Category Archives: Phablets
Doogee can easily be described as the most active low-cost phone manufacturer from China. Suddenly appearing out of nowhere, Doogee now has an impressive product lineup to show off and is showing clear ambitions towards the European market. One of the most recent Doogee creations is a phone called DG580, with the term “Kissme” thrown […]
This time we really don’t know what to call the Chuwi DX1. The design and size say it’s a large phablet, while the processor and brand suggest it is a tablet. Take a look and tell us what you think.
VOOC rapid charging is one of the most exciting features the Oppo Find 7 has to offer. It really is the world’s fastest charging phone, needing only 30 minutes to charge the battery to 75%. And this is not just a marketing claim, it is a proven fact. Now Oppo is working on the N3, which […]
TCL, or Alactel OneTouch, depending on here you live, have announced the Hero 2 6-inch phablet with added LTE.
ZTE launch the amazing $230 ZTE Zmax in New York with large HD display, LTE and Snapdragon 400 processor.
The Cube T7 could become the worlds first phablet combining a 64-bit SoC with 4G LTE support.
Huawei isn’t missing out on the IFA action. The Chinese company just unveiled the Ascend Mate 7 phablet that comes with a 6″ display, a 4100mAh battery and is only 7.9mm thick!
Real photos of the GooPhone N4 have surfaced giving us the first clear look at what the knock-off Samsung Galaxy S4 will look like.
So part of the speculation is over! Huawei will be showing the Huawei Ascend Mate 7 at IFA, the latest in it’s flagship phablet range.
Now if you thought that the Mediatek MT6589 series (including the MT6589T) was dead, then you are wrong. PiPo is actually taking out the MT6589T of its dusty grave again for their newest addition to the T-series of tablets / phablets. The new PiPo T6 comes the SoC running at 1.5Ghz and a 7-inch 1280 […]
Huawei are looking to dampen the launch of the Xiaomi Mi4 this money by releasing a product of its own on the same day.
News from the Lenovo camp tells us that the K920 aka Vibe Z2 Pro received a network licence in China, along with what could be the official pricing of the device!
Chinese tech fans are going to be the first lucky few to get their hands on the sub $200 Lenovo A805e 64-bit phablet with LTE.
Specs sheet of Samsung’s next-in-line phablet spearhead, the Galaxy Note 4 was just spotted on an AnTuTu listing which seemingly confirms an Exynos variant.
With reports of certain Chinese phones coming with infected ROMS it would be a good idea to detect if your phone has been compromised with uupay.A here is how.
Here are parts 4 and 5 to our iOcean X8 giveaway! Once you have these pieces all you need to do is to wait until Sunday to enter the competition.
China’s back to what its best known for – making clones. But this one’s special… read on to know why!
Here are the next two questions for you to answer for your chance to win the an octacore iOcean X8.
After being a victim of numerous leaks, Micromax’s Canvas Gold A300 is finally official, and in style, with a 2GHz 8 core CPU and Android KitKat.
The Umi Cross phablet will now be available in China at the new low price of only $160.