List of mobile phone brands by country

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.[1]
Bold refers to major smartphone brand.

Existing

Region Country Brand Notes
Africa   Algeria Condor Electronics [fr]
Oceania   Australia Kogan
Asia   Bangladesh Walton
Symphony
South America   Brazil Gradiente
Multilaser
Positivo
Tectoy
Asia   China 10.Or (Tenor) Manufactured by Huaqin Telecom Technology Co. Ltd.
Amoi
BBK
Coolpad Subsidiary of LeEco
Cubot
Doogee [fr]
Gfive
Haier
Hisense
Honor Owned by Shenzhen Zhixin New Information Technology Co., Ltd.
Huawei
Itel Mobile Subsidiary of Transsion
iQOO Owned by Vivo, Subsidiary of BBK
LeEco
Meitu
Meizu
Ningbo Bird
OnePlus Owned by Oppo, Subsidiary of BBK
Oppo Subsidiary of BBK
Realme Subsidiary of BBK
Smartisan
TCL Corporation
Technology Happy Life
Tecno Mobile Subsidiary of Transsion
Umidigi
Vivo Subsidiary of BBK
Vsun
Wasam
Xiaomi
ZTE
Europe   Czech Republic Jablotron
Verzo
Africa   Egypt SICO Technology
Europe   Finland Jolla
Nokia Corporation Hardware development delegated to third party
HMD Global Develops Nokia-branded feature phones and smartphones since 2016
Bittium
Europe   France Archos
Alcatel Mobile Owned by Nokia and used under license by TCL Technology
Crosscall [fr]
Groupe Bull
Kapsys [fr]
Logicom [fr]
MobiWire Formerly Sagem Wireless
Wiko
Europe   Germany Gigaset
Medion Subsidiary of Lenovo
SHIFT
TechniSat
Tiptel
Europe   Greece MLS
Asia   Hong Kong X-tigi Mobile
Lenovo
Infinix Subsidiary of Transsion
Asia   India
Karbonn Mobiles
Lava International
Jio
LYF Subsidiary of Jio
Micromax Informatics
Xolo Subsidiary of Lava International
Asia   Iran GLX
Asia   Indonesia Advan
Evercoss
SPC
Europe   Italy Brondi
Q.Bell[2] Owned by Hidis[3]
New Generation Mobile
Olivetti
Asia   Japan Akai
Fujitsu
Casio
Hitachi
JRC
Kyocera
Mitsubishi Electric
NEC
Panasonic
Sharp
Sony
Toshiba
Europe   Latvia Just5
North America   Mexico Kyoto Electronics
Lanix
Zonda
Europe   Netherlands Fairphone
John's Phone
Philips
Asia   North Korea Arirang[citation needed]
Asia   Pakistan QMobile
Asia   Philippines Cherry Mobile Brand by Cosmic Technologies
Firefly Mobile (PH)
Starmobile
Cloudfone
MyPhone Brand by Solid Group
Torque Topstrasse Global
Europe   Poland Kruger&Matz [pl]
Manta Multimedia [pl]
myPhone (Poland) [pl]
Europe   Romania Allview
Evolio
E-Boda
Myria
Utok
Eurasia   Russia Beeline
Explay Subsidiary of Fly[4]
Gresso
Highscreen
Megafon
MTS
RoverPC
teXet
Sitronics
Yotaphone
Africa   South Africa Cell C
MTN
Mobicel
Telkom
Vodacom
Asia   South Korea KT Tech
Pantech
Samsung
Europe   Sweden Doro
Asia   Taiwan Acer
Asus
BenQ
DBTel
Foxconn A hardware manufacturing company
HTC
Asia   Thailand AIS
DTAC
True
Wellcom
Africa   Tunisia EvertekTunisie
Europe   Turkey ASELSAN
Vestel
Middle East   United Arab Emirates Thuraya
Europe   United Kingdom Bullitt Group A hardware manufacturing Company
Nothing
SwishTech[5]
North America   United States Apple
BLU Products
Caterpillar
Garmin
Google Pixel
HP
InFocus
InfoSonics[6]
Microsoft Back to mobile business and focused on Android based Surface line smartphone
Motorola Mobility Subsidiary of Lenovo
Obi Worldphone
Purism, SPC
Asia   Vietnam BPhone Subsidiary of BKAV
Masstel
Africa   Zimbabwe GTel

Defunct

Country Brand Notes
  Canada Jeotex (Datawind) Bankruptcy in 2021
  China Gionee Bankruptcy in 2018, acquired by Karbonn Mobiles
ZUK Mobile Subsidiary of Lenovo, defunct in 2017
  Germany AEG
BenQ Mobile Bankruptcy in 2006, defunct in 2007
Grundig Mobile
Hagenuk Telecom GmbH insolvency in 1997, mobile phone development and manufacturing business acquired by Telital in 1998[7]
Siemens Mobile Acquired by BenQ Corporation in 2005 to form BenQ Mobile
Telefunken
  Italy Onda Mobile Communication
  India YU Televentures Was a subsidiary of Micromax
  Indonesia Nexian
  Japan Sanyo
Sansui Defunct in 2014
  Malaysia M Dot
  Spain GeeksPhone
Vitelcom
Energy Sistem
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
Kazam
Wileyfox
  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
Mobiistar
Asanzo
Kangaroo Mobile
Maxfone
Q-Mobile

No longer associated with mobile phones

Country Brand Notes
  Bangladesh Okapia Discontinued its own line of mobile phones and became a national distributor for Chinese mobile brand Honor.[8]
  Canada BlackBerry Limited Ended smartphone production in 2016; brand licensing agreement with TCL Communication ended in 2020.
  China Konka
  Indonesia Mito
  Italy Telit
  Malaysia

Ninetology

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
  Taiwan Gigabyte Technology
  United States Dell

References

  1. ^ "Nearly 500 Brands Exited Smartphone Market During 2017-2023". Counterpoint Research. September 20, 2023. Retrieved September 22, 2023.
  2. ^ "QBell Sito Ufficiale: Tv, Monitor & Smart Devices". QBell: Tv & Monitor Qvision, Qphone, Qwatch, Tablet (in Italian). Retrieved 2022-03-15.
  3. ^ "Hidis Srl - Distributions". hidis.it. Retrieved 2022-03-15.
  4. ^ ""Связной" продал Explay". Retrieved 10 September 2016.
  5. ^ "Welcome to SwishTech". SwishTech. Retrieved 21 September 2022.
  6. ^ White, Ronald D. (23 February 2014). "InfoSonics seeking name recognition in U.S." The L.A. Times. Retrieved 27 February 2014.
  7. ^ "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.
  8. ^ Okapia, Mobiles. "Okapia Mobile Bangladesh". okapia-mobile.com. Retrieved 2021-10-01.