Category Archives: Android
Ulefone set foot in the entry-level war zone with their Ulefone Be X costing just $89.99 to international customers.
UMi are in talks with E-commerce portal Flipkart to release the popular UMi Zero to India.
Finally the JiaYu S3 has arrived with us and already we have a hands on video and first impressions for you all to take a look at! Enjoy!
Another hands on today, this time I get to grips with the Ulefone Be Pro and come away pleasantly surprised.
Elephone P7000 news has been as rare as rocking horse teeth and there has been a reason for that, and as Elephone explained to us, users will be excited!
Here’s this weeks round up of news bites that didn’t make the headlines.
Great news this morning, as the delivery of our JiaYu S3 has been confirmed and the phone is winging its way to us I type.
A white UMi Zero has been once again spotted, this time undergoing testing in Shenzhen.
Chinese analysts have hit Weibo today with breaking news of Huawei’s and Qualcomm’s next generation processors.
IUNI, better known for their Android phones, have released a pair of earphones with unique twist to adjust feature.
Mediatek’s 64bit processors are the talk of the town this year, with many exciting phone sporting the new hardware, but Mediatek are already looking further down the road.
Xiaomi fans living outside of China can today breath a sigh of relief as you won’t have to wait months for a compatible LTE version of the Mi Note to launch, as they all will!
Purported specifications claim OnePlus 2 will retain a large display, but a second phone could be offered to fans of smaller devices.
Zopo may have lost it’s mojo recently, but they are still playing the game with the launch of the new 64bit Zopo ZP720 Focus. Here are the first real photos of the new mid-range phone.
After today’s launch, Xiaomi had a number of Xiaomi Mi Note phones for press and fans to play around with and as usual someone managed to run Antutu on the new device.
With Xiaomi’s new large screen phone launched, lets see how both version square off against the flagship Meizu MX4 Pro.
The final launch item from today’s Xiaomi announcement was the Mi Box Mini, an impressively tiny little Android TV box that will cost only 199 Yuan!
Benchmarking application Antutu, have reported their top devices for 2014 with the Mediatek powered Meizu MX4 taking 1st place.
We think it is pretty safe to assume that Meizu are launching a 5-inch m1 mini phone to complement the larger 5.5-inch note. Here is the latest spy photo along with more details.
Mediatek have brought 64bit processing down to a point that everyone can enjoy the benefits, but just what are the differences between the MT6795, MT6752 and MT6732? Keep reading to find out.