The Rise Of The Chinese Smartphone Manufacturer

Transition from cell phone to smartphone in recent years, you can recognize valuable players of electronic manufacturers – Samsung and Apple. Although the first smartphone, known as IBM Simon, was manufactured for two decades, the smartphone was as we know it was introduced in more acceptable form years later by US technology giant Apple and South Korean manufacturer Samsung. They hire the smartphone market for some time with other well-known companies like Sony, LG and Nokia. But it was before the years came the Chinese dragons into the smartphone market. Today, it is a completely different scenario where Chinese smartphone manufacturers have taken a significant part back.

The Chinese smartphone brand, Xiaomi, has recently become the third largest mobile phone company in the world for some time before another Chinese brand Lenovo hit the spot. Xiaomi offers some very cheap handsets with the latest and latest mobile specification packed inside.

Another wonder story is from the beginning of OnePlus, which was founded by former employees of another Chinese company: Oppo. OnePlus has seen great success shortly with its bills: OnePlus One. The device was launched last year with the mark of the line: The Flagship Killer. With 5.5 inch screens, Snapdragon 801 chipset, Adreno 330 GPU and 13 megapixel camera, it survived excessively on the mark. It was first offered on an invitation basis which seemed boring and annoying at first but it made somehow difficult to own a more desirable one. Now the smartphone sells like hot cakes, not only in China but in America, the UK and other Asian countries.

The popularity of these brands can also be attributed to the fact that they have become a precursor when it comes to innovation. Oppo is one such brand that was the first to put a spin camera on its N1 smartphone. The new concept of a spin-off camera on smartphone was introduced in the same year that the word selfie was called Oxford Dictionaries word of the year. The N1 rotating camera allows shutterbugs to shoot both back and front images with the same 13 mega pixel camera.

Dongguan is based on Vivo, also gained new results when it launched its X5 Max smartphone flaunting only 4.75 mm thin body. It broke records from the previous Chinese smartphone Gionee Elife S5.1 and the Oppo R5 with a 4.85 mm smooth chassis. Sometimes these companies have created a great buzz in the world of latest smartphone news.

The smartphones are not only affordable and charming in style, but they are also complete with smart features, no less than iPhone. The smartphone market is at the beginning of demand for valuable and yet stylish smartphones that these Chinese manufacturers can offer. But can they receive Samsung and Apple? Well, not at the moment that the two giants are still dominant supreme.

Source by Roopkatha Dasgupta

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