Category Archives: Android
Samsung’s latest addition to the Galaxy range sports a curved display bring content to the edges of the phone, it looks great in photos but what is it like in person?
Huawei released their first ever Android watch at MWC and we got some hands on time with it. Here are our thoughts.
Mlais have sent us exciting information for their M52 Red Note, a $160 MT6752 smartphone boasting Android 5.0 and launching later this month.
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.
Huawei’s own EMUI has been ported to the UMi Zero by a developer on the XDA forums, see it in action below.
For those of you wanting a smaller, 64bit MT6752 phone there is currently only one choice and that’s the THL 2015. We’ve been lucky enough to get an early review unit and here is our first hands on and impressions of the octacore phone.
We’ve seen how well the octacore, 64bit MT6752 performs in the JiaYu S3 with 2GB RAM, now it’s time to see how it does with an additional 1GB RAM with iOcean MT6752 benchmarks.
Upcoming Ulefone set for March release with fingerprint scanner and Android 5.0
iOcean have sent us one of the first iOcena MT6752 Rock phones to test out. Keep reading for our iOcean MT6752 Rock hands on and first impressions photos and video.
Lenovo look like they are planning to make waves at MWC this year with the launch of 5 new devices all under the Vibe sub brand.
If you have the Elephone P6000 and are being kept awake at night with poor scrolling performance then this is the fix for you.
MIUI 6 for the Redmi Note 4G is reportedly being seeded to owners of the device in India.
Micromax is one of the three Android One partners of Google in India, but the maker has gone on and started seeding an Android Lollipop for one of its phones.
Gionee have received TENAA approval for their new slim phone, and while it isn’t as thin as we had hoped it still loss rather promising.
UMi Zero owners are once again lucky to get another firmware update for their alloy bodied phones.
The Egreat A9 and i6 are two surprisingly distinct TV boxes with their own set of USPs.
64bit processor in Chinese phones means Android Lollipop on Chinese phones, and development is moving fast with Uletone jumping on board with the Ulefone Be Pro.
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 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.