A surgeon in China successfully finished the world’s first telesurgery using 5G technology, the tech provider Huawei said on Jan.10.
Most smartphone giants have already settled on a yearly upgrade cycle, and industry spectators have a good estimation of the innovative smartphones that will be coming out in 2019.
Ren Zhengfei, founder of Huawei and father of Meng, stepped into the spotlight on Jan. 17 to shed light on the recent turn of events involving the Chinese tech giant.
ZTE Corporation announces that it has completed the world’s first 5G phone call, with the joint effort from telecom operator China Unicom’s Guangdong branch, based on the latest 3GPP protocol in Shenzhen, China.
On Jan. 14, OPPO announced the establishment of the Intelligent Devices Business Group and appointed Bobee Liu (the previous chief procurement office of OPPO), as deputy president of OPPO and president of the Intelligent Devices Business Group.
Technology made great advances in 2018. Wireless companies made grand progress in 5G technology; the uses of 3D-printing are expanding; and the first gene-edited twins were born. So what can we expect from 2019
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”.
China’s tech giant Huawei announced at a press conference on Dec. 18 that it has landed more than 25 contracts for 5G, which puts itself in a leading position in the global 5G commercial contracts.
First it was 5G, now it’s the cooperation with McLaren. OnePlus‘ pursuit of speed has impressed its global fans time and time again in 2018.
It is clear that the competition to dish out the first 5G phone is heating up, and the family feud between the sister brands OPPO, Vivo and Oneplus, all owned by BBK Electronics, won’t be stopping any time soon.
The arrest of Huawei‘s Global CFO Meng Wanzhou in Canada exploded on China’s social media giant Weibo on Dec.6. It broke the peace of a weekday morning, as well as the short-lived peace between China and U.S.
Even though we’re only through the first week of December, OnePlus is already getting ready to brace the new year with a 5G flagship smartphone, powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855.
It seems that China is making great strides in the 5G research, as OPPO joins the fray for establishing a stable 5G connection to face up to rivals OnePlus and Xiaomi.
Huawei was banned from supplying 5G technology in New Zealand due to national security concerns, joining a number of developed countries in their hesitation to collaborate with the Chinese telecommunications equipment maker.
On Nov. 22, Xiaomi president Lin Bin posted an image of the upcoming Mi MIX 3 on a Chinese social media platform, writing “This is probably the first Weibo post sent through a 5G network”.