OnePlus CEO Pete Lau confirmed to The Verge that the company’s next flagship devices will feature a display with a 120Hz refresh rate.
TikTok, a leading short video application developed by ByteDance, is considering launching new streaming featured content designed to be viewed on screens vertically.
Chinese telecom giant Huawei has recruited executives from BAIC Group to augment their capabilities in smart automotive solutions.
Chinese smartphone innovator OnePlus unveiled their first ever concept phone, the Concept One, at CES 2020 in Las Vegas.
Byton Motors, a Chinese electric vehicle company, has signed a partnership agreement with SK Telecom, South Korea’s largest telecom operator.
Lin Bin, cofounder and president of Xiaomi’s mobile department revealed that the flagship Xiaomi Mi 10 will be launched in the first quarter of 2020, featuring Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 chipset.
Following Alibaba’s historic secondary listing on the Hong Kong stock exchange, other Chinese tech giants including Baidu are considering a similar strategy, according to IPOzaozhidao.
Baojun released on Sunday their RC-6 vehicle, fully equipped with Huawei’s latest in-car technology including AI voice control, intelligent driving, networking and image recognition.
Royole Corporation is seeking a US IPO, aiming to raise $1 billion, a person familiar with the situation told Leidi.com.
On December 26, Huawei Cloud launched its cloud-based enterprise software WeLink for both governments and companies alike.
Huawei recently responded to reporting from the Wall Street Journal, insisting that Huawei’s relationship with the Chinese Government is no different than other private companies’.
According to 36Kr, Sinovation Ventures’ AI subsidiary, Chuangxin Qizhi, completed its latest round of financing totaling nearly $57 million.
Further investigation later revealed that the cause of the Xpeng G3 EV fire was likely an excess of charcoal and lighters found just near the wreckage.
Chinese citizens enjoy a level of digital convenience in their daily lives that cannot be matched by any other nation.
Alibaba’s financial services spin-off, Ant Financial, is said to have acquired a sizable stake in Vietnamese e-wallet eMonkey, according to Reuters.