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Beijing opens whole subway system to mobile phones

From now on, all Beijing subway lines will support NFC-enabled mobile phone entrance. The passengers no longer need to use public transport cards or tickets, and can just swipe their phone to enter the subway, Chinese media Beijing Youth Daily is reporting. Smartphones installed with NFC (near-field wireless communication) module can support the public transport […]

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Samsung and Huawei’s Honor score top honors in China Mobile report

China Mobile (中国移动), China’s largest mobile network operator, released a report today ranking China’s mobile phone brand (in Chinese). According to the report, Chinese brands have caught up with international brands in some areas. China Mobile surveyed 42 million users from 15 provinces and used 18 network indicators for their analysis and evaluation. They also randomly […]

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iPhone X’s Face ID now available on Alipay

Users of Alipay, China’s top mobile payment solution provider, can now make purchases by scanning their faces with the bezel-free iPhone X. Alipay announced on November 28 that iPhone X’s Face ID has become available on its latest version. The payment giant’s arch-rival WeChat Pay already started implementing Face ID into its payment system shortly after iPhone X’s […]

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Huawei surpasses Apple to become second largest smartphone brand

Chinese leading smartphone maker Huawei has overtaken Apple in global smartphone sales since June to become the world’s second-largest smartphone brand, next only to Samsung, according to the latest report by consulting firm Counterpoint Research. The August sales haven’t been released yet, though the report points out it’s looking strong for the Chinese vendor. With […]

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