Will Chinese companies be able to license Arm’s new v9 architecture for CPUs—and can they stay competitive without it?
The company expressed optimism about the upcoming ‘5G era’ for its smartphone business.
China’s three major carriers have a combined mobile subscriber base of 1.6 billion. By leveraging that advantage, their new 5G messaging service could post a big threat to WeChat.
Huawei will launch in Europe next week its first smartphone model that runs the company’s own apps and service framework instead of Google’s.
Xiaomi seeks to gain ground in the battle for consumer living rooms with its artificial intelligence of things (AIoT) initiative.
Chinese consumers rallied to support one of their country’s tech behemoths.
The Xiaomi M9 will feature Qualcomm’s latest processor Snapdragon 855 and comes with three cameras in the back.
The restructuring follows reports that Xiaomi is trying to become ‘more regulated.’
Chinese phone manufacturers are increasing efforts to grab customers around the globe amid a slowing market.
Competition is picking up as the smartphone market slows and companies launch new sub-brands.