The pneumonia epidemic caused by the novel coronavirus has had a considerable impact on the Chinese mobile phone industry.
Xiaomi launched POCO in 2018 as a premium smartphone brand expected to take on competitors like OnePlus and Samsung on the global stage.
Three smartphone patent applications by Chinese electronics company Xiaomi have been revealed recently, giving us a peek into its latest pop-up camera design.
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Lin Bin, cofounder and president of Xiaomi’s mobile department revealed that the flagship Xiaomi Mi 10 will be launched in the first quarter of 2020, featuring Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 chipset.
“On the first work day of 2020, Chang Cheng will join Xiaomi as the vice president of Xiaomi Group, responsible for smartphone product planning.”
On December 22, Chinese software developer Kingsoft issued a proposal for a spin-off and independent listing announcement, regarding its sub-branch Kingsoft Cloud.
OPPO announced that the company will allocate $145 million to support mobile application developers to advance their goal of creating an open shared mobile ecosystem.
On December 18, Chinese phone-maker Realme announced its full-stack financial services platform called Realme PaySa in India.
Chinese smartphone-maker and AIoT powerhouse, Xiaomi, has been under siege recently by internet users accusing the company of harming the image of China-made goods.
After months of leaks and teasers, Xiaomi finally unveiled the new Redmi K30 5G. At 1999 yuan ($285), it is currently the cheapest 5G smartphone on the market.
According to IDC, global shipments of wearable devices totaled 84.5 million units in the third quarter of 2019, a year-over-year increase of 94.6% and a new record for quarterly shipments.
Chinese IoT powerhouse and prominent smartphone maker Xiaomi officially entered the Japanese market on December 9.
Xiaomi, the No.1 smartphone brand in India, has forayed into online lending, launching ‘Mi Credit’ in India, joining a growing wave of fintech startups in the South Asian nation.
At the Qualcomm Snapdragon Tech Summit on December 3, Xiaomi announced that they will be the first to use the new chipsets.