Category Archives: Android
Pipo has been among the fastest rising Chinese tablet manufacturers, ever since the company hit it off with dual-core RK3066 tablets in 2012.
Today Oneplus announced a new centralised OnePlus Account system which will merge all current and future OnePlus services in to one easy to manage account.
Many have suffered due to lack of storage on their Android smartphone which lacks storage expansion features. However, this nifty little tool aims to solve this crisis and doesn’t cost much!
Chinese start-up Geak are working on their newest piece of wearable tech, the 2nd generation Geak smartwatch.
Mediatek are in the headlines again for keeping the source code for the Omate Truesmart watch to themselves, but the problems run deeper than that.
Who says smartwatches need to look like 1980′s Casio watches? The Moto 360 is as elegant and stylish as they come!
While the demand for flip phones might have died down in most markets of the world, the Chinese (among other Asian markets) still seem to have a bit of flip-phone hunger left in them.
Xiaomi’s super-popular MIUI (pronounced ‘me-you-eye’) is all set to start a new journey altogether thanks to it now having support for tablets.
Dong Nguyen, developer of the uber-popular and often criticized Flappy Bird app, when asked about the return of Flappy Bird app stores said “I’m considering it”. What are we to make of this?
OnePlus is what is going on in many a smartphone fan’s mind of late. Only recently, the company announced that their yet to be released OnePlus One will feature a 3100mAh battery along with a quad-core Snapdragon 800 that was announced earlier.
Starting in just a few hours, at noon Singapore time on March 7th, Xiaomi will begin selling its flagship Mi3 phone to Singapore customers.
With Vivo and next Oppo offering phones with 2K displays, it is no wonder that phone giant Huawei are considering the tech for their next device.
According to reports, India’s Karbonn are working on a yet untitled smartphone which will boast not only only the usual Android compatibility, but support for Microsoft’s Windows Phone os as well.
ZTE had an interesting showing at the Mobile World Congress, and headlining that was the ZTE Grand Memo II LTE. The 6-inch phablet is really blurring the lines between tablet and phone, and initial impressions seem positive.
We wrap up the best of what Huawei had to offer at the Mobile World Congress show in Barcelona. The Chinese manufacturer came to the show with a wearable, a console and a television.
Marvell isn’t as often talked about as say Qualcomm or MediaTek, but the fabricator just took a shy at the headlines thanks to a recent release; a 64-bit quad-core mobile chipset.
Mediatek are reinventing themselves with a new logo, new slogan and new technology. Is it time for them to go global?
The Keybee keyboard has launched after being in development since 2012. We take a closer look at it and see if it really is a better way to type on a touchscreen.
Jingdong (JD.com) will be the exclusive retailer of the Nokia X, Nokia X+ and Nokia XL in China. The Android phones won’t be sold officially at any retail stores in China.
The octacore GooPhone N3 review is here! We have had our hands on the GooPhone N3 phablet for a few weeks now preparing this review. Find out what we think of this dual sim phone with the body of a Samsung Galaxy Note 3.