This Week on GizChina – Huawei P30 Pro Leaks, Sony ZX4 21:9 Display & More

This Week on GizChina

Hello readers! Here we are in December 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


Always interesting news coming from Xiaomi, the Chinese tech giant. This week we learned that they’re planning to rebrand the Pocophone in China under the moniker Xiaomi Play, a device dedicated to gamers in the Asian country.

Meanwhile, Xiaomi’s upcoming Redmi 7 series could have been spotted on the 3C certification website; click here to learn more.



Huawei is another company that never rests. In this past week they’ve indeed teased the next Nova 4, Huawei’s first ever cut out camera phone, while the upcoming Huawei P30 Pro already appeared online in some leaks.

Finally, Huawei has been teasing a new smart TV that’s expected to come in the next months.


Chinese phone maker Vivo unveiled the new Vivo NEX Dual Screen Edition this past week. The smartphone sports the same design of the original Vivo NEX at the front, but the rear is now totally changed, with a second display and three cameras above it; the pop-up camera disappeared, of course.


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Albeit it’s not a Chinese company, Samsung has been all over the news this past week. That was mostly due to the amount of renders and the leaked screen protector of the upcoming Galaxy S10 flagship phone

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We’ve also learned more about the Galaxy F, what it’ll probably pack and why it’s expected to cost over $1500.



Since we’re already in South Korea, let’s end with a company from a neighboring country – Sony.

The Japanese tech giant is indeed apparently really close to unveil the next Sony Xperia ZX4, a smartphone that could pack a display with a never-seen-before 21:9 display aspect ratio.


As always, we conclude our weekly rendezvous with a question for you – our readers. Which OEM did the best business in 2018?
Click here to vote and let us know your opinion!

This Week on GizChina

This Week on GizChina

So, did you find any news you had missed throughout the week? If that’s so, let us know by dropping a comment below.

Now go ahead and click away to any of those delicious stories linked above. See you next week!

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