The Xiaomi Watch 2 boasts a 1.43-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 466x466 pixels and a peak brightness of 600 nits.
Xiaomi 13 Ultra, the latest result of Xiaomi and Leica's collaboration in further advancing mobile imaging technology, debuted today at a launch event on April 18.
Chinese new energy automobile company BYD is about to launch a smart watch product to replace current car keys.
DJI, a Shenzhen-based drone firm, is expected to release a new model in its Air lineup in the near future, along with a new FPV goggles with Lite in its official name.
London-based consumer tech startup Nothing unveiled its newest wireless headphones on October 26, dubbed the "Ear (stick)."
On September 27, PICO, a VR device brand owned by ByteDance, held a new product launch conference in Qingdao, Shandong Province, to announce the launch date and price of its PICO 4 Pro.
PICO, a smart wearables brand acquired by ByteDance, has announced that its new product will be unveiled at 14:00 GMT+2 on September 22. It could represent an important step for PICO to focus on overseas market expansion and enter into more direct competition with Meta's Quest.
Mi Camera Glasses, a product of Xiaomi’s Mijia ecosystem, announced over-the-air upgrades on September 10, providing support for new functions such as animal and plant identification.
Consulting firm IDC China reported on September 2 that in the second quarter of 2022, China shipped 309,000 AR/VR headsets, including 12,000 units of AR devices and 297,000 units of VR devices.
Chinese technology company Lenovo released AR smart glasses product Glasses T1, which is similar to a set of sunglasses and is aimed at mobile offices, gaming and watching movies.
Nreal, a consumer AR glasses brand, held its first AR glasses launch event in Beijing on August 23, formally unveiling three new hardware products for the Chinese market.
Xiaomi has officially unveiled its Xiaomi Mi Band 4 in June 2019, which is an upgraded version of its predecessor Mi Band 3.
Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun announced yesterday on his personal blog his vision for the future of AIoT and smart home technology in the Xiaomi ecosystem.
On March 20th, a top executive from a supply chain of Huawei TV revealed to a reporter from Jiemian News that the Huawei TV will be released next month.
On Sept. 4, Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi officially launched its Mi TV 4A 32-inch in Indonesia. The product is Xiaomi‘s first smart TV to officially enter the Indonesian market and is sold at a much lower price than its competitors.
Smart speakers, voice interaction and interconnection functions in smart home appliances were the critical developments in the Chinese smart devices market in the first quarter of 2018.