The latest hot topic to arise from the intensifying struggle between Huawei and the U.S. is the Chinese tech giant’s proprietary operating system “Hongmeng”.
On Apr.24, OPPO held its European launch event in Zürich for their latest device – OPPO Reno. There are three different editions: the standard version, 10x Zoom edition and the 5G edition.
Lenovo today released its brand new flagship, the Lenovo Z6 Pro, at its Beijing headquarters with all the latest specs on the market and a very affordable price tag of $432.
Huawei’s newest flagships P30 and P30 Pro are scheduled to be released in Paris on Mar. 26. As the release date is approaching, we’ve seen a few details leaking out here and there over the course of the preceding months.
“Say hello to Reno!” This is not a reference to the city in Nevada, but a brand new product line launched by Chinese smartphone company OPPO.
On Mar. 6, Meizu officially released its latest smartphone Note9 in Beijing, price starts at 1398 yuan.
Huawei will launch its P30 series on March 26 in Paris, according to the company’s senior executive.
With the coming of the 5G era, Vivo is expected to launch a new flagship sub-brand named iQOO.
OPPO continues its tour through Europe. On Feb. 1, the Chinese smartphone brand announced its official entry into the UK, Turkey, and Poland. During the same conference, the company also released a number of flagship products.
Chinese smartphone company OnePlus recorded its highest ever shipments in a single quarter (Q4 2018) to lead India’s premium smartphone segment for three successive quarters, capturing a 36 percent market share.
2018 was a rather quiet year for Meizu compared to its industry peers. This year, however, the smartphone brand started out by making headlines with a radical concept phone—Meizu Zero.
Vivo unveiled its Apex 2019 smartphone today and broke all conceptual barriers for smartphone makers.
Amidst the recent undesirable turn of events, Huawei is keeping its head above water throughout the race for 5G.
Chinese electronics company Xiaomi’s co-founder and president Lin Bin teases a three-panel foldable phone on China’s social media platform Weibo. Lin claims it to be the world’s first double folding smartphone.
One year after Vivo released the innovative bezel-less APEX, the company upgraded it to the APEX 2019, as Vivo’s weibo post suggests on Jan. 18.