Is it even safe to purchase MADE in China smartphone products after some news reports that COVID 19 will stay on glass surfaces?
anony, 15 Apr 2020I guess that 80% plunge in smartphone sales must be a lie. Who knew all those ppl breaking qua... morei believe it is true because i quite often check phones in
toaboa n i can see that new purchases have been made
im talking about old phones like honor 8 released back
in2016 so let alone those released in2019 or even2020
AnonD-908380, 15 Apr 2020Please translate, I don't speak troll.You have a serious problem.
AnonD-908380, 14 Apr 2020Anyone believing numbers reported by China is either naive or not very bright. This does not a... moreI guess that 80% plunge in smartphone sales must be a lie. Who knew all those ppl breaking quarantee were going after a phone.
Anonymous, 15 Apr 2020You have a serious problem.Please translate, I don't speak troll.
AnonD-908380, 14 Apr 2020You have a serious problem.You have a serious problem.
Mystic21, 14 Apr 2020You have a serious problem. You have a serious problem.
Anyone believing numbers reported by China is either naive or not very bright. This does not apply to smartphone shipments numbers only.
"new figure is still 20% below shipments levels from March 2019."
This is not due to low demand. This is partly due to low inventory as a result of February interruption, and partly due to delay of new smartphone launches. The sale volume also varies greatly for different brands. Xiaomi sold very well, and Honor sale volume was much higher than the same period of 2019. Huawei practically ran out of inventory for many of its models.