Deputy minister in the presidency Thembi Siweya said on Tuesday that Hisense has revealed that there are talks at the company to expand its operations in South Africa to make cellphones.
China’s Hisense is making strong headway in the entry-level and midrange smartphone segments in South Africa, and is eyeing at least 10% market share, in volume terms, by the end of the year.
Hisense is a brand better known for its low-priced appliances and consumer electronics such as fridges and LCD TVs. More recently, though, the company has entered the crowded smartphone space. At this year’s Mobile World Congress in Spain, Hisense took the wraps off its latest high-end device, the
The new year in technology starts off with a bang with the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. As in 2012, a lot of focus at CES this year is on innovation in television as manufacturers push to enormous screens with much higher resolutions. There’s almost a sense of urgency