A certified account belonging to the Chinese division of Japanese electronics giant Sony has recently been banned. On January 5, the CEO of Weibo responded that a blog post from Sony China was interpreted as attacking medical experts, and that a final punishment had just been approved.
Lei Jun, Chairman and CEO of the company, posted online on Wednesday, saying: "Xiaomi 12S Ultra uses customized Sony IMX989 camera sensor with a complete 1-inch size. This is the top of mobile phone imaging hardware at present."
The Sony Xperia 5 III was announced on October 26 for a price of 6,599 yuan ($1,033). It opened for pre-orders on Tuesday and will fully go on sale at 8:00 p.m. on December 1.
Chinese mobile phone brand Meizu announced on Friday that it has reached a strategic cooperation with Sony's Xperia, which will enhance the application adaptation and localization of Flyme OS.
Chinese smartphone maker Oppo on Thursday unveiled the lineup for one of its most awaited series – the Oppo Reno 6, Oppo Reno 6 Pro and Oppo Reno 6 Pro+.
Chinese video platform Bilibili has completed its strategic investment in media company Huanxi Media, subscribing for 347 million additional common shares issued by Huanxi Media.
Chinese video sharing website Bilibili received $400 million in strategic investment from Sony and will further collaborate with the Japanese conglomerate, it announced on Thursday.
Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo have written a joint letter to the Trump administration, warning the government that its impending tariffs on Chinese goods will dramatically harm the video game industry and its employees.
One of China’s biggest gaming exhibitions, ChinaJoy2018, closed on August 6th in Shanghai with many companies showcasing games, applications and gadgets on the annual event.
Tencent Music Entertainment Group (TME) and Sony Music Entertainment (SMEI) announced the creation of Liquid State, their new music brand, in Hong Kong today.
An army of Chinese brands led by Xiaomi has come to dominate the domestic smartphone market. SONY, Samsung, Blackberry and a large number of overseas brands have become its victims. Foreign media reported that Samsung’s smartphone market share in China fell to 2 percent in Q3, putting it in ninth place.