On February 7, Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus announced its latest Ace 2 model, a high-end device with impressive specifications and a focus on gaming.
Chinese drone and camera gimbal maker DJI on February 2 launched an L-Mount product for its integrated cinema camera system Ronin 4D, for a price of 2,499 yuan ($370).
Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus announced on February 1 that it had reached a three-year strategic cooperation with miHoYo's action role-playing game Genshin Impact.
Manu Kumar Jain, the global vice president of Chinese electronics giant Xiaomi, announced his resignation on January 30. Jain joined the firm in 2014 and joined its international business in July 2021. He has served as the head of Xiaomi's India business for a long time.
On January 27, Counterpoint Research, a global research firm, released its sales report for China's smartphone market in 2022. The country's smartphone sales declined 14% year-on-year in the previous year and reached their lowest level in a decade.
DJI, a Shenzhen-based civilian drones maker, on January 11 introduced the DJI RS 3 Mini, a lightweight handheld travel stabilizer developed specifically to support today's mainstream brands of mirrorless cameras and lenses.
Chinese smartphone brand realme officially confirmed on January 5 the launch of its GT Neo5 smartphone in mainland China in February. This all-new offering will be capable of 240W fast charging – the fastest speed under the Type-C standard.
After teasing its release for several days, Chinese smartphone manufacturer OnePlus finally unveiled its OnePlus 11 model for the domestic market on January 4.
Chinese smartphone brand OnePlus released a new motor that powers haptic feedback and other smartphone vibrations. The new component will make its debut in the upcoming flagship smartphone OnePlus 11, which is scheduled for launch on January 4.
Xiaomi sub-brand Redmi launched its new Redmi K60 smartphone series in China on December 27. The new lineup includes the Redmi K60, Redmi K60 Pro, and Redmi K60E. A "Speed Edition" for the Note 12 Pro has also been launched.
Apple announced the launch of a "New Year's Promotion" in China on December 27. However, some Chinese web users commented that Apple is only clearing out inventory via the New Year's promotion event.
Meizu, a Chinese consumer electronics manufacturer, announced on December 23 that it will build 1,000 stores in the next three years, covering not only mobile phones and vehicles, but also AR glasses, tablets, watches and smart home appliances.
Chinese smartphone brand OnePlus announced on December 26 that its OnePlus 11 5G flagship smartphone will be released in China on January 4, 2023.
DJI, a Shenzhen-based drone company, launched a new compact DJI Mic wireless microphone system for the mainland Chinese market on December 22, for a price tag of 1,499 yuan ($215).
The vivo S16 smartphone lineup was unveiled in China on December 22, comprised of three varying models – the S16 Pro, vanilla S16 and S16e. As usual, the lineup focuses on style with appealing design in the camera department.
Pete Lau, CEO of Chinese smartphone brand OnePlus, announced on December 19 that a launch event for the OnePlus 11 5G flagship smartphone will be held in New Delhi, India on February 7, 2023.
Promoters of the upcoming Chinese science-fiction movie "The Wandering Earth 2" released two trailers on domestic social media platform Weibo on December 19. The posts were evidently "sent from a OnePlus 11 Earth Engine Edition," in which "Earth Engine" is a key element in the Wandering Earth.
At the ninth anniversary of Chinese electronics firm OnePlus on December 17, company founder Pete Lau announced that they are now positioned as a performance-focused brand under OPPO. Additionally, OPPO will invest 10 billion yuan ($1.43 billion) in OnePlus throughout the next three years.
Chinese smartphone brand OnePlus has once again teamed up with Marvel to launch a new superhero-themed version of its OnePlus 10T smartphone.
Chinese smartphone manufacturer OPPO has decided to invest 10 billion yuan ($1.43 billion) in its sub-brand OnePlus.