Tag Archives: quad-core
You might not have heard of the Oukitel U8, but the device looks like a worthy budget alternative to the mighty Elephone P7000.
Small Pepper are one of the more cult Chinese phone makers, who we don’t hear of much outside of China, but could that change with the Small Pepper 9?
TCL, the owners of Alcatel, have just reinvented what is to be an affordable Android phone with the new TCL ONO for just $95.
If you are waiting for a large battery phone with fast charging then you have been probably waiting for news of the Bluboo X550 and here it is.
Elephone’s entry in to the large battery space, the Elephone P4000, will be officially announced tomorrow along with an amazing low price.
The Xiaomi Mi 4 has finally been announced for the Malaysian market, but there’s a catch.
Samsung’s Galaxy S6 (the flat screen version) has been born again in the form of a low cost Android clone from China.
The Bluboo X550 can now be pre-ordered for an attractive price of just $150, but for a limited time.
Micromax has just announced the Canvas Spark Android smartphone for the Indian market, with a quad-core processor and Android Lollipop.
The Blackview Breeze is a super affordable OnePlus One lookalike that can now be ordered for under $75!
Daway is a new brand in the Chinese smartphone market and are hoping to slowly wiggle their way into the budget section with their Daway Z6, a budget device that literally screams “budget smartphone”.
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 […]