Despite running on a net loss and and facing a patent infringement accusation, Meizu is to raise new financing.
Pre-orders for Meizu’s PRO 6 have begun with the 5.2-inch smartphone officially going on sale on April 23.
Meizu aims to increase market share in the low-end smartphone market with its first product launch in 2016.
Alibaba-backed Chinese smartphone maker Meizu announced that it will cut up to 5% of its 4000 staff in 2016, after the Chinese BAT giants initiated their hiring freeze late last year.
AllChinaTech puts together a list of the most sold smartphones for this year’s Double 11 shopping festival.
With last week’s launch of the OnePlus X, we thought we’d do a brief comparison with another fairly popular Chinese release, the Xiaomi Mi 4c.
Our highlights of the day: 58, Ganji build largest part-time work platform, Bee Finance raises USD 4.7M, SegmentFault for software developers raises USD 10M.
Our highlights of the day: YotaPhone bought out by Chinese company, Xiaomi registers Xiaomi Bus, Alibaba, Meizu co-launch smartphone, Tesla to start producing in China, and Wang Sicong chairs new e-sports association