DJI officially released the latest version in its Mavic series of aerial drones on Friday with prices ranging from 13,888 yuan ($2,169) to 32,888 yuan ($5,199).
One year after Vivo released the innovative bezel-less APEX, the company upgraded it to the APEX 2019, as Vivo's weibo post suggests on Jan. 18.
The product launch for Lenovo’s new flagship, the Z5 Pro, was held today in the company’s global headquarters in Beijing.
Meizu unveiled three budget smartphones on September 19 at its Beijing product launch event, namely the Meizu 16X, Meizu V8 (M8), and Meizu X8. The three mid- to low-range smartphones share many similarities in design and are catered to people looking for budget smartphones without a dip in overall performance.
Chinese smartphone manufacturer Vivo announced today that the new X23 will be released in Beijing on September 6, at 19:30 local time. A promo video released by the company unveiled details of the smartphone.
A new page for the vivo X23 smartphone was added to its official website on August 20, exposing the look and major features of the new phone.
Users can now preorder the Lamborghini edition of the OPPO Find X flagship phone starting August 2 afternoon, and it will be officially up for sale on August 10.
On July 24, Xiaomi held a product launch in Marid, Spain and released two highly anticipated products amongst others: the Mi A2 and Mi A2 Lite smartphones.
Huawei unveiled on July 18 the newest products in its nova series, nova 3 and nova 3i smartphones, at a product launch in Shenzhen where Nova series’ new brand ambassador Jackson Yi, from the popular Chinese boy band TFBoys, also showed up.
Earlier this month, Lenovo unveiled its latest flagship phone – the Lenovo Z5. Although some might have heard of the misleading teasers that left fans all around the world disappointed, the Z5 still has its perks that are worth reviewing.
Today, the product launch of Xiaomi Mi 8 started at 2 p.m. Beijing time at the Shenzhen Universiade Stadium as scheduled. The event is synchronously live streamed on Xiaomi‘s official website.
OnePlus has just released its new flagship OnePlus 6 in Beijing on the Thursday morning of May 17. Compared to the previous product OnePlus 5T, OnePlus 6 has a significant upgrade in appearance as well as hardware configurations. Pandaily’s reporters witnessed the unveil of this flagship product at the launch.
In May, a great deal of information on the Xiaomi Mi7 was leaked on the Internet. Based on the previously shared photo of Xiaomi Mi7’s screen protector, we can confirm that the phone will have a full-screen display with an iPhone X-like notch and support 3D facial recognition.
On the afternoon of April 19, Huawei Honor held a press conference in Shanghai, launching its new flagship phone Honor 10 and the brand’s first personal laptop named MagicBook.
On April 13th afternoon, the Xiaomi-backed Black Shark Technology company officially released its first flagship high-end gaming phone named BlackShark in China.
The Nubia Z18 Mini was officially released on April 11. This is the 9th generation of the Nubia series, and it is also known as “Xiaoniu 9”.
On April 9th, Smartisan held a conference in Beijing, and its third smartphone “Nut 3” targeting the mid-range market was officially released. Nut 3 comes in three colors: carbon black, wine red and light gold, with 4GB + 32 GB and 4 GB + 64 GB of RAM and storage to choose from
On the afternoon of April 9th, Smartisan Technology officially released their new Nut 3, which is positioned at the 1000-yuan ($158.5) market.
On April 2, an official announcement by OnePlus states that OnePlus 5T is now sold out, with only a limited number of stock left on JD.com, a Chinese e-commerce website. The phone was released in November 2017, and it has been only four months since its first day of sale on December 1st, 2017.
On April 2nd, Huawei Honor held a small product launch at its offline experience store in Suzhou. It officially released the new Honor 7A with a starting price of only 799 yuan ($127).