On September 10, the new iPhone 11 and its superior versions, iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max, were unveiled at Apple’s Silicon Valley headquarters, spurring heated discussions on Chinese social media.
With a long battery life, decent display, a 48MP camera and a powerful chipset, the Redmi Note 7 is a great budget camera smartphone overall.
Redmi welcomed two new members to its Note series smartphones today, the Redmi Note 8 and Note 8 Pro.
On August 19th, Xiaomi, OPPO and Vivo announced the establishment of a communication alliance aiming at improving the cross-brand file transmission experience.
On August 13, Huawei confirmed that it has started research on 6G networks in Ottawa, Canada, according to Canadian media outlet The Logic.
Honor launched its new smart TV—Honor Vision—in Dongguan, China on Aug. 10. The screen is the first device to be powered by Huawei’s new Harmony OS.
On August 16 nubia will launch their new dual-screen smartphone in China. The device builds on the success of the nubia X, which debuted the brand’s dual-screen technology.
Taiwanese chip producer MediaTek (MTK) announced the launch of its first mobile phone chip series, the Helio G90, and the chip-level game optimization engine technology MediaTek HyperEngine.
China’s ByteDance, owner of the popular TikTok streaming app, is confirmed on July 29 to be taking a step into hardware to develop its own smartphone.
Apart from the Kirin 985 on Huawei Mate 30 series, Huawei might release the world’s first 5G chip that integrates application processors (AP) and baseband radio processors (BP).
Honor launched the Honor 9X and Honor 9X Pro today in Xi’an China. The Honor 8X upgrades features a full-screen display with a pop-up selfie cameras.
“Tracing the Sky”, an artwork cooperated with OPPO, is due to kick off on July 14 in Manchester.
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.
On July 2, Xiaomi launched three new smartphones – the Mi CC9, Mi CC9e and Mi CC9 Meitu Edition – under its new Mi CC series.
The foldable Huawei Mate X is slated to launch by September at the latest, according to a Huawei executive who spoke to TechRadar this week.