Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has decided to build cars, amid a period of stagnant growth across the global smartphone industry, according to Chinese media outlet LatePost.
Huawei CEO Ren Zhengfei responded to a series of hotspot issues about the company, including whether to sell its terminal business.
Xiaomi announced the shutdown of MiTalk last Tuesday, the same day Tencent unveiled an ambitious vision for WeChat. Why couldn't these apps achieve the same success?
Fruit-themed WeChat game Merging Watermelon went viral over the weekend and is still trending on microblogging platform Weibo.
realme has rolled out its latest V15 smartphone, packing a 7nm MediaTek Dimensity 800U chipset, a 64MP triple camera module and a 5G modem.
Xiaomi’s CEO Jun Lei said during a livestream that the removal of the in-box phone charger with its new flagship Mi 11 was the implementation of an original idea he had five years ago.
Xiaomi’s CEO Jun Lei officially disclosed the packaging of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Saturday and announced on Weibo the phone will not come with a charger in the box.
Huawei released the HarmonyOS 2.0 Beta for developers on Dec. 16, in preparation for the public launch next year.
According to previous tips, the Xiaomi Mi 11 series flagship is likely to be officially released at the end of December and will go on sale in early January.
A Chinese court has found phone manufacturer Gionee guilty of intentionally implanting malware in more than 21.75 million smartphones to generate revenue from users.
Months after Xiaomi launched its Redmi Note 9 series overseas, the budget-friendly smartphone is now available to Chinese users.
Smartphone maker Xiaomi revealed strong growth momentum in the third quarter of 2020 and posted record high quarterly revenue of 72.2 billion yuan ($10.98 billion), according to its unaudited financial report announced Tuesday.
It’s a common phenomenon in many Southeast Asian countries: Young people snatch up the latest smartphone models online — but rarely are they satisfied with what comes in the mail.
South Korea’s Samsung reclaimed the top spot, replacing Huawei whose shipments slumped domestically and globally. Huawei, Xiaomi, Apple and Vivo ranked two to five, respectively.
Chinese smartphone manufacturer Realme becomes the fastest growing brand to reach the 50 million smartphone sales milestone in only nine months.