There are no shortages of Android smartphones on the market from China. There are many big companies such as Huawei, Xiaomi, Oppo, OnePlus and many others here in Malaysia. It’s safe to say the Android market is very crowded and competitive. But there’s a new company on the horizon, seeking to capture a tiny portion of that market.
FreeYond is a very young company based in Shenzhen China, founded June of last year by Yu Lei plus 17 founding members. The brand name was inspired by the science fiction comedy drama, Upload, “Freedom” and “going Beyond.”
A Malaysian investor, Dato’ Eddie Chai Woon Chet invested RMB100 million (approximately RM64.4 million) into the company. FreeYond’s official entry into the Southeast Asian market with Malaysia being the first country.
The company is planning to launch its product on 21 March 2023 in Kuala Lumpur. This is FreeYond’s official entry into the Southeast Asian market with Malaysia being the first country.
FreeYond said they are going to showcase two smartphones M5 and F9, two smartwatches Watch F1 and S1, a TWS headset Pods 1 and several new products.
We will be attending the launch, so stay tuned to our page and social media for more updates on FreeYond products.