Chinese tech giant Huawei held a launch event on November 2 during which it released its foldable Pocket S smartphone, equipped with a 40MP main camera and HarmonyOS 3.0. The event also saw the unveiling of the Huawei WATCH GT Cyber, a new generation of all-in-one MateStation X, and other products.
DJI, a civilian drone and aerial imaging technology provider based in China, on November 2 unveiled the Mavic 3 Classic, giving creators a new way to experience the Hasselblad camera and flight performance of the firm's Mavic 3 Series.
On November 2, the Xiaomi 12S Ultra Concept Edition was officially unveiled, which features a unique rear camera setup that includes a removable Leica lens for enhanced photography. Xiaomi and German camera maker Leica jointly released the Xiaomi 12S Ultra in July this year.
Chinese telecoms and consumer electronics giant Huawei unveiled a new budget smartphone model called the nova Y61 for the global market on November 1.
Huawei announced on October 31 that its Mate Xs 2 folding smartphone launched in April will support Beidou satellite communications. When implemented, the model will become the world's first foldable smartphone to support this convenient function.
Leading Chinese drone firm DJI released a new combo for Air 2S unmanned aerial vehicle model, replacing the original controller with the newly launched DJI RC.
On October 28, Shenzhen-based consumer-grade wireless AR glasses manufacturer INMO released its second generation AR glasses INMO Air2, a smart ring INMO Ring, and INMOVERSE, a metaverse application.
Shenzhen-based drone company DJI has recently announced that it will hold a product launch event at 9:00 am (EDT) on November 2, with the slogan "Explore Vivid."
London-based consumer tech startup Nothing unveiled its newest wireless headphones on October 26, dubbed the "Ear (stick)."
On October 26, Shenzhen-based drone maker DJI released multiple upgrades for its Mini 3 Pro drone, such as an enhanced image transmission function.
On the evening of October 24, OPPO's smartphone brand OnePlus released a limited edition of Ace Pro model co-branded with popular mobile game Genshin Impact.
The popularity of consumer-facing smart glasses is on the rise in China. Since the beginning of this year, Nreal, Rokid, Thunderbird Innovation and a Xiaomi-affiliated firm have all released new products, including AR glasses and corresponding intelligent terminal equipment.
Chinese telecoms giant Huawei has announced that it will hold a new product launch conference on November 2, during which its second vertically foldable smartphone, Pocket S, will officially debut.
On the afternoon of October 24, Chinese smartphone manufacturer vivo held an imaging strategy conference. It unveiled a new self-developed imaging chip, although the name has not yet been announced.
AutoNavi, a digital map and navigation service provider backed by Alibaba, announced on October 21 that it was the first one in China to adapt to Apple iPhone14 Pro and iPhone14 Pro Max's Dynamic Island feature.
Chinese smartphone brand vivo will commence an Imaging Strategy Conference at 14:00 on October 24, Beijing Time, during which it will bring forward a new generation of flagship imaging products.
Augmented reality device startup Thunderbird Innovation on October 20 released a new generation of XR glasses called the Thunderbird Air 1S, priced at 2,499 yuan ($344) and capable of covering many scenarios.
Chinese research firm Analysys released a report detailing the market share of AR glasses in China in the third quarter of this year, showing that Xiaomi's AR glasses ranking fourth with a market share of 8.5%.
Carl Pei, CEO of Nothing and Co-Founder of OnePlus, announced on October 18 that the price of the Ear (1) wireless headphones under the Nothing brand will be increased from $99 to $149 from October 26 due to rising costs.
The next flagship smartphone model to be released by Shenzhen-based consumer electronics firm OnePlus would be named the OnePlus 11, and it will still be available in Pro versions.