Meizu just held a product launch event in Beijing for its latest flagship product – the Meizu 16.
Users can now preorder the Lamborghini edition of the OPPO Find X flagship phone starting August 2 afternoon, and it will be officially up for sale on August 10.
Pete Lau, the CEO and founder of OnePlus announced the release of the OnePlus 6 Red in the official OnePlus online community on July 2. Previously, OnePlus 6 was only available in Mirror Black, Midnight Black and Silk White.
After launching the Find X flagship smartphone at the Louvre in Paris earlier this month, OPPO has brought their latest device home for a launch in Beijing, China.
OPPO launched its latest flagship device, Find X, at the Louvre in Paris on June 19. The high-end smartphone from one of the largest smartphone makers in the world was revealed under much anticipation as the last member of the Find series, the Find 7, was released 4 years ago in 2014.
On May 17th, OnePlus will hold a press conference in Beijing to officially launch the new flagship OnePlus 6 phone. Prior to the product launch, public information on the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology in China is already showing a phone with the name “ONEPLUS A6000” and its detailed parameters.
On April 13th afternoon, the Xiaomi-backed Black Shark Technology company officially released its first flagship high-end gaming phone named BlackShark in China.
The Xiaomi MIX 2S is currently the only Chinese phone using the Snapdragon 845 processor. However, OnePlus 6, Vivo APEX, and Xiaomi 7 are all confirmed to be on their way. In addition, the Nubia Z18 and OPPO Find series are also expected to hit the market this year.
Lei Jun, CEO of Xiaomi, confirmed through Weibo that Xiaomi has invested in Black Shark, a gaming phone brand.
Xiaomi will hold a new product launch event in Shanghai on March 27 to release the new Xiaomi flagship MIX 2S. With eight days left on the countdown, Xiaomi released a poster with the slogan “a technology, an art”.
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.
Xiaomi confirmed it would be the first mobile phone manufacturer to release products based on Snapdragon 845 processor in China. Xiaomi said it also expects other “unique” products next year.