Huawei has at least three departments studying and exploring Web3, and the HarmonyOS team is one of them. Before Huawei, Samsung and HTC have already worked on Web3, successfully combining it with their own smartphone hardware.
Xiaomi's smartphone brand Redmi launched a new device targeted at young consumers on September 30, called the Redmi Note 11R.
On September 25, a Xiaomi 5G smartphone model with code name "2210132C" passed China's official safety assessment process, which is required for all products imported or sold in the country.
DJI, a leading civilian drones and camera technology firm based in China, on September 22 launched the Osmo Mobile 6, a palm-sized, portable device that unlocks the full potential of everyday smartphone photos and videos.
The iPhone 14 series, which was originally scheduled to open for sale on September 16, had already emerged on dealer and scalper channels in China on September 15, for prices higher by two or even three thousand yuan.
On September 14, a Weibo blogger claimed that NIO's smartphone could have been released before the end of this year, but that its launch has been postponed until next year as company founder William Li pursues a high-end route for the new business.
OPPO's K10 smartphone series was released at the end of April this year, and has since been well received by consumers. The Chinese electronics firm has now announced that it will launch the new OPPO K10x model on September 16.
Former flexible display unicorn Royole Technology has recently been plunged into a new crisis, after 37 million yuan ($5.3 million) in assets were frozen by a local court.
NIO Mobile Technology Co., Ltd. was formally established in Shanghai on August 4, to be mainly engaged in software and information technology services. Its legal representative is Qin Lihong, the co-founder and president of Chinese electric vehicle firm NIO Inc.
Chinese smartphone manufacturers are researching new full-view screen smartphone solutions, and some will launch an "ultra-micro selfie camera solution."
After the productive launch event on July 27, Chinese tech giant Huawei launched another new smartphone two days later named Enjoy 50 Pro. The mid-level phone is equipped with an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 SoC processor and HarmonyOS 2.
On July 28, William Li, CEO of new energy automobile firm NIO, met with users in Fuzhou, Fujian province, and talked about the progress of NIO's smartphone manufacturing.
OnePlus announced that a new product launch conference will be held at 19:00 on August 3, during which a new smartphone model, the OnePlus Ace Pro, will be launched.
According to a report released on July 20 by the China Academy of Information and Communications Technology (CAICT), in June, the domestic market shipped 28.017 million mobile phones, up 9.2% year-on-year.
Chinese smartphone maker OPPO announced on July 18 that it will partner with UEFA across several competitions including the Champions League, Super Cup, Futsal Champions League Finals and Youth League Finals, for the next two seasons.
Chinese consumer electronics firm Honor officially announced on July 14 that a new product launch event will be held on July 21.
London-based consumer electronics firm Nothing, founded by smartphone brand OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei, launched its first smartphone product Phone (1).
A Xiaomi spokesman confirmed that the Chinese consumer electronics company has started to produce smartphones in Vietnam.
Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus launched the Nord series overseas two years ago. However, news emerged on July 5 that the company might be looking to spin off the Nord series as its own independent brand or perhaps a sub-brand.
Xingji Technology, founded by Chinese automaker Geely's Chairman Eric Li, recently acquired smartphone brand Meizu. On July 5, an auto blogger revealed that Geely and Meizu will launch an independent new brand while retaining the Meizu brand.