The semiconductor giant posts a solid quarter, but Chinese market is proving to be “uncertain” for the company.
The geopolitics of chat apps flare up as Line is reportedly banned in China.
An analyst claims vendors and carriers are seeing weak demand for the iPhone 5S, and that customers can simply opting for other devices.
It looks like ZTE had a last-minute change of heart vis-à-vis Grand S II’s hardware specifications, upgrading the 5.5 incher from just another Snapdragon 800-powered high-end phone to 4 GB RAM-packing groundbreaker.
Beijing business magazine reports China’s PBOC on Bitcoin crackdown blitz.
The Desire 616 will be joining HTC’s mid-range lineup as the company’s first smartphone with an eight-core processor ticking away inside.
The state-run Xinhua newswire in China reports that the Yutu ‘Jade Rabbit’ moon rover has encountered a potentially fatal mechanical problem and, writing from the rovers perspective, bids the earth and all its people a melancholy ‘Goodnight’.
Chinese consumers can now get their hands on the Nokia Lumia Icon, a handset that’s supposed to be exclusive to Verizon in the US and hasn’t even been officially announced yet.
Chinese manufacturers say there is low demand for counterfeit versions of wearable devices like the Samsung Galaxy Gear, which may be cause of concern for some smart watch companies.
Not even Christmas and the imminent New Year’s Eve can contain the rumor bonanza surrounding possibly the most highly anticipated Sony smartphone ever, whose international launch may well happen by the end of the week.
The world’s first “true” octa-core packing smartphone, UMI’s X2S, became official a couple of months ago, but now the Huawei Honor 3X has rolled out and intends to make quite a few waves, thanks primarily to unbeatable affordability.
Not resting on its CyanogenMod-flavored N1 laurels, Oppo is going forward with the Find 7 buzz-building campaign, this time with a full-on confirmation of the heavyweight’s market name.
Apple’s new smartphones have more than doubled its market share in the country.
Though the Oppo N1, due out on December 10, is pretty innovative and visually striking, the true heir to Find 5’s throne and the top spot on the OEM’s totem pole has long been rumored to come after the N1 and get branded as the Find 7.
Price of Bitcoin falls by $300 during Wednesday trading as China’s central bank warns against the institutional use of the cryptocurrency.
The “true” octa-core Glory 4 (aka Honor 4) is not the only high-end handheld Huawei has in the pipeline, as the Ascend Mate 2 has been given Tenaa’s blessing, being therefore due for a China launch over the next few months.
In celebration of the tenth anniversary of their national space program, China is preparing to launch one of the most complex space missions they have ever made.
The UMI X2S is no longer the sole candidate for the title of world’s first smartphone packing a “true” octa-core CPU, as Huawei is apparently gearing up for Glory 4’s rollout.
November 12 came and went and, while we’re still not an inch closer to finding out the exact launch date of the Sony Xperia Z1S, a fresh batch of photos remind the world it’s coming and paint a fairly gloomy pricing picture.
Exciting news out of China for mobile enthusiasts, as local superstar and international key player wannabe ZTE has taken the wraps off the Nubia Z5S and Z5S Mini handhelds.