OnePlus will launch its OnePlus 8 series in mid-April, with possibly a regular version, a Pro version and a Lite version.
Vivo's new NEX 3S is equipped with the new Snapdragon 865. It also comes with LPDDR5 memory and UFS3.1 flash memory, offering 8GB+128GB and 8GB+256GB storage options.
Huawei opened its first flagship store in France on March 5.
The Xiaomi-backed gaming technology company Black Shark is getting closer to the release its first 5G gaming phone, the Black Shark 3.
If you are tired of the tangled wires while charging your phone, maybe you’d like to buy a wireless charging one.
Huawei chairman Liang Hua disclosed that the telecom giant will build its first European 5G manufacturing facility in France.
On February 25, Chinese smart device brand OPPO announced the launch of its latest 5G flagship Find X2 series.
Honor's new 9X Pro and V30 Pro will be preloaded with Huawei Mobile Services, with hardware being identical to their Chinese versions.
Equipped with a Snapdragon 865 processor and supporting 5G, Realme's new X50 Pro marks the company's first entrance into the next generation wireless era.
Huawei's Mate Xs is a next generation version of the groundbreaking Mate X presented at MWC 2019 in Barcelona.
On February 24th, Xiaomi’s budget sub-brand Redmi announced that its flagship K20 Pro has been officially discontinued.
New smartphones with latest features are waiting in the wings. Here let’s see some of the most exciting upcoming gadgets with the hottest mobile phone trends in 2020.
Unfortunately MWC 2020 Barcelona has been cancelled due to the coronavirus, but below have a look at the most high anticipated Chinese smartphones set to debut.
Huawei officially revealed its business results Thursday for the whole of 2019, showing record results despite significant problems with the US.
For the already-launched smartphones, we’ve rounded up the best gadgets for 2019, which you can consider buying right now. Here are the most anticipated upcoming mobile phones for 2020.