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5 things Apple and Samsung should learn from Chinese manufacturers

Jan 06, 2020

Although Huawei smartphones are banned in the United States due to tensions in US-China trade relations and concerns about information security concerns, the company is still on its way to becoming the largest phone manufacturer. world of sales.

Other Chinese manufacturers like OnePlus, Xiaomi, OPPO, Vivo are all on the rise. It can be seen that Chinese smartphone companies are doing better than Apple and Samsung in some aspects that consumers need. In this article, let's find out what these are based on information shared by PhoneArena.

1. Equipped with quick charge in the box

Apple is the manufacturer with the highest selling price in the entire mobile village. However, this giant is not equipped with the fast charger that comes with the product, but instead, users have to pay a large sum of money to be able to own. This is thought to be ridiculous and difficult to accept.

Take a look at Chinese phone makers. Huawei's latest flagship, the Mate 20 Pro, comes with an impressive 40 W fast charger. But even phones that cost around $ 500 (~ 11.6 million) like the OnePlus 6T and Xiaomi Mi MIX 3 also come with a quick charger in the box.

This may be one of the reasons that products from China are increasingly popular. Apple and Samsung should learn from this approach of Chinese OEMs to be more successful.

2. Equipped with back cover

A clear difference in the case between Chinese smartphones and other manufacturers is the accessory included. Case is the element I want to mention here. Huawei Mate 20, Huawei Mate 20 Pro, OnePlus 6T, Xiaomi Mi 8, Mi MIX 3 and even cheap Redmi phones come with silicon cases in the case.

While these are not too high quality or stylish cases, they are quite thin and can help protect the phone from scratches when the user has not purchased a suitable case at first.

Meanwhile, why don't Apple and Samsung equip an accessory that costs just 1 or 2 USD (less than 50 thousand dong) in the box of their thousand-dollar phones? Even Apple sells iPhone Xr case for up to 40 USD (nearly 1 million), no wonder users often assign Apple with the label "bloodsucker".

3. Wireless charger in the box

Wireless charging is not a common feature in the smartphone market, but Xiaomi is one step ahead when it comes to wireless charging in the Mi MIX 3 product case, which is completely free. charge.

Meanwhile, Apple and Samsung are independently selling their wireless chargers at official stores for up to $ 50. If you buy a Xiaomi Mi MIX 3, you can save up to $ 80 ($ 1.8 million) in accessories on a phone that is half the price of the iPhone Xs.

4. Get ahead in battery life

Chinese smartphone manufacturers are always making users happy about the battery capacity on the device. These phones are usually equipped with batteries with a capacity of 3,000 to 4,000 mAh or even higher, comfortable for a day of use.

Meanwhile, in this respect, Apple and Samsung are trying to catch up to Chinese OEMs, especially with the latest phones.

Apple has the iPhone XR with improved battery life compared to its predecessors (2,942 mAh) and Samsung has the Galaxy Note 9 that comes with a 4,000 mAh battery. However, these two companies should have more breakthroughs, not try to pursue this.

5. Reasonable selling price

The final and most important factor that I want to mention is the price of the product. Chinese manufacturers, notably Xiaomi always have extremely cheap prices for devices with its high-end configuration. Xiaomi even claims to earn a profit of only 5% on each smartphone sold. That is why users are increasingly favoring products from Chinese OEMs.

What about Apple and Samsung, they are the first manufacturers to bring to the mobile market the definition of "a thousand-dollar smartphone" and are expected to continue increasing prices for the next device. Perhaps this is one of the reasons for the recent failure of these two companies.

Samsung and Apple should listen to consumers more, especially in the context of fierce competition from Chinese smartphone companies.
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