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OPPO sub-branch Realme launched Realme X, its first smartphone, on the Chinese market on May 15. The device is decently priced with a pop-up camera and interesting color options.
Need a new smartphone but haven’t decided which one to buy? Here are best Android phones released or upcoming in 2019 and we’ll regularly update the list.
Nubia launched their latest gaming phone, the Red Magic 3, in Beijing on Apr. 28. This is an affordable handset for frugal gamers who don’t want to compromise on either price or quality specs.
Xiaomi keeps coughing up new smartphones at an impressive rate. There’s the Mix series, the budget-friendly Redmi series and the standard Mi phones.
Realme, the Chinese smartphone brand that have built up a strong presence in Southeast Asia, announced its return to the homeland market on Apr. 24 on multiple Chinese social media platforms.
With 863 percent growth, OPPO became the fastest growing smartphone brand in the premium segment in 2018, according to Counterpoint Research.
OPPO just released their latest smartphone series Reno, the Reno standard edition and the high-end Reno 10x Hybrid Zoom.
ASUS might join the circle with its upcoming ASUS Zenfone according to leaked photos on Twitter.
Transsion, a Chinese smartphone manufacturer, which dominates the African market, is planning to go public on Shanghai’s technology innovation board.
China’s leading smartphone brands are all trying to improve their market competitiveness and expand market share through setting up new sub-brands.
Looks like OnePlus fans will be getting a treat sooner than expected as OnePlus has announced in a press release that it will be showcasing its first 5G prototype smartphone at MWC 2019 (Mobile World Congress).
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.
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.
Xiaomi announced on Jan. 3 that Redmi will become a sub-brand of the company via an image on its official website.