Category Archives: Tech
After reviewing the Oppo Find 7a and using the phone since the day after the official launch, I thought it was about time I posted an update. It isn’t good news though.
There is no love lost between Xiaomi and Meizu and it’s only going to escalate, well if these rumours are true, with the launch of the Meizu MX4.
As the name would suggest, the iFive Mini 3GS is the 3G equipped version of the popular iPad Mini clone the iFive.
GooPhone might be the most infamous of clone makers, but China’s No.1 aren’t too far behind. Their recently launched S7 phone continues the knock off theme but fails to deliver as promised.
Today purported leaked images of the OnePlus One flagship phone have been posted on numerous sites. We haven’t posted them and here’s why.
Chinese tablet manufacturer Chuwi recently showcased a tablet, the design of which would ring a bell in minds of those who’ve seen the Lenovo Yoga before.
We know that the OnePlus One will cost under $400, but how much exactly? This leaked picture seems to know.
Meizu’s forked version of Android, Flyme 4.0, is still a ways off. However, concept images of the OS have been posted to its official Weibo account.
Photos of OnePlus One headphones leaked out onto the internet today, and they seem to draw some inspiration from Apple’s
We found out about the ZTE Star 1 a few days ago after images of it leaked onto the net. Now ZTE has gone ahead and released the device to the Chinese buying public.
Could the latest Mediatek suitor be Google’s very own Nexus smartphone range?
Again with the Xiaomi tablet leaks, only this one actually looks more like a tablet and less of a Magic Trackpad.
The 4G variation of the Oppo R1, the Oppo R1S has had images and its release date leaked on Weibo. The Snapdragon powered device should launch on April 25th in China
For a company as large and famous as Xiaomi, they have been experts at keeping their new products under wraps! Today a new image appears of a mystery device, one we hope will be a Xiaomi tablet!
The OnePlus One smartphone has been leaked again, revealing the devices innards and screen for the first time.
LG’s flagship for 2014, the LG G3 is all set to launch with a retina-shredding 2560 x 1440p display, along with a gold variant this summer!
One of the hottest reasons for the popularity of Chinese phones is dual-SIM support, well even that can get a little old and now tri SIM phones are hitting the market!
Next week in Beijing OnePlus will take to the stage and finally unveil the OnePlus One flagship phone, unfortunelty the surprise may have been partly spoiled by this recent leak.
Xiaomi recently launched MIUI for tablets, and gave support for the second-generation Nexus 7. Gizchina finds out if it’s worth flashing your Nexus for.
The Xiaomi app store appears to be a hot bed of piracy as many premium apps are available for free that cost money on other stores.