At a press conference on November 20, OPPO released their new operation system Color OS 7.
Huawei’s highly anticipated folding screen flagship, the Mate X, was officially released at 10:08am on November 15 priced at 16,999 yuan.
On November 13, Motorola announced their new Razr phone, a modernized foldable smartphone, nearly identical to the classic model with the same name.
Xiaomi’s highly teased Mi CC9 Pro was finally launched in Beijing on November 5. The phone features five camera sensors and a massive 5,260mAh battery.
Chinese smartphone maker Smartisan celebrated the Halloween season by releasing its new flagship device, the Smartisan Nut Pro 3.
Chinese smart devices maker Xiaomi has announced that it will be launching a new smartphone featuring an unprecedented 100-megapixel sensor as the main sensor.
Huawei announced on October 23 that the company’s much-delayed folding phone, the 5G Mate X, is finally going on sale in China on November 15.
Chinese smartphone maker Meizu is facing a potential lawsuit from renowned certification and testing services provider, TUV Rheinland.
After a number of leaks, the Honor 20 Lite finally launched in China on October 22. The phone features a triple rear camera setup, a Kirin 710F processor, and a 6.3-inch full-HD OLED display.
Chinese smartphone company OPPO opened their Super Flagship Store in Bangkok, Thailand on October 22.
At a launch event in London, OPPO released the OPPO Reno 2, its newest generation of Reno smartphones, to the European market.
Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus launched its new OnePlus 7T series in China today, along with a limited OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren Edition.
OPPO sub-brand Realme officially launched their first flagship device Realme X2 Pro on October 15.
Chinese smartphone manufacturer OPPO held a product launch on October 10 in Chengdu, releasing a new flagship handset OPPO Reno Ace.
Here are the most popular Chinese smartphone brands that are not only well-retailed domestically, but also widely recognized overseas.