Chinese smartphone maker Vivo is expected to debut their sub-brand iQOO in the Indian market by March 2020, according to 91mobiles. IQOO will exist as an independent entity, similar to Xiaomi’s spin off of their POCO sub-brand in India.
Xiaomi launched POCO in 2018 as a premium smartphone brand expected to take on competitors like OnePlus and Samsung on the global stage.
The Reno3 Pro 5G-Pantone 2020 Classic Blue phone officially went on sale Friday with a price tag of 4,199 yuan ($604). The upgraded 12GB + 256GB version is priced at 4,499 yuan.
According to Business Today, an Indian executive of smartphone manufacturer OPPO stated on Tuesday that the company aims to produce 100 million smartphones in India this year.
On December 24, Realme officially announced that its first 5G smartphone, the Realme X50 will be unveiled at the company’s launch event on January 7, 2020 in Beijing.
According to TrendForce, Apple's mobile phone shipments are expected to surpass those of Huawei in the fourth quarter of 2019 thanks to the success of the iPhone 11 in China.
Xiaomi is planning to enter Japan in 2020 by offering their comparable flagships at a lower price point in an effort to displace market leader Apple
Samsung is facing an uphill battle in the Chinese smartphone sector and planning to downsize its Chinese offices to combat the increasingly intense competition.
On October 31 the three main Chinese carriers debuted 5G mobile phone services, a milestone in the country’s push to become a technology power.
This is yet another double-digit growth for Huawei for the sixth consecutive quarter against the backdrop of a gloomy Chinese market.
Here are some of the most highly anticipated smartphones that are due to launch next month.
Smartphones online sales took a nosedive in the first quarter of 2019, according to Counterpoint Research.
The warnings were clear when CEO Tim Cook released a letter to investors on January 2, 2019, revising Apple’s Q1 guidance projections to reflect a stagnating hardware business, especially in China.
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.
“The viral story titled Global Smartphone Sales in January by GfK quoted unofficial data and published fake numbers without authorization, which infringes our trademark and left a negative impact on us and our partners,” the market research company GfK China announced on March 27.