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Market research firm TrendForce in a report said that the global smartphone production volume fell 11% to 1.25 billion units in 2020. And the most glaring change is the fall in Huawei’s market share.
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Net profits for Transsion, the Chinese smartphone maker, in the first three quarters of the year surged 732% year on year to RMB 1.3 billion (around $180 million), according to the company’s filing, while revenues continued to slow.Why it matters: This is the first quarterly earnings report released by the Shenzhen-based budget mobile phone seller since its listing on China’s tech-focused STAR Market in September.The surge in profit, however, was not driven by a corresponding surge in revenues, which rose a modest 6.7% year on year.The company profited from foreign currency futures purchased during the first five months of 2018 to hedge against the rapid devaluation of US dollars against the Chinese yuan.Details: Revenue growth during the three quarters ended Sept. 30 is slowing for the mobile phone maker, down significantly from 12.9% in 2018 and 72.2% in 2017, according to its prospectus filed in April.The company sold 16.6 million smartphones and 38.2 million function phones in the first two quarters, according to the filings.
Infinix might be an underdog in the Indian market ruled by heavyweights like Samsung and Xiaomi right now.However, this isn’t stopping the company from introducing some great products.The Transsion Holdings brand has debuted the Infinix S5.This handset brings a hole-punch display, a 32MP selfie camera, and more under the Rs 9,000 bracket in India for the first time.Coming to specifics, the Infinix S5 has a 6.6-inch HD+ display with a 90.5% screen-to-body ratio and a 20:9 aspect ratio.The hole-punch is home to a 32MP selfie shooter.
Two of Africa’s powerhouse tech incubators joined forces in September.Details are emerging on how the two entities will operate together, but Tijani noted some degree of autonomy.And iHub’s existing programs will remain, with CcHub extending to Kenya some of its existing activities in education, healthcare and governance.The acquisition brings together two of Africa’s most powerful tech hubs by membership networks, volume of programs, startups incubated and global visibility.Africa-focused tech talent accelerator Andela announced cuts of 400 junior engineers across Kenya, Uganda and Nigeria just as the startup released first-time earnings figures indicating it will surpass $50 million in revenues for 2019.On the disjointed news, Andela CEO told TechCrunch the layoffs were due to a shift in market demand for the startup’s more senior developers.
Transsion Holdings – the Chinese handset maker that recently got listed on China’s Nasdaq-style stock market has been slammed with a Lawsuit.The Lawsuit preferred against it by Huawei is that of an alleged intellectual property infringement.Huawei is reportedly claiming RMB 20 million from Transsion Holdings and five of its subsidiaries for patent right infringement.Details of the patent infringement aren’t yet in the open, but a local court in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen accepted the case against Transsion Holdings and five of its subsidiaries over alleged intellectual property infringement so we should be haring more about the case in the coming weeks.No official response from Huawei yet.However, Zhu Zhaojiang, chairman of Transsion, in his initial response told Chinese media Yicai on Monday that he believes “the law will bring a fair response” (our translation).
Transsion Holdings, the largest mobile phone vendor in Africa, priced its initial public offering (IPO) on Monday at RMB 35.15 (around $4.93) per share to raise RMB 2.8 billion on China’s Nasdaq-style tech board.Share prices for the Chinese smartphone maker opened 50.7% higher at RMB 53, valuing the company at RMB 42.4 billion (around $5.95 billion).Why it matters: The Shenzhen-based budget mobile phone seller has a strong presence in emerging markets such as Africa and India, but has been criticized for its weak research and development capabilities.The average selling price for Transsion smartphones was around $69 in 2018, and feature phones were priced as low as $9.8, according to the company’s prospectus.The company only spent 3.1% of revenue on research and development in 2018, according to company documents.Chinese telecom company Huawei sued Transsion just a week before it went public alleging intellectual property infringement.