Xiaomi‘s Mi Max 3 (model no. M1804E4T), will be released at Xiaomi’s next launch event after attaining its network license from Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT).
On June 12, Vivo announced its new flagship phone, Vivo NEX in Shanghai. The most striking feature is its pop up camera, or “elevating front camera” as Vivo calls it. The phone will also use an in-display fingerprint sensor and “Screen SoundCasting” technology which allows it to transmit audio waves through the display itself.
On June 5, Lenovo officially released three new phones in Beijing: Lenovo Z5, Lenovo K5 Note, Lenovo A5, and the smartwatch Watch X.
On the evening of June 4, Republic of Gamers (ROG) by ASUSTek Computer Inc., better known as ASUS, releases its first gaming smartphone in Taiwan, just a day before the annual computer & technology fair ComputeX opens in Taipei.
Meizu took the wraps off its new budget smartphone in its flagship mblu series, Meizu mblu 6T, on Wednesday in Beijing.
According to Pandaily’s report last week, Xiaomi Mi 8 will be officially released on May 31, but there will be another mysterious product to be released at this launch.
Haidilao International Holding Ltd., one of China’s most popular hot pot chains, submitted its prospectus to Hong Kong Stock Exchange on May 17.
Canaan Inc., a Chinese bitcoin mining company, applied to list on Hong Kong Stock Exchange on May 15.
OnePlus has just released its new flagship OnePlus 6 in Beijing on Thursday morning, 17th May. Compared to the previous product OnePlus 5T, OnePlus 6 has a significant upgrade of appearance as well as hardware configurations. Pandaily’s reporters witnessed the unveil of this flagship product at the launch.
On April 27, Ke Jie, the world’s second-ranked Go player competed against another AI Go program after having defeated by AlphaGo at 0-3 last year. (Go is an extremely intensive chess game, especially at higher level gameplays.)