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All five mobile phone models with the highest average internet connection speed in Vietnam in Q1 2022 were Apple products.
Vietnam’s big retailer Mobile World has announced that its TopZone chain will sell Apple products only.
More than 54 million mobile phones were produced in Vietnam in the first three months of 2021. The phone and phone component industry also earned revenue of over US$14 billion in the same period.
Nearly 60 million mobile phone subscribers in Vietnam are using only voice and message services reported the Vietnam Telecommunications Authority (VNTA) under the Ministry of Information and Communications.
The impressive growth of Vsmart, a Vietnamese brand, was the highlight of the Vietnamese smartphone market in 2020.
Around 22 million subscribers out of total 130 million mobile phone subscribers in Vietnam use 2G, according to the Authority of Telecommunications (AOT).
This is Google’s latest smartphone model, which was first introduced to the market in early August after multiple delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Digiworld Corporation has embarked on strategic cooperation with Apple, though purchasing power in Vietnam is showing signs of slowdown.
Google and Microsoft are accelerating efforts to shift production from China to Southeast Asian countries, including Vietnam, amid the worsening novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) outbreak, the Nikkei Asian Review reported.
Around 50% of Samsung's smartphones and tablets are produced in Vietnam and exported to 128 countries and territories.
The expansion of Foxconn's investment in Vietnam may lead to the eventual production of iPhones in the country.
Four smartphones produced by VinSmart, a subsidiary of Vietnamese property and retail conglomerate Vingroup, have officially hit stores in Russia.
Forest management officials in the northern mountainous province of Tuyen Quang are now using a forest fire-warning software on their smartphones as part of fire-prevention and efficiency measures.
Many families are relying on smartphones to educate their children, but this is inadvisable, experts say.