Friday, May 1, 2009

ZTE leads Chinese mobile phone market first quarter 2009

ZTE, the Chinese leading telecommunications company sold over 10 million mobile phones in the first quarter of 2009, up 30% of the same time last year. Among which, CDMA mobile phones account for 1/4 of that total sales volume.

China Unicom began to place orders for its upcoming 3G WCDMA network release, and ZTE got half of that share. ZTE also had breakthroughs in China Mobile's bid last year for its first TD-SCDMA debut. As China came up with its 3G strategy, ZTE also had remarkable achievement in China Telecom's CDMA 2000 bid.

Nokia, Samsung, Sony Ericson and Motorola used to dominate China's cell phone market, but as China introduced its own 3G technology, the Chinese mobile companies began to acquire the market, and foreign mobile companies are no longer in favorable positions.

1 comment:

allan Gering said...

I agree with you. The continuous robustness and expansion of the international GSM market have driven ZTE Corp.'s volume shipment of GSM products in the first quarter of the year to grow by 100 percent compared to the same period last year, sustaining a strong growth momentum and within the company's annual sales target.
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