LeEco held a meeting in Beijing on Monday to announce the official return of its mobile phone business. The target users of its new product S1 include taxi drivers, food deliverymen, and older users.
UNISOC (Shanghai) Technologies Co., Ltd. occupied a market share of 8.4% in global smartphone application processors during the second quarter of 2021, ranking third in the open market (excluding Apple).
According to statistics from China's customs officials, in the first eight months, China exported 137.7 billion yuan of automotive goods (including chassis), an increase of 111.1%.
Guangdong OPPO Mobile Telecommunications Corp., Ltd. now holds 3% of Shenzhen Adaps Photonics Technology's shares.
News emerged that Tesla had temporarily halted some operations at its Shanghai factory last month for four days due to the global shortage of semiconductors. Tesla responded that there is no relevant news at present.
Xiaomi Inc. outlined plans to continue its advance into the competitive field of autonomous vehicles and expressed confidence in its ability to overcome challenges posed by the ongoing global chip shortage.
Some chip factories in Malaysia are "paralyzed" under the pandemic, which will worsen the current chip shortage problem. Founder of Xpeng, expressed his concern about the lack of semiconductor chips.
Chinese electric vehicle (EV) maker NIO saw its deliveries fall in May due to a global semiconductor shortage, while rival XPeng’s sales continued to grow at a robust pace as the company managed to prevent the chip crisis from hobbling its business.
Chinese electric vehicle makers Nio and Xpeng both reported record deliveries during the first quarter of 2021, despite seasonal industry-wide slowdown in car sales and ongoing complications due to a global chip shortage.
Volvo Cars said on Wednesday that they will suspend or adjust production at their factories in China and the United States this month, citing a global chip shortage.
Chinese electric carmaker XPeng Motors said it has not been affected by the global chip supply shortage and plans to launch its third production model in the fourth quarter of 2021.
Volkswagen, the biggest foreign automaker in China, has downplayed the impact of a global chip supply shortage caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, refuting claims that its automotive production has been completely halted.