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The flagship Gionee Elife E7 is now on sale at an amazing sub $200 price tag! Is this Snapdragon 800 phone still worth a shot?
A lot is going on with OnePlus and their ROMs, we have seen Lollipop teasers and now an official announcement that SwiftKey will be adopted by the company.
Meizu have been pretty good to owners of the Meizu MX4 Pro in terms of updates and have recently updated the flagship phone to Flyme 22.214.171.124.
The JiaYu S3, Meizu m1 note and Elephone P7000 aren’t the only phones to rock a new MT6752 chipset, the iOcean M6752 also has the 64bit chip and 3GB RAM as standard, and we have the GeekBench scores.
After almost 12 months on sale, Oppo have just cut the price of their flagship Find 7. Could the Oppo Find 9 launch soon?
Xiaomi already offer an amazing range of products from phones, to tablets, accessories and even clothing, but how about the quad-copter market?
The 5-inch Meizu m1 has had a slight downgrade in specifications since it was launched last week with the battery size being cut to 2500mAh.
If you are after a rugged smartphone with half decent hardware then the $225 No.1 Xmen X2 is one to consider.
Here’s another Elephone that can sit in the “looks promising” pile, the Elephone P8000.
Mediatek are on a roll with their 64bit chips and this is benefiting low-cost phone makers such as ECOO who have posted a score of over 40,000 points for their Ecoo E04 Aurora.
If you read over the rumoured JiaYu F2 specifications a few days ago you proabably though it was all good until you got to the CPU details, but new evidence suggests the phone might have a MT6732 SoC and FHD display.
MWC is the next big event in the tech calendar. Huawei are already working hard on their event show which will see the launch of new wearables and tablets.
Xiaomi ROM developers have managed to hack their way to getting Cyanogenmod 12 based on Android 5.0 Lollipop on to the Xiaomi Mi4.
If you don’t want to see what the Meizu m1 mini looks like, turn away now! Also, you will want to steer clear of Meizu VP Li Nan’s Weibo account where the original photo was posted!
Meizu sound like they are going to be connected to more than just your Haier washing machines as the company teases more ahead of this weeks launch.
A 4.7-inch Oppo phone has been seen at TENAA with similar design to the Oppo Find 7 but with blue Skyline notification.
HTC have prepared another stunner for the Chinese phone market. The HTC D826W has passed through TENAA inspection sporting Android Lollipop out of the box.
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.