On the second day of MWC 2023, major Chinese tech manufacturers continued to showcase China's innovations and breakthroughs in mobile communication.
Shenzhen-based electronics manufacturer Transsion released its most recent performance report on Friday. In 2021, the company's revenue totaled 49.254 billion yuan ($7.78 billion), a year-on-year increase of 30.33%.
TECNO revealed its Polychromatic Photoisomer technology for the first time, successfully allowing the monochrome back cover of a smartphone to show multiple changing colors under illumination.
During a webinar entitled “Global Mobile Camera Trends 2022: Innovation Talk,” experts in the field of optical imaging technology along with leading industry research analysts discussed how camera systems are evolving.
Tecno, which is owned by Chinese smartphone company Transsion Holdings, on Friday launched the Spark 8 phone in India, which is tagged with a reasonable price when selecting entry-level specs.
We recently got our hands on some photos of the latest CAMON model from TECNO, rumored to be coming out in early October. The tri-camera set-up and classy chrome-inspired colours have got us wanting for more.
Transsion, a Chinese smartphone manufacturer, which dominates the African market, is planning to go public on Shanghai's technology innovation board.
In the streets of Nairobi, Johannesburg, Lagos, and other African cities, signs advertising Chinese tech products are not an uncommon sight. In fact, all Chinese tech firms are rushing to get into Africa.
In a newly built office building in the technology zone of Shenzhen’s Nanshan District lies a plain-looking phone company. This company has few Chinese users, yet it sold over 80 million phones worldwide, far more than Xiaomi and vivo. The Shenzhen-based company named Transsion mainly targets the African market. According to the data of IDC, […]
The mobile phone selling like hotcakes in Africa isn’t Samsung nor Apple, but Tecno, a Shenzhen-based telecommunications company in China. According to open statistics, the company holds more than 40% of market shares in the 6 major countries of North Africa. Tecno broke into the African market using two mobile innovations: Dual-SIMs and beauty selfie […]