The US sanctions hit Huawei is having a hard time with its smartphone sales, but its sales Tablet pc There has been an increase, according to a report by GizChina based on IDC findings. The entire tablet PC segment recorded growth of a total of 39.9 million devices shipped in the first quarter of 2021, which corresponds to an increase of 55.2%. Such growth has not been recorded since 2013 at 56.9%.
Apple remains the market leader in tablet PCs. The next companies to follow are Samsung, Lenovo, Amazon and Huawei (without honor). The data shows that shipments from all companies have grown. Huawei has also grown 1.7%, which is quite small, but seeing the smartphone business hit by the sanctions is still something. Amazon and Lenovo recorded the greatest growth compared to the previous year with 143% and 138.1% respectively. Apple recorded a growth of 64.3% Samsung had 60.8% growth. IDC also shared the latest Chromebook data with the top five companies in the list, HP, Lenovo, Acer, Dell, and Samsung.
In other news, Apple’s iPad mini won’t launch until the second half of this year, according to TF Securities technology analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. The new iPad mini is expected to be equipped with a slightly larger 8-inch display and an M1 chip. Apple has already introduced the 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro series that are powered by the M1 chip. The devices were pre-ordered in India at prices of 71,900 and 99,900 rupees, respectively. With EMI, the 11-inch iPad Po device costs Rs 8,462 per month. EMI while paying Rs 11,758 per month for the 12.9-inch iPad Pro.