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  1. Samsung Galaxy S10 Pre-orders Break Record in US

Samsung Galaxy S10 is doing very well in sales and the phone just launched on Friday, March 08, 2019. Following the news about the Galaxy S10 breaking the UK’s Samsung pre-order record, the US is also seeing record pre-orders for the Samsung flagship. Interestingly, the US appears to be very fond of Prism White, while in the UK, it was Prism Black. and the most expensive model, the Galaxy S10+, made up 57% per total pre-orders both in the US and the UK. It will take some time before we see the latest Samsung lineup parts in the market, but if you are looking for Samsung previous models’ parts, visit www.hcqs.eu; or contact directly via info@hcqs.com.cn; service@hcqs.eu. Original Samsung parts shipped directly from Europe just an email away.

 

 

  1. Certificated HO3 Screen for iPhone

All HO3 screens for iPhone are CE, RoHS compliant. Choose HO3 screens, enables you to adhere to existing international safety and pollution legislation. In other words, you protect the environment and fulfil the regulations when you choose HO3 screens. Get more information via info@hcqs.com.cn; service@hcqs.eu; or shop via www.hcqs.eu.

 

  1. Apple iPhone XR Sales Go Up By 20 Million Units Following Price Cut

Apple has reduced the price of the iPhone XR by 450RMB, bringing it down to approximately 5900RMB for the 128GB variant. This has significantly reduced the price difference between the iPhone XR and alternatives such as the Huawei Mate 20 Pro. This upward tick in Apple’s sales has resulted in the company placing orders for 20 million iPhones from its supply chain. Let us know what you think in the comments section below and stay tuned. We’ll keep you updated on the latest.

 

  1. China’s BOE Challenges Samsung in OLED Sector

Chinese display firm BOE is building manufacturing lines to roll out flexible touch-integrated OLED displays, named Y-Octa, in a serious challenge to Samsung Display which has a monopoly in the technology, according to industry source on March 13. Samsung is currently the only display manufacturer of the touch-integrated OLED display. Before the development of the technology, a separate TSP film was placed on top of the panels layers and plates including a polarizer, glass plates, and a panel attached with the self-luminous diodes. BOE’s latest attempt to enter the segment is said to be aimed at supplying OLED display to Apple which reportedly will no longer launch IPS LCD-based iPhones in 2020 but an entire OLED lineup.

 

  1. Samsung Patents Bendable Phone That Can be Worn on Your Wrist

LetsgoDigital shares some 3D renders of Samsung’s foldable phone, showing that it is developing a wearable-like phone. Unlike the Galaxy Fold which can be folded horizontally, the device Samsung described by the renders can be bent vertically. Users can use it as a regular smartphone when necessary, on the other hand, if the user wants a smartwatch-like experience, the device can be wrapped around their wrist by applying a little pressure on the frame.

 

 

  1. Apple’s Manufacturers Ramping Up Production of New iPad and AirPods Parts

Apple’s March 25 event is around the corner, according to DigiTimes, some of Apple’s part suppliers are preparing to ramp up production of components of new products. Flexium Interconnect and Zhen Ding Technology for example, are reportedly starting production of PCBs for a new iPad model. At the same time, two other companies, Compeq Manufacturing and Unitech PCB, are now working on rigid-flex boards for the yet unannounced AirPods. If Apple does indeed announce new hardware products on March 25, preorders will likely begin either on the same day or within a week.

 

  1. Universal Home Button Replacement is Compatible with AirPods

Universal home button bringing the home function back to iPhone 7/7P/8/8P by paring with the phone via Bluetooth. We are now confirmed universal home button can work simultaneously with AirPods, so there won’t problem if you repair your phone with the home button while like to listening via AirPods. For more information, contact us via info@hcqs.com.cn; service@hcqs.eu; or visit our shopping mall www.hcqs.eu.

 

 

  1. Important Notice to Germany Customer

Logistics have updated their latest requirement when ship to Germany, asking for complete and correct declaration, which means the declare value of each batch of goods must be the same as paying amount. When order from HCQS, customer can freely choose to ship from China or Sweden. Contact us for more information info@hcqs.com.cn; service@hcqs.eu.

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