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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.
Talk about passing your savings on! Elephone got in contact today to tell us that the second batch of P6000 will get a price cut and that they are offering another $10 off to GizChina readers.
The Pipo W3 is a powerful Windows 8.1 tablet from China, promising to be a real workhorse with its type cover. Hot or not? We’ve got our hands on it to figure out!
Earlier today we received a couple of new phones for review, but the first to get the benchmark treatment is the 64bit MT6732 equipped Elephone P6000. Here is how it performs.
Manufacturer Beidu have officially announced the Little Pepper 6, a 64bit phone with 20 mega-pixel camera headed to the Chinese market.
What another new Elephone phone? Yes, the Elephone G1 is another smartphone from the fast growing phone company and their first to sell for less than $50 internationally!
Of the technologies we are going to see implemented more over the coming year, Sapphire Glass is in the top 10 and Chinese Desai are offering it on a budget.
The Elephone P6000 is the first 64bit smartphone from Elephone, and our sister site GizChina.es has already managed to go hands on with the device.
No.1 managed to get their most recent clone quite right, and the same can be said for their first rugged device, the No.1 X-men X1.
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 […]
After releasing a OnePlus One clone, Landvo have taken a shine to the Huawei Ascend Mate 7 and released the 64bit Landvo L600S.
The Android One model by Google has now been taken to neighbouring Indian markets including Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh.
Blackview, sounds like the name of a private security company doesn’t it? Well they aren’t, they are the latest smartphone manufacturer from China to try and tempt your wallet in the entry-level to mid-range market.
Chinese phone-makers often are the first to adopt new technologies into their products, but in case of 4G LTE, the not so new anymore standard for fast internet access on-the-go, this hasn’t happened as fast as most of us would’ve liked. Reason for the delay simply is the time Chinese network providers took in order […]
iNew will be starting the new year with another mid-range smartphone with slim body and high specs.
ZTE has made the successor to the Star 1, aka the Star 2 official with the same system-level voice recognition and Snapdragon 801 SoC for $400 in China.
Mediatek’s 64bit processors are giving smaller phone makers a boost to help them tackle main phone makers, even if they are producing clones.
Huawei have set up shop in the UK where they are selling their Honor 6 and Honor 3C phones direct to customers.