Since 2014, OPPO has been studying VOOC flash charging. And the company launched SuperVOOC 2.0 in 2019, which achieved the highest charging power ever on a mobile phone.
Despite Luo betraying his own brand and advertising for a competitor to repay his debts, his showmanship and flamboyant persona did the job quite well.
In early 2019, Xiaomi decided to veer away from a smartphone-centric development strategy and increase its investment in AIoT.
On March 25, several Pinduoduo employees stated on social media that Taobao implemented a so-called “risk control” strategy against them by blocking them from their platform.
Xiaomi seems to have entered the short-video field with its new app “Xi Gua Pi,” according to the official WeChat account Tech Planet.
On March 30, a well-known mobile phone industry insider, WinFuture’s Roland Quandt, revealed official renders of the OnePlus 8.
AI, Big Data, Telematics and Logistics services caught investors’ attention and raised significant funds, hinting at a bright future for such services in the digitizing world.
As the COVID-19 outbreak left many Chinese families struggling to pay their rents and mortgages, several cities introduced “relaxed” home purchase policies to alleviate people’s burden and reanimate the stagnating real estate market.
In May 2019, SF adjusted its product strategy to increase business volume and launched new products specifically designed for the e-commerce market and customers.
Cheese tea chain HeyTea is rumored to have completed a new round of financing led by Hillhouse Capital and Coatue with its post-investment valuation possibly exceeding 16 billion yuan.
Huawei will launch its latest P40 smartphone series on March 26.
Chinese EV-maker Xpeng Motors fully acquired another Guangdong-based EV maufacturer Foday through its subsidiary Zhaoqing New Energy Investment Company Ltd.
Tencent officially launched WeChat 7.0.12 on March 21. the latest version of the app will be supported by iOS 13 and above.
Xiaohongshu's possible Series E, US-based food delivery company seeing a surge in contactless takeaway orders, a Chinese ed-tech startup providing online research counseling, a medical diagnostic company and a major local hotel chain.
The mobile game industry has arguably become the biggest beneficiary of the COVID-19 outbreak.