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It certainly seems that LeTV are going to head in to the smartphone market, with an audio centric device, as another teaser hits the news.
LeTV are up again for another launch this time on the same day as the Meizu m1 mini, and possibly with their very own smartphone.
We took the Landvo L200S for a thorough spin to check how good this budget LTE phone is after all. Read to know what we think!
Mediatek’s 64bit processors are the talk of the town this year, with many exciting phone sporting the new hardware, but Mediatek are already looking further down the road.
If you haven’t been on Weibo this morning you may have missed that they have announced the launch date for their newest phone, the Meizu m1 mini.
Ulefone aren’t waisting anytime with development of updates for the flagship Be Pro. Spy photos even show Android 5.0 Lollipop is undergoing final tests.
Benchmarking application Antutu, have reported their top devices for 2014 with the Mediatek powered Meizu MX4 taking 1st place.
War of the budget octa-cores! Check out how the iNew V3 Plus stacks up against the Mlais M9 in this comparison overview.
Mediatek have brought 64bit processing down to a point that everyone can enjoy the benefits, but just what are the differences between the MT6795, MT6752 and MT6732? Keep reading to find out.
A lot of people scoffed at Mediatek when they made their first 8-core processor, but soon ate their words. Will the same happen with Mediatek’s rumoured 10 and 12 core chips?
Alcatel has announced the OneTouch PIXI 3 series of smartphones, consisting of phones with screen sizes from 3.5 inches to 5 inches.
Our first sneak glimpse of the iOcean M6752 revealed only the rear panel, now new photos and render show more of the detail of this 64bit flagship phone.
Meizu boss Huang Zhang has confirmed on Weibo that a smaller Meizu handset will launch this year which will compete directly with the recently launched Xiaomi Redmi 2.
Read the full Lenovo Vibe X2 review here to get the real details of this powerful, layered design smartphone.
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 […]
4 phones from 4 top Chinese phone makers, but which of these 64bit Mediatek flagships will go home in your pocket?
UleFone’s back with the all new Be One phablet, which comes with a 5.5-inch display and an octa-core processor.
No.1 is famous for its blatantly cloned phones, but that hasn’t stopped the company from launching another bunch!
Another phone promised from Elephone, but this one is a gem. The Elephone P7000 has killer hardware and is firmly targetting the JiaYu S3!