Lenovo Mobile moves up to number 2 in China

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This is the company?s highest market rank as of yet, according to the report from Sino Market Research Ltd. In the total mobile phone market, Lenovo Mobile?s market share increased by 1.2 percent in May, totaling 11 percent of the Chinese market. The figure moved the Lenovo brand up to number 2, from third place in May. In the smartphone market, market share increased by 2.5 percent in May, totaling a market share of 13.1 percent. The Lenovo smartphone is now ranked above other local brands, having come from fourth place in May. This jump has also made the distance from top-ranking Samsung closer with just a difference of 2.4 percentage points. “We are pleased with this development in China and we are looking forward to extending the same success globally and in the Philippines with our partnership with our exclusive distributor Open Communications, which is a subsidiary of one of the leading supply chain companies Tao Corporation,” said Xin Jun, manager for overseas department at Lenovo Mobile headquarters. “As the smartphone market in the Philippines exponentially increases by leaps and bounds, Open Communications is committed to further grow Lenovo Mobile by offering affordable yet cutting-edge devices, superior customer service, and relevant value-added services to give Filipinos an edge in their daily lives,” said John Rojo, business unit head at Open Communications. Recently, Lenovo Mobile has released a slew of Android phones that has captured the attention of Filipino smartphone buyers. It recently launched A65, a 3.5 inch entry level Android phone with an affordable price of P5,499. To complement the line-up, it also introduced P700, a 4-inch screen Ice Cream Sandwich powered Android which boasts of a 2500 mAh battery that promises much longer usage at a competitive price of P10,999. Rojo said that in the next coming months, Lenovo Mobile will introduce in the market more affordable priced phones targeting both entry level devices within or below the P5,000 price range and top-of-the-line devices which offer cutting-edge features targeting the professional and technologically savvy consumers at very competitive prices. “Our goal is to provide the majority of Filipino consumers to own a smartphone and give them an edge in their daily lives”, Rojo said. ]]>

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