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We’ve already seen next generation phones from Meizu, Oppo and Xiaomi, but the year still has some surprises left and we cannot wait to see what Chinese phone makers Zopo, THL, Xiaocai, Nubia and Jiayu have in store for us!

Another stunning HTC phone appears today in the shape of the HTC One Tigon, with the only upsetting feature being that it is just a concept.

Samsung’s next generation camera sensor will offer 8 x brightness in low light conditions than current versions.

Going by MMXNewscaster’s leaks, Indian smartphone giant, Micromax, might well be on their way to launch their first full HD device!

An anonymous tipster has managed to get their hands on an alleged Nexus operation manual which gives us details and full specifications for the next Nexus smartphone.

The phone market in India is one of the fastest growing on the planet so it comes as no surprise that Taiwanese phone maker could be launching the HTC Mini there soon.

ZTE are currently the 5th largest phone makers in the world, and with the growing interested in wearable technology they hope to become number 1.

Huawei’s flagship Ascend P6 has not been officially launched for sale to Kenyan phone customers.

Blu Products, the US based smartphone firm today announced the Studio 5.5, a phablet with a 5.5 inch screen true to its name. The device will be powered by the uber-popular MediaTek MT6589 chipset.

As expected, Samsung unveiled the source code used for the kernel of the various variants of their flagship phablet, the Galaxy Note 3.

Huawei’s new UltraStick is an SD which lacks any memory but packs a 3G punch.

Huawei have just launched its entry-level Huawei Ascend G700 in the Netherlands, boasting a quad-core CPU, 2GB RAM and dual SIM support.

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?

Chinese phone maker Nu.1 have released full details of their N3, a phablet which looks remarkably like the latest Samsung Galaxy Note 3!

Xiaomi co-founder Liwan Jiang has taken to Sina Weibo to confirm that the Nvidia Tegra 4 version of the Xiaomi Mi3 will go on sale on October 15th!

Contrary to what we’ve been seeing in the past about the next-gen Nexus smartphone, it might actually be called ‘Nexus 4 (2013)’ instead of Nexus 5. We saw Google adopt the same nomenclature with the newest Nexus tablet — the Nexus 7 (2013) — and with rumors of Google trying to unify the Nexus design, parallel naming strategies was only on the cards.

After making waves with their smartphones, Xiaomi now seem to be concentrating on add-ons and accessories for their phones. This includes the much in-demand Xiaomi Piston earphones and of course, the higher capacity batteries they have on offer for the Mi2 and the Mi2S.

To continue with the test on the Xiaomi Mi3, I decided it was a good idea to compare the performance of the phone against its predecessor, the Xiaomi Mi2S.

Mediatek must have impressed someone at Samsung, as reports are coming in that the Korean Android giant is planning to adopt the latest 8-core SoC the Taiwanese company.

Chinese E-commerce sites are hurting due to the slow moving iPhone 5C and have been forced to slash prices by more than $110!