XiaoLajiao's 'iLA' Mobile Brand Will Attend MWC 2018

XiaoLajiao is a Chinese smartphone manufacturing company, which is better known as ‘Little Pepper’, as that is what you get when you translate it to English. This company has been operating in China, mostly, though its ‘iLA’ brand for the global market has been around since late 2015. The company is currently trying to leave its mark in markets outside of China, and will be arriving to the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona next year. During the tradeshow, the company will quite probably announce some new smartphones for the global market, and do its best to present itself to consumers outside of its homeland.

For those of you who do not know, XiaoLajiao aka Little Pepper has been around since 2012., and it has had successful partnerships with China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom, three main carriers in China, and they also became strategic partners of both Qualcomm and MediaTek, two smartphone SoC manufacturers. XiaoLajiao had launched its first smartphone back in 2012, and it has been limited to the Chinese market, while the company’s Little Pepper and Red Pepper series of smartphones have been quite popular in China, says the company. XiaoLajiao has been presenting its iLA smartphone brand in various tradeshows outside of China, the company had a booth at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) this year, while it also attended the Gulf Information Exhibition in Dubai, for example. The company’s official website is now up and running as well, though you won’t exactly find much content there at the moment. iLA is looking to bring content to its website soon, though, as some rumors are claiming that the iLA X smartphone is coming, though we don’t know much about this phone, though some rumors claim that it is inspired by the iPhone X.

That being said, the company’s Facebook page is also up and running, in case you’d like to check it out, and the company had also released a YouTube video on its official YouTube channel in order to present itself to its future consumers. The aforementioned video is embedded down below, just in case you’d like to check it out.

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