We are seriously loosing count of the number of companies using the Xiaomi Mi4 as inspiration for their new smartphones, but however many it is here is another name to add to the list.
Even with the year coming to an end we still haven’t managed to get to that point in time where Chinese phone makers realise that cloning is going the way of the dodo, so here is the Kingsing S1+.
Earlier this week we received a KingSing S2 sample, the phone that wants to be your LG G3 wannabe. Here are our initial hands on impressions.
The KingSing S2 is looking more and more impressive as we learn more about it. We list some of the most interesting features of this LG G3 wannabe below.
KingSing have taken advantage of the new Windows licensing rules and have launched the KingSing W8, an 8 inch Windows tablet for less than $100.
More details of the KingSing S2 LG G3 clone announced along with where to buy and intro price details.
KingSing, a manufacturer who started life as a low-cost phone maker, are fast becoming a clone maker that could rival even GooPhone!
KingSing, a company specialising in affordable and budget phones have released their Oppo Find 7 inspired KingSing S1.
K5, another popular entry-level smartphone of KingSing, is now available on Amazon UK for £69.99.
Travel back in time a few years and the idea of a useable $100 Android smartphone would have been ludicrous, now there are so many to choose from we have had to put together a top 10 of Android smartphones under $100!
KingSing have announced that their popular KingSing K2 smartphone is now available through Amazon in the UK for just £54.99.
We get our hands on the octacore Kingsing T1 Android smartphone to see just how good a $160 octacore smartphone can actually be.
Take the design of the Note 3, shrink it down to 5-inch and mix in an octacore MT6592 chipset and you have just created the Kingsing T1! Aka the worlds most affordable octacore smartphone!