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Doogee aim to build their brand reputation in Europe by sponsoring Spanish football team Villarreal C.F.
Gionee might have launched the full-sized Elife E7 along with its mini sibling a few months back, but it is only now that the Elife E7 mini has been made available to consumers in India.
Vivo’s Xshot is confirmed to get an F1.8 aperture and OIS (optical image stabilisation), a world first!
Hexacore or 6-core, whatever you want to call it the Mediatek MT6591 chipset has just hit Antutu, here are the details.
ZTE once again go for Xiaomi’s jugular, today with the launch of their $135 ZTE Redbull smartphone.
Remember a few days ago when we broke details of the Eton Thundergod with octacore processor and huge 5000mAh battery capacity? Well here are more details to get your mouth watering.
Zopo recently posted the above image claiming that some really impressive features will be on future Zopo smartphones!
Over here in the west, people like to call Alibaba China’s Amazon. From what I am told, that is both incorrect and correct at the same time. Regardless of the reality of the perception, the perception over here still exists.
According to reports coming in from Chinese outlets, one of the country’s largest hardware manufacturers, ZTE is reportedly planning a launch of its first ever 64-bit Android smartphone.
Here are the first up close, detailed photos of the iOcean X8 octacore phablet!
A mid-life Xiaomi Mi3S update could bring more than just a boost in hardware to the phone and may result in a better looking device.
OnePlus have gone and turned the tables once more as they have just announced the OnePlus One flagship will have 3GB RAM and a Snapdragon 801 processor!
Storedot’s super fast charging battery reaches full charge in under a minute and drains at roughly the same speed as conventional batteries.
Huawei Ascend P7 rumour round-up! Everything we know about the next Huawei phone plus all the spy photos!
Phantom 2 Vision + is a quad copter drone that brings professional quality recording to the higher end consumer market
In an age where our smartphone have most features already built-in is the need for accessories dead? Or are there still some gadgets we would like to see created?
As promised the WCDMA version of the JiaYu F1 has gone on sale, and as expected it costs slightly more than it does here in China.
China releases an Android games system powered by the Rockchip RK3288 with Nintendo Wii and Xbox features!
Be wary when purchasing the latest Xiaomi machine as knock-off Xiaomi Redmi Note phones have been discovered in China!
It hasn’t been long since Qualcomm announced a refreshed Snapdragon 800 in the form of the 801, and we’re already witnessing the release of something that promises a lot more prowess.