Category Archives: Tech
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.
Android tablets have one serious flaw: They are great entertainment devices, but going productive on them can be a pain in the ass. The obvious alternative is a tablet PC running the x86 version of Windows 8.1. Still many would like to enjoy the benefits of both worlds on one device and exactly this is […]
Rumour has it that Asus are working on a new line of wearables with incredible battery life but they won’t run Android Wear.
The Ubuntu train might be making its next stop at MWC suggests a teaser from Meizu.
UMi Zero owners are once again lucky to get another firmware update for their alloy bodied phones.
Xiaomi recently posted a video on their Facebook page showing the use of live crabs and lobster to test their Mi4, some fans are not impressed.
The octacore Mediatek MT6795 is a powerful piece of kit that’s for sure, but along with blazing performance it also packs a neat super slow motion feature.
The Egreat A9 and i6 are two surprisingly distinct TV boxes with their own set of USPs.
We might have come across the GFXBench listing of the world’s first MediaTek MT6795 phone. Keep reading for more details!
UMi are making moves in to the Indian smartphone market place and could also be ready to launch a range of accessories starting with a pair of earphones.
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.
Want to see what we think of the latest flagship from Xiaomi? Keep reading for our first impressions of the Xiaomi Mi Note plus hands on video.
At $99.99 the Elephone G2 sounds like great value for money, and now with it’s official release and Cyanogen support it seems simply incredible!
Exclusive video shows the Chinese Elephone P6000 running Android Lollipop.
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.
Ulefone Be Pro owners can expect to see an OTA update available for their 64bit phones.
LeTV have posted more teasers for their phone on Weibo teasing that they plan to launch better iPhone 6 Plus.
The 4.6mm thick (thin?) Gionee Elife S7 just posed for the spy cam. According to reports, it’ll also have decent specifications!