Category Archives: Phablets
4G LTE is very much the thing to have here in China, and local manufactures have been quick to take up the slack and launch enabled devices.
Earlier today we posted spy photos of the next Nubia phablet. In the meantime Nubia released this teaser naming the new device as the Nubia X6.
HiLive have announced their HiLive Hi6 Note 3 clone will go on sale with the faster 2.0Ghz octacore MT6592 chipset.
Leaked spy photos of the Nubia Z7, aka Nubia X, show off new phablet sized 6.3-inch display.
iOcean’s G7 phablet has been given a final release date of 14th March along with some nice updates to the materials it is made from.
The zte Grand S II has been in the news for as long as we can remember, and the company showcased the device at the MWC where GizChina.es’ editor Eduardo spent some time playing with the device.
We are still at the start of the year, but already prices of Octacore Android phones are dropping to incredible levels such as this 5.5-inch, $190 Note 3 wannabe!
Another smartphone that Eduardo of GizChina.es managed to lay is hands on earlier today is Hisense’s X9T, a 5.5-inch phablet that comes powered by a Snapdragon 800 processor.
Unboxing and first hands on with the iOcean G7 octacore pahblet! The largest iOcean device to date!
ZTE hinted that they would use MWC as the time and place to launch the ZTE Grand Memo II LTE and here it is!
The octacore GooPhone N3 review is here! We have had our hands on the GooPhone N3 phablet for a few weeks now preparing this review. Find out what we think of this dual sim phone with the body of a Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
iNew, hot off their success with the wonderful iNew V3, have launched the iNew i6000+ octacore phablet with dual sim support and high end specifications.
The 7-inch Huawei Honour 7D-501U has just been seen receiving its network license, further blurring the lines between phone and tablet.
Unboxing and hands on video with the octacore GooPhone N3, Samsung Galaxy Note 3 clone.
After months of waiting and speculation, Chinese maker OPPO finally launched itself in the booming Indian smartphone market with their latest flagship — the OPPO N1.
2014 promises to be the year which really blurs the lines between phone and tablet with Chinese Android phones now being offered at sizes of around 7-inch.
There are plenty of cheap 6-inch phones on the market but they all suffer from poor specs and dismal resolution, the $165 Hasee F60 aims to aims to put an end to this!
If you still haven’t bought yourself a large screen Android phablet then you might want to give the Orientphone H8 some serious thought!
According to sources in China Xiaomi are now preparing 3 new Android smartphones to launch to lucky MiFans in the country.
Octa-core phablets galore, as another one hits the shelves in China. Festivities for the Chinese New Year seem to have begun already!