Category Archives: Phones
Xiaomi revealed their action camera earlier this week and already international resellers are listing the compact camera for pre-order.
MWC attracts smartphone brands of all sizes and from all over the world and we were not surprised to see Chinese phone maker Doogee in attendance with two new models.
Huawei’s latest tablet isn’t much larger than the biggest flagship phones and you can even make phone calls on it? Is this really a small tablet or a large phablet?
The evasive OnePlus One is set to become easier to get hold of for residents of EU.
Lenovo’s first camera centric phones goes on display at MWC and I got some hands on time with it, keep reading for more information.
Xiaomi is all set to enter the European market, direct via Mi.com. But there’s a catch… read to know more!
Xiaomi aren’t the only ones to have a new sports action camera this week, ZTE also had their first such device on display at MWC.
Samsung’s latest addition to the Galaxy range sports a curved display bring content to the edges of the phone, it looks great in photos but what is it like in person?
The Huawei Honor 6 Plus is heading to the UK via carrier Three.
The Ubuntu version of the Meizu MX4 is was the device I really wanted to get my hands on at MWC. Keep reading for my first impressions of the Meizu’s latest below.
Gionee’s latest (and greatest?) Android smartphone was unveiled at MWC. The 5.5mm Gionee Elife S7 is a quality looking smartphone, but how does it feel and run once in the hand?
At CES the Asus Zenfone 2 was one of the big surprises of the show, boasting amazing hardware at a great price, but do the expectations live up to the reality.
The world’s first Firefox OS phone powered by a MediaTek processor just went live.
Huawei released their first ever Android watch at MWC and we got some hands on time with it. Here are our thoughts.
Known to be one of the slower animals on the planet, the Snail has now lent its name to a new Android console hardware maker from China.
Gionee’s Elife S7 was announced moments back at the MWC. The phone comes with a powerful octa-core processor and a 5.2-inch Super AMOLED screen among others.
Security plays a big part in phone design and specification, and ZTE have taken it up a notch with an eye scanner in the new ZTE Grand S3.
It’s becoming more comment for Chinese phone makers to concentrate on Audio, the latest Lenovo A7000 goes one step further by being the first to offer Dolby Atmos.
Mlais have sent us exciting information for their M52 Red Note, a $160 MT6752 smartphone boasting Android 5.0 and launching later this month.
Confirmation of an upcoming phone doesn’t get much better than a teaser from a company itself, which is exactly what Huawei have done with the upcoming P8.