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iPhone 4 Coming To China Unicom On Sept 16th With Free Bumper

08/24/2010, Folks over in China should be pretty happy to hear that Apple’s popular iPhone 4 will be arriving on China Unicom come September 16th, which is less than a month away. Since there weren’t any major design changes to the iPhone 4, the device...

China Unicom could sell iPhone 4 from September onwards

08/19/2010, China Unicom is China’s second-largest telecommunications operator, and they could stumble upon a goldmine from next month onwards, with rumors swirling around that the carrier might just start selling the iPhone 4 from September according to a...

China Unicom to offer Wi-Fi iPhones

08/06/2010, China Unicom achieves a first from next week onwards with the release of a Wi-Fi-enabled iPhone 3GS – making it the first of its kind in that part of the world, and that alone has also made rumors of the new iPhone 4 smartphone being offered as...

HTC To Form Alliance With China’s Main 3 Carriers

07/25/2010, Word is going around that HTC will be hosting a press event in Beijing on July 27th. The event is aimed to introduce the HTC brand in China, announcing the commitment of the company to the Chinese market. According to the report, the country’s three...

China Unicom offers Android-powered phone

07/12/2010, It is pretty interesting to note that China Mobile is carrying a special version of its Android-powered phone known as the OPhone, but that doesn’t mean its closest rival is going to just sit down and do nothing. No sir, China Unicom, being the...

China Unicom iPhone gets Wi-Fi tweak

05/04/2010, Folks who are head over heels with Apple will surely know that the iPhone which is sold in China has had its Wi-Fi connectivity disabled, but all that is about to change pretty soon. It seems that a China-specific WAPI (WLAN Authentication and Privacy...

Samsung I6500U Saturn heads for China Unicom

03/29/2010, The Samsung I6500U Saturn which was announced in October 2009 has finally arrived in China, thanks to the efforts of China Unicom. What makes the I6500U different would be having Android 2.1 running right out of the box, making it the third Android device...

China Unicom To Introduce iPhone With Wi-Fi In China

03/08/2010, If you bought a China Unicom iPhone in China, you’ll most likely have noticed that it doesn’t offer Wi-Fi, as it was initially disabled for the Chinese market, thanks to government regulations that favored the home-developed WAPI security...

Foxconn working on WAPI iPhone for China Unicom

01/28/2010, China Unicom carries the iPhone in that part of the world, and we now have news that they have comissioned Foxconn to come up with a WAPI version, where it is known as the N88 (sounds suspiciously like a handset from Nokia, eh?). Apparently, the 4th...

China Unicom Hits 300k iPhone Sales

12/29/2009, China Unicom might have had a little trouble getting the iPhone off the shelves at the beginning, but signs are starting to appear that sales are picking up. Following the recent announcement by the carrier that it had hit the 100,000 mark, the latest...

China Unicom To Buy Twice As Many WinMob Phones Over iPhones

12/23/2009, Reports are filtering in that China Unicom will be buying twice as many Windows Mobile handsets for 2010 than iPhones. According to Zhang Zhijiang, GM of China Unicom’s technology division, 8% of their 3G handset procurements will be Windows Mobile...

China Unicom Has Sold 100k iPhones

12/10/2009, It seems that despite some earlier reports of bad sales figures related to the iPhone from China Unicom, sales have started to pick up, with latest reports indicating that the carrier has sold more than 100,000 iPhones since the October 30th launch. That...

5 iPhones Sold In 2 Weeks In China?

12/03/2009, Lackluster sales and Apple’s iPhone generally don’t go in the same sentence, but if reports online are accurate, the (official) iPhone isn’t doing too well in China. Apparently Taobao.com, the only site aside from China Unicom where...

China Unicom Confirmes UPhone

11/27/2009, China Unicom has confirmed that it will be launching the UPhone, which should be fairly similar to China Mobile’s Android-powered OPhone. The UPhone will be running a customized version of the Android OS, dubbed UniPlus. Aside from that, it will...