The world’s no.1 selling smartphone Samsung has announced plans for a foldable smartphone that has a screen that bends. The dynamic CEO of Samsung’s fabled mobile unit, DJ Koh has teased consumers about the new foldable smartphone device that may be unveiled at a developer conference in November.
South Korean conglomerate Samsung has announced that it will invest $22.3bn in AI and 5G over the next three years in an effort to propel its future growth.
Huawei Honor, a young, trendsetting, innovative smartphone e-brand, today announced strategic partnerships with industry leading gaming developers PUBG Corp, Tencent and GAMELOFT, at Gamescom.
New AR- and VR-based services will see the light soon thanks to KT, South Korea’s second-largest mobile operator, beginning with a mobile shopping service.
Honor, a young, trendsetting, innovative smartphone e-brand, won a European Imaging and Sound Association (EISA) award today, the 'EISA Lifestyle Smartphone 2018 - 2019' award. EISA praised the Honor 10 as "a perfect fit for even the most demanding younger user".
Japanese conglomerate NEC Corporation has officially announced that NEC Iberica, a wholly-owned subsidiary of NEC Europe Ltd., and Murcia City, Spain, have signed an agreement to develop an "innovation center" in collaboration with the University of Murcia.
Telstra is introducing the OPPO R15 Pro to its smartphone range, giving customers more choice when connecting to Australia’s largest and fastest mobile network.
China Mobile, Tencent, and Huawei jointly announced the completion of the verification of 5G network slices which designed for enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB) services requiring stable network latency in augmented reality (AR) games during the Mobile World Congress Shanghai 2018.
South Korean conglomerate Samsung is hoping that its new look Galaxy Note 9 smartphone will help address the recent flagging sales of its mobile technology - and offset the pressure being applied to the smartphone incumbent by Chinese company Huawei.
The BMW Group continues to drive the expansion of electro-mobility as part of its Strategy NUMBER ONE > NEXT. To achieve this, the company is adapting its production structures to growing demand for fully and partially electrified vehicles. Just seven months after opening its battery factory in China, the BMW Brilliance Automotive (BBA) joint venture today laid the foundation for a comprehensive expansion of the plant. At the “High-Voltage Battery Centre Phase II”, BBA will produce the new, more powerful batteries of the fifth-generation BMW eDrive technology for the fully-electric BMW iX3. Starting in 2020, the BMW iX3 will be built at the neighboring BBA plant Dadong.