Lenovo head to TENAA after their completed Motorola acquisition, with a huge screen 7-inch phablet.
An updated version of the Vivo X5 turns up at TENAA detailing a new processor that looks very much like the octacore Snapdragon 615 SoC.
TENAA are certainly putting in the overtime today, with the Oppo R5 certifiied and ready to go on sale and now the DOOV V1 rotating camera phone turning up for approval.
The Huawei Honor range is expanding once again this time with the introduction of the new Huawei Honor 4X LTE phone.
After news that Lenovo have planning to tackle Xiaomi with their own sub brand, the mystery Lenovo K30-T turns up at TENAA HQ.
Lenovo’s iPhone 6 wannabe has made its second appearance this week, this time at TENAA for an official stamp of approval.
ZTE announced they Nubia Z7 range of phones a few months back but so far only the Nubia Z7 mini and Max have been available to buy, but soon the top of the range 2K version will be on sale.
One of the original 1980’s clone makers from China is back with a knock off Xiaomi Mi4 costing only $65!
Xiaomi have not taken the launch of the Meizu MX4 well. The 1799 Yuan Meizu has seriously blindsided the Beijing phone maker who look set to retaliate with a lower cost version of the Xiaomi Mi4.
TENAA have been leaking new phones by the handful this week, the latest to visit the official office being the all new Huawei Ascend Mate 7.
Lenovo’s K920 has been sighted at the Chinese Ministry of Communication, which can only mean one thing! The latest flagship Lenovo is ready for launch!
Next week Nubia will launch a their New Nubia Z7 model, but ahead of the official launch the phone has been spied on the TENAA where it received it’s network license.
The Huawei Ascend P7 has been leaked, again. This time official images of the device are coming from China’s certification program. The device has a mysterious button.
Tenaa again proves to be a hot bed for Chinese phone leaks, as we discover the carbon fibre ZTE M1001 phablet.
The Huawei P7 turns up on the official Tenaa website in two version the Huawei P7-L00 and P7-L05.
JiaYu have received network approval for their JiaYu G6 octacore phablet, a launch is just around the corner.
The upgraded WCDMA Xiaomi Redmi 1S made its appearance over on the Tenaa website yesterday meaning Snapdragon powered Redmi’s will be on sale soon.