Parts of this article (those related to brands from some developing countries) need to be updated.(May 2023)
This is the list of mobile phone brands sorted by the country from which the brands originate. The number of mobile phone brands peaked to more than 750 in 2017 before declining to nearly 250 brands in 2023.
Bold refers to major smartphone brand.
|Canada||Jeotex (Datawind)||Bankruptcy in 2021|
|China||Gionee||Bankruptcy in 2018, acquired by Karbonn Mobiles|
|ZUK Mobile||Subsidiary of Lenovo, defunct in 2017|
|BenQ Mobile||Bankruptcy in 2006, defunct in 2007|
|Hagenuk Telecom GmbH||insolvency in 1997, mobile phone development and manufacturing business acquired by Telital in 1998|
|Siemens Mobile||Acquired by BenQ Corporation in 2005 to form BenQ Mobile|
|Italy||Onda Mobile Communication|
|India||YU Televentures||Was a subsidiary of Micromax|
|Sansui||Defunct in 2014|
|BQ||After having a majority acquired by VinSmart/Vingroup in 2018, BQ ceased operations; liquidating in 2020.|
|Thailand||I-Mobile||Defunct in 2017|
|United Kingdom||Vertu||Bankruptcy in 2017|
|United States||Essential Products|
|Microsoft Mobile||Established in 2014 following the acquisition of Nokia's Devices and Services division by Microsoft, defunct in 2017|
|Nextbit (2016-2017)||Defunct in 2017|
|Vietnam||VinSmart||Subsidiary of Vingroup. (Production closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Sales and services for VinSmart smartphones still continue to operate)|
|Avio||Sub-brand of Vietnam Telecommunications and Electronic Cables Joint Stock Company (VINACAP) - a subsidiary of VNPT. The brand was launched for the low-end market and targeted to users of Vinaphone's services. The brand ceased operation in c. 2016 due to poor sales.|
|Hi-Mobile||Subsidiary of HiPT|
|Bluefone||Subsidiary of CMC Cooperation|
No longer associated with mobile phones
|Bangladesh||Okapia||Discontinued its own line of mobile phones and became a national distributor for Chinese mobile brand Honor.|
|Canada||BlackBerry Limited||Ended smartphone production in 2016; brand licensing agreement with TCL Communication ended in 2020.|
|Malaysia||Now a electric bicycle brand as E-Nine|
|South Korea||LG||In 2021 LG announced they would no longer be manufacturing mobile phones.|
|Sweden||Ericsson||Company which owned the brand merged with Sony as a joint venture, and later wholly acquired by Sony|
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- "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.
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