On Dec. 26, exactly one year after China Unicom became the official telecommunication services partner of the 2022 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games in Beijing, the company held a launch event entitled “5G enabling smart Winter Olympics”.
Honor released another attractive mobile phone, the Honor 8X, in the early September in China. It’s a well-designed, good-looking, and budget-friendly Chinese Android phone under $300.
China's 50 billionth package of this year came into being.
This year's overseas monthly active users (MAU) of Ctrip, a Chinese travel-booking company, took up nearly half of its total MAU, Ctrip CEO Sun Jie announced in an open letter on Dec. 28.
Some 33 Chinese companies got listed on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq in 2018, a great leap from 2017's 17 listings.
Here is this week's roundup of China tech stories.
Neither the gamer nor the Instagrammer will be disappointed with the last Chinese flagship of the year. The new Honor V20 released on Dec. 26 sports the powerful Kirin 980 chipset, plenty of RAM for a smooth gaming experience, and triple rear cameras for taking ultra-clear photos.
LinkSure Literature, the online reading platform under LinkSure Network, has finalized its Series A round of funding, with investors led by Hopu Fund. After the financing, the valuation of the company has reached $1 billion, making it a new unicorn amid this year's “capital winter”.
Leaked sketches of OPPO's next handset surfaced online on Dec. 24, showing what seems to be the company's 2019 smartphone — the OPPO F19.
Yuanfudao, an online tutoring platform based in Beijing, has raised $300 million from Chinese Internet conglomerate Tencent in a deal that values the education company at $3 billion.
Phones with increasingly high screen-to-body ratios are one of the new trends in the smartphone industry. Here are the best Chinese phones launched in 2018 with virtually bezel-less screens.
Xiaomi launched its Play series, a delicately designed low-range product, on Christmas Eve.
On Dec. 23, Mobike's internal letter disclosed that Mobike founder Hu Weiwei resigned from the position of Mobike's CEO for personal reasons
In episode 33 of TechBuzz China, co-hosts Ying-Ying Lu and Rui Ma talk about Tencent Music (TME), which finally completed its $1.2 billion IPO after a two-month delay due to market volatility.