Want China Times
US-based technology firm InFocus suffered limited smartphone supplies in the first half
of 2015 as its major assembly partner, Taiwan’s Foxconn Technology Group, moved most of its capacity to produce Apple’s popular iPhones.
Lagging behind its competitors, InFocus held its first product launch in Taiwan this year on Tuesday to release three new smartphones, as the company was addressing a shortage of its previous phones and several components in the first half of 2015, said Steven Yeh, general manager of Commtiva Technology, the local distributor of InFocus phones and a sales arm of Foxconn.
He attributed the shortage of InFocus phones to limited production capacity allocated by Foxconn, the world’s largest contract electronics manufacturer that has been busy making Apple’s iPhone 6 models as well as other Android phones for Chinese brands such as Huawei Technologies and Xiaomi since late 2014. [FULL STORY]