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Meizu are slowly clawing their way back in to the hearts and minds of Android phone fans, with new rumours, international launches and partnerships which may hint at a CyanogenMod future!

Hardware startup OnePlus have really started to start the hype machine up over on their Facebook page this week, their latest post claiming that they have created the most attractive phone yet!

Zopo China have announced that their flagship octacore phone, aka the Zopo ZP998 2GB version, will be available to purchase on Valentines Day.

Q3 is when Meizu will be pushing their way head first in to the U.S phone market and latest details claim that the launch will be accompanied by not 1 but a possible 3 Meizu MX4 models.

Right after showcasing the slender Huawei P6S, the Chinese maker has unveiled another addition to its family of smart devices — the not-so-powerful Huawei MediaPad 7 Youth2.

Huawei’s Ascend G6, aka the low-cost Huawei Ascend P6 has been sighted at the Ministry of Technology where some interesting hardware details have been revealed.

Xiaomi are rumoured to be expanding their range of portable power banks to include a 5200mAh model costing just $5!

If you had $1000 to spend on an Android smartphone which would you buy? An Oppo N1? A couple of Xiaomi Mi3, Meizu MX3, Gionee Elife E7? Or this Mediatek equipped Changhong abomination?

The HTC One might be ripe for replacement but there is no denying that great design! Small Chinese phone makers agree to and keep rolling out clones of the HTC One including this new gold model from Pulid

Remember last year when it took months for quad-core phones to reach lower price levels? Well this isn’t the case with the new breed of octacore devices and already we have some great phone for less than $300! Here are our top 5 octacore phones for under $300

The flagship JiaYu S1 has quitely launched outside of China and now available internationally at just $370!

Chinese phone maker HDC have hit headlines in the past due to their HTC One clones, but this time they get the limelight as the makers of the world’s cheapest octacore smarpthone!

India’s Micromax at the fore again, this time with a smartphone that not only allows you to make calls, but also pays you to watch ads!

Looks like its not only China’s govt. backed COS that’s aiming to bring down the Android and iOS duopoly. The WIP project, Tizen seems to be up to the task as well.

Rumors are abound with the HTC M8/ HTC Two / HTC One 2 or whatever HTC decides to name the successor to its current flagship phone.

The battery life of the Oppo N1 is significantly reduced while using the optional Cyanogenmod ROM the system can ship with. The Oppo N1 with CyanogenMod performed worse in most categories.

iNew decided to buck the trend for the start of 2014 by launching a slender quad-core mid-ranger rather than a fire breathing octacore device. Keep reading for a our first impressions and unboxing video of the iNew V3 smartphone.

Huawei’s Honor 3C has been selling like freshly steamed dumplings here in China, but the flagship 2GB RAM version of the phone is expected to be even more popular at launch!

If you still haven’t bought yourself a large screen Android phablet then you might want to give the Orientphone H8 some serious thought!

Huawei have announced the Huawei Ascend P6S, and updated version of the popular P6, but the “update” is barely worth mentioning!