Category Archives: Tech
Meidatek have a number of new processors ready to take the Chinese phone industry by storm and one mystery SoC is already in testing as seen here in leaked Antutu results.
Now that Xiaomi are taking over the phone market and are invading living rooms it isn’t hard to imagine the company producing a Xiaomi smartwatch but is this ever going to happen.
Here at GizChina we know Oppo as an emerging Chinese phone maker, but internationally they are better known for their Bluray players and soon their new premium headphones.
Well known developers from around the world including Chainfire, Xplodwild and Dees_Troy have come together to build another aftermarket ROM (or custom ROM) which aims to make the Android operating system more open and user-friendly – the OmniROM.
The Elephone P6 is yet another 6.3-inch Android smartphone, but some clever specification choices, excelling pricing and nice attention to detail (in certain areas) make for a surprising package.
Lenovo’s latest high-end Lenovo K910 has been spotted over at Tenaa receiving it’s network license.
Chinese made look-a-likes of the HTC One are nothing new but none have been so feature packed than the OrientPhone S6.
Newman are better known for their Android smartphones, but they also have a range of tablets including the likes of the new Newpad F7 with built-in 3G.
GooPhone, the infamous iPhone and Samsung clone maker, has opened an official online webstore where international customers can buy their phones.
According to a promotion poster put up by a Taiwanese retailer, HTC’s upcoming phablet, the One Max, might come in 3 different variants, each sporting a different processor! As expected, one variant of the HTC One Max will come with the Snapdragon 800 chipset. The Snapdragon 800 packs a 4 core CPU clocked at 2.3GHz. […]
While most manufacturers are still trying to secure a steady supply chain for the Tegra 4, details of the next two installments of the Tegra series — Tegra 5 and Tegra 6 — have popped up online.
After appearing in numerous leaks, mostly pictures, a video showing the next Nexus smartphone from all angles has emerged online, and we have to admit, the piece of kit looks slick!
XOLO finally took the veils off their much-anticipated XOLO Play Tab 7.0 yesterday in India. The manufacturer was known to be working on a Tegra-based device, technology enthusiasts in the country had been awaiting this launch ever since.
Shortly after ZTE announced the Nubia Z5 NBA version, the companies Chinese manager has posted an image of the next generation Nubia Z7.
The TCL N3 is possibly one of the hottest Mediatek powered phones to launch out of China this year, but as usual it is us here in China who will have the first chance to bag one.
In a recent development that is seen as a party spoiler for Xiaomi, popular Chinese video streaming service, Youku Todou took Xiaomi to court for allegedly providing users of the Xiaomi Box with unlicensed content.
Thin bezels and big screens are what we want to see from Chinese phone makers and TCL seem to have the mix just right with the new 6-inch TCL N3.
Allwinner held a small media event yesterday where they announced their plans for the rest of this year and in to 2015.
The JiaYu G3 has to be one of the most successful Chinese phones of the past 18months, it started life as a dual-core machines and has finally been reborn with a quad-core MT6589T chip.
Mediatek have gone on the record to confirm that they have LTE baseband support in the works and a processor will launch early next year.