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Coolpad Wins the Honor of "2013-2014 Global Intelligent Interconnection Devices Brands Top 10"

LAS VEGAS, Jan. 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- In the appraisal and selection activity conducted for "2013-2014 Global Intelligent Interconnection Devices Brands Top 10" on January 8, Coolpad was selected as one of the winners due to its outstanding achievement and brand performance of last year. Such activity, jointly created by IDG and IDC, is an international authoritative exchange, display and cooperation platform for global intelligent interconnection equipment brands. (Photo taken onsite: http://cebrands.cn/news.asp?op=read&cate=&ID=106)

In the appraisal and selection activity for "2013-2014 Global Intelligent Interconnection Devices Brands Top 10" which focuses on the leading brand enterprises in the global intelligent interconnection industry, brands of intelligent interconnection devices are evaluated for 2013, mainly based on research data of IDC (an international data investigation and survey authority), according to brand appraisal and selection rules. It is hoped that such activity will help improve mixed ability of sustainable development of global intelligent interconnection equipment industry and sustainable competitiveness of brand. The award list and individual award list were announced during the forty-eighth CES show held in Las Vegas on January 8, 2014. At the scheduled time, a grand award ceremony was held.

Coolpad continues to forge ahead in the mobile internet age

With arrival of big data, smart cloud, mobile internet age, the service field of global intelligent interconnection equipment brand is expanding, and performance of brand products is improved. Facing brand globalization and the situation that the new generation of intelligent interconnection technology sweeping the world, a growing number of brands of intelligent interconnection equipment begin to develop internationally. During the leader summit dialogue of global intelligent terminal held before the award ceremony, Zhang Guangqiang, vice president of Coolpad, entered into the summit dialogue on the theme of "Intelligence Opens up the Future in the Mobile Internet Age", further discussing mixed ability of sustainable development of global intelligent interconnection equipment industry and sustainable competitiveness of brand.

The statistics of IDG show that although the smart phone markets of many countries face saturation, intelligent equipment still help promote market development due to demand of emerging markets for middle and low-end smart phone drives market development, and thus the global intelligent terminal market keeps rapid growth in 2013, with sales volume of the first three quarters exceeding 1 billion, and Chinese brands continue to keep rapid development in the global intelligent terminal market. Coolpad, ZTE, Huawei, and Lenovo (four domestic mainstream smart phone manufacturers) catch the eye of the industry in the world in terms of market share and growth.

Coolpad, the mobile phone enterprise with the strongest growth momentum in China, adheres to give priority to technology development and enhances LTE technical accumulation and breakthrough. It makes integration researches all over the world, establishing seven R&D centers (in Beijing, Xi'an, Hefei, Dongguan, Shenzhen and Nanjing, U.S.) at present. It has a professional R&D team of 2200 persons. At present, Coolpad applies for about 800 patents per year and has 4500 pending patent applications, making it the mobile phone manufacturer with the greatest number of patents in China.

Coolpad display outstanding products in CES

It is understood that, in the forthcoming CES of this year, Coolpad, as one of the leading enterprises in Chinese mobile phone industry, will display ten types of LTE mobile phones and different accessories which support mainstream types of network standard in Europe and America and other countries, and quantity of its product displayed in the show will be about three times larger than those in last year.

The much-anticipated "Coolpad Halo", the world's first smart phone equipped with octa-core processor, will be released on the opening day of CES (January 8). Such product is equipped with 7 inch HD screen, true octa-core processor, 2GB memory, 8GB storage space, microSD card, WCDMA + GSM dual cards dual standby, 13 megapixel camera and other top-level parts, providing perfect performance and customer experience.

Moreover, Coolpad 8970L a high-end flagship 4G mobile phone jointly developed by Coolpad and China Mobile, will be displayed on CES. Such product is equipped with a 5.9 inch 1920 x 1080 FHD retina screen, a new generation of gorilla glass on the surface, 1.8GHz Tegra4 processor, Android 4.2 + CoolLife UI5.0, 13-Megapixel large-aperture camera (ensuring photograph quality), offers Dolby 7.1 HiFi sound quality and 100M network speed, providing "light-speed" experience and ensuring excellent enjoyment in terms of games and entertainment.

Coolpad's 4G leadership

The analysts in the industry said that in order to achieve the strategic objective of 4G leadership in the domestic market, Coolpad adopts an abundant terminal development arrangement. It is estimated that in 2014, it will release over 30 types of LTE products, covering high, middle and low-end product segment, making further progress in the 4G leadership strategy. With regard to the oversee market, Coolpad has already made development arrangement in Asia, North America, Europe and other international markets and sold its products in ten countries and regions including U.S., U.K., France, Germany, Greece, India and Taiwan, achieving overseas sales volume proportion of 10%. The analysts said that Coolpad has already assigned 80% of research technicians to focus on R&D of 4G and reserved considerable quantity of patents and technologies. Precise product mix and the determination of shifting its focus to 4G will create a great opportunity for it to take the lead in the international arena.

Yulong Computer Telecommunications Scientific (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd. ("Coolpad" for short) collaborates with IDG and empowers IDG to release news to oversea media.

 

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