VN84App, a spyware capable of penetrating smartphones and stealing personal user data, has emerged in Vietnam.
iPhone XS Max 64 GB was the best selling high-end mobile phone model in July, accounting for 16.5 percent of market share, according to GfK.
Samsung has affirmed that it will continue us to choose Vietnam as its biggest production base, from which Samsung’s mobile phones will go to the world market.
In Vietnam, Nhat Cuong and other chains belong to the second-tier group of distributors which sell both official and unofficial imported products, the two segments in the Vietnamese distribution market.
Many families are relying on smartphones to educate their children, but this is inadvisable, experts say.
A mobile application was launched by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources of Ho Chi Minh City on June 21 to teach people how to classify solid waste at home.
A baggage handler was arrested at Tan Son Nhat International Airport in Ho Chi Minh City on April 5 for stealing two smartphones from passengers.
As of October 3, smartphones can be used as a tool for Ho Chi Minh City consumers to check a products place of origin when shopping for eggs and poultry in District 1’s Ben Thanh Market.
The Ho Chi Minh City Department of Transport has launched an online information-sharing platform, allowing commuters to monitor traffic in real time and report congestion or other infrastructure incidents to authorities via their smartphones.
Ten out of every one thousand smartphones sold worldwide in the first quarter of 2017 were to Vietnamese users, who collective spent nearly VND20 trillion on the hi-tech devices, two separate reports show.
A representative from Samsung Vietnam said its factories in Vietnam provide 50 percent of all the Galaxy S8/S8 Plus smartphones sold internationally.
The company doesn't want to pay tax twice for sending out replacement phones.
A company collected over VND230 billion (over US$10 million) through service message charges from 94,000 mobile service users in Vietnam over two years, but the customers did not know about it.
The average price of smartphones sold in Vietnam is VND5 million, higher than last year’s price of VND4.2 million.
About half the mobile phone users in Vietnam, Indonesia, and the Philippines still use non-"smart" devices, or feature phones, while all other countries in the Asia Pacific (APAC) and Oceania are making a clear and rapid transition to smartphones, according to a study by Opera Mediaworks and the Mobile Marketing Association (MMA).
The sales of iPad in the Vietnamese market have declined, even though they are competitive with other rival brands and have high quality.
US-based chipmaker Intel Corporation will relocate a part of its production facility in Malaysia to Vietnam as well as China in an effort to cut labor costs, according to government website chinhphu.vn.
A total of 28.7 million mobile phones were imported to Vietnam last year, 13% more than in 2013, according to the International Data Corporation's Asia/Pacific Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker.
Vietnam is expected to start developing 4G services by the end of 2015, experts believe, adding that the services will ensure competitiveness and enjoy widespread popularity.
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