Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Manh Hung and Minister of Science and Technology Chu Ngoc Anh recently conducted the first trial video call on its 5G network at a meeting with Vietnam’s largest telecommunication company Viettel.
Xiaomi takes over third place from Huawei in second quarter as top 2 remain unchanged.
The targeted companies include Samsung Vietnam, Grab, Sun Group, Yamaha, Shopee, VNG, Huawei Vietnam, among others.
Analysts of VnDirect Securities believe that the ban would have big impact on the Chinese telecom equipment manufacturer, but the Vietnamese smartphone market will not be affected much.
Huawei holds only a small share in Vietnam’s market, approximately 4%, equal to VND2.7 trillion (US$113 million) in 2018.
Chinese smartphone players have quickly gained market share in Vietnam by offering innovative products at competitive prices.
The arrival of China-based mobile manufacturers, including Oppo, Huawei, Xiaomi, and Vivo into the mid-end smart phone market in Vietnam has made giants like Sony and Microsoft to withdraw from the market.
Vietnam’s crowded smartphone market has just became even more cut-throat with the arrival of Huawei Group’s Honor, which debuted recently. The brand also announced strategic collaborations with Vietnamese partners.
As the competition in the domestic retail market heats up, big Vietnamese-owned retail chains are considering neighboring markets like Myanmar, Laos and Cambodia.
VOV.VN - Huawei Technologies Co., a Chinese leading ICT global company, is partnering with the Vietnam government to provide ICT training for public and private sector personnel to promote more efficient services to the public.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc hailed the contributions of Chinese Huawei Group to Vietnam’s information technology development during a meeting with Chairwoman of the group Sun Yafang in Hanoi on February 15.
(VOV) - Twelve Vietnamese students have arrived in China to participate in a two week study tour of Huawei facilities in Beijing and Shenzhen and gain some insight into Chinese culture.
(VOV) - Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong and his high-level delegation on April 9 left Beijing for Yunnan province as part of their activities during the China visit from April 7-10.
Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong on October 14 visited Shenzhen city as part of his official visit to China.