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.
In a recent report, one Taiwnese firm has estimated that Chinese OEMs have shipped almost 40% of the world’s smartphones in 2014, with more room to grow.
OnePlus will be opening its first physical retail store, located in the Blue Harbor area of Beijing, to the public on December 20th.
Celebrating the release of Xiaomi’s first 4G phone in India, the Redmi 4G, Hugo Barra was interviewed by The Next Web where he shared some interesting info regarding the Lollipop update plans and Android One,
Samsung’s first all-metal smartphone has just gone in sale in China, for $420. Featuring mid-range specs at best, a focus on form clearly comes at a price.
Stricken by a period of lowered profits among increased competition, Samsung is considering a major change to its management to try and solve the problem.
In this week’s Google Play Weekly, we talk about Fleksy, SwiftKey, a new acquisition by Google, China, and more Android apps news!
Xiaomi’s CEO, Lei Jun, recently unveiled his company’s big plans for global domination… of the mobile world that is. Samsung and Apple need to take note (of the pending apocalypse to their market shares).
Google and China have come to an arrangement, allowing Chinese developers to create developer accounts and offer paid apps through the Google Play Store. But when will Chinese consumers get to download apps from the Play Store?
According to a new report from The Information, Google is working to bring a version of its Google Play store to the Chinese market.