Category Archives: Phones
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.
Ulefone Be Pro owners can expect to see an OTA update available for their 64bit phones.
ZTE’s all-new Blade S6 is now up for sale for $250. How good a buy is it though?
LeTV have posted more teasers for their phone on Weibo teasing that they plan to launch better iPhone 6 Plus.
All to often renders of a new smartphone don’t quite live up to expectation once the device launches. Not true with the Serendipity S7 which retains ultra narrow belles even in the flesh.
It has been a very long while since we last saw a new phone from Chinese phone maker THL, but finally the wait is over and their new 64bit flagship has arrived. Keep reading for full details of the THL 2015.
The 4.6mm thick (thin?) Gionee Elife S7 just posed for the spy cam. According to reports, it’ll also have decent specifications!
Another review of another promising Mediatek MT6752 powered phone. Keep reading for the full Meizu m1 note review.
The uber-slim 5000mAh power bank just went on sale in the Malaysian market. Keep reading for more details!
Chinese phone makers are flocking to MWC this year, and the super thin Gionee Elife S7 will be among the crowd.
Meizu boss Heng Zhang has hinted on his Weibo that an Ubuntu phone from the company could be unveiled at MWC this year.