On Friday, Chinese smartphone manufacturer OnePlus celebrated the success of making the world’s first 5G tweet, according to a Twitter post by Pete Lau, the company’s founder and CEO.
Oppo began taking pre-orders for its K1 smartphones on Wednesday, Oct. 10. Oppo K1 features an in-display fingerprint sensor and water drop screens and is priced at less than $300.
After teasing the new Z5 Pro earlier this month, Chang Cheng, Vice President of Lenovo, released a quadruple camera design on Sept. 30, indicating that a new smartphone with four cameras will be released this October.
Pete Lau, CEO of OnePlus, posted a vague message on Weibo about an “early greeting” from a new product, most likely referring to the teaser clip for the new OnePlus 6T that was posted on Twitter on Sept. 28.
Meizu unveiled three budget smartphones on September 19 at its Beijing product launch event, namely the Meizu 16X, Meizu V8 (M8), and Meizu X8. The three mid- to low-range smartphones share many similarities in design and are catered to people looking for budget smartphones without a dip in overall performance.
OnePlus officially unveiled their next big project after the soon-to-be-released OnePlus 6T on Sept. 17. The smartphone manufacturer will be entering the television industry with the introduction of the smart OnePlus TV.
Xiaomi has officially announced that a lower-end version of Xiaomi Mi 8, the Xiaomi Mi 8 Youth will be launched in Chengdu, the capital city of China’s Sichuan Province, on Sept. 19.
Vivo unleashed its new vivo X23 smartphone during its product launch event in Beijing On September 6.
Honor released two new budget smartphones in its popular X series at a product launch in the ancient Chinese city of Xi’an on Sept. 5. The popular brand under Huawei released the new Honor 8X and 8X Max equipped with amazing features, priced all below $300.
Huawei announced on September 1 that the new Huawei Mate 20 smartphone will be equipped with the newly released Kirin 980 chipset. The newest addition to the Mate family will be released on October 16 in London.
Chinese smartphone manufacturer Vivo announced today that the new X23 will be released in Beijing on September 6, at 19:30 local time. A promo video released by the company unveiled details of the smartphone.
With the recent unfavorable circumstances faced in Australia, ZTE is looking to make a comeback with its new flagship— the Axon 9 Series. The company is planning to announce it during this year’s IFA in Berlin between August 31 and September 5.
Huawei Australia tweeted on August 23 that the Australian authority has banned Huawei and ZTE from providing 5G technology in the country.
On the evening of August 20, Smartisan Technology released its third new product of the year, the Nut Pro 2S smartphone, which is an upgraded version of the Nut Pro 2.
A new page for the vivo X23 smartphone was added to its official website on August 20, exposing the look and major features of the new phone.
Toutiao, China’s leading news and information content platform, recently released a white paper on online public opinion and user reputation of mobile phone brands in the Chinese market in the first half of 2018.
On the afternoon of August 13, OPPO officially announced the release of its new R17 series smartphone and unveiled some of its features.
Meizu just held a product launch event in Beijing for its latest flagship product – the Meizu 16.
OPPO will be the first smartphone manufacturer to use Gorilla Glass 6, a breakthrough technology in cover glass by Corning Inc. that prevents multiple drops, as announced by the New York-based glass company on August 3.
OPPO and vivo lead the Chinese domestic market in sales volume of over 73 millions in the first half of 2018.