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There are still a lot of unknowns about the upcoming OnePlus 5T flagship smartphone, but today two important details have leaked - where the phone will be announced and how much will it cost. The handset is expected to become official later this month, and according to OnePlus'
Weibo, a top social media company in China, is raising $700 million that'll partly be used to fund acquisitions. The company says it's offering $700 million in convertible senior notes so that it can finance "working capital needs and potential acquisitions."
Weibo is bringing in more content monitors to increase censorship on the platform. The major social media site has hired 1,000 "supervisors" who will help it make sure it's remaining in compliance with Chinese laws. Those supervisors are only being paid ~$30.
As part of a crackdown on politically controversial content, Chinese regulators are banning livestreaming on three top sites in the country. China has contacted Sina Weibo, ACFUN, and Ifeng, ordering each to shut down their video and audio streaming services.
After OnePlus officially released many details about the upcoming flagship smartphone, and its CEO confirmed that it will be the thinnest flagship smartphone on the market, thanks to a poster surfaced on China's biggest social network, Weibo, we have finally found out when the
Most top-tier companies have released their flagship smartphones, but there are still some that have been very competitive in the past. OnePlus is one of them and the upcoming OnePlus 5 smartphone has now leaked via Weibo, revealing its dual-rear cameras.
In just 23 months of its existence, ZUK is reportedly shutting down. According to a Weibo conversation, the new ZUK Z3 smartphone won't be announced as Lenovo is looking to shift its mobile business strategy and will therefore kill the ZUK Mobile subsidary.
Xiaomi might not be present at the upcoming Mobile World Congress trade show as the company confirmed they have nothing to show, but that doesn't they are not working on new devices. The Chinese blogging website Weibo revealed specifications and design of the Redmi Pro 2 handset.
An HTC smartphone with a small secondary display has leaked in set of pictures. The images show the phone, codenamed Ocean Note, has a display that's similar to what's found on the LG V10 and V20. At the least, shortcuts and the weather are among the things it can display.
Huawei will introduce a new Honor smartphone on December 16. The handset is known as the Magic and it'll likely have a Mi Mix-like display, meaning it'll take up nearly all of the front of the phone. Huawei originally posted a teaser to Weibo on December 14.
Samsung will reportedly release the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge in a shiny jet black color next month. Ahead of that release, a Samsung employee has shared a picture of the new S7 Edge on Weibo. The image reveals a shinier black finish than the Black Onyx design.
On Chinese website Weibo, Samsung has posted a teaser for the launch of its next smartphone. The teaser shows a metal-body handset, which should be the rumoured Galaxy C9. The same handset has already received various certification, so it should be out very soon.
If you have been reading our news section in the last few weeks, then you probably heard about the upcoming Xiaomi flagship phablet, which was known as the Xiaomi Mi Note 2. Although it is successor to the Mi Note, Xiaomi is now rumoured to launch it under different name.
Only 3 days after we heard about the accident with Xiaomi Mi 4i smartphone, which exploded while charging, another report coming from China reveals another incident with Xiaomi smartphone. This time we're talking about the flagship Xiaomi Mi 5, which should have top components.
OnePlus 3 is currently available only in Graphite version. A few weeks back, the phone was rumoured to be launched in red and green colors, but the company denied the rumours, saying those color options are not planned. Now, the phone is teased in a Soft Gold color.
Xiaomi is preparing a big event for July 27, when it plans to announce at least two new devices. The rumoured devices that are expected to be announced are Xiaomi Mi notebook, Redmi Pro and maybe Redmi Note 4, but the company has another event before.
Meizu has confirmed that it plans to launch the new flagship smartphone next week, on July 19 to be precise. The company's co-founder Bai Yongxiang already revealed in a Weibo post that the MX6 smartphone will be priced somewhere around RMB 2,000 or $300.
Although short, the new video shows iPhone 7 in live and confirms that the tech giant has ditched the headphone jack. The video was posted on the Chinese social network Weibo, but we can't confirm whether the footage shows a genuine Apple iPhone 7 or not.
Another image of Meizu handset has appeared on the popular site Weibo. The handset in question looks to be the next flagship Pro 7, but there is no official confirmation of that so we can't say with certainty. What we do know is the phone in question will have a curved display.
ZUK's CEO has posted on Weibo that he spent a whole day with the company's upcoming flagship Z2 smartphone and that Exynos 8890 chipset felt good. Only a day later, the company posted a new teaser on Weibo, confirming the release date of the smartphone.