ZTE quietly announced the Nubia N1, the latest in the company's Nubia line of phones that includes a gigantic 5,000mAh battery. The phone will be available in China soon, with no word of international availability.
Virtuix has partnered up with game publisher Hero Entertainment to begin spread its Omni treadmill into VR-centric arcades and installations around the country, eventually leading to new, physical esports based in virtual reality.
For the third straight year, Samsung's revenues from phone sales in China decreased. Because of the likes of Huawei and Xiaomi now controlling the Chinese market, Samsung might have to rethink its strategy in the country.
Chinese phone manufacturer Vivo has unveiled its latest flagships, the X7 and X7 Plus. Both phones will be available later in July, starting at $376, which should help them compete in the Chinese market.
Huawei's rumored Honor 8 Max might have popped up on China's TENAA regulatory agency. Based on the specifications, the phone looks to be a behemoth of a handset that eclipses the likes of the Xiaomi Mi Max and more.
As the notoriously controlling Chinese government continues to tighten its grip around the digital goings-on around the nation, it's now released a new set of regulations that could affect more than half a billion Chinese smartphone users.
Stepping into the ring to fight over China and its prime smartphone market are the country's own smartphone makers, as they begin to acquire patents by way of licensing deals, acquisitions, and a whole lot of money.