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If you have been following the news then you will all ready be aware that Meizu will launch the Blue Charm tomorrow at an event in Beijing. Here are all the details we know so far!
The Huawei Ascend GX1 could be the phone that bridges the gap between Huawei’s smaller phones and the larger Ascend Mate 7.
Hisense, the huge Chinese whitegoods maker, have just had their latest Android tablet pass through the FCC.
In recent months it has become increasingly rare not to see a 64bit phone from the many Chinese phone makers. Oppo have a few up their sleeves, but the first will be the Oppo 3007.
It’s thanks once again to the developer community that the Xiaomi Redmi 1S has already received an update to Android 5.0 Lollipop.
Chinese phone-makers often are the first to adopt new technologies into their products, but in case of 4G LTE, the not so new anymore standard for fast internet access on-the-go, this hasn’t happened as fast as most of us would’ve liked. Reason for the delay simply is the time Chinese network providers took in order […]
Another Xiaomi hit’s TENAA with new 64bit specifications which could be the new Xiaomi Redmi 2. Keep reading for full specs.
KingZone are one of the great surprise brands on China for 2014, their phones so far have been great quality and they now have hordes of happy customers. Next up from the brand is the new KingZone Z1 with 64bit chipset.
Bird have released real images of their 64bit iPhone 6 clone after getting official TENAA certification earlier this month.
TCL have managed to get hold of the new LTE MT6752 chipset from Mediatek ahead of other manufacturers to update the low-cost MEME Da.
iNew will be starting the new year with another mid-range smartphone with slim body and high specs.
More TENAA news today as Koobee get their quad-core, 64bit phone approved for sale in China.
After rumours of the Meizu Blue Charm Note (aka M463M) was seen at TENAA we have managed to uncover the official datebase listing with images and a few confirmed specification details.
ZTE has made the successor to the Star 1, aka the Star 2 official with the same system-level voice recognition and Snapdragon 801 SoC for $400 in China.
In the middle of next week Meizu will release their budget friendly Blue Charm phone. According to reports in China today the phone has been spotted at TENAA for network approval.
If you are looking to get in to the Windows tablet market, but don’t want to shell our for a big name brand, the Pipo W2 is a good stepping stone at only $130.
Lenovo’s new ‘Fancy Maker’ online-only sub-brand is in the works for a 2015 launch.
Xiaomi Mi4 clones are sure to be popular this year, so we take the time to go hands on with one of the first to hit the market! The DOOGEE DG850 Hitman.
We are seriously loosing count of the number of companies using the Xiaomi Mi4 as inspiration for their new smartphones, but however many it is here is another name to add to the list.
Apple have been beaten to the launch of their own smartwatch by HongKong based device maker Aiwatch.