Category Archives: Phablets
When we recently reviewed the Kingzone N3 Plus we have been shocked about the fact that Kingzone didn’t seem to learn anything from the miserably performing and selling Kingzone N3. It still had a lot of annoying bugs, and even worse, Kingzone again claimed a false battery capacity: Instead of the promised 2,800mAh you only […]
Christohper from GizChina.de get’s to review the Oppo R5, but comes away less than impressed! Read the full Oppo R5 review here.
Huawei dropping the Ascend name and launch the P8 are only parts of Huawei’s big picture, a larger Mate 8 phablet is also on the table too.
Chinese media today have found spy photo of the chassis of the Huawei MediaPad X2 and believe the phablet will be unveiled at MWC.
With the wait for Snapdragon 810 processors, we have some time before the flagship Xiaomi Mi Note Pro will be available, but at least we know it is getting Android 5.0 Lollipop.
Xiaomi’s launch has been an impressive one, with the company launch 2 flagship phablet phones with some very impressive hardware specifcations! Keep reading for more details of the Xiaomi Mi Note.
Less than a day to go and the speculation and teasers continue with Xiaomi giving more hints about their upcoming flagship. It won’t be the Xioami Mi5.
Get you pinches of salt at the ready as alleged pricing and images of the Xiaomi Note have been published in China.
It hasn’t taken long for Huawei to get the GX1 from leak to launch, as the new phablet has just been revealed in China.
64-bit has become one of the most important selling points these days, especially now as Mediatek has thrown the first chipsets into the arena, capable of the new technology. The most interesting one for sure is the MT6752, featuring 8 Cortex A53 cores clocked at 1.7GHz and a Mali T760 dual-core GPU, thus promising well […]
One of the first 64bit MT6752 phones to come out of China has now been listed on reseller sites at the low price of phone $179.99!
After receiving plenty of criticism for the Lenovo Sisley S90 for the design and marketing, Lenovo are under fire again for the S60 phone.
Huawei Ascend Mate 2 owners will know all to well that Huawei had announced that a Kitkat update wouldn’t be happening. Upsetting times, but there is a Lollipop shaped silver lining.
Lenovo head to TENAA after their completed Motorola acquisition, with a huge screen 7-inch phablet.
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.