Xiaomi launched four refrigerators today in various sizes, storage volumes and prices to accommodate China’s massive consumer base and further expand its smart device portfolio.
Ming-Chi Kuo, analyst at TF International Securities and a respected Apple pundit, reported on October 7 that Apple will not be cutting the supply for the iPhone 11 series.
On September 29, OPPO became the exclusive official global smartphone partner for League of Legends esports international events, announced by Riot Games.
On September 30, Transsion, known as the “king of mobile phones in Africa”, raised nearly $4 billion in an IPO on Shanghai’s Star Market.
Chinese smartphone maker Realme has launched their new X2 smartphone on September 24.
Lei Jun stated at the 16th China-ASEAN Expo which kicked off on September 21 that Xiaomi’s overseas business is now covering all 10 ASEAN countries.
Huawei has announced on its official Twitter account that it will be revealing its highly anticipated new Mate 30 series flagships in Munich, Germany on September 19.
Here are some of the most highly anticipated smartphones that are due to launch next month.
On August 15, Lenovo released a financial report for the first fiscal quarter of the 2019/20 fiscal year. Lenovo Group’s performance had a remarkable start.
Recently, Chinese smartphone giant Xiaomi filed a patent in the database of the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO).
OPPO announced the winners of their inaugural awards for their photography community, the OPPO Creators Awards 2019, with several photography lovers selected from thousands across the world.
“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.
Among the top five global smartphone companies, Chinese vendors Huawei, OPPO and Xiaomi continue growing their shipment volumes, while the thronetakers Samsung and Apple lost their units in the fourth quarter of 2018 (4Q18).