After recently surpassing Apple for smartphone shipments in Q2 2021, Xiaomi has taken top spot from Samsung in a Strategy Analytics report.
At R5 499, our first impression of the Redmi Note 10 Pro from Xiaomi, is a great value for money phone that could shake things up.
Featuring the Redmi Note 10 Pro, Note 10S and Note 10 5G, Xiaomi is launching a new trio of well specced and nicely priced devices in SA.
Following confirmation last week that both brands would work on “closer integrating”, it now looks like Oppo will fall under the OnePlus banner.
MediaTek has expanded its range of 5G smartphone silicon by introducing the new Dimensity 900, designed with higher end phones in mind.
The Oppo A74 5G is now available in South Africa, boasting a 5 000mAh battery and retailing for R7 499 from Vodacom or MTN stores locally.
Worried about your LG phone now that it’s closing down its mobile business? We get some local insight into what the rest of the year holds.
The new Hisense Infinity H50, H50 Lite and H50 Zoom are now in South Africa, retailing for R7 999, R4 499 and R5 499 respectively.
Oppo’s latest flagship phone does not hold back when it comes to specs, but the Find X3 Pro is not expected to land in SA this year.
It looks like Apple is willing to make the switch to USB Type-C on the iPad, but not on the iPhone, according to a new report.
The Huawei Mate X2 has officially seen the light of day, and it bares a striking resemblance to another foldable phone we saw last year.
Embracing the waterfall edge trend, Xiaomi debuts a new concept phone that features it on all four sides of the display.
Now that it is operating sans Huawei, Honor has debuted a new phone and begun work with US technology vendors to kick off new chapter.
According to reports, LG is mulling over a decision to exit the mobile sector, as it struggles to keep pace with other smartphone makers.
True to the numerous leaks, Samsung’s new Galaxy S21 and S21+ feature a new camera housing and improved specs across the board.
The latest smartphone report from IDC sees Samsung reclaim its top spot from Huawei, as well as Apple slipping to fourth as Xiaomi rounds out the top three.
We speak with Huawei Mobile SA CTO, Akhram Mohamed, about the AppGallery, how apps are chosen for it and what developers stand to gain from joining it.
The event is scheduled for 11th February in San Francisco.