Author Archives: Ying Hua
Blackview are hoping to capture their own piece of the sub $100 Android phone market with the 4.5-inch Blackview Breeze which looks just like a mini OPO.
Real photos of the Ulefone Be Pure have been published showing what we can expect in the looks department, but does the design make up for the specification choices.
No.1 get back to their clone roots with a knock off version of the Samsung Galaxy S6 which they say they are ready to launch!
It hasn’t taken long for Chinese phone makers to adopt USB C, with Innos being one of the first to confirm they will use the new standard for their Innos D600.
Ulefone have begun teasing the Be Pro, the real name of the Ulefone Be Pro Mini. Here are full specification details of this 5-inch phone.
LeTV could be set for an April 2nd launch or announcement for their new range of smartphones.
Tomorrow Xiaomi’s newest product will be unveiled, and it is looking likely to be a pair of TV’s running powerful Nvidia Tegra X1 processors.
One of the issues facing buyers of Chinese phones is the lack of warranty or support available, Ulefone are stepping up to this challenge by offering a 2 year warranty on their phones.
UMi have released an exciting new tool that allows you to easily update and install custom Android ROM’s on your UMi Zero.
It was widely reported that Ulefone would show of their Dare N1 model at MWC but in the end the mobile was a no show. For those of you expectently waiting for the Ulefone Dare N1 though you needn’t worry as the N1 is still in the works.
Mlais’sub $100 M9 has received a special price drop to just $84.99 for a limited time only.
Chinese phone maker Doogee are preparing a replacement to their popular Valencia model. Here are the first details of the Doogee Velencia 2.
Phone maker Doogee are working on a new smartphone to compete with the various other mid-range flagship phones on the market.
A few days ago there were rumours that Huawei’s stylish Android Wear watch could cost as much as $1000, hopefully these new details of a lower price are closer to the mark.
Online reseller Coolicool are offering savings on a huge range of Chinese Android devices available from their European warehouse.
OnePlus have gone from strength to strength since the start-up began, but with fierce competition we are now all looking at the launch of the OnePlus 2.
11am, 12th March, Xiaomi India will be launching something and it is likely to be their updated entry-level Xiaomi Redmi 2.
Blackview might not be a name you are familiar with, but the brand are committed to bringing their phones to Europe headed up by the Blackview Omega.
iOcean have released their MT6752 phone in Europe through an authorised Italian distributor to make shipping and after-sales plain sailing.
Even after all this time and more open sales, it is hard to believe that the Oneplus One still isn’t officially available in every country. The good news today is that 16 additional European countries now have access to the 2014 flagship killer.