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List of mobile phone makers by country

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Flag Country Brand Notes
Algeria Algeria Condor
Bangladesh Bangladesh Walton
Brazil Brazil Gradiente
Brazil Brazil Positivo
Canada Canada BlackBerry Limited hardware development delegated to TCL
Canada Canada DataWind
China China 10.Or manufactured by Huaqin Telecom Technology Co. Ltd.
China China Alcatel subsidiary of TCL Corporation
China China Amoi
China China BBK
China China Coolpad subsidiary of LeEco
China China Cubot
China China Gfive
China China Gionee
China China Haier
China China Hisense
China China Honor subsidiary of Huawei
China China Huawei
China China Konka
China China LeEco
China China Lenovo
China China Meizu
China China Motorola Mobility subsidiary of Lenovo
China China Ningbo Bird
China China OnePlus subsidiary of BBK
China China Oppo subsidiary of BBK
China China Smartisan
China China TCL Corporation
China China Technology Happy Life
China China Tecno Mobile
China China Vivo subsidiary of BBK
China China Vsun
China China Wasam
China China Xiaomi
China China Zopo Mobile
China China ZTE
China China ZUK Mobile subsidiary of Lenovo
Czech Republic Czech Republic Jablotron
Czech Republic Czech Republic Verzo
Egypt Egypt SICO Technology
Finland Finland Jolla
Finland Finland Nokia Corporation hardware development delegated to third party
Finland Finland HMD Global develops Nokia-branded features phones, as well as smartphones in partnership with Nokia Corporation
France France Archos
France France Groupe Bull
France France MobiWire formerly Sagem Wireless
France France Wiko
Germany Germany Gigaset
Germany Germany Medion subsidiary of Lenovo
Germany Germany TechniSat
Germany Germany Tiptel
Greece Greece MLS
Hong Kong Hong Kong X-tigi Mobile
India India CREO
India India Celkon
India India iball
India India Intex Technologies
India India Karbonn Mobiles
India India Lava International
India India HCL
India India Jio
India India LYF
India India Micromax Informatics
India India Onida Electronics
India India Spice X
India India Spice Digital
India India Videocon
India India Xolo subsidiary of Lava International
India India YU Televentures subsidiary of Micromax Informatics
Indonesia Indonesia Nexian
Indonesia Indonesia Evercoss
Indonesia Indonesia MITO
Indonesia Indonesia Polytron
Indonesia Indonesia Advan
Italy Italy Brondi
Italy Italy NGM
Italy Italy Olivetti
Italy Italy Onda Mobile Communication
Japan Japan Fujitsu
Japan Japan Kyocera
Japan Japan NEC-Casio(NEC/Casio/Hitachi)
Japan Japan Panasonic
Japan Japan Sansui
Japan Japan Sharp
Japan Japan Sony
Japan Japan DoCoMo
Latvia Latvia Just5
Malaysia Malaysia M Dot
Malaysia Malaysia Ninetology
Mexico Mexico Kyoto Electronics
Mexico Mexico Lanix
Mexico Mexico Zonda
Netherlands Netherlands Fairphone
Netherlands Netherlands John's Phone
Netherlands Netherlands Philips
North Korea North Korea Koryolink[citation needed]
Pakistan Pakistan QMobile
Pakistan Pakistan Voice Mobile
Philippines Philippines Cherry Mobile Brand by Cosmic Technologies
Philippines Philippines Starmobile
Philippines Philippines MyPhone Brand by Solid Group
Philippines Philippines Torque Topstrasse Global
Poland Poland Kruger&Matz
Poland Poland Manta Multimedia
Poland Poland myPhone
Romania Romania Allview
Romania Romania Evolio
Romania Romania E-Boda
Romania Romania Myria
Romania Romania Utok
Russia Russia Beeline
Russia Russia Explay become subsidiary of Fly in 2015[1]
Russia Russia Gresso
Russia Russia Highscreen
Russia Russia Megafon
Russia Russia MTS
Russia Russia RoverPC
Russia Russia teXet
Russia Russia Sitronics
Russia Russia Yotaphone
South Korea South Korea KT Tech
South Korea South Korea LG
South Korea South Korea Pantech
South Korea South Korea Samsung
Spain Spain BQ
Spain Spain GeeksPhone
Sweden Sweden Doro
Sweden Sweden Handheld Group
Taiwan Taiwan Acer
Taiwan Taiwan Asus
Taiwan Taiwan BenQ
Taiwan Taiwan DBTel
Taiwan Taiwan Dopod
Taiwan Taiwan Foxconn
Taiwan Taiwan Gigabyte Technology
Taiwan Taiwan HTC
Thailand Thailand AIS
Thailand Thailand DTAC
Thailand Thailand True
Thailand Thailand Wellcom
Thailand Thailand I-Mobile
Tunisia Tunisia EvertekTunisie
Turkey Turkey Aselsan
Turkey Turkey Vestel
United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates Thuraya
United Kingdom United Kingdom Binatone
United Kingdom United Kingdom Bullitt Group
United Kingdom United Kingdom Kazam
United Kingdom United Kingdom Marshall Amplification
United Kingdom United Kingdom Vodafone
United Kingdom United Kingdom Wileyfox
United States United States Apple
United States United States BLU Products
United States United States Caterpillar
United States United States Essential Products
United States United States Firefly
United States United States Garmin
United States United States Google
United States United States HP
United States United States InFocus
United States United States InfoSonics[2]
United States United States Obi Worldphone
United States United States Nextbit
Zimbabwe Zimbabwe GTel


Flag Country Brand Notes
Germany Germany AEG
Germany Germany BenQ Mobile bankruptcy in 2006, defunct in 2007
Germany Germany Grundig Mobile
Germany Germany Hagenuk Telecom GmbH insolvency in 1997, mobile phone development and manufacturing business acquired by Telital in 1998[3]
Germany Germany Siemens Mobile acquired by BenQ Corporation in 2005 to form BenQ Mobile
Germany Germany Telefunken
Spain Spain Vitelcom
United Kingdom United Kingdom Vertu
United States United States Microsoft Mobile established in 2014 following the acquisition of Nokia's Devices and Services division by Microsoft, defunct in 2017

No longer manufactures mobile phones

Flag Country Brand Notes
Italy Italy Telit
Sweden Sweden Ericsson Merged with Sony as a joint venture, and later wholly acquired by Sony
United States United States DELL


  1. ^ ""Связной" продал Explay". Retrieved 10 September 2016.
  2. ^ White, Ronald D. (23 February 2014). "InfoSonics seeking name recognition in U.S." The L.A. Times. Retrieved 27 February 2014.
  3. ^ "Rettung für Hagenuk in Berlin jetzt perfekt" [Hagenuk in Berlin finally rescued] (in German). Tagesspiegel. dpa. 25 June 1998. Retrieved 7 February 2019. Berlin-based mobile phone production and Danish mobile phone development acquired by Telital, Kiel-based mobile phone production closed down.