Nothing, an electronics venture established by Carl Pei, the co-founder of Chinese smartphone manufacturer OnePlus, announced on December 6 that the global sales of all its products have exceeded 1 million units.
News emerged in recent days that Huawei's Kirin chipsets, which have been stalled due to sanctions imposed by the US Department of Commerce, may stage a comeback next year. Given existing restrictions, however, the new chips are likely to be positioned as mid-end. Regarding the matter, Huawei responded on November 7, stating that the reports are untrue.
Chinese tech giant Huawei held a launch event on November 2 during which it released its foldable Pocket S smartphone, equipped with a 40MP main camera and HarmonyOS 3.0. The event also saw the unveiling of the Huawei WATCH GT Cyber, a new generation of all-in-one MateStation X, and other products.
Chinese telecoms and consumer electronics giant Huawei unveiled a new budget smartphone model called the nova Y61 for the global market on November 1.
On the evening of October 24, OPPO's smartphone brand OnePlus released a limited edition of Ace Pro model co-branded with popular mobile game Genshin Impact.
Chinese telecoms giant Huawei has announced that it will hold a new product launch conference on November 2, during which its second vertically foldable smartphone, Pocket S, will officially debut.
The next flagship smartphone model to be released by Shenzhen-based consumer electronics firm OnePlus would be named the OnePlus 11, and it will still be available in Pro versions.
Pete Lau, the founder of Chinese smartphone brand OnePlus, posted a picture of several mobile device parts to social media on October 13, with a caption reading "Coming Back." The post indicates that OnePlus's new smartphone will be equipped with a three-position slider button.
Chinese tech giant Tencent had added a new court notice. The firm is attempting to sue three companies, including OPPO, for unfair competition.
The rollout of Apple's latest smartphone series offers a glimpse into the iPhone's evolving relationship with Chinese tech and consumers.
Chinese smartphone maker OPPO's Reno9 series of smartphones will have a built-in 4500mAh battery and offer a Red color option.
Huawei's Mate 50 Pro was officially launched in the European market, including two options of 8+256GB and 8+512GB, selling for 1,299 euros to 1,399 euros ($1249.88 - $1346.10).
The OPPO A17 mobile phone was released in Malaysia on September 26. It is equipped with a MediaTek processor, a large battery and a dual camera. The new device's main selling point is the premium leather-feel design on the cover.
Xiaomi released the Redmi K50 Extreme Edition smartphone on August 11. Now leaked information of Redmi K60 high-end versions emerges.
On September 22, the local division of Chinese smartphone brand OnePlus announced that the OnePlus 10R Prime Blue Edition smartphone has debuted in India.
The Huawei Mate 50 smartphone series was officially launched in China on September 21. Supply is tight at present, making it difficult to meet the demand of all consumers.
The Xiaomi 11 smartphone series released in 2020 aroused widespread discussions on September 21, as an online topic reading "users defend rights after repeated exposure of quality problems with Xiaomi 11 series" appeared on the top trends lists on Chinese social media platforms.
On September 20, Hu Xinxin, Product Manager of Xiaomi's Civi brand, posted that the Xiaomi Civi 2 smartphone is "coming soon."
On September 19, Jia Jingdong, Vice President of vivo, posted a work note for the vivo X Fold+ foldable smartphone on Chinese social media, offering several specific updates.
On September 16, Chinese smartphone maker OPPO released a new device called the OPPO K10x, with a 64MP rear main camera and a 5000 mAh high-capacity battery.