Category Archives: Android
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.
Talk about passing your savings on! Elephone got in contact today to tell us that the second batch of P6000 will get a price cut and that they are offering another $10 off to GizChina readers.
Don’t get the old Zopo ZP720 mixed up with the new Zopo Focus ZP720, it’s an all new beast with all new features and alloy/glass design.
A lot of people scoffed at Mediatek when they made their first 8-core processor, but soon ate their words. Will the same happen with Mediatek’s rumoured 10 and 12 core chips?
Here are our predictions for the Xiaomi flagship phone launch on the 15th January. Keep reading to hear why we think it’s an all new device, won’t be the Redmi Note 2 and how if we are wrong we will just be as excited.
So far Xiaomi’s teasers have pointed at something new, and that’s what we believe we are going to see at the 15th Jan event. Not a Xiaomi Mi5, or a new Redmi Note 2, but a new phone all together.
Earlier today we received a couple of new phones for review, but the first to get the benchmark treatment is the 64bit MT6732 equipped Elephone P6000. Here is how it performs.
Polaroid, once the first name in instant camera tech, are now in trouble with Oppo after showing off an Oppo N1 clone at this past CES.
Even with a portfolio of their own processors, Huawei have opted for the 64bit MT6752 in the new Huawei G628.
Meizu bosses promised last year that they would launch 4 new phones in a year, perhaps they meant the Chinese Year (which ends in Feb 2015) as the 4th phone in the range is rumoured to come at the end of January!
Will 2015 be the year of bezeless smartphone displays? Some think it is a possibility with ZTE’s Nubia taking point.
The JiaYu S3 is one of the most anticipated smartphones for 2015 and when it finally goes on sale will get a choice of tight fitting silicone covers.
It’s been a day of Xiaomi rumours today and those continue in to the evening with images of the chassis from an unreleased Xiaomi phone in China.
Xiaomi are all up in the headlines today, now after receiving its network license for a new budget phone powered by a Leadcore chip and rumoured $65 launch price!
More images of purported Xiaomi Mi5 rubber cases turn up on supplier sites in China, highlight a new design and features of the upcoming flagship!
Online web stores specialising in international phone sales are already offering the new Xiaomi Redmi 2 at $154.99.
Silicone cases for the Xiaomi Mi5 show us a large phone with possible IR blaster.
Has Meizu’s reign come to an early end? Cooled are hoping so with the 3 new Coolpad X7 phones costing from just 1599 Yuan.
No.1’s G2 smartwatch, also known as the Galaxy Gear wannabe, has been on sale for sometime and our sister site GizChina.es finally got some hands on time with it.
Rockchip want to bring about a revolution with their latest $10 worth TV boxes.