Category Archives: Tech
One of Huawei’s new models is the 8-inch Huawei Mediapad M1 and GizChina.es Editor-in-Chief, Eduardo, managed to get some hands on time with the device.
SanDisk just upped the ante with the launch of their seriously high capacity 128GB microSD card!
Nubia are telling us their next phone will be the Nubia X, and tipsters are saying this is the first spy photo of the new device.
The Omate Truesmart Android watch has been photographed in new colour options.
Unboxing and first hands on with the iOcean G7 octacore pahblet! The largest iOcean device to date!
Mediatek have a few interesting items on show at MWC we take a look at the ones which GizChina readers have been waiting for the most! LTE and Android 4.4 KitKat support!
Jingdong (JD.com) will be the exclusive retailer of the Nokia X, Nokia X+ and Nokia XL in China. The Android phones won’t be sold officially at any retail stores in China.
First official hands on with the Ubuntu Meizu MX3, one of the world’s first Linux powered smartphones!
GizChina’s roving reporter, Eduardo, is currently on the prowl around the show floor at MWC and has come across a device Chinese phone fans have been waiting for.
Qualcomm announce the updated Snapdragon 801 boasting new features which manufactures have no reasong not to upgrade to!
Alcatel show off prototype phone with Wysips technology for solar charging and internet via light waves!
TCL/Alcatel have teamed with Sunpartner Technolgies to show off a prototype smartphone at MWC using Wysips technogly which can charge the phone and receive data over LIFI.
The octacore GooPhone N3 review is here! We have had our hands on the GooPhone N3 phablet for a few weeks now preparing this review. Find out what we think of this dual sim phone with the body of a Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
It’s only been hours since China’s Huawei showcased the not-so-secret Huawei MediaPad X1 to the world, at the MWC in Barcelona. Folks at AndroidCentral had some hands-on time with the Huawei MediaPad X1, and here’s what they think.
Finally after all the leaks, and after an early launch here in China, the Huawei Mediapad X1 finally get’s it’s international debut at Mobile World Congress.
So that mystery Huawei tablet we posted earlier was something, and that something is the 4G LTE equipped Huawei Mediapad M1.
@Evleaks has posted this render of the Huawei Smartwatch alongside a mystery device which is clearly not the the Huawei Mediapad X1.
It has been long rumoured (and leaked) that Huawei would launch the Mediapad X1 tablet at MWC, well Chinese E-commerce site seems to have ignored the memos and launced the tablet ahead of schedule.
The Huawei Mediapad X1 is by far the worst kept secret of MWC! Once again the tablet breaks cover again with Antutu scores.
Cube have been doing quite well over the past 12 months with their range of “Talk” tablets, low-cost 3G enabled tablets which allow for voice calls. The next in the range will be an octacore model using the latest Mediatek octacore SoC.
Remember a few months back when that amazing looking $50 JiaYu F1 showed up only to have TD-SCDMA support? Well good news! The WCDMA version of the JiaYu F1 has now got its network license and could go on sale soon.