According to data collected on June 3, 2019, the number of users that have upgraded from EMUI 8.X to EMUI 9 has exceeded 80 million globally and continues to grow. It is estimated that this figure will reach 100 million by the end of June.
China’s leading mobile players are continuing to take a stranglehold of the Indian smartphone market, with reports claiming that Chinese brands now account for a whopping 66% of the Indian smartphone market.
Singtel launched Unboxed, a 45 square-meter shop without staff that aims to make customers’ retail experience faster and more convenient. The newly opened outlet showcases how Singtel’s digital transformation takes customer experience to a whole new level.
US telecommunications behemoth Verizon is using Samsung to help make its 5G dreams a reality. The operator has opened pre-orders of Samsung’s Galaxy S10 5G smartphone ahead of its plans to switch on 5G in more than 20 cities.
India’s Tata Communications has revealed its launch for an IoT marketplace which is aimed at linking enterprise customers with IoT service providers through a single platform in an effort to accelerate the country’s growing IoT ecosystem.
Huawei announced the official launch of the Atlas AI computing platform to the market, unlocking a new chapter on the Atlas commercial roadmap.
Chinese telecom giant Huawei says it could roll out its own operating system for smartphones and laptops in China by the autumn after the United States blacklisted the company. The international version of the system could be ready in the first or second quarter of 2020, said Richard Yu, the head of Huawei's consumer business.
ZTE, a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the Mobile Internet, today announced that ZTE, Guangzhou Branch of China Mobile and Ericsson have taken the lead in making a VoLTE voice and video call between 5G and 4G smartphones, marking a great step forward in the commercialization of 5G networks and smartphones.
On Monday the 13th of May 2019, Whatsapp admitted yet to another breach in their security system: enabling targeting spyware to be installed on phones through voice calls. An Israeli spying firm indeed has been accused of using that security hole in Whatsapp used by 1.5 billion people.
Chinese officials have told delegates at a WTO meeting in Geneva that the decision by the Australian government to prohibit Huawei from participating in its 5G buildout may be in breach of their rules.