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Both Xiaomi and Oppo have launched pre-orders for the next generation Android handsets.

Orientdeal’s Orientphone brand have launched another alternative to the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, with the added convenience of air gesture controls and smart scrolling.

Even after years of reporting on Chinese tech I am always amazed when a brand appears I have never heard of before. Coki is one such brand but they have big plans to unleash a Xiaomi Hongmi killer!

Oppo show of the advantages of the Oppo N1 rotating camera compared to the iPhone 5S.

DigitalOptics have announced that Oppo will be the first smartphone OEM to use the companies latest mems|cam technology.

Carpad’s Titanium series of phones are an exciting fusion of top of the range quality and knock off looks, backed by rather exciting hardware.

After selling out their first batch Samsung Exynos equipped 8-core phones, Meizu will begin Mx3 sales again from October 10th.

MediaTek and ARM have signed a deal allowing the Taiwanese chip maker to use ARM’s Cortex A50 processors and ARM Mali Graphics chips.

Xiaomi has confirmed that 15th October will be official first day of sales for the Nvidia Tegra 4 version of the Xiaomi Mi3, and there will be 100,000 phone ready to ship.

HTC have been battling up hill for a while now even with the success of the HTC One their recent first quarterly loss doesn’t bold well and has led to rumours that Lenovo are looking to buy the Taiwanese brand.

Every wished you could roll your phone towards you and quickly check the time? No, neither have we, but that is just one of the features of the new Samsung Galaxy Round!

Gold is the new black. Well, this is what seems to be going on in minds of smartphone manufacturers these days! HTC is the latest to join this league of gold-clad smartphones with their HTC One. This comes after we saw an array of flagships making an appearance in gold in the recent weeks.

Like many other devices which have been caught off-guard by various ‘leaksters’ (including the next Nexus smartphone and the Moto DVX), the HTC One Max too has enjoyed its fair share of footage on various media for months now.

The Motorola DVX has shown up in China where it is rumoured the device could cost as little as $200 and get dual-SIM support.

Xiaomi, the undisputed masters of high-end low-cost phones, could be in for a shock if the latest Nexus 5 pricing rumours have any truth to them!

UMi have posted photos of the first UMi Cross phablets to come off the production line, could a full launch be just around the corner?

Taiwanese chip maker Mediatek, who have risen from the ranks of cheap knock-off phones to high end devices from Xiaomi, Sony and others, posted their Q3 earnings today showing an impressive 17% increase in sales.

A mystery Samsung handset with 5.25-inch display has been spotted on a delivery note to an Indian R&D center.

The GooPhone i5C is the infamous clone of the iPhone 5c from Chinese phone maker GooPhone. In this hands on video we get to see a neat theme shortcut feature in action.

Mlais are one of those phone makers who are doing so well it makes no sense at all for them to launch a knock off product, still that is exactly what they have done with the Mlais MX59 HTC One clone.