Great news, Pocophone fans. Xiaomi global VP Manu Kumar Jain today confirmed on Twitter that POCO will now be an independent brand in India.
While it’s unfortunate that Huawei can’t use Google Mobile Services because of an ongoing trade dispute between two of the world’s biggest economies, a world without Google hasn’t slowed down the second-biggest Android vendor on the global market.
Remember the Peer-to-Peer Transmission Alliance, formerly known as the Inter-Transfer Alliance Group, which was formed by Vivo, Xiaomi, and OPPO to establish a cross-brand platform for sharing files from one device to another?
Back in August 2019, Vivo, Xiaomi, and OPPO announced a partnership called the Inter-Transfer Alliance Group, which is now called Peer-to-Peer Transmission Alliance. It will enable their devices to have an AirDrop-like file-transfer feature for wireless and seamless sharing of data at high speeds.
Ever since confirming that Lenovo smartphones are making a comeback in the Philippines, the company has since posted three more teasers on Facebook.
Are you a Huawei phone user based in the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, or Thailand? Huawei is celebrating its 2nd AppGallery Festival the whole month of January 2020 to start the new year.
Huawei might be venturing into launching Nova-branded wearables in the future.
It’s been almost two years since Lenovo launched a new smartphone in the Philippines. And then… silence. We haven’t heard from the Chinese brand in a while, but that won’t be the case for long.
A new Counterpoint Research report names the Apple iPhone XR as the best-selling smartphone in the third quarter of 2019, taking 3% of the worldwide market share.
Almost a week ago, we shared market-research firm Counterpoint’s report on the top 5 bestselling smartphone brands in the Philippines from July to September 2019.