Hello readers! Here we are in November, already wearing those heavier winter jackets – at least in some parts of the globe, while we wait for the warmer weather to come back. So, what better way is there than to spend the time in-between checking out the most interesting headlines coming from China for the past 7 days? There isn’t; keep reading!
This Week on GizChina
A week after the launch of the much awaited OnePlus 6T, the handset is already breaking records, at least as far as unboxing are concerned with a whopping 559 phones getting unboxed at the same time.
In addition to the ordinary OnePlus 6T, the company also unveiled its new Thunder Purple color variant; click here to check it out.
If you’re looking for something more affordable, OnePlus officially released A pair of USB Type-C headphones, the Bullets 2T.
The launch of the Xiaomi Mi MIX 3 brought some neat software features such as the Night Scene mode and 960fps slow motion videos. Now these features are also available on older Mi flagships including the Mi 8, Mi 8 Pro and Mi MIX 2S.
Meanwhile if you really a Mi MIX 3, you might want to wait for the shiny new Emerald version to go on sale.
While Huawei patents new designs for their upcoming handsets, the already on sale Huawei Mate 20 series brings the company around $29 million dollars in just a few hours. That’s not surprising though as Huawei leads the Chinese smartphone market.
Vivo could have bought a massive amount of Snapdragon 660 chips as the company keeps putting them in every other phone. This week it was the turn of the Vivo X21s with the previously mentioned SD 660 CPU, accompanied by 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage (expandable by microSD) along with a 6.4-inch SuperAMOLED FHD+ display packing an UD fingerprint scanner.
Big week for Oppo as well with their Oppo RX17 and RX17 Neo officially arriving to Europe. The first is powered by Snapdragon 710, 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, while the RX17 Neo packs a Snapdragon 660, from 4GB to 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.
The most interesting part about the two handsets is the display though, both packing a 6.4-inch panel with an under display fingerprint scanner.
As always, we conclude our weekly rendezvous with a question for you – our readers. This time we want to know: Bluetooth headphones or wired headphones – which do you like more? Click here to vote and let us know your opinion!
This Week on GizChina
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