The top four domestic products collectively challenge the new iPhone

  News from our newspaper (Reporter Zhao Peng) After the strong debut of the iPhone 13 series, we immediately felt the siege of domestic mobile phones.

On September 22, Honor just announced that it will launch new technologies such as computing and photography to improve the performance of mobile phones. Yesterday, Huawei nova9 and vivo's iQOO Z5 were born at the same time. On that day, Xiaomi was not to be outdone and took a strong stand and will create the third largest brand, Civi. .

  Within a few days, around the iPhone 13 series, which is known as the strongest Apple mobile phone, the latest "encirclement" of domestic mobile phones has taken shape.

As a new generation of "performance pioneer" under vivo, compared with the battery capacity of the iPhone 13 series up to 4000 mAh, the iQOO Z5 uses a large capacity battery of 5000 mAh.

And its full-blooded version of LPDDR5 memory with a rate of 6400Mbps, which is 50% faster than the previous generation, can greatly increase the speed of application opening and game loading, bringing a higher-speed reading and writing experience.

  Just last night, Huawei also issued a new challenge to Apple, and the nova9 series was officially unveiled.

"As of now, the global sales of Huawei's nova series mobile phones have exceeded 190 million units." He Gang, chief operating officer of Huawei's consumer business, said: "Since the upgrade started on June 2, the current installed capacity of Hongmeng systems has exceeded 120 million units."

  After clearly hitting the world’s No. 1 goal, yesterday, Xiaomi also decided to expand its product matrix, launching a new third-largest brand, Civi, and will focus on fashionable and diverse designs and a series of hard-core innovative technologies to face the challenges brought by the new iPhone. .

This new product, which claims to be "the best-looking Xiaomi phone in history", will also be launched on September 27, further expanding the new lineup of domestic mobile phones.

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