Top 10 Chinese phone review video of 2019

 

Today we are going to talk about top 10 chines mobile.

There is one topic that is always buzzing on Chinese social media that is latest smartphone trends. This is a top 10 of the most popular Chinese smartphone brands and their hottest models of the moment.

Number 10 Smartisan

 

Smartisan is a Beijing-based tech company founded in 2012. Its Smartisan R1 flagship model is promoted as “the computer of the future,” and GSM arena even calls this phone “record-breaking” with “top futures and an amount of memory no other device in the market can match” (the most expensive version of it ±$1400 comes with 1TB internal memory!) All in all, when it comes to the latest trends in Chinese smartphones, it is all about the more advanced functions.

 

Number  9 Qiku 360

 

The Qiku brand was founded in 2015 in Shenzhen as a joint effort between Chinese internets giant Qihoo 360 and manufacturer Coolpad. The N7 model is their 2018 flagship model and is available from 1699 RMB (±US$256) for the 64GB model. Along with the latest trends, it has a curved glass, fast charging, and long-lasting battery.

 

Number 8 LeNovo

 

Lenovo Group Ltd. or Lenovo PC International, known as Lenovo, is a Chinese multinational technology company with headquarters in Beijing, China, and North Carolina. Outside of China, the brand is more commonly associated with laptops rather than smartphones, but in China, the LeNovo Z5 flagship device currently scores number 8 in the top 10 smartphone lists.

Number 7 OnePlus

OnePlus is a Shenzhen based Chinese smartphone manufacturer founded by Pete Lau and Carl Pei in December 2013. The company officially serves 32 countries and regions around the world as of January 2018. The OnePlus 6 is in the top three of most popular phones in China at this moment.

The phone is an attractive device within the more budget-friendly category; it starts at 1299 RMB (±US$195).

 

Number 6 Meizu

 

Meizu is another Chinese homegrown brand, established by high school dropout Jack Wong in 2003. Since then, it has grown out to be the 11th best-selling smartphone maker in the world. The brand recently ranks in the top 10 of best smartphones in China, either on the 6th or 8th place. The Meizu Pro 7 and the upcoming Meizu 16 are the phones that are currently most promoted by Meizu. The Pro 7 has a small colored screen on its back. Despite its high ranking, Meizu is less popular among younger people

 

Number 5 Xiaomi

 

Since the launch of its first smartphone in 2011,

Beijing-brand Xiaomi has become one of the world’s largest smartphone makers.

The Xiaomi (Mi) brand was initially often called an ‘iPhone copycat,’ but it is now a trend setting brand in the smartphone business. With its 2016 Mi Mix model, the brand was among the first to ditch thick bezels and go beyond the 16:9 aspect ratio to introduce the ‘all screen’ or ‘bezel-less’ screens, which are all the buzz now.

The Mi Mix became one of last year’s hottest smartphones. The Xiaomi 8 is promoted by Chinese actor Kris Wu as the “cool smartphone.” Not just cool because of how it looks, but also due to its dual frequency GPS tracking. It is priced starting from 2699 RMB (±US$406

Number 4 Huawei

Huawei remains to be one of China’s top smartphone brands. Its 2016 Huawei Mate 9 and 2017 Huawei Mate 10 were top-selling; the current hit phone is the Huawei P20 pro. The Huawei P20 is especially marketed for its camera functions. On Weibo, Huawei users praise this phone’s nightmode camera which is great to capture darker environments such as concerts or the city by night. Digital Trends even calls it “one of the best cameras ever put in a smartphone.”

 

The phone has a long-lasting battery and also noteworthy: it comes with one of the coolest color schemes ever inspired by the Northern Lights. Like the Oppo Find X, this phone also does not come cheap; JD.com sells it from 5488 RMB (±US$827).

Number 3 Honor

Honor, established in 2013, is the budget-friendly sister of the Huawei brand. The company’s sub-brand has been doing very well over the past years. Rather than focusing on hyping up its brand name through celebrity campaigns, Honor focuses on great value for money. Last year, the brand released its Honor V9 and Honor V9 Play models. This year, the Honor Play model (sold from 1999 RMB/US$300 on JD.com) is its most popular model (6.3-inch display).

 

With this latest model, Honor focuses on China’s booming mobile gaming market, as it comes with a ‘4D’ gaming experience with real-time recognition of the game scene that vibrates the phone to match. On Weibo, people praise the phone for its speed.

 

The color-loving phone users praise the purple edition of the device, which indeed is pretty fashionable.

 

Number 2 Oppo

Oppo is a Guangdong-based brand officially launched in 2004. It is mainly known for targeting China’s young consumers with its trendy designs and smart marketing. In 2016, the brand was ranked as the number 4 smartphone brand globally. In targeting young people, Oppo has a special focus on its selfie-making camera; both its front and back cameras are therefore strong. Previous popular models include the Oppo R11s, which was a top-selling model with its all-screen ‘bezel-less’ display and latest facial recognition technology.

Currently, the hottest Oppo model that is also scoring the highest in top 10 lists is the Oppo Find X. The Find X has a beautiful glass body and a motorized camera – like the Vivo Nex, it also pops up and also functions as a 3D facial scanner for biometric authentication. The Oppo Find X

 

really has many nifty features  the phone’s bezel-less panoramic screen is curved, there’s a dual-camera setup on the back (16MP + 20MP), 25MP front camera, dual SIM slots, etc.

 

Number 1 Vivo

Vivo is a Chinese domestic brand that has gained worldwide success, first entering the market in 2009. Its headquarters are based in Dongguan, Guangdong. In 2017, Vivo launched its Vivo X20 Plus and VivoX20, the successor of best-seller Vivo X9.

Vivo often co-operates with Chinese celebrities in its marketing campaigns, such as Chinese singer and actor Lu Han (born 1990) or Chinese actress Zhou Dongyu (born 1992), clearly targeting the post-90s consumer group.

Lu Han for Vivo. Vivo’s current best-seller in China is the Vivo Nex, a futuristic device that is thin but quite big and heavy (6.6-inch FHD+ AMOLED screen, 199 gram – which is just about the same as the Samsung Galaxy Note 8).

The Vivo Nex has a bezel-less screen and a nifty front-facing camera that is tucked away inside the upper frame of the phone and will automatically slide out when the camera is set to front-facing (according to AndroidAuthority, this takes less than a second). It also has a fingerprint sensor that is built into the display.

With the way it is designed, almost the entirety of the front of the phone is a giant 6.59-inch high-definition display. On Weibo, the Vivo Nex is praised by netizens for offering a “top-notch” mobile gaming experience.

People also specifically like the vibrant red edition of the device. Within China, the phone is currently for sale from 3898 RMB (±US$600). In Europe and the US, unfortunately, the latest Vivo is not for sale just yet. Shop Related Products Vivo Nex Mobile Phone Snapdragon 710/845 Octa Core 6.59″ OLED Full Screen Auto-elevated Camera 4000mAh Type-C AI HiFi By-(REAL STAR TECHNOLOGY)(8G 128GB black flagship) $769.00 Genuine Artist Against 419 Myspace Artist Scammer $18.18 Ads by Amazon

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