Category Archives: Tech
iBall has announced the new Slide Cuddle A4 tablet with an octa-core processor and 7 inch screen.
The Chuwi Vi7 is arguably the world’s most affordable Intel Atom X3 device, retailing at under $60 as a special sale.
The Meizu MX5 has leaked showcasing the prowess of the MediaTek MT6795T processor that it will ship with.
The Ulefone Be Touch 2 already ships with a stock installation of Android Lollipop, but the company will soon offer popular custom ROMs for the phone for users to try soon enough.
Bluboo show the difference between their huge quick charger for the Bluboo X550 and a regular phone charger.
Yesterday we saw reports of a touch screen version of the Xiaomi mi band 2, but it seems it isn’t to be and those images were actually of the latest wearable from Zeaplus.
Looking for an easy to use tutorial on how to root the Elephone P7000? Ours is your go-to resource!
Gamepads are nearly an extinct species, but GPD seems keen on reviving them with the GPD XD.
The all new WIndows-on-a-stick iBall Splendo just got announced for the Indian market.
If you are waiting for a Ulefone Be Touch 2 to arrive with you then you might want to pass the time with the following video and Antutu details.
UMi kick off the weekend with some official photos of the all new UMi Iron. Keep reading for the first official UMi Iron photos.
OnePlus has launched its affordable Xiaomi Piston competitor, the Silver Bullet earphones in India.
The popular leakers group called Upleaks have done their homework once again, this time bringing us an image of a new unknown device from Xiaomi.
We get hands on with the UMi eMax to see what the largest, big battery UMi is like in the hand and in the flesh.
The rumors and news about the upcoming flagship from Huawei, the Honor 7, have become constant in the recent weeks.
Xiaomi is reporting some impressive sales figures for two of its products — the Xiaomi Mi Band and the Mi 4.
It seems that the latest unit in Xiaomi’s Redmi line has taken a visit to the Chinese Quality Certification Center.
China’s Meizu seems to be preparing to launch another unusual and unexpected launch, shortly after the launch of the Meizu M2 Note the company seems to be also replacing the budget Meizu M1.
You may all know that I received a Le 1 (LeTV X600) a few weeks back and have been using the phone as my daily driver since then. See what I think of the phone after a few weeks running this budget flagship in thisLe 1 (LeTV X600) review.
There’s still a few hours before the Gionee Elife E8 is unveiled, but GizChina has something to show to you before that happens.