28.2 percent of Japanese are definitely interested in using a wearable device, and a further 22.7 percent are neutral on the subject, meaning a touch over half of the population want to buy a wearable...
Xiaomi has revealed that 3,000 Mi3 smartphones will be on sale in the country on June 26 at 12 noon.
Xiaomi's flagship Mi3 smartphone will arrive in the Philippines in the coming weeks.
China phone-maker Huawei launched the Huawei Ascend G6 in the Philippines.
LeTV plans to reveal not just one, but as many as three new devices next quarter and put them on the market in the fourth quarter of this year.
Lenovo sold 50 million smartphones and 9.2 million tablets in the previous year, marking the fourth quarter in a row that it has sold more tablets and smartphones than PCs.
While 4,000 phones in 17 minutes is nothing to scoff at, the Mi3 units sold markedly slower than in Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Singapore.
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.
Boosted by buyers in China, half of the worldwide top 10 phone brands are now Chinese. Huawei is third, Lenovo fourth, Xiaomi debuts in sixth, Coolpad is eighth, and ZTE is ninth.
Meitu's two co-founders, Wuxin Hong and Cai Wensheng, are both men, but the Meitu 2 was clearly crafted for women; and I mean real girly-girls.
China's newest smartphone maker, OnePlus, unveiled its first-ever flagship phone in Beijing today at an equal price point to for China, RMB 2,000 (US$330).
Smartphone growth is being fueled not by big names like Samsung but by the increasing demand of homegrown smartphone brands in the country.
As Pakistan prepares 3G and 4G roll-out, country expects up to 45 million high-speed data subscribers by 2020
Pakistan will soon be holding its spectrum auction for 3G and 4G networks - and some telcos are ready to offer high-speed mobile internet in the next few weeks.
The ministry reasons that they need to protect the local handset manufacturers from the onslaught of overseas brands flooding the country. They plan to implement the policy this year.
It’s not just Samsung’s newest flagship phone that’s debuting today – the Samsung Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo smartwatches and the Samsung Gear Fit are hitting the same markets right now.
What a surprise! The North Korean Arirang AS1201 that was shown off last summer is actually, it now turns out, a made-in-China smartphone. Here are the photos to prove it.