The Pixel 3 XL has had many premature appearances in the wild, but it's actually beginning to cement itself in the retail world now.
Some traders take it as a bad omen for overall demand while others in China are just looking to get their iPhone XS early.
With a 91.24 percent screen-to-body ratio, it's an impressive phone indeed. No word on pricing, though we can bet it'll be steep to import.
If the rumor proves true, it will be the first official outgrowth of availability for the first notched Nokia phone. It may be called the Nokia 6.1 Plus.
Speed is the game, OnePlus is the name. Will its latest Android smartphone keep up? It has 480fps video capture, a new Snapdragon 845 chip and a new storage option. All for a little more money than the OnePlus 5T.
The RFID Octopus Card has been around for two decades. Perhaps it's finally time to move it to smartphones. Samsung Pay is the first step.
Two reports came out of Japan and Taiwan. One more then got out from Taiwan. Then came Canada, China, Greece and Hong Kong. What's up with the iPhone 8?
Windows Mixed Reality headsets launch today and this one seems to be a crown jewel with AMOLED displays and a wide field of view.
The lines weren't that much longer at two locations in Hong Kong by the time 8am rolled around on Friday, iPhone 8 launch day.
The Android Developers blog didn't even get updated with the vulnerabilities when this update started circulating in Hong Kong and Taiwan.
The gaming hardware manufacturer has partnered with the telco to open a new RazerStore and provide special mobile services for its fans.
After a few weeks in early access and with a scavenger hunt of promotions, Samsung's mobile payment system is breathing fully around Kowloon.
That Galaxy S8+ with more RAM is now available for pre-order at Hong Kong carriers, but how much will people have to pay for the privilege of owning one?
South Korea and China are known power markets. Hong Kong seems to have been partly an afterthought up until now. Samsung's finally pulling tricks here.
Hong Kong is aplomb with options to tap and pay for whatever you need. Why would Android Pay want to be here? At least, we think, to compete.
It'll be close to midnight in most of Europe before fans of the OnePlus 3 can start placing orders again and a minute before 6am in Hong Kong.
As said about 5 o'clock, it's gotta be September 7 somewhere in the universe. That's when the iPhone 7 is expected out this year and Hong Kong is ready.
In an odd Hong Kong-only release, the E3 Power is basically an upgraded Moto E3, but not as "badass" as the Moto G4 Play.
The Chinese company is skipping Shanghai and Shenzhen and asking Hong Kong's stock exchange to list it. It didn't take a selfie for the occasion.
The stoppage will last for 34 days in 23 European countries as well as Hong Kong. This move comes after Chinese OnePlus 3 sales started.
The US will get them first on July 26 while Canada, Europe and Hong Kong will see them on August 1. China sees official OnePlus 3 sales tomorrow, too.