Xiaomi officially launches the Mi Max 3 with its highly anticipated 6.9-inch screen and 5500mAh battery on July 19.
OnePlus 6, the new OnePlus flagship phone received from DxOMark on July 17 a score of 96.
On July 16, Xiaomi announced through Twitter that it will soon launch the Mi A2 – the successor of Xiaomi‘s first Android One powered Mi A1, and likely the international version of the Mi 6X.
Xiaomi debuted on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange today with opening and closing prices lower than expected.
The Zenfone 5z is ASUS’s new phone was unveiled at this year’s Mobile World Congress (MWC). Recently, this phone was registered on the website of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT). It is now available in India and will be officially released for sale on July 9.
Xiaomi is developing its cellphone models compatible with U.S. carrier network, planning to launch in the U.S. market next year, Reuters reported on its Chinese website.
On July 2, Taiwanese mobile manufacturer HTC announced its plan to lay off 1,500 people as part of a strategic restructuring in Taiwan.
Users of the new Vivo NEX smartphone reported to unauthorized camera movements when they try to visit certain web pages with the mobile QQ browser app. The camera undergoes a up-and-down movement, like it is taking a quick peek at what the user is up to.
Earlier this month, Lenovo unveiled its latest flagship phone – the Lenovo Z5. Although some might have heard of the misleading teasers that left fans all around the world disappointed, the Z5 still has its perks that are worth reviewing.
After launching the Find X flagship smartphone at the Louvre in Paris earlier this month, OPPO has brought their latest device home for a launch in Beijing, China.
Meitu launched its new phone Meitu T9 Beauty Smartphone and a Summer Palace limited edition on June 27. Also unveiled at the launch was the image processing chip MT-AI developed by Meitu itself, a mark of its determination to enter the chip industry.
OPPO launched its latest flagship device, Find X, at the Louvre in Paris on June 19. The high-end smartphone from one of the largest smartphone makers in the world was revealed under much anticipation as the last member of the Find series, the Find 7, was released 4 years ago in 2014.
Meitu launched a co-branded phone in partnership with Italian high-end product brand, Tonino Lamborghini, as a poster that read “Authentic Italian Taste – Stay Tuned” appeared on Meitu’s official Weibo account.
On June 12, Vivo announced its new flagship phone, Vivo NEX in Shanghai. The most striking feature is its pop up camera, or “elevating front camera” as Vivo calls it. The phone will also use an in-display fingerprint sensor and “Screen SoundCasting” technology which allows it to transmit audio waves through the display itself.
Huawei’s mobile brand Honor released the new flagship Honor Play smartphone and the Chinese version of Honor 9i on Wednesday afternoon in Beijing.
Meizu took the wraps off its new budget smartphone in its flagship mblu series, Meizu mblu 6T, on Wednesday in Beijing.
Meitu will release Meitu T9 on May 22. The new phone will support an AI slimming function.
OnePlus has just released its new flagship OnePlus 6 in Beijing on the Thursday morning of May 17. Compared to the previous product OnePlus 5T, OnePlus 6 has a significant upgrade in appearance as well as hardware configurations. Pandaily’s reporters witnessed the unveil of this flagship product at the launch.
On the evening of May 15, diehard fans of Smartisan and Luo Yonghao, the CEO of Smartisan gathered at the Beijing National Stadium, also known as the Bird’s Nest, for one sensational launch of Smartisan products.
On the evening of May 13, Xiaomi co-founder and CEO Lei Jun released an internal letter announcing the establishment of an independent camera department to strengthen R&D for smartphone cameras. Lei emphasized that camera functions have become a decisive factor for smartphone purchases among many consumers.