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OPPO Sells About 180,000 R9 and R9 Plus Smartphone Units During its Initial Launched Day

China's Smartphone Shipments Increases to 149 Million Units in Second Quarter

Smartphone shipments in the Chinese market increased by 2.7 percent during the second quarter of this year with shipments reaching around 149 million units.


China's Smartphone Shipments Reaches 109 Million Units in Second Quarter of 2016

China's smartphone shipments increased by four percent during the second quarter of this year, with the total volume reaching 109 million units from 105 million last year, according to new data.

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ChinaJoy 2016 Kicks off in Shanghai: Virtual Reality Hardware is in the Spotlight

The 14th ChinaJoy Expo, also known as the China Digital Entertainment Expo & Conference, commenced on Thursday at the Shanghai New International Expo Center (SNIEC) in Shanghai.

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China's 4G Subscriber Base Reaches 591 Million

China has witnessed an increase in the number of 4G subscribers in the country, with the addition of around 28.8 million new subscribers in June. The number of 4G subscribers in the country grew to a total of 591 million.

Meizu MX6 to Cost 2000 Yuan ($300), Rumoured to Launch on July 19

Meizu MX6 Smartphone is now Available in China for $299

Chinese smartphone maker Meizu has officially unveiled the Meizu MX6 smartphone at an event in Beijing. The device will go on sale in the Chinese market on July 30 for $299.

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Samsung's Galaxy J7 Becomes Best-selling Smartphone in Taiwan

Samsung's Galaxy J7 smartphone, which was launched in June 2015 by South Korean giant Samsung Electronics, is currently holding the top spot of the bestselling smartphones in Taiwan in May 2016.

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China's Smartphone Usage Will Reach 1.4 Billion Units in 2020: Report

Market research firm Canalys has anticipated that the number of smartphones in China will reach over 1.4 billion units by the year 2020, surpassing the number of smartphones in the United States in the same year, a number which is predicted to reach 332 million.

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LeEco Plans to Enter U.S. Market this Fall; to Introduce new Phones and Video Streaming Service

Chinese technology company LeEco, formerly known as LeTV, is reportedly planning to enter the United States market sometime this fall.

Samsung Pay follows Apple Pay to China

China's Mobile Payment Market is Dominated by Young Adults

Chinese mobile users ages between 20 and 39 are now leading the race in China's rapidly growing domestic proximity mobile payment market - accounting for the majority of all mobile payment users in the country.


The Assistive Robots of the Future: How Researchers are Using A.I. to Assist Humans?

In the realm of Artificial Intelligence (AI), many researchers around the world are looking for ways to make use of artificially intelligent software and hardware robotics systems that can serve and assist the human race - bringing so-called science fiction closer to reality.

Garnet, a tech consultancy firm, revealed that mobile payment system will soon invade public services

China Leads the Race in Mobile Payments; Users Expected to Reach 195 Million in 2016

China, the second largest global economy, is currently the most dominant force in the proximity mobile payment market in the world.

ZTE Blade D2 Equipped With 4000mAh Battery; Price at $120

ZTE Launches Blade A2 Budget-Friendly Smartphone in China

Chinese company ZTE has officially launched the ZTE Blade A2 in the Chinese market for a price tag of around $105 via

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Xiaomi's Mi TV to Broadcast UEFA Euro 2016 Live in China

Mi TV, the Internet television division of one of China's largest smartphone makers Xiaomi, has announced its plans to broadcast the 2016 UEFA European Championship (UEFA Euro 2016) via the brand's Internet portals.

Tencent's WeChat officially launched work-only app WeChat Enterprise.

Tencent Plans to Expand its WeChat Pay Mobile Service in Japan

Chinese Internet company Tencent Holdings Limited is planning to expand its mobile payment service - WeChat Pay - in Japan to enable Chinese visitors and smartphone users to easily make payments within the country.

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Samsung Launches Entry-Level Galaxy J3 Pro Smartphone in China

South Korean tech giant Samsung has officially unveiled the Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro smartphone in China with a price tag of about $150.

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