Japan mobile phone operator NTT DoCoMo plans to release a smartphone produced by Chinese firm Huawei in October, marking the company’s first-ever launch of a Chinese-made smartphone. Previously, DoCoMo sells phones from Taiwan-based HTC and Korean companies Samsung and LG, this will be the firm’s first major launch of a China-made smartphone. The introduction of new models will expand the lineup of cost-effective products to counter the iPhone sales in Japan market. DoCoMo boasts that the new device is currently the world’s fastest phone, requiring only five seconds to start up after being turned off — one-sixth the time required by other smartphones model. It’s somehow ironic to see telco companies from China and Japan are dealing business together, regarding on the recent anti-Japan protests happened in China.
SOURCE: Sankei Biz (Japanese content)
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