Reviewers find Samsung's new foldable phone to be faulty
Samsung seeded a few early review units of its Galaxy Fold to journalists, who have found the foldable screens break after a few days of use.
Online shopping via smartphones eclipses PCs, tablets
PwC's consumer survey finds smartphones are the device of choice for e-commerce, outstripping other commonly used online shopping channels.
MWC: Only 2% of MEA mobile subs will be 5G in 2024
Ericsson's new Middle East and Africa Mobility Report predicts the region will have 30 million 5G subscribers by 2024.
Samsung to shut mobile phone plant in China's Tianjin
The South Korean company plans to cease operations at one of its Chinese manufacturing plants by the end of the year.
Feature phones will impede plans to connect millions: Ndabeni-Abrahams
The availability of feature phones with no Internet access will slow down government's connected citizen ambitions.
True African smartphone promises affordability, quality
The Mara Group taps SA as one of the countries that will manufacture what's being described as a truly African smartphone.
Slowing mobile subscriber growth in Sub-Saharan Africa
Affordability issues and a young population decelerate mobile subscriber growth in Sub-Saharan Africa, according to a GSMA report.