Four Chinese cell innovators that threaten the reign of Samsung and Apple

China became the world’s largest mobile e-commerce market in 2017, with more than 120 million cell phones sent to customers through e-commerce channels during the year. However, Samsung and Apple continue at the top of the smartphone business.

The Chinese brands that try to fight are Huawei, Xiaomi, Vivo and Oppo with teams that offer a mix between power, premium features and innovative designs that break with the current phone schemes.

Next, we show you the four Asian cell phones with more innovations.
Oppo Find X

Find X integrates a dual rear camera with two sensors of 16 and 20 megapixels, while the front has 25 MP. Both are differentiated from the rest by the peculiarity of being hidden, appearing after a sliding structure, in addition to using 3D technology together with artificial intelligence and O-Face facial recognition system through 15,000 points.

The screen is curved, like the Samsung Galaxy S9, has a size of 6.4 inches, OLED technology and has Full HD resolution. As far as hardware is concerned, it incorporates the Snapdragon 845 processor and 8 GB of RAM. It is offered with up to 256 GB of storage.

In addition, it works with the Android 8.1 Oreo operating system and the ColorOS 5.1 customization layer, as well as a 3,730 mAh battery, with a fast-loading VOOC function.

The fifth cellphone manufacturer in the world had surprised with this concept last February, while the Mobile World Congress (WWC) was taking place. For Vivo, this particular marginless design positions it as one of the main competitors of the iPhone X or Samsung Galaxy S9.

As for the selfie camera, its main attraction, meets an idea similar to that of Oppo except that emerges from the top edge of the cell phone. The back, on the other hand, is Dual and has 12 MP (f / 1.8) plus 5 MP (f / 2.4) to define the backgrounds.

When it comes to design, the “giant” Super AMOLED 6.6-inch screen has an integrated fingerprint sensor and almost no borders, so the body / screen ratio is 91 percent.

Inside, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, octa-core and 8 GB of RAM, gives you the power that the multitasking user wants from today’s phones. To that we add a 4000 mAh battery and a storage capacity depending on the model that varies between 128 or 256 GB
Huawei P20 PRO

The premium model of the P20 series includes for the first time in the industry three rear cameras. The company’s new flagship features a 6.1-inch Oled screen, 128 GB of storage, 8 GB of RAM and the innovative 40-megapixel rear triple camera, as well as a front 24-inch.
Richard Yu, CEO of the Huawei Consumer Business Group, attends the launching of the new generation of its smartphone, Huawei P20, in Paris, France March 27, 2018. REUTERS / Gonzalo Fuentes France paris Richard Yu ceo of Huawei Huawei P20 cellular presentation

Richard Yu, CEO of the Huawei Consumer Business Group, attends the launching of the new generation of its smartphone, Huawei P20, in Paris, France March 27, 2018. REUTERS / Gonzalo Fuentes France paris Richard Yu ceo of Huawei Huawei P20 cellular presentation

From the technical point of view, the flagship phone has the first Leica triple camera – the legendary German optical company in the world, and the incorporation of Artificial Intelligence. The bet is, as always, better and more photos. Better and more videos And a battery that far exceeds the market.

As a design element, stands out in this series a tab on the top where the sensors and the front camera are located, known as “notch” and the introduction in the industry for the recent iPhone, although it can be disguised by the user with a black bar.
Xiaomi MI 8

The exponent of the Chinese Xiaomi is a high-end cell phone with a design and features that have nothing to envy to the brands installed.

Emily Rodriguez

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