Oppo has just kicked off its global INNO Day 2019 Conference in Shenzhen, China, early this morning. And there have been some pretty big announcements from the smartphone maker. If you re wondering, INNO Day (short form of innovation) 2019, is an annual conference where the company showcases the latest in technological advancement and innovation.
MediaTek s mobile SoCs have slowly been gaining traction amongst Chinese smartphone makers, especially starting this year. This is evident by the fact that Redmi opted for the MediaTek G90T chip for its wildly popular Redmi Note series this year even though there was fear of backlash from users. Now, according to the latest reports
Lately, smartphone companies have developed an affinity to the sub-brand strategy. Xiaomi was the latest to do it splitting off its Redmi series into a separate subsidiary in early 2019. Following the likes of Huawei and Oppo is Vivo, which recently revealed its quirky sub-brand called IQOO. Pronounced I-koo , this Vivo offshoot is reportedly
Xiaomi s Redmi arm has just announced the new Redmi Note 7 in China, but the company could already be working on a new Mi Max phablet. As per a new full-fledged leak, expected specifications and prices of two upcoming Mi Max 4 models have appeared online on Weibo. As per the leak, there seems
Vivo s concept APEX series is just a year old, and it already has some great innovations to its name. However, the Chinese manufacturer just revealed its second-gen device, called APEX 2019, and it is jaw-dropping. Among a long list of impressive features is a world s first in-screen fingerprint reader that works on the
Xiaomi has kicked off 2019 with some big changes that include splitting off the Redmi brand, and launching a new Redmi Note 7 in a completely new avatar. Now, it seems Xiaomi s own brand will be focusing on solely premium handsets while the Redmi offshoot will cater to the budget segment. Anticipating such a