A recently released report by TrendForce shows that not only is the global smartphone market increasing, but so too is the dominance of Chinese OEMs.
Xiaomi is teasing a new product that leaves much to the imagination of what it might be, but little to what it’s not: thick or packing low specifications.
In late 2014, Facebook reportedly sat down with Xiaomi to discuss potential investment opportunities. Facebook is trying to break into the Chinese market to expand their social network, and Xiaomi seemed like the right manufacturer to approach about it.
A popular question that we get asked here at Android Authority is, where is the best place to buy a Chinese OEM phone? Maybe you want an Oppo handset or something from Xiaomi, Meizu or even THL, but where to get it?
The impressive Nokia N1 (built and sold by Foxconn) is now avalible for pre-order in China. It will retail for about $250 and hit stores 1/29.
Motorola is finally returning to the Chinese market after their big acquisition by Lenovo. Along with the Moto X and LTE-capable Moto G, Motorola is bringing the Moto X Pro, which is basically a Nexus 6 without the logo.
Xiaomi has just announced the Redmi 2, a new mid-range device complete with an assortment of colors, LTE, a Snapdragon 410 (64-Bit) for just $112 (!)
As Xiaomi’s parent company finishes yet another whirlwind round of capital-creating campaigning, the Wall Street Journal has indicated it’s valued at $45B.
In the latest saga of patent warfare, the High Court of Delhi has awarded Ericsson injunction against Xiaomi in India.
The world’s thinnest phone is now official: Vivo has formally unveiled its X5 Max, witch has some of the most impressive specs ever in such a small package.