Category Archives: Phones
We compare the global OnePlus One running CM11s to the Chinese OnePlus One with ColorOS in our unboxing and first impressions review.
More companies are adding security functions to phones but few are making phones with security as the main feature. something which the Blackphone is offering as a niche.
Early today Meizu knocked out it’s own server when feverish fans headed to the company store to buy the Meizu MX3 for just $110.
Elephone’s Kitkat rollout continues with the launch of the $110 Elephone P10c.
Hexacore phones are still quite rare but if you can live with an Oppo N1 knock off then the iNew V8 is always an option.
As much as I love the white Vivo Xshot I am currently using, I really wish I had had the chance to buy this new blue version!
It’s not just developers who can enjoy the taste of Android L on their devices now, as the Android L Keyboard comes to the Google Play Store.
Leaked sample photos appear to have been taken with the next generation Xiaomi flagship phone, the Xiaomi Mi4.
Next week Nubia will launch a their New Nubia Z7 model, but ahead of the official launch the phone has been spied on the TENAA where it received it’s network license.
Google have updated their Google Search app which brings with it new voice search features from any screen.
The US might get another mildly-powered smartphone from Acer, if we are to go by a recent FCC filing.
After teasing the device for a few weeks, India-based smart devices vendor XOLO have announced the XOLO Win Q900s, a smartphone advertised as the world’s lightest Windows 8.1 phone.
You wonder if the JiaYu G5S is anything good? Well, we put the phone under a thorough test and want to show you our results in this review.
Chinese tech fans are going to be the first lucky few to get their hands on the sub $200 Lenovo A805e 64-bit phablet with LTE.
Hands on video review, and unboxing of the camera-centric Vivo XShot Android smartphone.
China’s TCL could be the first maker to launch an MT6595 LTE phone, dismissing Meizu, among other brands, from the race!
The JiaYu F1, a phone costing less than $50, could soon be succeeded by the new JiaYu F2 with LTE and equally low price.
Yes you read that correctly we will be giving away a 16GB OnePlus One! Keep reading for more details on how to win a OnePlus One!
If you happen to be in China this coming week then you might be able to get your hands on the China Unicom version of the Meizu MX3 for jsut 630 Yuan!
Nubia could be taking on the Vivo Xshot with a camera centric smartphone of their own, the Nubia Z7.