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Here’s this weeks round up of news bites that didn’t make the headlines.
LeTV are up again for another launch this time on the same day as the Meizu m1 mini, and possibly with their very own smartphone.
Leaks posted this evening on Weibo claim to show some of the features of the upcoming Meizu m1 mini including the choice of Ubuntu OS.
Chinese media today have found spy photo of the chassis of the Huawei MediaPad X2 and believe the phablet will be unveiled at MWC.
A couple of renders of a new phone named the Ulefone Be X surfaced in our inbox this morning. Here is what we know about the phone so far.
Xiaomi’s tiny home media plug has proven popular in China with the first rounds of Mi Box Mini sales going in only 17 seconds.
Chinese tablets still might not be as popular as Android phones, but at least we are seeing companies move with the times and bring more functionality to the table, such as dual-boot on the Onda V919.
iOcean have released a video of their 64bit flagship phone running Antutu to prove what their new phone is capable of.
Meizu have pulled another surprise from out of their bag of tricks, with the announcement that they are teaming up with Chinese home appliance maker Haier.
IUNI, better known for their Android phones, have released a pair of earphones with unique twist to adjust feature.
Following on from the official announcment of Meizu’s launch at the end of the month, the company have now released teasers allowing us to take a guess at what to expect.
Cyanogen boss Steve Kondik has revealed that he and his team hope to release CyanogenMod 12 for the OnePlus based on Android 5.0 next month.
Zopo may have lost it’s mojo recently, but they are still playing the game with the launch of the new 64bit Zopo ZP720 Focus. Here are the first real photos of the new mid-range phone.
Ulefone aren’t waisting anytime with development of updates for the flagship Be Pro. Spy photos even show Android 5.0 Lollipop is undergoing final tests.
The final launch item from today’s Xiaomi announcement was the Mi Box Mini, an impressively tiny little Android TV box that will cost only 199 Yuan!
2015 has kicked off to a romping start with some exciting prospects from Xiaomi, Meizu and new processors from Mediatek. Qualcomm don’t intend to be left out of the party though and have arranged a coming out party for the Snapdragon 810 in China on the 23rd of this month!
Oppo R1C officially launched in China, rumoured specifications prove to be largely accurate.
It was only a couple of months ago when OnePlus announced 500,000 OPO until sold, now the company say almost a million have found new owners.
Umi have been enjoying a runaway success with their UMi Zero smartphone, and its great to see they are supporting their fans with software updates.
Even with a portfolio of their own processors, Huawei have opted for the 64bit MT6752 in the new Huawei G628.