Huawei will unveil its P20 series, including the P20, P20 Pro, and P20 Lite, at its release conference on March 27. The P20 Lite appeared in Vodafone's March catalog with all specifications released.
The latest market research data show that among the top 10 best-selling smartphone brands in India in Q4 2017, all except Samsung are Chinese manufacturers, whose total market share exceeds 50 percent.
The 2018 Mobile World Congress (MWC) is now underway in Barcelona, Spain. ASUS CEO Jerry Shen unveiled the Taiwanese tech company's latest flagship smartphones series, including the ZenFone 5, 5Z and 5 Lite.
Prior to the commencement of the 2018 Mobile World Congress (MWC2018) in Barcelona, Huawei held a pre-exhibition conference on February 25 and released the Matebook X Pro, the world's first FullView touchscreen laptop.
On February 21, Android Authority leaked photos and details about the ZTE Blade X2 Max.
On February 19, Xiaomi opened its first authorized store in the Philippines and attracted more than 2000 people to the store.
Several Xiaomi smartphones have been recently leaked. Of them all, the MIX 2S has attracted the most attention with its flagship performance and novel design. Sources say that Xiaomi will unveil the MIX 2S at the 2018 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona later this month.
Xiaomi will likely release the MIX 2S smartphone after Chinese New Year. A Weibo user unveiled the appearance, design, and configuration information of MIX 2S. This phone seems to integrate screen fingerprint technology.
Huawei brought its Mate 10 Pro into the American market at CES. But under pressure from Washington, AT&T pulled out at the last minute and decided not to carry the phone. At this time, the Mate 10 Pro is not sold by any mainstream operator.
Google announced it purchased the Pixel HTC intelligent mobile phone team for $1.1 billion.
Data from Canalys showed that China's smartphone market has stagnated and smartphone shipments fell for the first time in 2017.
An army of Chinese brands led by Xiaomi has come to dominate the domestic smartphone market. SONY, Samsung, Blackberry and a large number of overseas brands have become its victims. Foreign media reported that Samsung's smartphone market share in China fell to 2 percent in Q3, putting it in ninth place.