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10 amazing new Chinese phones which will launch, leak or be teased within the next few weeks!
Oppo’s team are gearing up for the launch of the Oppo Find 7 on the 19th March, and as can be expected, the leaks are speeding up.
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.
Although a Xiaomi tablet that’s allegedly in the works has shown up multiple times in the past, rumours around the same have died down in the recent times.
Which CPU do you think OnePlus have settled on for their first flagship phone? Plus more details of the lateest OnePlus teaser.
Xiaomi boss, Lei Jun, spoke openly about a new Xiaomi phone model today and just moments later more leaked details of the Xiaomi Mi3S hit the social networks.
Earlier today we posted spy photos of the next Nubia phablet. In the meantime Nubia released this teaser naming the new device as the Nubia X6.
Young upstart Elephone have sent us details of their octacore flagship smartphone, the Elephone P9 Water.
With only 16 days to go until the official launch of the Oppo Find 7, a photo sample released by Oppo themselves tells us the new phone will have a 50 mega-pixel rear camera!
Latest rumours claim that LG will be launching the QHD, octacore LG G3 as early as June this year!
An AT&T branded prototype of the upcoming, dual camera, HTC M8 has been leaked and given a 12 minute hands on in this video.
The iPhone has largely remained unchanged throughout its life and the iPhone 6 seems to be much of the same, with the exception of a possibly borderless design.
Leaked spy photos of the Nubia Z7, aka Nubia X, show off new phablet sized 6.3-inch display.
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.
The latest Rockships R3288 processor with integrated 4G LTE network support is rumoured to make it’s first appearance in tablets from April this year.
JiaYu are still planning to launch octacore versions of the popular JiaYu G4 and stainless steel JiaYu G5 Android smartphones.
If reports are to be believed, the now-Facebook subsidiary is all set to roll out a similar update for Windows Phone users.
Nokia’s long awaited and first Android phone was unveiled at MWC and has now come to China to get it’s Network approval.
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.