New leaked photos of the JiaYu S3 finally show us more of the new flagship JiaYu and actually prove the company have a working model.
It’s not only the big name brands that get cloned, but also popular devices from brands like JiaYu who are warning customers to be vigilant when ordering G4S and G5S models from China.
JiaYu’s range of ’S’ series flagships might be welcoming a small 4.7-inch 64bit device in the coming weeks named the JiaYu S4.
JiaYu are marching in to the LTE phone market with the both the JiaYu S3 and mid-range JiaYu F2. The F2 is spotlighted this time around with the first official specs of this exciting phone.
JiaYu G6 fans will have seen the exciting news that their phones now have an official Kitkat ROM. Christopher from GizChina.de goes over how to update your phone in this step by step video.
After yesterdays annocument of a new JiaYu S3 model, leaked photos of the 64Bit phone along with its smaller brother have been published.
Details of the flagship JiaYu S3 confirm LTE support and 64Bit Mediatek processor.
JiaYu finally update the 5.7-inch JiaYu G6 octacore phone to run Andorid 4.4.2 Kitkat
JiaYu aim to attract affluent Chinese customers with a 20K gold version of the super slim JiaYu S2 smartphone.
Here are ten Chinese phones that sell in other markets with different names after being rebranded!
Spy photos of the JiaYu F2 have surfaced, promising a quality, LTE phone at a low price.
JiaYu’s super slim octacore flagship, the JiaYu S2, will soon be available in new colours including a gold version and stealthy all black.
JiaYu G4S owners stop what you are doing and get to your computers! JiaYu have finally released an official Android 4.4 Kitkat update for your octacore phones!
Rumours over on the JiaYu forums suggest we could see our favourite JiaYu models update to LTE later in the year.
You wonder if the JiaYu G5S is anything good? Well, we put the phone under a thorough test and want to show you our results in this review.
The JiaYu F1, a phone costing less than $50, could soon be succeeded by the new JiaYu F2 with LTE and equally low price.
For a company usually ahead of the game, Mediatek are doing a poor job of jumping on board the LTE bandwagon, but as the faster data service becomes more mainstream in China manufacturers are already hinting at the MTK LTE phones.
Chinese smartphone reseller SPEmall have reduced pricing for the Xiaomi Redmi Note to $230 and confirmed stock of the WCDMA G2F will be available from next week.
We were starting the believe that JiaYu had decided not to launch the WCDMA version of the JiaYu G2F when news of its release date arrived in our inbox.
After 2 years on the market is the old faithful JiaYu G3C still a great value Android smartphone?