While players come and go in the fast-paced and ever-changing smartphone industry, these 10 Chinese smartphone companies, young and evergreen, stood out with great results amid crisis and uncertainties.
realme has rolled out its latest V15 smartphone, packing a 7nm MediaTek Dimensity 800U chipset, a 64MP triple camera module and a 5G modem.
Xiaomi’s CEO Jun Lei said during a livestream that the removal of the in-box phone charger with its new flagship Mi 11 was the implementation of an original idea he had five years ago.
Chinese vendors comprised 76% of total smartphone shipments in the third quarter, which has increased 2% from 2019.
Xiaomi has finally unveiled the Xiaomi Mi 11, its much anticipated latest flagship, on Monday evening Beijing time.
Xiaomi’s CEO Jun Lei officially disclosed the packaging of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Saturday and announced on Weibo the phone will not come with a charger in the box.
The Huawei nova 8 series debuted Wednesday afternoon with the nova 8 and nova 8 Pro.
The highly-anticipated Xiaomi Mi 11 series will launch on Dec. 28, a day earlier than rumored, the company confirmed on Monday.
Huawei released the HarmonyOS 2.0 Beta for developers on Dec. 16, in preparation for the public launch next year.
As Huawei’s launch day, Dec. 23, approaches, specifications about its new smartphones, Huawei nova 8 series including nova 8 and nova 8 Pro, and Huawei Enjoy 20 SE are tipped by smartphone bloggers.
According to previous tips, the Xiaomi Mi 11 series flagship is likely to be officially released at the end of December and will go on sale in early January.
Recently a market research company Counterpoint released a report about the global top 10 best-selling 5G smartphones by sales market share for September 2020.
Months after Xiaomi launched its Redmi Note 9 series overseas, the budget-friendly smartphone is now available to Chinese users.
The 5G phones are coming. Since 2018, many smartphone manufacturers have claimed that they are going to launch the world’s first 5G phone.
Huawei is selling its low-budget smartphone line Honor brand to a consortium including Chinese IT provider Digital China, three state-owned companies and electronics company TCL in a 100 billion yuan ($15.2 billion) deal