SPOTLIGHT: Japanese mobile phone makers have no luck in China


Cellular News has an interesting analysis piece on why Japanese phone makers can't break into China's market. Apparently, "they've relied too much on R&D and phone quality, and invested too little in branding, advertising, and developing sales channels." They also have yet to introduce a broad range of pricepoints, which would appeal to cost sensitive Chinese consumers. Article

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