On Tuesday, Jing Kun, Vice President of Baidu Group, General Manager of Baidu Life Business Group and CEO of Xiaodu Technology, released two new smart products: the Tiantian Smart Fitness Mirror and Smart Camera TV V75.
Xiaomi released the payment report of Double 11 Shopping Festival on Thursday. As of 02:00:00 on November 11, the accumulated omni-channel payment amount of Xiaomi Double 11 exceeded 15 billion yuan ($2.34 Billion).
Commercial inquiry platform Tianyancha shows that Lei Jun (Executive Director) has withdrawn from the main personnel positions of Chengdu Beida Asset Management Co., Ltd.
A recent revelation regarding privacy violations by Skyworth TV has rattled smart TV users in China. On V2EX, an online forum for tech geeks, one user posted a series of decoding process information showing a kind of spying behaviour from the Skyworth service on all their devices connected to the internet.
With so many TV brands offering all kinds of smart TVs from budget small TVs to premium 4K or 8K wall-filling displays, you will always find the best TVs you can buy at any price in 2020.
It seems like Realme is entering the smart TV domain, as 91mobiles reported that the OPPO subsidiary is going up against Xiaomi’s Mi TV with their new Realme TV.
Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus’ smart TV will likely come in variable sizes, and be launched in September across China, India and the US, according to a listing filed on Bluetooth SIG.
Honor launched its new smart TV—Honor Vision—in Dongguan, China on Aug. 10. The screen is the first device to be powered by Huawei's new Harmony OS.
Xiaomi has continued its international expansion by entering Russia, marking an initial foray into the European market after success in both India and Indonesia.
On Feb. 28, Baidu launched two new AI-based IoT smart devices for the Chinese market– Xiaodu TV Mate and the Xiaodu Smart Display 1S.
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.
On Sept. 4, Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi officially launched its Mi TV 4A 32-inch in Indonesia. The product is Xiaomi‘s first smart TV to officially enter the Indonesian market and is sold at a much lower price than its competitors.