Which Country Makes the Best Mobile Phones?

Which Country Makes the Best Mobile Phones?


In the technology industry, companies are constantly competing to see who can create the best products, and smartphones are no exception. Most people assume that companies with deep pockets have an advantage in this field, but that isn’t always the case. If you compare the top mobile phone companies around the world, you’ll be surprised by who comes out on top! Here’s a look at the biggest smartphone brands in various countries all over the world, and which one produces the best phones. Which country makes the best mobile phones? Which may surprise you one comes out on top!


1. Apple iPhones

According to Consumer Reports, Apple iPhones are more reliable than all other phones. This is because Apple products last for an average of four years, whereas Samsung and LG products last for just two. A more attractive design is one factor in their favor: 95% of respondents described their iPhone as stylish. In addition, several independent studies have shown that overall customer satisfaction rates with Apple products are higher than those with Android or Windows phones. #2. Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge: If you’re looking for speed, then look no further than the S7 Edge. It has a super-fast processor (2.3 GHz), so it can handle multiple tasks at once without slowing down or lagging—it even supports virtual reality gaming! It also comes with 64 GB of memory and 4 GB of RAM, so you won’t be running out of space soon. Plus, its battery life lasts longer than most other smartphones on our list (up to 11 hours). And if you're worried about security issues after recent hacks, don't be—many securities organizations have certified the S7 Edge as being very safe from hackers and viruses.


2. Chinese Smartphones

China has quickly established itself as a dominant force in mobile phones and smartphones. In fact, Chinese smartphone companies now account for over half of all new smartphones shipped each year. This dominance is largely a result of how inexpensive Chinese mobile phones are, which has helped make them more accessible to developing nations. There’s no denying that China is already outstripping its competition in terms of volume, but in quality, some argue that they still have work to do. Still, if you’re looking for an affordable phone with lots of features, you can’t go wrong with a Chinese model.


3. United States (Apple, Google)

The only one of our top picks to not make its own mobile phones, Apple’s US-made smartphones and tablets are generally acknowledged as being at least on par with those made by other countries manufacturers. Though it doesn’t manufacture any of its own phones, Google has worked hard to promote Android—the software that powers most new mobile devices in America—as a legitimate operating system for business purposes. Besides offering free versions of its office suite and productivity apps, Google also offers a range of security features specifically designed for businesses. For example, there’s Device Policy Manager (DPM), which lets IT departments remotely lock or wipe lost or stolen devices; DLP (Data Loss Prevention), which helps protect sensitive data from leaving your network; and Security Key, which allows users to authenticate their identity via an encrypted USB device instead of typing in their password every time they log into their account.


4. Korea

Samsung and LG are two of Korea’s largest corporations, together accounting for 40% of that country’s GDP. Known as chaebol, these firms are at least partially government-owned. Both companies maintain design centers in Europe and Silicon Valley, where they can take advantage of international perspectives and more diverse talent pools. These are not your typical Asian manufacturing plants—they’re hotbeds of creativity. And it shows: that Korean mobile phones have always been leaders in terms of innovation and technology. The world has taken notice: Apple designs it is a series of chips using a Korean company, while Google uses a Korean chip maker to power its new Pixel phone. The next time you pick up your iPhone or Android device, remember that Koreans designed it!


5. Germany

Germany has a strong tradition of high-quality manufacturing, and nowhere is that more clear than in its mobile phones. German manufacturers produce some of the most innovative cell phones around and have a history of creating ultra-reliable devices. There are several dozen German companies making cell phones, from massive conglomerates to specialized startups—and they’re all among Europe’s leading phone makers. Perhaps many of these companies focus on niche markets, like recordist handsets for construction workers or waterproof phones for swimmers.


6. Japan

Where it all started. In 1984, three giant Japanese companies - Sony, Matsushita, and Toshiba - teamed up to develop a mobile phone. Their goal was to create an ultramodern super-phone that offered superior sound quality, long battery life, and high build quality. It took them two years to come up with a product they were happy with, but in 1985 they unveiled their new creation: The first ever mobile phone. It weighed 1kg, cost $4,000 (about £2,900), and came with a car charger. Sadly for Sony et al., nobody wanted one. Three years later, when Nokia launched its first ever handset, Japan's mobile-making giants decided enough was enough: They pulled out of phones altogether (with one exception - more on that later). They have never looked back since...


7. India

According to Business Insider, Nokia and Samsung dominate India’s market. With about 62 million mobile users in a country of 1.25 billion people, that’s pretty impressive. This is because of high rates of poverty and underdevelopment, but also because I know Indians for their affinity for new technology. The average Indian doesn’t want last year’s smartphone—they want tomorrow’s! So for purchasing power, it makes sense that they would be at least as interested in owning one of today’s smartphones as well.

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