Category Archives: Phones
What a stellar year 2014 was! Great phones, amazing news and some of the best reviews we have published so far, but which GizChina phone review did you enjoy the most this past year?
An alleged leaked photo shows us what the Xiaomi Mi5 could look like with the addition of a fingerprint scanner home button.
The Elephone P6000 is the first 64bit smartphone from Elephone, and our sister site GizChina.es has already managed to go hands on with the device.
Xiaomi has finally released the source code for the kernel of one of its most popular devices ever, the Xiaomi Redmi 1S.
Xiaomi’s Redmi 1S is already quite a success, but the company is keen on giving it some LTE goodness.
The super slim OPPO R5 has gone official in India, following the Vivo X5 Max for an equivalent of US$470.
Xiaomi is renown as a smartphone and tablet manufacturer, but should it step into the laptop market already?
No.1 managed to get their most recent clone quite right, and the same can be said for their first rugged device, the No.1 X-men X1.
While we were celebrating the recent festive holidays, JiaYu launch the first pre-sales of the flagship JiaYu S3 and confirmed 3 colour options for their phone.
This isn’t necessary a list of the best phones of 2014 (although some of them are), but a list of the most surprising phones we have seen in the past 12 months!
Rumours are inbound that Xiaomi will be releasing something new on January 15th next year!
The No.1 Mi4 is a blatant clone of the very popular Xiaomi Mi 4. But is it any good? Lets find out in the No.1 Mi4 review!
Every single one of you reading GizChina for a while knows how we feel about clones: We don’t really like them! The main reasons are build quality and software, which obviously aren’t up to the standard of the original devices, nor similar priced unique devices. Even more, we don’t like to see great ideas and […]
It was a few months back when the Oppo N3 was announced with it’s motorised camera, and only now has it received network approval for sale in China!
You can now have a predefined schedule to turn your Xiaomi phone on and off, but only if you’re on the latest weekly ROM.
4 phones from 4 top Chinese phone makers, but which of these 64bit Mediatek flagships will go home in your pocket?
Of all the current 64bit MT6752 smartphones launching over the next few weeks, very few come close to the JiaYu S3 which has been officially listed from 899 Yuan in China.
UleFone’s back with the all new Be One phablet, which comes with a 5.5-inch display and an octa-core processor.
The Nokia N1 is on the brink of its release. Do you think the tablet has enough to challenge the mighty Xiaomi Mi Pad?
China’s OPPO seems to be having a better time than you think!