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Xiaomi launches affordable Mi CC9 series smartphones with high-end camera, large battery

2019-07-03 10:27:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Xiaomi has announced a new range of affordable smartphones with high-end cameras, the Mi CC series. The Mi CC9 offers a similar body and high-end camera configuration to its flagship Mi 9, with 32MP front camera and 48MP rear camera, as well as an in-screen fingerprint sensor and a large 4,030mAh battery. The phone will sell from CNY 1,799, along with the lower-spec Mi CC99e from CNY 1,299 and the high-end Mi CC9 Meitu edition for CNY 2,599. 

Tags: large series camera battery


Over half of smartphones shipped in 2023 will be 5G, driven by China

2019-07-02 02:00:00| Total Telecom industry news

5G devices will account for more than half of all smartphones shipped worldwide in just five years, according to new research published this week. Close to 800 million 5G-enabled handsets will ship in 2023, which equates to 51.4% of all smartphones shipped, putting 5G devices ahead of 4G for the first time…read more on TotalTele.com »

Tags: by china half driven


Huawei launches 3 new smartphones for the Chinese market, with flagship Nova 5 sporting new Kirin 980 chipset

2019-06-21 15:53:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Huawei has unveiled three new phones it plans to soon launch in China. The phones, the Nova 5, Nova 5 Pro and Nova 5i can be seen on the company's Chinese-language website, and were shown off during a launch event in China, GizmoChina reported.

Tags: new market chinese nova


Huawei smartphones will still get Android 'Q' update

2019-06-21 02:00:00| Total Telecom industry news

Huawei has announced that Android's next major operating system update, Android Q, will be available to all of its existing smartphone users, including its flagship P30 Pro, P20 Pro and Mate series handsets…read more on TotalTele.com »

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Huawei no longer allowed to pre-install Facebook apps on its smartphones

2019-06-07 11:02:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Facebook said it will no longer allow its apps to get pre-installed on Huawei phones, Facebook told Reuters reported. Customers who already have Huawei phones will still be able to use Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagramm apps and receive updates. People will still be able to download the apps from the Google Playstore. That said, future versions of Huawei phones will not have access to the store and its apps unless the US government reverses its ban on the company.

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