“I think we’re in a new territory,” posited renowned British photographer Martin Parr on the sweeping changes brought to his trade by the now ubiquitous smartphone camera.
Smartphone maker vivo has confirmed the release date of its newest smart phone. September 9 will see the new lineup of phones unveiled to the public, including vivo X70, X70 Pro and X70 Pro+.
On Friday, Hu Baishan, the Executive Vice President of Chinese technology company Vivo announced that its X70 smartphone series will feature self-developed V1 imaging chips, to be released in September.
Noted tech leaker, Shumaxianliaozhan, revealed on Thursday that OPPO was reportedly ready to release a mid-to high-end tablet with narrow edge and similar appearance to Huawei's MatePad Pro 12.6.
Hong Kong-based Allsaints Music Group announced on Tuesday that it had raised $60 million in a Series B1 round of financing. CMB International and OPPO led the round, followed by Xiaomi and Huiyou Capital.
Dada Group, a Chinese on-demand distribution and retail platform, announced on Monday that it has reached a strategic cooperation agreement with mobile phone manufacturer Vivo.
Chinese electronics company Xiaomi has taken second place from Apple in the global smartphone shipments ranking during the second quarter of 2021, according to Canalys.
On Monday, Vivo posted on its official WeChat account asking App developers to ensure that their apps and programs are in line with privacy compliance requirements. Should any app fail to meet the requirements, it will be removed from app stores.
The tragic surge in Covid-19 infections across India, the second largest mobile phone manufacturer after China, has led to lower manufacturing output than expected, complicating the operations of a range of Chinese smartphone brands.
Chinese smartphone maker Vivo’s sub-brand iQOO unveiled a new gaming phone Neo5 on Tuesday, boasting a significant upgrade from its predecessor, the iQOO Neo3.
While players come and go in the fast-paced and ever-changing smartphone industry, these 10 Chinese smartphone companies, young and evergreen, stood out with great results amid crisis and uncertainties.
Recently a market research company Counterpoint released a report about the global top 10 best-selling 5G smartphones by sales market share for September 2020.
Vivo revealed its new Android operating system OriginOS at the 2020 Developer Conference. OriginOS offers an array of original features and different customization options.
Several Chinese mobile internet browsers issued self inspection and rectification notices on Tuesday, and will fix existing network problems from now until Nov. 9.
Global smartphone manufacturer Vivo is extending its fanbase to European markets with its entry into six European countries – France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Spain and the United Kingdom.
Huawei is the most valuable consumer electronics company in China with a valuation of 1.1 trillion yuan ($164.3 billion), according to Hurun China Top 10 Most Valuable Consumer Electronics Companies 2020, published on Oct. 12.
China has reached more than 110 million 5G users, making it the biggest 5G market in the world, said China Academy for Information and Communications Technology.
Three major Chinese telecom operators, China Telecom, China Mobile and China Unicom plan to build a total of 500,000 5G base stations, according to their published investment plans.
Vivo launched on Sept. 7 a global initiative, VISION+, in partnership with National Geographic at a press conference at the Enjoy Museum of Art in Beijing.
Ming-Chi Kuo predicts that Huawei’s competitiveness and smartphone market share will drop regardless of if the company gets its components.