UC Browser, the largest mobile browser in China by adoption will be opening an office in the U.S. in the second half of this year, according to Yu Yongfu, founder and CEO of the company.

Not only UCWeb will compete with those homegrown rivals in the U.S. market like Apple’s Safari for mobile, the company will also meet intensive competition from another Chinese mobile browser which has established its name in overseas market, namely the Dolphin browser.

Dolphin is among those Chinese technology companies that earned their fame and user from aboard firstly and then made a foray into their home turf.

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