In a unique strategy of sorts, China’s ZTE have unveiled the Blade Q lineup of 3 Android-powered smartphones, namely the Blade Q Mini, Blade Q and Blade Q Maxi, all of which offer exactly the same specifications save for varying screen sizes!
Anyone Xiaomi fan worth his/her salt will tell you that 1) All current Qualcomm Xiaomi phones run Android 4.1.1, and 2) the phone they are all waiting for is the Snapdragon 800 Mi3! But these points could change very soon!
The Android chalet market has exploded in recent months over here in China. Now it is easier than ever to get a fully loaded FHD phablet at an affordable price. Here are two of the best the Orentphone N3 Plus and UMi Cross.
We’ve witnessed a flurry of phablet launches in the past few weeks, ranging from OPPO’s N1, TCL’s N3 to UMi’s Cross. If this didn’t satisfy your appetite for large screen smartphones, here’s another one from a more recognizable brand – Lenovo’s S930!
Even with 8-core phones, 2K equipped beasts and innovative camera designs, the low-cost Xiaomi Hongmi remains one of the most sought after handsets to date, and the good news is a WCDMA model is on the way!