Category Archives: Android
Alcatel have announced that they will be launching their rival to Google’s Chormecast in Europe. The Alcatel Home V102 will cost just 49 Euro!
When I first read about the iNew V3 last year I, like many of you, was pretty blown away by the high standard of equipment for a phone at such a great price. Now after a few weeks of testing I am just as impressed.
GizRom, developed exclusively for GizChina by Marsapa has been ported to the octacore Zopo ZP998. Download and install version 2.0 of the new ROM here.
Reports coming in from various outlets around the globe suggest that software giant Google is on the verge of discontinuing the almost-revered Nexus lineup of Android-powred smart devices.
iOcean have made good use of their popular iOcean X7 by recycling the phone and refreshing it as the iOcean X7S with octacore processor for only 1399 Yuan!
$230 isn’t all that much for an Android smartphone from a well known company, but in the case of the Liquid Z5 it really is fat too much money especially here in China where customers have the choice of something actually good!
With Meizu’s commitment to launching their phones outside of China, we thought it would be prudent to put the current flagship Meizu MX3 through its paces. First things first though wo here’s a detailed unboxing, hands on and first impression of the MX3 and Flyme 3.0.
The octacore Hike X2 has now been listed and available to try at Hike stores across China and come equipped with Mediatek’s NFC rival “Hotknot”.
A lucky few might soon be able to have the ease of use that the ‘multi-window’ feature brings along. First introduced by Samsung TouchWiz, the feature has managed to catch the fancy of many.
If you had $1000 to spend on an Android smartphone which would you buy? An Oppo N1? A couple of Xiaomi Mi3, Meizu MX3, Gionee Elife E7? Or this Mediatek equipped Changhong abomination?
The HTC One might be ripe for replacement but there is no denying that great design! Small Chinese phone makers agree to and keep rolling out clones of the HTC One including this new gold model from Pulid
Samsung has made available the Android v4.4 kernel source code it’s premier phablet, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
It has been another whirlwind week of amazing tech news this week. Here are our top 10 tech stories of the week.
Chinese phone maker Neken has released it’s first octacore phone of the year! An updated version of the Neken N6+ with 5-inch 1080 display for less than $300!
After surprising us with low-cost, high-performance hardware in the recent years, China now seems to have another trick up its sleeve — the COS operating system.
Xiaomi might have gotten a head start on the low-end, high-quality Android market, but competitors like Hisense and it’s VIDAA box are catching up fast.
Think Xiaomi are the only ones able to sell out stock of their latest phones in a few seconds? Think again as Coolpad managed to ship 50,000 phones in only 18 seconds!
JiaYu have finally revealed full details and specifications of the new budget JiaYu F1 smartphone which costs an amazing $50!
Although we have seen numerous leaked photos and even video of the Meizu MX3 we have had nothing official from Meizu about the details until today.
Zopo China have waded into the price wars with the launch of the octacore Zopo ZP80+ with 5-inch 1080 display for just $165!