American multinational technology company Apple may be forced to put off the launch of a 5G version of its iconic iPhone by months due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the Nikkei Asian Review has reported.
Chinese phone company OPPO has announced the release of its latest flagship device, the Find X2 Pro, which will be available for purchase in the second quarter of the year at a retail price of $1599.
Apple's iPhone 11 was the second best-selling smartphone globally in 2019, even though it was released in September of that year, meaning that four months were sufficient for it to gain that position. The top position was also taken by the same company, with the iPhone XR taking a 3% market share globally.
The "Bully Boys" are still hard at it I see.
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