While FAEA launched the F1 Penguin last night, they also surprised fans with a new new flagship FAEA F2 Penguin flagship model with 5-inch 1080 display and built in NFC.
The FAEA F1 has been finally launched in China with a retail price of 799 Yuan ($130), making the Meizu MX2 clone one of the most affordable 720p, NFC equipped phones on the market.
The HTC Desire 600 is a quad-core, dual-sim phone which is set to go on sale in Europe and the Middle East from early next month.
JiaYu seem to be making good on their promises for the JiaYu G4 and now the quad-core JiaYu G3S which just just made an appearance in the JiaYu store here in China.
Green Orange will officially unveil their flagship phone on the 30th May, yet with just 7 days to go leaked photos of the Green Orange N1 have been posted showing the super thin phone for the first time.
Eyeing up a Chinese quad-core phone with 1080 display, but fancy something a little different from the UMi X2? Take a look at the iOcean X7 as an alternative!
Renders leaked on Sina Weibo claim to show the ultra slim Huawei P6 ahead of it’s launch next month.
Low-cost MTK phablets are in plentiful supply, but they all lack one thing, a high-resolution display! Well that won’t be the case for long as phablet maker Carpad are preparing to update the Carpad T65 with a 6.5-inch FHD panel!
Nubia is the China only flagship brand of ZTE, which currently has the single model on sale, but an alleged deleted Weibo message could hold the secret of Nubia’s future.
It’s rehash/midlife update time of year again. Xiaomi have boosted the Mi2 to M2s, JiaYu will start production of the quad-core G3 very soon and now Ginwave have announced they plan to produce a quad-core version of their Gnote phablet.
So the iPhone 5S might have a fingerprint scanner? So what the Konka V981 has already been announced with fingerprint scanner and 4.8-inch Super AMOLED display!
Sometimes we wish our Android phone could have everything, and why not. Components are getting smaller and prices lower so it isn’t unreasonable to hope for features like NFC, OTG and MHL in one handset. Chinese phone maker Mogu agree!
JiaYu are acting out of character and actually seem to be moving pretty fast. Just hours after posting they had received a network licesnse for the G4 a pre-order page for the JiaYu G4 Youth has gone live! Just 6000 JiaYu G4 Youth i.e the 1GB model with 3000mAh battery, will be available in China…
Still no launch date, however after receiving their network license JiaYu are gearing up for the first full production runs of both the JiaYu G4 and quad-core G3!