Hello readers! How’s your summer going? We sure hope you’re having a good one. If you’ve been busy dodging the heat and couldn’t keep up with news, then you’re in the right place. This is indeed where we roundup all the most interesting headlines of the week coming from the Asian world; keep reading!
This Week on GizChina
Finally a week where Xiaomi didn’t launch a new smartphone or spread rumors about an upcoming one, which is kind of a news in and of itself. They did release other devices though, such as the second gen Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro, the Xiaomi Router 4C with four antennas and a smart trashcan – yes, you read that correctly!
As if the cutting-edge Oppo Find X wasn’t expensive enough, the Chinese phone maker just released a new Oppo Find X Lamborghini Edition for a whopping $1462, but hey, you do get a nice shiny Lambo logo on the back, plus a pair of O-Free wireless earphones!
Xiaomi wasn’t the only company releasing a brand new affordable gaming laptop. Lenovo did indeed just follow up with the latest Lenovo Savior Y7000P at around $970.
Phones news wise, the company is apparently working to launch the world’s first 5G enabled smartphone along with a Snapdragon 855 CPU; dope!
Gizchina News of the week
The Huawei’s Mate 20 lineup is apparently getting very close as more rumors and leaks surf the web every other day. In the past week we have learned some interesting details about the handsets such as the possible presence of an in-display fingerprint scanner, wireless charging, camera setups and more; all features most likely to be available on the Mate 20 Pro.
Only a couple days left till the much awaited, rumored and hyped Meizu 16 series gets unveiled on August 8, 2018. The smartphone is expected to pack all sorts of high-end specs from in-display fingerprint scanner to a flagship Snapdragon 845 CPU.
GizPoll of The Week
From our last week poll, it was a close call between Xiaomi Mi Max 3 and Honor Note 10. 50% of our voters say will prefer a Mi Max 3, while 37% would get a Note 10 if it sold for less than $500. This week, we instead put two very neat features against each other: Fast Charging Or Wireless Charging? Click here to vote and leave a comment!
This Week on GizChina
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