2013 has been a stellar year for us and we are really honoured to have such a wonderful audience of Chinese tech fans! So what have been the most viewed articles on GizChina this past year? Find out here.
News of key Oppo staff setting up their own smartphone brand, OnePlus, has spread far and wide. While we don’t know much about their plans were are excited to see what they have planned and wonder if they have what it takes to produce the next Nexus phone.
Google’s Android Play store now has over 1 million apps to choose from, but there are only so many we can try, and even fewer which we will use on a regular basis. What are the top 5 Android apps you use?
Over the past few weeks I have seen quite a few of my friends and family make the switch from their current phones to Chinese Android smartphone devices. Here are 5 reasons why I think you should also make the switch.
My brother is a long time iPhone users, and although he still likes Apple products he had started to see he light and realised that (for phones) Android is the way to go. This weekend I helped my brother buy a new Android phone, this is what he bought!
Each time a new phone is launched by a Chinese phone maker one of the most common complaints is “why does it not have the latest version of Android?”. There are numerous reasons for this and we are going to try and answer as many of them now!
Android smartphones are amazingly feature packed. HD displays, huge performance, amazing cameras! These are some of the things we are treated to with our new phones, but of all the features which is the first one you test out when you get a phone in your hands?
Chinese phones are notorious for their high specifications and low-pricing, but also their difficulty to obtain and odd network compatibility! So we ask GizChina readers “Which Chinese phone do you use in your country?”
8-core fever is gripping the Chinese phone world, manufacturers, customers and even stores can’t wait to get their hands on the latest 8-core MT6592 phones which has led to some very misleading review and descriptions such as this for for a knock off iPhone 5S.
Later this month Chinese phone fans will be able to chose between either the all new JiaYu S1 or Xiaomi Mi3 for roughly the same price. Which one of these new phones is the better buy? Which would you choose?
The low to mid range Chinese phone market bas been flooded with large screen phablets for months, but only now are we seeing some seriously impressive hardware beneath all that screen real estate! Take a look at 4 of the best form Oppo, Geak, Coolpad and Vivo.