ZTE isn’t tuned in to what consumers have to say – a connection that Xiaomi not only values, but relies on.
(Updated on January 12: We removed Sat Nusapersada from this list because the data is still disputable.) Indonesia is one of the biggest smartphone markets in the world. Emarketer believes that the na...
Following the Chinese government's ruling in the Qualcomm antitrust case, smaller tech companies like Xiaomi could be at risk for bring gouged on patent fees. The solution? Invest in developing patent...
Xiaomi says it never received such a letter. Additionally, Huawei’s head of intellectual property, Jason Ding, refuted the rumor on his Weibo account.
Consider this: the Chinese smartphone maker was ranked fourth in the American mobile phone market earlier this year
The biggest factors that keep Chinese smartphone makers out of western nations are carrier subsidies, patents, and cultural stigma.
The key number in China these days when it comes to smartphones is 2,000 – that’s RMB 2,000, which works out to a little over US$300.
Bolt is the only 4G mobile internet provider in Indonesia. The team adds the addition of 4G compatible smartphones to nab even more users.
China's spat with the US could be an opportunity for it to take steps toward weaning the country off of foreign tech and replace it with homegrown alternatives.
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.
Now we've got all kinds of details about ZTE and The9's new Android-based game console/set-top box. Come check it out.
According to Bloomberg, China’s second-largest game developer and operator The9 (NASDAQ:NCTY) has partnered with ZTE (HKG:0763; SHE:000063) to create China’s first legitimate games console. This is no...
So it looks like ZTE and The9's Funbox is going to be the first legitimate Chinese games console! Are you as excited as we are?
Mobile World Congress 2014 kicked off in Barcelona yesterday. One of the first revelations at the conference was from Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT), which will be pushing its Windows Phone OS even harder in...