Chinese mobile phone startup Smartisan has been making big moves this year. This past spring, its launch event for its T1 smartphone became China’s most-livestreamed tech event, and although it did hi...
Smartisan may have severely understimated the phone’s popularity from the get go, or, as a new company, it lacks enough cash flow to open more production lines.
To a tech savvy Chinese person, the release of Smartisan T1 wasn’t really about another Android smartphone.
If you include external sites where the Youku player was embedded, a whopping 10 million people watched Smartisan founder Luo Yonghao introduce the T1 to the world.
The Smartisan T1 will be priced at RMB 3,000 (US$485) for the 16GB version and RMB 3,150 (US$500) for the 32GB version.