Dell Selling Mobile Device to China Mobile
Today a Dell spokesperson said that the company is developing a mobile device for China Mobile. Dell said the device (reported to be a smartphone called the mini3i) is a proof of concept and that all specs are subject to change.
Xiaomi Announces the Surge S1, Its First Mobile Processor
Xiaomi today showed off the Surge S1, a mobile processor that it developed in-house. Only a handful of companies make their own processors, including Apple, Huawei, and Samsung.
LG Says V10 Now On Sale
LG today marked the official arrival of the V10 smartphone, which has dual-front cameras and a secondary display. The device is on sale in the U.S., as well as China and Hong Kong.
Nokia's Comeback Gets Its Start In China
HMD Global this week announced the Nokia 6, the first smartphone to fall under the company's plan to resurrect the Nokia brand. HMD Global is a Finland-based business with the sole license to design smartphones using the Nokia brand.
Apple Pay and Samsung Pay Target 2016 China Debut
Apple and Samsung have each announced plans to launch their mobile payment platforms in China next year. Card-issuer China UnionPay has partnered with both companies and will allow its cardholders to add their accounts to Apple Pay and Samsung Pay.