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Ulefone are celebrating the Chinese Spring Festival by offering free gifts with purchases of their phones.
Lenovo release update roadmap for a handful of their phones.
One of the more exciting phones launches at CES was the Asus Zenfone 2 with 4GB RAM, now reports are in that a Qualcomm and Mediatek variant could be in the works.
The Egreat A9 and i6 are two surprisingly distinct TV boxes with their own set of USPs.
The eye-pleasing ZTE Blade S6 is now on pre-order is Malaysia, but is it affordable enough?
We might have come across the GFXBench listing of the world’s first MediaTek MT6795 phone. Keep reading for more details!
UMi are making moves in to the Indian smartphone market place and could also be ready to launch a range of accessories starting with a pair of earphones.
64bit processor in Chinese phones means Android Lollipop on Chinese phones, and development is moving fast with Uletone jumping on board with the Ulefone Be Pro.
Check out our Xiaomi Mi Note size comparison with the MX4 Pro and Huawei Honor 6 Plus.
Want to see what we think of the latest flagship from Xiaomi? Keep reading for our first impressions of the Xiaomi Mi Note plus hands on video.
MIUI has been instrumental in Xiaomi’s success as a manufacturer, but you probably didn’t know how popular the forked Android ROM is.
Xiaomi have confirmed that it will be entering the US market and plans to launch a US based E commerce store for certain accessories.
At $99.99 the Elephone G2 sounds like great value for money, and now with it’s official release and Cyanogen support it seems simply incredible!
Exclusive video shows the Chinese Elephone P6000 running Android Lollipop.
OPPO’s Mirror 3 just went live in the Indian market, but is it priced beyond comfort for a mid-ranger?
OnePlus has finally made a (somewhat more) comprehensive announcement about its OxygenOS ROM.
There was once a time that you could only buy a Chinese phone through an online reseller, but with the popularity of Chinese phones more local distributors have set up, so which is better for the customer?
The speed of clone manufacturers is quite scary, how they can get a fake version of a newly launched phone like the Xiaomi Mi Note in the market is amazing and a troubling thought to international buyers.
The chaps at over on the XDA forums have managed to remove the Maxx Audio application and libraries from the OPO meaning you can try it on your Android phone.
UMi plan to release a UMi Tool to help with the installation of updates, and custom firmware.