News – Mobile News Online http://www.mobilenewscwp.co.uk The UK's leading mobile communication industry news site Fri, 28 Apr 2017 15:15:49 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.7.4 IDC: Smartphone market gains steam in Q1 http://www.mobilenewscwp.co.uk/2017/04/28/idc-smartphone-market-gains-steam-q1/ http://www.mobilenewscwp.co.uk/2017/04/28/idc-smartphone-market-gains-steam-q1/#respond Fri, 28 Apr 2017 15:15:49 +0000 http://www.mobilenewscwp.co.uk/?p=67080 Apple and Samsung lose market share year-on-year while Chinese vendors rose Global smartphone shipments increased year-on-year by 4.3 per cent in Q1 2017 shipping 347.4 million devices, an increase of around 15 million. This is according to analyst firm IDC and its quarterly mobile report released today April 28. Samsung regained its position as number one in

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Apple and Samsung lose market share year-on-year while Chinese vendors rose

Global smartphone shipments increased year-on-year by 4.3 per cent in Q1 2017 shipping 347.4 million devices, an increase of around 15 million.

This is according to analyst firm IDC and its quarterly mobile report released today April 28.

Samsung regained its position as number one in the world dethroning Apple, taking 22.8 per cent, while the a American firm recorded 14.9 per cent.

However, compared to last year both companies saw market share losses, Samsung had 23.8 per cent and Apple 15.4 per cent market share.

The Korean manufacturer may be back on top but it saw flat growth. Apple’s placement in second saw it ship 51.6 million, compared to 51.2 million in Q1 2016.

Land of the rising sun

Chinese vendors Huawei, Oppo and Vivo saw market share rises. Huawei almost hit double figures with 9.8 per cent from 8.4 per cent in the same quarter last year. With the P10 and P10 Plus releasing soon he figure could rise, but it faces competition from rivals such as Samsung who released the S8 today (April 28).

Oppo took 7.4 per cent market share, up from 5.9 per cent shipping 25.6 million units. Vivo recorded 5.2 per cent market share, rising from 4.4 per cent and shifting 18.1 million smartphones.

Oppo and Vivo occupied fourth and fifth last year forcing Lenovo and Xiaomi out of the top five.

Growth still exists

IDC program vice president Ryan Reith said: “The first quarter smartphone results further prove that the smartphone industry is not dead and that growth still exists.

“There is no question that 2016 was a pivotal year for the industry as growth dipped to low single digits for the first time. However, we believe the industry will show some rebound in 2017, and the strong first quarter results certainly support this argument.”

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Samsung Galaxy S8 hits UK stores http://www.mobilenewscwp.co.uk/2017/04/28/s8-available-swap-plan-sky/ http://www.mobilenewscwp.co.uk/2017/04/28/s8-available-swap-plan-sky/#respond Fri, 28 Apr 2017 11:07:51 +0000 http://www.mobilenewscwp.co.uk/?p=67072 The device is available nationwide in store at Carphone Warehouse, Vodafone, O2, EE and Three. The latest iteration of the Samsung Galaxy S series in now available in store nationwide. The Galaxy S8 is on sale in Carphone Warehouse, EE, Vodafone, O2 and Three stores from today. Pre-orders directly to Samsung have exceeded that of the

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The device is available nationwide in store at Carphone Warehouse, Vodafone, O2, EE and Three.

The latest iteration of the Samsung Galaxy S series in now available in store nationwide.

The Galaxy S8 is on sale in Carphone Warehouse, EE, Vodafone, O2 and Three stores from today.

Pre-orders directly to Samsung have exceeded that of the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge with EE also announcing that the S8 and S8+ is the most anticipated Android smartphone the operator has ever offered.

The device features a curved infinity display as well as ‘Bixby’, the first intelligent assistant from Samsung and the ability to unlock the devise by holding it up thanks to and iris scanner on the front of the device.

The latest iteration of the Samsung Galaxy S series is also available from Sky under the ‘Swap12’ plan which allows users to swap their device after 12 months of use, meaning that they will be able to get the S9 when it comes out next year straight away.

Samsung UK vice president of IT & Mobile Conor Pierce said: “We are absolutely delighted with the response to the new Galaxy S8 and S8+ int he UK and Ireland.

“Pre-order numbers are up more than 40 per cent compared to last year’s Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, making this our best ever pre-order phase for a Samsung Mobile device.”

Samsung have also opened pre-orders for the Gear 360 for consumers in the UK which can record 360 degrees in 4k resolution and stream the recording live.

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LG G6 available across all major networks http://www.mobilenewscwp.co.uk/2017/04/28/lg-g6-now-available-uk/ http://www.mobilenewscwp.co.uk/2017/04/28/lg-g6-now-available-uk/#respond Fri, 28 Apr 2017 10:48:38 +0000 http://www.mobilenewscwp.co.uk/?p=67067 It will retail pre-paid for £649.99  The LG G6 has gone on sale today (April 28) nationwide across all four major networks and Carphone Warehouse. Customers can pick up the G6 on pre-paid from Carphone for £649.99. Through an EE contract customers will receive 5GB of data, unlimited minutes and text, for £40.99 per month and £29.99 upfront.

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It will retail pre-paid for £649.99 

The LG G6 has gone on sale today (April 28) nationwide across all four major networks and Carphone Warehouse.

Customers can pick up the G6 on pre-paid from Carphone for £649.99. Through an EE contract customers will receive 5GB of data, unlimited minutes and text, for £40.99 per month and £29.99 upfront. 500MB of roaming data is available and six months free Apple Music.

EE’s best selling plan with the G6 includes 5GB of data, unlimited minutes and text, for £45.99 per month and £9.99 upfront. Subscribers will get the BT Sport app free for three months and 500MB of roaming data.

O2 is selling the G6 with 3GB of data, unlimited minutes and text, for £46 per month and £9.99 upfront. Users also receive free O2 Wi-Fi, daily offers with O2 Priority and TU Go (Wi-Fi calling).

Three offers the G6 with 12GB of data, unlimited minutes and text, for £45 per month with £49.99 per month. The plan includes 12GB of personal hotspot and Feel at Home, Three’s roaming scheme.

Vodafone delivers the G6 with 4GB of data, unlimited minutes and text, for £46 per month and £30 upfront. Vodafone Global Roaming is also included, users can use their tariffs in 40 countries.

 

 

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MPD: The re-release of Nokia 3310 looks set to be worth all of the hype http://www.mobilenewscwp.co.uk/2017/04/28/mpd-re-release-nokia-3310-looks-set-worth-hype/ http://www.mobilenewscwp.co.uk/2017/04/28/mpd-re-release-nokia-3310-looks-set-worth-hype/#respond Fri, 28 Apr 2017 09:39:09 +0000 http://www.mobilenewscwp.co.uk/?p=67069 Mobile Phones Direct chief marketing officer Chris Liveing anticipates the release of the handset driving success for the manufacturer

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Mobile Phones Direct chief marketing officer Chris Liveing anticipates the release of the handset driving success for the manufacturer

The Nokia 3310 was among the most popular feature phones of the early millennium. It became one of the most sought-after mobile handsets ever and established itself in the history books for having sold 126 million handsets worldwide since its release in the year 2000.

Perhaps it’s unsurprising then that since the news broke of the re-release at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona from March, the media have covered everything: from the latest rumours to its precise specifications.

Upturn in purchases

It’s hoped that the release of the Nokia 3310, which was released by HMD Global – the company with the rights to market phones under the Nokia brand – will help increase the Finnish manufacturer’s sales.

Data from Mobile Phones Direct shows that Nokia sales only accounted for around one per cent of phones sold through our website this year.

Despite this, many believe the re-release will mark an upturn in UK purchases.

The phone gave us everything we wanted before applications came into our lives and became mainstream.

It also brought us Snake, one of the most iconic and addictive games of all time. However, is it worth all of the hype that the media is generating?

The re-release has brought us a modern and updated version of the retro handset, rather than a carbon copy of the original version. Indeed, the phone is marketed as more of a back-up phone rather than a primary phone.

Handy features

Nokia understands the demand for a secondary reliable, disposable phone with less value. Recent research has shown that just over half (55 per cent) of UK mobile users currently insure their phones against theft, damage and loss.

The new 3310 is rumoured to be retailed for around £50. This would make it around £80 cheaper than the original selling price of £129.99 from its initial release 17 years ago.

For this price, you can get some handy new features including a two megapixel rear camera, a headphone jack, 2G connectivity and up to 32GB of internal memory.

The global media are all lapping up the re-release, so it’s only natural that concerns exist as to whether the phone will actually live up to the high expectations.

Regardless of this, the 3310 is a good phone which serves the purpose of being able to call and text, and the low price point won’t break the bank.

Lack of functions

That said, there is one issue which could potentially put off the younger demographic, and that is the lack of the functions that smartphone users have grown so accustomed to over recent years.

Although 2G connectivity will allow users to browse the internet (albeit very slowly)
there is no integrated applications store.

This means that those customers looking to navigate Facebook and Twitter will be disappointed.

Success for Nokia

So going back to the original question – will the Nokia 3310 handset re-release live up to the hype? The consumers have the answer here.

However due to the popularity of the phone prior to the re-release and the extensive media coverage it is receiving, we anticipate that there is certainly success on the horizon for Nokia.

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Samsung’s mobile business struggles in Q1 http://www.mobilenewscwp.co.uk/2017/04/27/samsungs-mobile-business-struggles-q1/ http://www.mobilenewscwp.co.uk/2017/04/27/samsungs-mobile-business-struggles-q1/#respond Thu, 27 Apr 2017 09:41:58 +0000 http://www.mobilenewscwp.co.uk/?p=67057 Manufacturer acknowledges tough market and expects flat second quarter, but announces plans to release new Note device

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Manufacturer acknowledges tough market and expects flat second quarter, but announces plans to release new Note device

Samsung’s mobile division struggled in Q1, predominantly as a result of decreased Galaxy S7 shipments and a lower average selling price (ASP).

Sales for the first three months declined 17 per cent year-on-year to KRW22.47 trillion (£15.36 billion), while operating profit was down in its IT and mobile division was KRW2.07 trillion (£1.41) compared to KRW3.89 trillion (£2.66 billion) a year ago.

Samsung attributed the decline in its earnings to a decrease in Galaxy S7 shipments and ASP, but said overall smartphone shipments had increased on a quarterly basis due to the release of devices such as the Galaxy A 2017 edition.

However, it is still expecting smartphone and tablet demand to remain flat across the market in Q2.

Samsung is forecasting an improvement in revenue and operating profit due to the release of the flagship Galaxy S8 smartphone, which is released across the UK tomorrow (April 28), with a focus on “early global expansion and rich marketing activities”.

However, it expects overall smartphone shipments to be flat quarter-on-quarter due to decreased sales of mid to low-end products.

Improvements ahead

For the remainder of 2017, Samsung said it is forecasting a year-on-year improvement in smartphone sales and earnings.

In the high-end segment, it will focus on increasing flagship product shipments, with the continued global expansion of the S8 and the release of a new Note model in the second half of the year.

The comes following an announcement by Samsung on April 28 that it is planning to refurbish the 2.5 million recalled Galaxy Note7 devices after a battery fault caused some to catch fire.

If added that if demand is present, with agreement from local authorities and operators, Samsung said it may resell the Note7.

 

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Selfridges range BlackBerry KEYone exclusively http://www.mobilenewscwp.co.uk/2017/04/27/selfridges-range-blackberry-keyone-exclusively/ http://www.mobilenewscwp.co.uk/2017/04/27/selfridges-range-blackberry-keyone-exclusively/#respond Thu, 27 Apr 2017 09:26:51 +0000 http://www.mobilenewscwp.co.uk/?p=67054 Smartphone will be available in Selfridge’s home and tech department for £499 exclusively for a limited time BlackBerry launched the KEYone smartphone today (April 27) at Selfridges in London. It will be exclusive to the department store for a limited time. Consumers can purchase the device in Selfridge’s home and tech department for £499. The exclusivity deal will come to

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Smartphone will be available in Selfridge’s home and tech department for £499 exclusively for a limited time

BlackBerry launched the KEYone smartphone today (April 27) at Selfridges in London. It will be exclusive to the department store for a limited time.

Consumers can purchase the device in Selfridge’s home and tech department for £499. The exclusivity deal will come to an end on May 5, with Carphone Warehouse selling the KEYone from then.

Carphone opened up pre-orders for the KEYone on April 20.

Vodafone has confirmed ranging the KEYone, prices to be confirmed.

It is the third BlackBerry device to be manufactured by TCL Communication, who also make devices under the Alcatel brand. BlackBerry entered a licensing agreement with TCL in December 2016.

Speaking at the launch today, BlackBerry Mobile UK manager Johnathan Young said:  “Selfridges, voted world’s best department store three times consecutively have been a longtime supporter of BlackBerry. Our retail strategy is to be where our customers are and, as a multichannel retailer dealing in the premium end of the market, Selfridges reflects BlackBerry KEYone’s identity in the smartphone market.”

Specs

The KEYone features a standout physical keyboard with touch features embedded. It’s housed in an aluminium chassis alongside a 4.5-inch 1080p display, made from Gorilla Glass 4.

Bolted on the back is a 12MP rear camera, with 8MP on the front.

It is powered by a 2.0GHz octa-core processor (Snapdragon 625), Adreno 506 GPU and complimented with 3GB of RAM.

Storage is expandable by 256GB via microSD and is also nano-SIM compatible. BlackBerry boasts 26 hours of battery life with mixed use, due to its 3,505mAh battery.

Android 7.1 Nougat will run straight form the box, and comes with BlackBerry Hub. Hub allows users to view texts, emails and social media messages from one location without having to switch apps.

It also comes with BlackBerry’s DTEK security software which monitors the operating system and apps, notifying owners when their privacy is at risk.

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O2 embarks on apprentice recruitment drive http://www.mobilenewscwp.co.uk/2017/04/27/o2-embarks-apprentice-recruitment-drive/ http://www.mobilenewscwp.co.uk/2017/04/27/o2-embarks-apprentice-recruitment-drive/#respond Wed, 26 Apr 2017 23:01:09 +0000 http://www.mobilenewscwp.co.uk/?p=67003 Applications opened today roles begin on September 18 for a two year duration O2 has today (April 27) opened 41 apprentice roles across the UK in a recruitment drive. The roles will be across a range of the network’s business in Slough, Leeds, London and Uxbridge. Successful applicants will be offered roles in sales, digital, marketing, finance, operations, HR as well as

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Applications opened today roles begin on September 18 for a two year duration

O2 has today (April 27) opened 41 apprentice roles across the UK in a recruitment drive.

The roles will be across a range of the network’s business in Slough, Leeds, London and Uxbridge.

Successful applicants will be offered roles in sales, digital, marketing, finance, operations, HR as well as within O2’s MVNO GiffGaff. All roles begin on September 18, 2017.

Applicants will be awarded qualifications upon completion of the two year apprenticeship in: technology, digital marketing, project management, data analytics, business administration and accounting.

Qualification accreditations include: CIMA level four (accounting and finance), data and analytics level four, digital marketing level three and four.

Levels three and four are A-Level standard while levels four to six are degree equivalent. Apprentices will be given full time roles once qualifications are attained.

Calls for more apprentices

O2 human resources director Ann Pickering said: “At O2, we understand the value that apprentices bring to our teams with their natural digital skills, unparalleled creativity, and fresh perspectives.

“This year we have expanded the scheme across a broad variety of roles, ranging from digital marketing to accountancy; offering more options to our applicants than ever before, whilst answering calls from across the business for more apprentices.

 “Ultimately, we recruit for attitude and train for skill so we want to bring people into the business who are ambitious and above all excited about a career in digital. If aspiring apprentices can make that enthusiasm and passion shine in their applications, they’ll be off to a good start.”

 

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Brightstar appoints Nazish Dossa as new UK managing director http://www.mobilenewscwp.co.uk/2017/04/26/brightstar-appoints-nazish-dossa-new-uk-managing-director/ http://www.mobilenewscwp.co.uk/2017/04/26/brightstar-appoints-nazish-dossa-new-uk-managing-director/#respond Wed, 26 Apr 2017 15:30:58 +0000 http://www.mobilenewscwp.co.uk/?p=67037 He will join in July and replace Jim Michel, who left the business at the end of last year

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He will join in July and replace Jim Michel, who left the business at the end of last year

Brightstar has appointed Nazish Dossa as its new UK managing director. He will join the mobile services provider in early July.

Dossa comes with more than 20 years of specialist leadership within telecoms, networks and IT sectors.

Most recently, he joined Capita IT enterprise Services in April 2016, holding the roles of chief sales and marketing officer, followed by managing director of network and connectivity.

Prior to that, he spent 15 years at COLT Telecom where he held a number of senior commercial and leadership roles, including vice president of sales and capital markets.

He will replace Jim Michel, who left the business in December after leading the UK division for more than three years.

 

Knowledge and experience

Brightstar EMEA president Benoit Scheen said: “The UK and Ireland is a key market for Brightstar and his knowledge and experience of delivering complex but transformational solutions for clients is perfectly aligned with our growth plans.

“I look forward to working with Nazish as we grow and expand our business with our partners.”

Dossa added: “Brightstar has a unique position in the market and the opportunity for us to work with our customers to add value to their businesses is extremely exciting.

“Brightstar not only offers a unique service portfolio to the mobile market, it also has the scale and support of a global organisation to deliver.”

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Exclusive: Westcoast aiming to be the UK largest B2B hardware distributor by 2020 http://www.mobilenewscwp.co.uk/2017/04/26/exclusive-westcoast-aiming-uk-largest-b2b-hardware-distributor-2020/ http://www.mobilenewscwp.co.uk/2017/04/26/exclusive-westcoast-aiming-uk-largest-b2b-hardware-distributor-2020/#respond Wed, 26 Apr 2017 12:13:13 +0000 http://www.mobilenewscwp.co.uk/?p=67043 MD Alex Tatham believes its selective focus on vendor partners and its smaller size will help it succeed

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MD Alex Tatham believes its selective focus on vendor partners and its smaller size will help it succeed

Westcoast claims it can become the largest B2B hardware distributor in the UK by 2020 after achieving a targeted £4 billion turnover.

The plan was revealed to Mobile News by the company’s managing director Alex Tatham (pictured) as he discussed Westcoast’s ambitions. More than £1.9 billion turnover was achieved by the whole group in 2016, up from £1.6 billion at the end of 2015. It aims to boost revenue to more than £2.4 billion by January 2018.

Westcoast was established in 1984 as an IT distributor before setting up its mobile distribution arm nearly two years ago. Tatham revealed the firm took in mobile revenues of £100 million throughout 2016, with an aim to double this by the end of the year. It had more than a million hardware shipments.

The business currently operates directly with six main manufacturers: Apple, Samsung, Hitachi, HP, Lenovo and Toshiba. In comparison, rivals Exertis, Tech Data and Ingram work with a combined total of over 400. However, Tatham claimed Westcoast’s selective focus on vendor partners and its smaller size will help it succeed.

Growth ambitions

“We are acquisitive, but not as much as our rivals. Giants like Ingram might own all these other businesses, but it slows them down.

“They have a lot of different teams to deal with as a result. We’re a large business, but able to offer a much more personal touch and that will help us continue to be successful.

“We are a volume distribution business, but we are not a broad line business in the sense of selling from hundreds of vendors like our competitors. Our people know what they’re talking about because we train them very hard on key products. If you have 400 vendors, there’s a lot of information to process.

“Mobile has been one of our biggest growth areas [and it] is coming from just about everywhere. Our numbers look very achievable.

“There won’t be such a thing as a mobile distributor in five years. Everything is converging and I believe we’ll be the number one distributor [overall].”

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Exertis creates new consumer business unit http://www.mobilenewscwp.co.uk/2017/04/26/exertis-creates-new-consumer-business-unit/ http://www.mobilenewscwp.co.uk/2017/04/26/exertis-creates-new-consumer-business-unit/#respond Wed, 26 Apr 2017 10:01:59 +0000 http://www.mobilenewscwp.co.uk/?p=67034 The new unit will combine existing gaming, smart tech, accessories and audio divisions Exertis has combined its gaming, smart tech, accessories and audio divisions into a new consumer business unit made up of over 250 employees. The new division will be based across offices in Basingstoke and Harlow, with the employees being part of an

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The new unit will combine existing gaming, smart tech, accessories and audio divisions

Exertis has combined its gaming, smart tech, accessories and audio divisions into a new consumer business unit made up of over 250 employees.

The new division will be based across offices in Basingstoke and Harlow, with the employees being part of an overall base of more than 1,150. Specific roles for each staff member will be spread across purchasing, commercial and marketing.

Basingstoke-headquartered Exertis claimed the area will contribute significant revenue and profit for the company. It will be under the control of Liam La Cumbre, who enters the newly created role of consumer commercial director. Prior to joining Exertis, La Cumbre was sales director at Turkish consumer electronics specialist Vestel (2016) and Toshiba TV Europe sales director (January 2014 to December 2015).

La Cumbre will be joined in the leadership team by consumer sales director Mike Buley who has been with Exertis for the last 27 years. Both will report directly to Exertis managing director Paul Bryan.

Bryan said: “The creation of a dedicated consumer business unit reflects the importance of this category to our business. It will provide unrivalled focus and support for our vendors and customers, enabling Exertis to leverage the market leading positions we already hold in the consumer market.

“We have an outstanding leadership team and adding Liam, with his extensive, retail experience, demonstrates our continued investment as we see opportunities to drive for additional growth both in the UK and other European geographies.”

La Cumbre added: “The new CBU provides the platform to bring together and promote the expertise, specialism and specific value-added services that we can offer to new and existing retail customers and vendors. The retail landscape is evolving. We have the opportunity and ambition to grow established, and emerging brands both in traditional and complementary markets in the UK, and in Europe, securing our position at the forefront of retail distribution.”

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