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Google will launch its brand new phone Pixel 2 within a few weeks

It is a big day for Tim Cook and Apple today. The most expensive iPhone you`ve ever bought will be launched and that is happening ten years after its first release of their iPhone. That was then in 2007, but now it is 2017 and iPhone 8.

But Apple wont be long in heaven before I introduce another new phone on the market. Googles new release of their new phone called Google Pixel 2. Google Pixel and Pixel XL were both launched in October last year, so Pixel 2 will be launched next month, October 2017.

 

 

It isnt the most innovative product I have seen so far, but what I have seen is only leaked cases. The Pixel line is new and its building on the new defunct Nexus range. Apples new phone will be expensive, but you shouldnt expect Pixel 2 to be any cheaper than the old one.

The old one from Google started at about $650, so it was already expensive.

Rumors tells us that the new Google phone will be a curved screen with a 5,6 inch 18:9 display and a 2,560 x 1,312 resolution. With its use of AMOLED it will be very similar to Samsung Galaxy S8. Further more, it is rumored it will be a Snapdragon 835 chipset for all three Pixel 2 handsets.

The competition in the phone market increase and search giant not only face big competition from Apple but also from Xiaomi and Huawei. The last one remains Chinas top smart phone brand and Xiaomis sales are still climbing.

Xiaomi shipped 15 million phones during the quarter to rank fourth in China. That`s a 60% rise from Q1 2017. Huawei shipped 23 million ahead of brother-sister companies Oppo (21 million) and Vivo (16 million). Apple completed the top 5, having been leapfrogged by Xiaomi.

Xiaomi is the opposite of Apple with its price-conscious consumers. CEO Lei Jun hailed Xiaomi`s resurgence this year, calling it this most recent quarter «a major inflection point in our growth.»

«After two years of internal recalibration Xiaomi is once again embarking on a rapid growth trajectory,» Lei Jun told the press. He added that the company is aiming to reach 100 million phone sales in 2018.

Competition from Oppo, Vivo, Xiaomi and Huawei are placing them all in the price-conscious to mid-range devices category. They are more likely to succeed in Asia than Google and Apple in the West.

 

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OPPO is growing much faster than its competitors

I remember the first day I bought my first mobile phone. It was in 1992. It was a big black phone and that beast was three times bigger than an ordinary Apple phone. After a few minutes in my conversation, the battery was flat, and I spent hours to fill it up again.

It didn`t take long before I bought a new one; Ericsson from Sweden. Once one of the greatest in the world. I changed the phone onece again, and this time to Nokia from Finland. Also one of the greatest in the world.

 

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Both, Ericsson and Nokia are falling stars. The Americans came into the market and Apple started to rule the world. Not only that. In a short period of time, they became the biggest company in the world. But how is it now?

There is no doubt that China is the largest smartphone market in the world, and Apple is not at the top three. Smartphone shipments in Q2 amounted for 111,2 million units, and top thee vendors in China accounted for 47% of total shipments.

Who are at the top three? Is it Ericsson? Nokia? Or Apple? No, none of them are at the top three. The biggest names are Chineese brands like Huawei, OPPO and Vivo. Its a surprice to see that Apple are fifth in this important market. Its a bigger surpise to see Samsung below top five.

Its a big market, but its also a very important market, and Its also a big surprise to see the low cost company Xiaomi has dropped down about 40%. Its obviously tough for them to grow in the market with so many aggressive competitors.

OPPO is one of the greatest. Up over +124%. The company is founded in 2004 and the brand is a Chinese electronics manufacturer based in Dongguan, Guangdong.

OPPO Digital is based in Mountain View, California, Unitted States. It is known for its universal upconverting DVD and Blu-ray Disc players. Its first product was the OPPO OPDV981H Up-Converting Universal DVD Player.

OPPO entered the mobile market in 2008.

Last year, OPPO signed an agreement with FC Barcelona to become an official partner of the Spanish football club. OPPO has become a stiff competitor in the Chinese market, which is growing faster than any other mobile company.

 

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Telefonica are expanding – profit falls – shares tumble

 

Telefonica`s Q1 earnings missed analysts expectations. Net profit slumped 23%, down to $957,5M. Revenue fell 14% to €12,2B. Sales in Spain are dropping down -8,2%. In Germany the sales are dropping down 8,8%, and in the U.K -0,3%.

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Telefonica has two-third of its customers in Latin America and their revenue plunged -18% in Brazil and -13% in the rest of the region. Operating income (OIBDA) dropped -14% to €3,93B. Shares are down -3% in Madrid.

 

They try to expand and has reached a deal to buy Spanich media giant Prisa`s 56% stake in pay-TV provider Canal+ for €725M ($1 B). Their stake will increase to 78%. The mobile service demand is declining.

 

Canal+ owns lucrative soccer broadcasting rights which is good for Telefonica. The deal could pave the way for them to include Canal+ offerings in phone/TV/broadband bundles. Telefonica is also waiting for regulators to sign off on its $11,9B deal to acquire German carrier E-Plus.

 

Regulators are worried about diminished competition because the deal will lower the number of German mobile network owners to three, and that is Telefonica, Deutsche Telecom and Vodafone. As the French government say, there is a growing willingness among continental regulators to support a measure of consolidation.

 

They hope that merging weaker players will create entities more willing to make big network investments. The EU plans to rule on Telefonica/E-Plus next month (June 23). Telefonica hopes to sign the deal in Q2.

 

This business need to thing different. Getting paid for phone calls and messages are out. Its only internet access left and its all about price. This industry has a huge potential for growing business, but the fact is that they don`t know it themself.

 

 

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