Smartphone việt nam, tin tức mới nhất ví dụ thực tế này chứng minh vsmart hoàn toàn "có cửa" ngay trên đất mỹ

Employees assist customers at a service counter in a Thegioididong.com store, operated by mobile ... <+> World Investment Corp., in Ho Chi Minc City, Vietnam giới, on Sunday, June 10, 2018. When Mobile World Chairman Nguyen Duc Tai, the son of a street vendor, said he was going to lớn revolutionize Vietnam"s điện thoại phone industry, few people gave it a second thought. But he was true to lớn this word. His mobile World became the country"s top seller of Smartphone phones and one of the biggest listed stocks. Photographer: Maika Elan/Bloomberg

Made-in-Vietphái nam phones make sense economically. The country dependent on factory work for the past 30 years is moving up the value chain inkhổng lồ electronics. điện thoại cảm ứng thông minh developer Samsung Electronics has invested $17.3 billion in Vietnam-based factories, for example. Public schools emphasize science. University graduates who work for a foreign tech firm will know all the more about how lớn make a phone.

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Vietnamese companies have sầu come out with a menu of their own phones, mostly cheaper Android models. The QPhone & BPhone were among the first. Now a subsidiary of the Ho Chi Minc City-based conglomerate Vingroup is selling a brvà of handmix called the Vsmart for about $100.

Trouble is, most Vietnamese don’t buy phones developed in their homelvà because they can get more recognized foreign brands for around the same prices.

Foreign brands hold higher status than local equivalents, says Maxfield Brown, senior associate with the business consultancy Dezan Shira và Associates in Ho Chi Minch City. “The trajectory for consumer dem& in Vietnam for electronics is currently trending toward an interest in international products & I would expect it khổng lồ continue as consumer spending rises,” he says. Wages are rising in Vietphái mạnh though still as low as $171 a month.


Brief history of made-in-Vietnam giới phones

Vietnamese tech firm Bkav Corp. developed some of Vietnam’s first smartphones in 2017. Its Bphone and Bphone 2 models got poor review, news website việt nam net Bridge reports. They sold a combined 12,000 units, the news outlet says. Company CEO Nguyen Tu Quang acknowledged losses but described a vision lớn become the “Apple or Samsung of Vietnam giới.”

The $314 Bphone 3 released last year won praise aước ao experts for its processing tốc độ & water resistance, the October news report says.

However, electronics stores in a busy section of downtown Ho Chi Minh City weren’t carrying any Bphones earlier in the month. Vendors said they didn’t know where a shopper would find one. Vietnamese firms Masstel và Mobiistar have launched phones, too. But phones by foreign brands such as Oppo, Samsung và Sony turn up more often today in the downtown electronics stores.


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Home-grown smartphones made up no more than 1% of the total sold in Vietphái mạnh this past quarter, says Thanh Vo, senior market analyst with the tech research firm IDC. That figure had hit 5% over the previous 15 months. Samsung has a 42.8% mô tả of Vietnam’s smartphone market, followed by Oppo at 23.2% & Xiaongươi at 6.5%, the IDC analyst says.

The Vingroup subsidiary VinSmart aims lớn turn those stats around. Since 2017, it has sold about 300,000 Vsmart smartphones across 5,200 stores. Its existing factory can produce 25 million per year and it’s building another that can hóa trang to 100 million, Vingroup’s investor relations office says for this report. Some could kết thúc up overseas.

Vsmart had signed a khuyến mãi in July with BQ of Spain khổng lồ start selling four điện thoại thông minh models under the Vsmart br& in December, the Vietnam giới Investment review reports. Quality will matter, Vingroup’s IR office says. “Vsmart is following the strategy of diversifying hàng hóa lines in different market segments, focusing on the higher quality of the product than others in the same segment,” it says.

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Vingroup, chaired by Vietnam’s richest person Psay mê Nhat Vuong, posted 2018 revenue of VND122 trillion ($5.26 billion) & a VND6.2 trillion profit.

“Vingroup is an interesting company,” says Mike Lynch, managing director with SSI Institutional Brokerage in Ho Chi Minc City. “If they want khổng lồ get inlớn something, they’ll get into it. He describes Vsmart phones as based on a technically acceptable Chinese “reference design” for local manufacturing. “I wouldn’t be averse to lớn buying one of their phones,” Lynch says.

Newly moneyed consumers want a shot at foreign brands first

Analysts in Vietnam liken the pro-foreign-br& điện thoại thông minh trkết thúc in Vietnam lớn one that Chinese that consumers started two decades ago as their income rose. They went first for foreign food, wine & electronics, Brown says, but later swung baông chồng lớn domestic brands. Chinese consumers still buy foreign goods they consider khổng lồ be of higher chất lượng and not counterfeit, Practical Ecommerce magazine reports. But where chất lượng is more certain, Chinese consumers may show patriotism by shopping local. Chinese điện thoại thông minh developers Huawei, Oppo & Xiaomi sell largely lớn the domestic market.

“I can see something similar happening in Vietnam,” Brown says. “I would expect to see a trkết thúc bachồng khổng lồ domestic products as consumers begin khổng lồ rally around national sentiment.”

The dominant foreign điện thoại thông minh brands also sell at prices low enough khổng lồ keep money-conscious Vietnamese consumers buying. Consumers “prefer the price rather than the origin of brands,” Thanh Vo says. “It means that if the br& can offer the cheapest price for a good unique, they will be purchased.” Shoppers are looking for unique in the battery, camera, screen và operating system, he adds.

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As a news reporter I have covered some of everything since 1988, from my alma mater U.C. Berkeley khổng lồ the Great Hall of the People in Beijing where I followed Communist officials for the Japanese news agency Kyobởi. Stationed in Taipei since 2006, I trachồng Taiwanese companies & local economic trends that resonate offshore. At Reuters through 2010, I looked intensely at the island’s awkward relations with Trung Quốc. More recently, I’ve sầu studied high-tech trends in greater China và expanded my overall news coverage khổng lồ surrounding Asia.


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