Huawei wins bulk of China Mobile VoLTE contract; Samsung loses $10B in value through July

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> Dixons Carphone agreed to sell The Phone House Portugal to Digital Place. The company has already sold The Phone House Netherlands and The Phone House Deutschland. Reuters article

> Huawei said it has been awarded the largest share of China Mobile's voice-over-LTE (VoLTE) project, which includes network convergence building and reconstruction across 31 provinces and municipalities in China. Release

> Samsung Electronics' market value dropped by around $10 billion (€9.1 billion) through July as the company's profit continued to contract. Bloomberg article

> Telenor Group appointed Martin Furuseth as acting head of Group Industrial Development (GID) to replace Hilde Tonne, who is set to head up the company's Danish joint venture with TeliaSonera. Telenor announcement

And finally...Is the world ready for the return of the flip phone? Daily Mail article

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