Discrimination of Some Manufacturers According to Markets?

The mobile telephony market It is very different in some locations than others, something that It gives a certain emotion to manufacturers, that they must continually learn what are the tastes and preferences of its users to make some success in sales, whether a particular device or an entire family.

This causes, often Some manufacturers decide to not bring a device to market in particular because, according to their studies, would not be attractive or would a failure in comparison with other manufacturers, while others give everything to ensure the success and do not hesitate to put their best products in aqullos sites.

The decision of some of not entering a market in particular

I think that more than one it will come it, read the title, the name of Xiaomi to the head, and confess it, to me also. Xiaomi is a manufacturer that China already has been you small and need to expand to keep growing, but so far it is preventing Europe, a potential market which has so many willing to do with their products.

The decision not to come to the West officially probably is hurting them if we take into account their policy of selling good smartphones at a reduced price, a policy that, seeing how is the Court, would give them a place in this market almost instantly. Obviously, Xiaomi isn’t the only one who has this policy.

A similar case is BQ, although not as exaggerated as the Xiaomi, is a manufacturer which, while it does not have the same success in Spain to Xiaomi in his country, yes has enough recognition. Perhaps a expansion to America (North, Centre and South) could report a number of benefits and, why not, maybe learn things that make them innovate further on.

We always have the miracle of the internet, which allows us to buy those smartphones that we would not normally see or with binoculars, but we have the annoyance of the Customs, the cost of shipping (with exceptions) or waiting time extra. All this can be done that we not decide by the terminal that sell officially n our country, we would be already enjoying.

Those who vary their phones according to market specifications

There are those who don’t want to renounce to any market, but who believe that certain things would not be interested. The mildest case would be that of Samsung, whose exchange rate markets would be limited to the processor used (in the case of the range Galaxy S and Galaxy Note), whose difference in daily use is rather sparse.

The consequence of this is, above all, the difference in dedication of developers. Given that Samsung is reluctant to release its new processor drivers, developers may not do much for those who rooted have their terminals, but Qualcomm, on the other hand, release them very soon, which gives as a result a variety of cooked ROMs enviable.

But is another great Korean manufacturer that has the most serious problem, LG has decided, with its new LG G5, as the Latin American market not enjoyment of the full potential of this phone, but don’t want to give up that market, they have been given a watered down version of the LG G5, the LG G5 is with lower specifications and compatibility with their virtual reality glasses.

The excuse of LG? That in Latin America hardly any interest in virtual reality and to sell it at a lower price. And I wonder, wouldn’t it better to sell both models and let each user decide? Would deprive a market for a high end which, although it does not appear to have too much acceptance, could succeed?

Decisions of the manufacturers are often difficult to understand for us, both the change of specifications at the time not to bring certain terminals to different markets. At the end, with both variant and change terminal that does not arrive, we will end up making a mess and masticaremos mobile and communicate with chewing gum.

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