After gaining independence in 2020, Chinese smartphone maker HONOR has released the world’s thinnest inward-folding smartphone HONOR Magic V.
Chengdong Yu, CEO of Huawei Consumer Business Group, announced on Thursday 28 April that over 240 million devices are now equipped with HarmonyOS.
Ku Wei, former VP of Ali Group, has been appointed as the COO of DingTalk, an Alibaba-backed all-in-one workplace mobile platform.
Recently, news of a layoff wave at Alibaba and Tencent landed on micro-blogging platform Weibo’s hot search list.
On March 14, Meituan e-commerce launched its self-operated stores, whose operation model is similar to “JD’s self-operated store”.
On March 11, Ant Group’s Alipay (China) has officially released a list of national, industry, group and enterprise standards.
Nokia’s brand owner, HMD Global, has withdrawn from the flagship phone competition. Staying competitive in the flagship segment is not easy.
Vivo abolished the NEX business unit and its affiliated organizations, as part of internal restructuring in February.
Honor announced that it has established partnerships with over 200 operators and distributors, and has more than 11,000 employees, 50% of whom are R&D personnel.
On February 24, the Beijing-based Xiaomi Foundation announced the launch of its public welfare initiative “Xiaomi Young Scholars”, with a plan to donate 500 million yuan over five years to over 100 universities. Peking University will be the first university
According to the last report released by Counterpoint, smartphone shipments in China declined 11% year on year in the fourth quarter of 2021. However, Honor moved up to second place in total smartphone shipments for the first time, ranking #1
Li Weixing, a founding member of Xiaomi, former vice chairman and secretary-general of the company’s technical committee, has resigned. Li is reported to be one of the 13 people who ate millet porridge with Lei Jun (Co-founder and CEO of