Category Archives: Tech
Only a few days before the Mobile World Congress begins and news from all the big players is hotting up! The latest from Samsung is a teaser for the Exynos Infinity!
We’ve been told that MWC is where we will officially get to see the 7-inch Huawei Mediapad X1 which makes the timing of these spy photos just right for the less patient of us.
This is the first every image of the Elephone P10, a Qualcomm Snapdragon smartphone with 4G LTE support scheduled for launch later this year.
The chances of this gold HTC One 2 render being the real thing are highly probably given that it is the legendary @evleaks who is doing the tipping!
Could this be the first leaked photo of the Oppo Find 7? Timing sure is about right, but is this purple phone really the flagship Oppo phone.
Since the Oppo Find 7 launch date was announced details of a second Find 7 model have been circulating the web, today more evidence a second flagship Oppo phone is published.
Posted on Weibo today, this could possibly be the first official image of the Huawei Ascend P7 “Sophia”.
Just how thin is the Jiayu S2? Well it might not be as thin as the Gionee Elife E5.5 which just launched but at 6mm it can hardly be called fat.
Rumours of an Android powered Nokia phone could be true as more leaked details and even a purported photo sample from the Nokia X turn up.
China has switched on its fast data network and already 4G LTE Chinese phones are launching. Here are our top 10 picks of current and future Chinese 4G LTE phones along with U.S carrier support details!
Google is tired of hearing about Android fragmentation and is finally starting to enforce a policy intended to ensure that new customers will get the latest Operating System available, or at least the one below it.
You may have already seen this video of Hugo Barra speaking to LeWeb, but if you haven’t it certainly is worth a watch as he give you a real insight at the sheer scale of things here in China.
Another device containing Nvidia’s next generation Tegra K1 chipset has appeared online, and the scores still look impressive.
As many of you may recall Neo were the company behind one of the better flagship quad-core phones of last year, the Neo N003, and are now applying their knowledge to the mid-range Neo Rio Poppy.
After a few leaks it looks like HTC are ready to finally officially launch their octacore HTC Desire 8 to Chinese fans later this month.
According to news reports India’s Mircormax are working on a rugged waterproof Android smartphone.
Details of Mediatek’s first 64-BIT processors confirm ARM Cortex A53 architecture, and 4G LTE support.
The 7-inch Huawei Honour 7D-501U has just been seen receiving its network license, further blurring the lines between phone and tablet.
Xiaomi have announced today that they have bought a 4.7% stake in Westhouse, Kingsoft owned online gaming company.
With the sort of growth Google’s Android has seen in the past few years, it is only logical to try and have it running on devices other than smartphones and tablets. Android is designed to run on devices on the ARM architecture, but most desktops and laptops of today have x86 processors which aren’t natively compatible to run Android.