Author Archives: Ying Hua
A short video of a guy about to be dragged along on his BMX by a car could be the second teaser at a rumoured repair service HTC has in the works.
Xiaomi have announced today that they have bought a 4.7% stake in Westhouse, Kingsoft owned online gaming company.
The updated Vivo X3S is heading to the market very soon and at just 5.75mm thin the mid-ranger will be the worlds thinnest octacore phone on the market.
Mediatek have just officially announced their octacore MT6595 processor, their first processor with built-inn 4G LTE support.
Thunderbird aren’t a brand we are familiar with but according to their online store they have been shipping Snapdragon S4 phones for $131 since Christmas here in China.
We’ve yet to have been blown away by any of the current Android smartwatches but that hasn’t stopped giants such as Huawei jump on board the bandwagon.
More purported leaked Antutu benchmarks from China claim the Samsung Galaxy S5 does have a 2K display after all!
Reports from Taiwan suggest that Google might have chosen HTC to be the manufacturer of the next Nexus tablet.
Another Chinese built rival of the Google Chromecast is not available online through Aliexpress, the $27 EZ Cast, EZchrome dongle.
Alcatel have announced that they will be launching their rival to Google’s Chormecast in Europe. The Alcatel Home V102 will cost just 49 Euro!
If you thought that the octacore CoolPad F1 was a bargain at just 888 Yuan, just take a look at what Infoucs have planned with the 799 Yuan M320m.
Chinese OEM phone maker, Infocus have a few new phones in the works, the most exciting being the Infocus IN810 which boats a Snapdragon 600 CPU, 4G LTE and SD memory expansion.
The two tone, ultra-thin design of Vivo phones is the starting point many smaller Chinese phone brands begin with when producing a new phone, the Vtel X1 is no different.
In the eyes of consumers, Google owned Motorola Mobility is doing very well, but a quick look at their balance sheet shows they are in fact far from a healthy company, which could be why rumours of an acquisition by Lenovo have stirred up.
Now that China has lifted the 13 year game console ban Chinese companies aren’t wasting any time launching new products to the virgin gamer market.
iOcean have made good use of their popular iOcean X7 by recycling the phone and refreshing it as the iOcean X7S with octacore processor for only 1399 Yuan!
Xioami’s entry-level Hongmi is ripe for an upgrade and April of this year could be the date it happens.
We have seen some quite stunning phones from Zopo this year so far, however the best design award has to go to the stunning Zopo ZP780!
Huawei’s Ascend G6, aka the low-cost Huawei Ascend P6 has been sighted at the Ministry of Technology where some interesting hardware details have been revealed.
Huawei have announced the Huawei Ascend P6S, and updated version of the popular P6, but the “update” is barely worth mentioning!