Xiaomi’s Nvidia Tegra K1 clad Mipad went on sale yesterday and sold out in only a matter of minutes.
Earlier today we posted the disappointing news that Oneplus One customers will be in for a delay, well that’s true for international customers at least.
Could Meizu be the next big name to release a wearable device loaded with Android Wear?
Flyme development for the Samsung Galaxy S4 confirmed by Meizu’s founder.
Gionee’s slimmest smartphone offering, the beautiful Elfe S5.5 is now starting to receive the much anticipated KitKat treatment.
Xiaomi announced earlier today that the company sold a staggering 26.1 million smartphones in H1 ’14, which is more than all of what they sold in 2013.
If you were one of the lucky few to win a OPO invite in the “Storm of Invites” giveaway, then prepared to have your enthusiasm dashed as those phones will be delayed.
Rumours over on the JiaYu forums suggest we could see our favourite JiaYu models update to LTE later in the year.
A leak, along with a few teasers from the company, points to a ROM that is believed to be in development at the XOLO facilities; something made to rival MIUI.
After a considerable round of rumours, the ‘mini’ version of Samsung’s current flagship, the Galaxy S5 has now gone official.
A Windows Phone device from Lenovo, which we first heard of some 3-4 weeks back, now appears to be real and kicking.
News from the Lenovo camp tells us that the K920 aka Vibe Z2 Pro received a network licence in China, along with what could be the official pricing of the device!
Nubia could be up to more than we had first thought, as a new Nubia Z7 design turns up for it’s spy photo glory.
Gionee have posted a new video promoting the Gionee Elife S5.5 that pokes fun at plastic Samsung devices.
Follow our simple how to guide to flash CyanogenMod 11S to your Chinese version of the OnePlus One phone.
We are getting closer to the next generation Xiaomi phone, so it is no surprise that alleged leaks of the Xiaomi Mi4 have been posted online.
We compare the global OnePlus One running CM11s to the Chinese OnePlus One with ColorOS in our unboxing and first impressions review.
More companies are adding security functions to phones but few are making phones with security as the main feature. something which the Blackphone is offering as a niche.
Early today Meizu knocked out it’s own server when feverish fans headed to the company store to buy the Meizu MX3 for just $110.
Elephone’s Kitkat rollout continues with the launch of the $110 Elephone P10c.