The newly announced Zeaplus K18 runs full Android KitKat, is pleasing on the eye, and can make calls thanks to a SIM slot!
Following on from their basic Mi Band styled wearable, Zeaplus have also launched a more luxurious watch for people needing a little more class and functionality.
Yesterday we saw reports of a touch screen version of the Xiaomi mi band 2, but it seems it isn’t to be and those images were actually of the latest wearable from Zeaplus.
Flash sales are an easy way to promote a phone and becoming more common in the Chinese smartphone market. Zeaplus are taking advantage of the sale model for their M7 flagship.
Recently we reported about the new Zeaplus flagship, the Zeaplus M7. Now from their website we can have a detailed view of the phone specifications.
With the price of Android Wear devices still quite high, Chinese tech makers are still trying to break in to the market with their own cheaper alternatives. Here is the latest from Zeaplus, the DM360.
Zeaplus have announced that they plan to clone the Apple watch with their own device named the Zeaplus G2.
Regulars of GizChina will have seen the name Zeaplus before, and chances are you have also seen their Zeawatch too only sold under another name.
Zeaplus still haven’t a phone on the market, but that hasn’t stopped them talking about a third device!
Start-up Zeaplus have kicked off pre-orders for their Zeaplus Mi4 smartphone which costs only $99.
After teasing two phones, startup Zeaplus have created a video for a neat little smart tracker for keeping tabs on your belongings.
The Xiaomi Mi4 has served as the inspiration for a handful of other smartphones which are now entering the market. Of them allthe Zealplus M4 is by far the cheapest.
Chinese smartphone start up have just opened the doors to their newly launch website which details their first flagship, the MT6595 powered Zeaplus M6.