yi horizon

There’s no shortage of new gear at CES 2018, even Xiaomi backed Yi is on hand with another new addition to its ever growing camera range.

With the New Year fast approaching we look at a few things that we all are guilty of doing/not doing and what we can change in 2018.

zte blade z9

New full screen ZTE phone makes an appearance over on Spanish ZTE website.

HTC hasn’t given up on the flagship phone market and could be on the verge of releasing something very special indeed.

At a meeting in Taiwan today, Mediatek’s General Manager Chan Kwang Chau, confirms the launch of 2 new P Series chipsets in 2018.

Every year we hope things are going to change, but time and time again the Chinese tech companies slip into the same paths as before. …

Users of rugged Android phones might find this upcoming mini device from Ulefone of interest.

sj8 pro

Chinese action camera maker, SJCAM, is planning to launch a flagship camera with dual screens and native 4K video support.

Long-running Meizu fan site and forum will finally close its doors in 2018.

With the launch of the Huawei Mate P10 this year to release the P9 we were expecting the P11 to come in 2018, but a leaked roadmap suggests something else.

Apple might have made Face Unlock the next must-have feature, but Chinese brands have made the security feature open to all.

gome u7

The Gome U7 smartphone features face recognition, iris recognition and fingerprint scanner!

We all thought that the end was just in sight for Le Eco, but out of the blue the Chinese tech giant has gone and released 10 new products.

Punk Brand, the start-up that says it want’s to “f*ck up the mobile industry” has been quiet for the past few days leaving fans with the question “Is Punk Brand For Real Or Not?”

The smartphone industry is at a point now that any phone launched in 2018 without these features just won’t be worth buying.

zopo p5000 unboxing

Zopo, once the darling of the Chinese smartphone market, is back just in time for Christmas with the recently launched Zopo P5000 and it could be their best phone to date!

Chinese startup, Punk Brand, has been setting it’s Facebook Page on fire with remarks about certain phone brands.

punk brand

A young startup named Punk Brand promises to “F*ck Up” the mobile industry and even calls out Meizu, Xiaomi and Oppo!

oppo r11s unboxing

Another attractive smartphone from OPPO, but we’re going to learn if beauty is more than skin deep. OPPO is well established in the smartphone market …