The Xiaomi Redmi Note 2 Pro has leaked yet again with the same Meizu-esque rear panel it stared leaking out with. More details, including specs, inside!
The new Gionee S6 is now official in China with an AMOLED screen, 64-bit octa-core processor and a design that will want you to keep looking at the phone!
OnePlus have finally provided the timeframe for when the users of the OnePlus One and the OnePlus 2 can expect Android 6.0 Marshmallow on their phones.
A Google engineer has gone on record to say that the USB Type-C cables being shipped with OnePlus devices aren’t very compatible with the standards.
Another new Gionee has popped up with some rather interesting specs, including a 6-inch display, MT6753 processor and a 5020mAh battery in the GN8001.
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The new Chuwi eBook is a $170 tablet that supports dual OSes and bundles a pressure-sensitive stylus.
The latest OxygenOS OTA — with version 2.1.2 — is now seeding for the OnePlus 2. It brings in camera improvements among other features; full list inside.
What do you get if you cross the leaked images of the Xiaomi Redmi Note 2 Pro from today with the Meizu Pro 5? Take a look at the Ulefone ‘Metal Age’ for the answer.
The Vivo X6 is an upcoming flagship believed to feature a force touch screen and a MediaTek Helio X20 processor. More info inside…
The upcoming Gionee Elife S6 has leaked yet again, confirming the launch date and confusing us with a completely new design compared to previous leaks.
Cyanogen Inc. with boss Steve Kondik revealed plans of how it plans to ‘disrupt’ the $75 phone segment with good software along with a flagship in 2016.
According to reports from China-based outlets, Xiaomi is on its way to scrapping its Snapdragon 820 deal with Qualcomm for the Mi 5, for a MediaTek chipset.
The Xiaomi Mi Pad 2 leaked through a benchmark database, confirming the processor make and model… and teasing support for Windows 10.
SPEmall are offering GizChina readers a discount code that will bring the cost of the Xiaomi Redmi Note 2 down to just $137.99.
LeTV have officially opened their U.S online mall and are now selling LeTV accessories to residents of the United States with LeTV smart TV availability …
With the Snapdragon 820 finally official, all eye are on China for the first SD820 powered phones. We all have our favourites at who could be first, but have Xiaomi beat everyone to the finish?
Xiaomi is said to be working on switching from LCD to OLED displays for its forthcoming phones. Keep reading for the details.
Aimed to cost around $70 on the international market, the Elephone S1 and S1 plus hope to be the most premium budget phones you can buy.
The Vivo X6 just leaked through promo material and a picture, thereby confirming its three color options (which include a Rose Gold version).