Tag Archives: octacore
Real photos of the Ulefone Be Pure have been published showing what we can expect in the looks department, but does the design make up for the specification choices.
Over in China, Lenovo have dished up the goods once again with the release of the new Lenovo K3 Note.
Video review of the Blackview Omega. This octacore Android smartphone boasts impressive build and will be on sale in Europe this year.
Ulefone have begun teasing the Be Pro, the real name of the Ulefone Be Pro Mini. Here are full specification details of this 5-inch phone.
Zopo are gearing up to launch a new version of its Touch range in the form of the mid-range Zopo ZP532.
Mlais’sub $100 M9 has received a special price drop to just $84.99 for a limited time only.
Elephone have released the final press details and promotional video for their Elephone P7000 flagship. Will it compete with the popular iOcean MT6752 and JiaYu S3?
Photos of a heavily disguised Huawei P8 have been posted offering a few sneak hints at the new phone’s design.
For those of you wanting a smaller, 64bit MT6752 phone there is currently only one choice and that’s the THL 2015. We’ve been lucky enough to get an early review unit and here is our first hands on and impressions of the octacore phone.
The octacore Mediatek MT6795 is a powerful piece of kit that’s for sure, but along with blazing performance it also packs a neat super slow motion feature.
Huawei’s Honor 6 Plus boasts impressive hardware and an interesting dual camera set-up, see how it all performs in the real world in the GizChina Huawei Honor 6 Plus review.
Ulefone set foot in the entry-level war zone with their Ulefone Be X costing just $89.99 to international customers.
Ulefone have sent over news of another smartphone they plan to launch at the end of this month. The 8-core Ulefone Be X will cost less than $100.
Chinese analysts have hit Weibo today with breaking news of Huawei’s and Qualcomm’s next generation processors.
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.
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.
Even with a portfolio of their own processors, Huawei have opted for the 64bit MT6752 in the new Huawei G628.
Elephone are offering GizChina readers a $20 discount when ordering the Elephone P5000 through authorised stores.
TENAA just got their hands on the new Oppo U3 smartphone, a cool looking phone that isn’t likely to get optical zoom as some sites are suggesting.
There is a lot of talk about 64bit processors etc these days, but there are still some fine looking MT6592 chipsets phones out there and prices are lower than ever.