Harrison Jiang, Chief Marketing Officer of Honor's consumer business in China, announced on September 5 that the global users of the Honor X series smartphone had exceeded 100 million, and revealed the upcoming release of new products.
Major television manufacturer Konka and Smartisan OS, the original R&D team for Smartisan which was acquired by ByteDance, cooperated to develop a screen operating system on Monday.
Chinese smartphone maker Vivo released new flagship NEX 3 5G smartphone on September 16 in Shanghai.
Leaked sketches of OPPO's next handset surfaced online on Dec. 24, showing what seems to be the company's 2019 smartphone — the OPPO F19.
Xiaomi officially launched its new flagship phone— the Mi MiX 3 at the Forbidden City in Beijing on Oct. 25. The total shipment was expected to reach 100 million by the end of October, completing the phone’s annual goal of 2018 in advance.
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.
Huawei unveiled on July 18 the newest products in its nova series, nova 3 and nova 3i smartphones, at a product launch in Shenzhen where Nova series’ new brand ambassador Jackson Yi, from the popular Chinese boy band TFBoys, also showed up.
On July 16, Xiaomi announced through Twitter that it will soon launch the Mi A2 – the successor of Xiaomi‘s first Android One powered Mi A1, and likely the international version of the Mi 6X.
Full phone specifications of Xiaomi Mi 8 Explorer were unveiled on the website of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology recently.
Xiaomi said it will launch its Mi Max 3 on July 19, and the new phone will have “big screen and bigger battery.”
A recent wave of rumors regarding the release of new Apple products, specifically the iPhone series due in fall, has been making its way through news outlets all around the world. According to reports by Chinese media, Apple is expected to release three new iPhone models this September.
Earlier this month, Lenovo unveiled its latest flagship phone – the Lenovo Z5. Although some might have heard of the misleading teasers that left fans all around the world disappointed, the Z5 still has its perks that are worth reviewing.
Xiaomi‘s Mi Max 3 (model no. M1804E4T), will be released at Xiaomi‘s next launch event after attaining its network license from Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT).
The official Weibo account of ZUK, a smartphone brand under Lenovo, shared the Weibo post of Lenovo’s VP Chang Cheng yesterday, adding that they are “coming back in June with a national flagship product”.
On the afternoon of April 9th, Smartisan Technology officially released their new Nut 3, which is positioned at the 1000-yuan ($158.5) market.
On April 2, an official announcement by OnePlus states that OnePlus 5T is now sold out, with only a limited number of stock left on JD.com, a Chinese e-commerce website. The phone was released in November 2017, and it has been only four months since its first day of sale on December 1st, 2017.
On April 2nd, Huawei Honor held a small product launch at its offline experience store in Suzhou. It officially released the new Honor 7A with a starting price of only 799 yuan ($127).
The Samsung S9 is currently the only smartphone on the market with the Snapdragon 845. Many consumers, especially Chinese users, are looking forward to more cost-effective smartphones. Xiaomi and OnePlus are ready to launch new products. Tech blog techslize.com leaked a spec sheet for the OnePlus 6.
In March 22nd, Nubia held a press conference in Beijing and officially released the V18. The V18 is regarded as the “young man’s new device” by Nubia, with attractive design and photography features.
On March 20, Huawei held a press conference in Changsha for the release of its new mobile phone, the Nova 3e. As a new member of the Nova family, the 3e received much attention before the release, especially from young users looking forward to the changes this new type of product will bring.