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ASUS has announced that it has released the PadFone Mini in Taiwan, with plans to bring the device (devices?) to mainland China, Singapore, Russia, Hong Kong and Indonesia eventually.
With so many Chinese Android phones to choose from we have put together 8 of the best phones for Christmas 2013 to suit all budgets, tastes and uses! From 8-core to budget quad-core and Snapdragon 800 phones!
If you haven’t already heard the news the 8-core phone race is upon us with 4 launches this week, however there is one MT6592 phone already announced and priced! The Jiake V8.
Looking back at launches that have taken place in the past few weeks, it seems like Chinese manufacturers are going back to where they started from; manufacturing clones.
We’ve seen an array of leaks and spy pictures of various upcoming 8-core smartphones from a handful of Chinese manufacturers, and the addition of popular manufacturer to this list Gionee doesn’t nearly come across as a surprise!
The test device, running Android v4.3, shows the upcoming chipset running at 2.5GHz along with the lastest-gen Adreno GPU – the Adreno 420. The GPU is expected to operate at 500MHz and have a 10% faster pixel fill rate than the current Adreno 330.
Koushik Dutta aka “Koush”, a part of the CyanogenMod team and the creator of various 3rd party tools and hacks like the ClockWork Mod recovery and ROM Manager, recently showcased his progress with AirPlay mirroring on Android.
The OrientPhone N8 is a budget conscious quad-core, 8-inch tablet with built-in 3G and support of voice calls.
Are you looking to buy the low-cost Pomp W99? Then before you do read GizChina readers, Jeff Nield’s impressions of the phone. Budget bargain or big let down?
The Xiaomi Mi3 has captured the attention of smartphone users both at home and abroad, even to the extent that one international Xiaomi fan has taken the time to add English translation to the Mi3 intro video.
Mlais have released early hands on photos with the new Mlais MX59 Android phone, quite possibly the ultimate HTC One Knock-off!
Meizu have teamed up with Chinese E-commerce site Jingdong mall to launch the entry level Meizu MX3 today.
Chinese Meizu forum Meizumi have found listings of 8 Meizu MX3 version ranging from a low-cost 16GB to a range topping 128GB!
Meizu have been soldiering on for quite some time and are prepared to make drastic changes to the company to ensure they can compete.
Remember that mystery Oppo phone which popped up a few days ago? Well it looks like it is ready to launch in Australia, Hong Kong and Japan as the Oppo R819.
Over the past few months we have worked closely with a number of online resellers to bring discount codes to GizChina readers, it has become so popular we have decided to make it a permanent feature of the site.
The Neo N003 is still in limited supply across China, however customers must be happy with the build to the point they are testing the screen strength with an electric drill!
Leaked photos of a 6-inch display are rumoured to be from a new Zopo phablet which will offer 1080 resolution.
Gionee are looking to get some sex appeal injected in to their brand, and these leaked renders of the Gionee Elife E6 could certainly do it!
GizChina reader Brian Jackson continues his tale of purchasing his JiaYu G4 from China with a write-up and impressions of the quad-core Chinese phone after living with it for a week.