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Even with the year coming to an end we still haven’t managed to get to that point in time where Chinese phone makers realise that cloning is going the way of the dodo, so here is the Kingsing S1+.
If these press images can be believed then the Otium U5 has the narrowest bezels of any Android smartphone from a Chinese phone manufacturer
With a 5.5-inch display, LTE and fingerprint scanner, the Bluboo X6 could be a budget Meziu MX4 Pro alternative
Blubo have leapt at the chance to go 64Bit and slammed the new Mediatek MT6732 processor in their latest Blubo X6 along with a few more interesting goodies.
Doogee can easily be described as the most active low-cost phone manufacturer from China. Suddenly appearing out of nowhere, Doogee now has an impressive product lineup to show off and is showing clear ambitions towards the European market. One of the most recent Doogee creations is a phone called DG580, with the term “Kissme” thrown […]
JiaYu are marching in to the LTE phone market with the both the JiaYu S3 and mid-range JiaYu F2. The F2 is spotlighted this time around with the first official specs of this exciting phone.
Mobile Phone maker Axgio presently provides an Amazon coupon worth USD10 with which a customer can get the company’s 4-core HD smartphone Neon N1 at a final price of USD99.99.
The most awaited announcement from Google this year is now done with. The Nexus 6 is official and kicking! Here’s what you need to know about the flagship Nexus phone.
DOOGEE are adding new phones to their range, starting with 3 new LTE equipped devices boasting Mediatek’s latest 64bit processor.
After the launch of a new Huawei Honor 6 Extreme, we have another Huawei option announced this time for the opposite end of the Android spectrum.
Cubot continue to focus entry-level phones with the announcement of the $99.99 Cubot S168.
We list our Top 5 4G LTE phones for less than $150 from China. LTE and high specifications never cost so little before!
Subor returned from the 80’s this week with a remarkably cheap Android powered Xiaomi Mi4 clone, now they are back at TENAA headquarters with a Meizu knock-off.
How do the the all new $100 Android One smartphones compare to $100 Chinese phones? We compare Micromax, DOOGEE and Elephone a head to head showdown!
This is what we like to see! A well thought out phone with a balanced hardware set up, security features and even a 4G LTE data connection!
One of the original 1980’s clone makers from China is back with a knock off Xiaomi Mi4 costing only $65!
iOcean target the low-cost smartphone segment with the ultra-affordable iOcean X1 for $112.99.
Huawei’s Honor Holly aims at the Redmi 1S with a surprisingly similar specs set. Do you think it will succeed in its endeavour to beat the Redmi 1S?
Earlier this week we received a KingSing S2 sample, the phone that wants to be your LG G3 wannabe. Here are our initial hands on impressions.
Jolla’s self titled smartphone, the Jolla went on sale in India today for 16,499 INR or roughly US$270.
We take a quick look around the LTE equipped Zopo ZP520, but we can’t help but think there must be something better to buy for almost $200!