India’s gaming industry has finally picked up! Even though it is going to be a while until it becomes as big as that in China, it is amazing to watch the boom of an industry and imagine if this is how it used to be when gaming started to become popular in the Middle Kingdom.
Chinese mobile technology company OnePlus unveiled on September 26 its new and highly anticipated OnePlus 7T flagship series, the OnePlus 7T and OnePlus 7T Pro, in India.
Manu Kumar Jain, Xiaomi Global Vice President and India Managing Director, announced on social media that Xiaomi TV has ranked first in the Indian market for five consecutive quarters.
Vivo launched their new device Vivo Z1 Pro in India on July 3. The device targets Gen-Z consumers with a punch hole display selfie snapper, triple camera setup and a humongous 5,000 mAh battery.
As a reporter, I travel a lot and have known China and Silicon Valley all my life. However, there's one place that has always intrigued me—India. Following OnePlus' launch event in Bangalore, India, I finally got a chance to visit this mysterious land of excitement.
TikTok users in India can breathe a sigh of relief as the temporary ban on the app downloads gets lifted, making the app available for download again.
Xiaomi has set a world record by opening 500 new Mi stores in India, all in a single day.
Chinese consumer appliance manufacturer Midea Group announced on Saturday that it will be investing 13.5 billion rupees ($190 million) over the next five years to set up a Science and Technology Park in India.
Chinese telecom equipment maker Huawei launched a new OpenLab in New Delhi, India last Friday. OpenLab aims to build an industry ecosystem and serve as an innovation platform for Huawei.
Mainland China has 243 million iPhone users. But seriously, how many of those iPhone users could really afford the latest iPhone Xs?
At the end of last year, Xiaomi accomplished a feat that no other smartphone manufacturer had been able to do in the past six years in India. Xiaomi surpassed Samsung to become India's largest smartphone brand. This was an important milestone for the Chinese manufacturer, especially considering Xiaomi started selling phones just three years ago.
The latest market research data show that among the top 10 best-selling smartphone brands in India in Q4 2017, all except Samsung are Chinese manufacturers, whose total market share exceeds 50 percent.
The Indian market is where China's smartphone manufacturers perform best with regards to internationalization. The Indian smartphone market grew by 14 percent last year, more than any other country. Chinese brands made up 53 percent of smartphone sales, according to the latest foreign media news.
UC Browser announced its monthly active user count in India and Indonesia reached 170 million, with 130 million in India and 40 million in Indonesia.
Xiaomi surpassed Samsung as the largest smartphone brand in India in January and announced a product release conference in New Delhi on February 14.