Qualcomm has announced not one but three 5G-capable mobile platforms at its annual technology summit. The Snapdragon 865 chip is the successor to the 855, which is used by many of today’s flagship devices. The Snapdragon 765 and 765G (the “G” stands for gaming), on the other hand, will power midrange smartphones.
Xiaomi has a new global milestone to celebrate. The Redmi Note 8 series crossed the “10 million units sold” mark in just three months.
MediaTek today has unveiled its latest flagship chipset, which will be featured in devices launching in early 2020. And get this: It’s reportedly more powerful than the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus and HiSilicon Kirin 990, two of the fastest options for Android devices right now.
It looks like OPPO is joining the likes of Samsung, Huawei, and Apple as phone manufacturers that have designed or use an in-house mobile processor.
A new report suggests Huawei is inching closer towards securing a license for Google software on its new devices.
By adding Huawei to its Entity List, the United States may have inadvertently created a wider path to a future where the next Facebook or YouTube could come from Asia.
And yet another extension. Technology giant Huawei has been given another 90-day reprieve by the Trump administration on the day that the second temporary license was set to expire, as seen in this official document.
It’s Christmas in November for Huawei Mobile Services users in the Asia-Pacific region.
Xiaomi, number one? The Chinese technology company was certainly the king of the hill yesterday.
Huawei might find itself with access to Google apps and services again soon. That is, if Google is one of the American companies that will be issued a license by the United States government to conduct business with the technology giant.