Tag Archives: quad-core
The Kingzone N3 Plus is Kingzone’s latest try to get hold of the budget-market. In this review we tell you if they succeeded this time or failed once again.
Micromax’s Canvas A1 from the Android One series is the world’s first MediaTek phone to get Android v5.1 Lollipop.
The Ugoos UT3S is now on sale for $120, and it comes with dual-band WiFi and a quad-core Rockchip RK3288 SoC.
The all new Beelink MXIII Plus TV box with Amlogic S812 and 2GB RAM is now shipping.
Another 64-bit handset has hit us for a review. It’s the Ulefone Be Pro this time. Ulefone make quite some noise recently after being active as an OEM manufacturer for the most part and now starting to develop their own brand. They managed to achieve quite a big success within a comparably short time, gathering […]
The Elephone P6000 is already a very worthy phone, but a choice of ROMs is going to spoil owners in a very short time.
Here’s the full review of the very first rugged phone from Chinese phone maker No.1 — the No.1 X-Men X1.
The already very impressive Elephone P6000 just got a bit better thanks to support for CyanogenMod 12.
Mediatek’s new 64-bit SoCs created quite a buzz on the market, being a lot more powerful than their Qualcomm counterparts while staying as cost-effective as we all are used to from MTK chipsets. It’s not only performance that has been improved massively though, GPS – thanks to GLONASS support, power consumption and integrated support for […]
The quad-core MediaTek MT6582 powered InFocus M2 with dual 8 mega-pixel cameras is set to go on sale in India via Snapdeal on March 10th.
Looking for huge energy at a low price? Then check out the Blu Studio Energy on sale now for $149 with 5000mAh battery.
Micromax is one of the three Android One partners of Google in India, but the maker has gone on and started seeding an Android Lollipop for one of its phones.
Another MT6732 phone goes on sale in the form of the fingerprint-enabled KingZone N3 Plus, which costs an attractive $160.
Read on as we go in-depth with the Elephone P6000 as one of the first MT6732 powered phones on the market, in the Elephone P6000 review.
The Egreat A9 and i6 are two surprisingly distinct TV boxes with their own set of USPs.
Doogee’s 64-bit Turbo Mini F1 with 4.5-inch screen is now on pre-sale.
ZTE have doubled the number of Blade phones in their range from 1 to 2 this week alone with the launch of another affordable Android 5.0 device.
JiaYu have released spy photos, specs and even official documents stating that the entry-level JiaYu F2 will be launching very soon.
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.
Elephone have sprung another update on their P3000 model which now comes with the option of 64bit MT6732 processor.