OPPO launched its first full-screen mobile R11s on November 2, joining other major brands in providing full-screen products.
A BYD Tang was sighted in the parking lot of Chrysler's headquarters in Auburn Hills, Michigan in June. Chrysler purchased the vehicle as a reference for its forthcoming 2018 Jeep Cherokee. A US automaker was ‘learning’ from BYD Tang's experience.
China's four major phone manufacturers – Huawei, Xiaomi, OPPO and Vivo – will ship more than 400 million units this year, the Electronic Times reported on November 1. Domestic sales are expected to account for more than 60 percent of the total.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella visited Xiaomi Corp. to speak on the morning of October 31. After Nadella's talk, Lei gave him a Mi MIX 2 handset as a gift and accompanied Nadella in visiting the model Mi Home.
The era of foldable and bendable screens is on its way. China’s first flexible screen production line began in Chengdu on October 26, breaking the monopoly of foreign companies. The line is expected to accelerate the evolution of Chinese mobile electronics into the new era of flexible screens.
Xiaozhu announced it raised $120 million during its E-round financing on November 1. YF Capital led the round, and existing shareholders, such as JOY Capital, Morningside Venture Capital and Capital Today, increased their stake. TH Capital is Xiaozhu’s only financial adviser.
Last night, Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun announced in Weibo Xiaomi's shipment volume exceeded 10 million units this month, setting another milestone after September’s 10-million unit shipment.
The OnePlus 5 phone has been “sold out” for four months, according to the OnePlus website. That “sold out” notice could mean the company has been unable to keep up with demand. On the other hand, it might mean a new phone is on the way. Android Authority recently unveiled a rendering of the OnePlus…
Strategy Analytics released a report on October 29, showing Samsung still ranks first in the Indian mobile market with a 26 percent market share in Q3, Yonhap News Agency reported. Samsung has maintained its market share in India for a number of years.
Richard Liu, chairman of the board and CEO of JD.com, returned to Jiangsu Suqian Middle School to speak, revealing his childhood dream was to eat meat.
An unmanned noodle restaurant that promises hot bowls of noodles without staff assistance in less than one minute was this week's hot business topic.
OPPO will release its fullscreen mobile phone, the OPPO R11s, at a press conference on November 2. The company has gone through several rounds of promotion, unveiling the handset's appearance, features and more. The biggest remaining mystery is its price.
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The iPhone X opens for pre-orders on October 27 and begins shipping on November 3. But a number of videos online appear to show users playing with iPhone X handsets on the subway.
Internet giants Alibaba and JD.com are still flirting with plans to open self-serve stores, but the first group of similar businesses has imploded in Shanghai. BingoBox, the city's first self-service convenience store chain, closed its shops on Ouyangshang Road and Zhabei RM-Mart on September 27.