Although Wuhan University’s cherry blossom season has passed, but following the cheery blossoms, the students of Wuhan University were able to welcome their famous alumnus and the CEO of Xiaomi, Lei Jun.
On April 9th, Smartisan held a conference in Beijing, and its third smartphone “Nut 3” targeting the mid-range market was officially released. Nut 3 comes in three colors: carbon black, wine red and light gold, with 4GB + 32 GB and 4 GB + 64 GB of RAM and storage to choose from
Nurture and stimulate innovative thinking in the fields of creativity and culture. This is the development goal that HTC has set forth in Vive Arts, its global VR program for advancing creation and appreciation of the arts.
At a media communication conference on March 19, OPPO officially showcased its first new product for 2018, the R15. It also shared the company’s development plan for this year.
A well-known ACG (Animation, Comic and game) Danmaku website Bilibili.com was listed on NASDAQ, bringing pressure on its competitor, AcFun. The success of the video platform embodies the blossom of generation Z and ACGN culture in China.
Xiaomi released the Mi Mix 2 half a year ago, and is just launching its new flagship model, the Mi Mix 2S. This iteration time is a bit too short for a flagship model.
Early this morning, U.S. President Trump signed a presidential memorandum to impose punitive tariffs on $60 billion of Chinese imports to punish “China’s theft of U.S. intellectual property.” In signing the memo, Trump said, This is the first of many.
In the first half of this year, Chinese markets will see a wave of full-screen mobile phones with the notch design. Major Chinese mobile phone manufacturers, including Huawei, OPPO and Vivo have all shifted from last year’s 18:9 full-screen phones to this year’s full-screen mobile phones with notch, and ultimately to real full-screen mobile phones.
Xiaomi held 12 conferences last year and released 10 mobile phones, each accompanied by heated discussion.
The China Gaming Industry Report released today reflects how much money China’s gameplayers have paid for games in 2017. The actual sales revenue of China’s gaming market reached 203.61 billion yuan in 2017, a year-on-year increase of 23 percent.
After the OnePlus 5T launch last week, Pete Lau hurried back to his hotel for an interview. Lau was smiling on a chair in the middle of the meeting room in a dark shirt and touching his newly launched OnePlus 5T and another 4th anniversary red OnePlus.
The OnePlus 5 phone has been “sold out” for four months, according to the OnePlus website. That “sold out” notice could mean the company has been unable to keep up with demand. On the other hand, it might mean a new phone is on the way. Android Authority recently unveiled a rendering of the OnePlus […]
After nationwide success in China, Arena of Valor is battling its way into overseas markets. The game, which has 200 million Chinese players, is entering the North America market. Supporting both iOS and Android, Arena of Valor is open for pre-registration and will be available in November.
In 1863, Aisin Gioro Zaichun had just ascended the throne. In London, the world’s first subway system as long as 4.8-kilometer began its operation in the same year. More than one hundred years later (1965), the Beijing metro line 1, China’s first subway line, just began its construction.
In August 2016, the first BingoBox was equipped in Guangzhou. After one year, Chen Zilin, founder of the BingoBox held a event to “celebrate its birthday”. Chen took this opportunity to invite investors, partners and franchisees to Beijng, showed the fruits they made in last year and their future plans. New version launched 158 stores […]
Perhaps to reverse Netease founder William Ding’s “stingy” image? Netease decided to change its conservative attitude in investments and M&A – in a recent report from Bloomberg, Wang Yi, the Vice President of Netease Game, said: Netease Game is recruiting talents globally, and meanwhile also exploring investments and M&A of foreign studios. It is hoped […]