Category Archives: Tech
Early hands on photos of the all metal Lenovo SISLEY show us a new Android device with iPhone 6 aspirations.
ECOO have updated their Facebook page to included partial specifications for their affordable flagship phone.
Oppo have released their first official image of the all new Oppo N3 smartphone with leather rotating camera pod.
Details of the flagship JiaYu S3 confirm LTE support and 64Bit Mediatek processor.
Allwinner have announced a new processor designed specifically for gaming consoles and Android TV boxes.
OnePlus China have been posting teasers of a new product that will launch on 13th October. So what will it be? Sources believe a JBL manufactured speaker is on the cards.
Has the first real photo of the Meizu MX4 Pro been leaked? Sources on Weibo are claiming so.
October 29th, Singapore. That’s the time and place the Oppo N3 will officially launch, but have these leaked render let the cat out of the bag early?
With the imminent arrival of the Zopo ZP999, many customers are wondering which is a better buy, the new MT6595 Zopo or the powerful Meizu MX4?
Rocking an octacore MT8392 Mediatek processor means the Cube Talk 9X is just at home connected via 3G on the go as it is at home over WIFI.
64Bit fever has spread like wildfire and now we have news of the first Android tablet to get a boost in architecture, the Cube T7.
ZTE join in on the 64Bit fun with the new ZTE Q802C
OnePlus fans can’t wait to see the OnePlus 2, with some even producing their own concept ideas which address some of the design choices of the original.
Mediatek have a whole host of great new processors lined up for 2015, but we think it could be the 64Bit Mediatek MT6752 found in the Wa Phone which will really begin the 2015 Chinese smartphone tech race.
Xiaomi’s mystery smart home box has been unveiled in an image on their Xiaomi Router product page.
China’s smartphone makers are quickly taking interest in launching wearable companion device to keep track of notifications and even health. Over the past year we have seen hundreds of wearables, but these 5 are current the most popular.
The Inwatch Pi is a traditional looking watch with smart features normally associated with wearable devices. Here early unboxing photos and details.
Motorola might have started it, but it is Chinese phone makers that are keeping the wood look fad going.
JiaYu aim to attract affluent Chinese customers with a 20K gold version of the super slim JiaYu S2 smartphone.
Once again, here at GizChina, we are taking a look at another amazing piece of kit and once again it comes from Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi. Rather than their phones or tablet, this time around we are reviewing the Xiaomi Piston 2 earphones. Find out if these budget earbuds live up to all the hype. We […]