Transsion, a Chinese smartphone manufacturer, which dominates the African market, is planning to go public on Shanghai’s technology innovation board.
On March 18, Redmi Note 7 Pro is officially launched, priced at 1599 yuan ($238), with Redmi 7 starting from 699 yuan ($104).
In the annual 315 evening gala, a tv show that celebrates consumer rights day, companies that range from the food industry to the tech sector are all facing collective examination.
On March 15, Huawei Technologies announced plans to adopt Open Rack in its new public cloud data centers worldwide in San Jose, California. The move is designed to enhance the environmental sustainability of Huawei’s new public cloud data centers by using less energy for servers, while driving operational efficiency by reducing the time it takes to install and maintain racks.
On March 15, Tesla launched its last piece of the Model series, the Model Y. It is more of an affordable version of Model 3.
On the evening of Mar. 14, Xiaomi canceled the official sales of Xiaomi Mi 9 SE and Mi 9 Transparent Edition. In the first two rounds of pre-sales, Mi 9 was sold out in less than one minute.
24 hours after the plane crash, the topic of her death climbed to the top list of Weibo, attracting hundreds of millions of clicks.
On March 14, Huawei launched its new “lite” flagship, Nova 4e, the first smartphone equipped with a 32 MP front camera, at Damei Art Center in Beijing.
On March 7th, NBA China and Alibaba Group announced today that an expansion of their partnership will bring content from the NBA to Alibaba’s platforms for the first time, as well as including an enhanced online shopping experience for consumers in China.
On Mar. 6, Meizu officially released its latest smartphone Note9 in Beijing, price starts at 1398 yuan.
Here’s this week’s roundup of China tech stories.
On March 7th, Huawei announced that it has filed a lawsuit against the US government, challenging the constitutionality of Section 889 of 2019 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which sets a strong restriction against Huawei’s businesses within the US.
Despite the heavy smog, the Great Hall of the people, where the sessions took place was filled with proactive voices and new ideas. Every year, delegates, the elites from all walks of life gather together in the capital to discuss the country’s most pressing issues.
“Tick tock!” The clock is ticking. There are only 30 minutes left, and still I have half of the paper to be filled out. The invigilator’s steps pound on the floor, causing a vibration in my chest, even though she is not wearing high heels.
On Feb. 28, Baidu launched two new AI-based IoT smart devices for the Chinese market– Xiaodu TV Mate and the Xiaodu Smart Display 1S.