Category Archives: Phones
Huawei’s first real Android smartwatch is here and you can see it live in action in this recently released Huawei Watch promotional video.
Get to know all about the newest kid on the block, in this in-depth and unbaised Yu Yureka review.
Xolo’s entry-level A1010 just went live in the Indian market, but it isn’t the most powerful phone at $90.
Gionee’s Elife S7 is going to be a looker, and the company’s making sure we don’t lose interest before the March 2 launch.
Alibaba is a great source of tips and leaks for upcoming phones, and once again the Ecommerce platform is helping to piece together both the HTC M9 and Samsung Galaxy S6 phones.
If you are one of the few owners of the newer Doogee Titans 2 business smartphone, then get to your PC now and download the Android 5.0 update right away!
Gionee have confirmed that they will be at MWC with the Elife S7, and now also announced that Amigo 3.0 based on Lollipop will be there too.
Ubuntu for phones has been shown off by BQ and at MWC Meizu will show the MX4, but what if you want Ubuntu Touch right now? Well if you have a OnePlus One then you are in luck.
The Asus Zenfone 2 was one of the big surprises of CES, with an Intel chipset and 2GB RAM and low price it promises killer performance and Antutu scores to some way to prove it.
Karbonn aren’t the only Indian phone maker to launch a phone today, Micromax have released their Canvas Selfie phone, a model that looks very familiar to us.
India based Karbonn have released their latest Android phone costing a remarkable $88.
Mediatek won’t be slowing down this year and plan to launch the 20nm MT6796 64bit later in the year.
With MWC starting in only a few days there are a lot of great Chinese and international brands we can look forward to seeing. Of course it is the Chinese tech that we are more concerned about and here are the top Chinese phones we expect to see at MWC.
French electronics vendor Archos is set to bring four new phones on the market this MWC.
It might seem a little rediculous to be talking about Kitkat updates while everyone moves on to Lollipop, but that’s what owners of the Flagship Gionee Elife E7 can look forward too.
Huawei’s own EMUI has been ported to the UMi Zero by a developer on the XDA forums, see it in action below.
Could it be possible that Google are looking to work with a Chinese phone maker to product a new Nexus device? Sounds logical to us, and even insiders are acknowledging rumours of such a partnership.
The last flagship we saw from Gionee was the Elife E7, and with that phone now heavily discounted we have to wonder what’s next? Could it be the Gionee Elife E8.
Purported leaked images of the Samsung Galaxy S6 have been posted online, how long until we see a clone emerge from Chinese phone makers?
Xiaomi fans should mark the 2nd March as a date to remember in their dairy as a new mystery product will be unveiled, but what on earth could it be?