Read the full Meizu MX4 review, the worlds first Mediatek MT6595, LTE phone from China. Can it compete with Qualcomm phones from rivals?

The OPPO R1L just went live in Malaysia with a Snapdragon 400 upgrade, and 4G LTE support.

Reports coming in from India-based outlets suggest that Huawei could be launching the Honor 6 in the country in the coming weeks.

The IUNI U3 has finally been released to buy in China, and is already being snapped up by eager Chinese smartphone fans

We spoke to OnePlus regarding their plans for their next stop, India, and here is what Carl Pei, Director of OnePlus Global, had to say!

Sony’s SmartBand Talk just went live at the ongoing IFA in Berlin, with a 1.4-inch e-ink display among other specs.

ZTE’s cost-effective ZTE V5 just made its way into the exploding Indian smartphone market!

In our Asus Zenfone 5 Review we put this budget Taiwanese handset threw its paces but will we come out smiling the other side? Keep reading for full in depth details.

We thoroughly tested the Oplus XonPhone 5 for a while, and here is what we think of the device!

Gionee today launched their all-new GPad G5 for the Indian market. It comes with a hexa-core CPU and a price tag of close to $250.

iOcean X7HD owners your Kitkat time has come! iOcean have released an official build of Android 4.4 Kitkat for your phone!

Lenovo have revealed that the cost of their flagship Lenovo Vibe Z2 Pro is an amazing $780, that’s a pretty cocky price, and is likely to kick them in the butt!

OPPO’s Quad HD Find 7 is now available via India’s largest e-commerce portal, Flipkart.

Alcatel will be following smartphone rivals Xiaomi in to the hot Indian smartphone market this year with 3 phones.

On the 8th of this month, Little Pepper pepper launched their latest device a 1400 Yuan phone with 20 mega-pixel main camera.

OnePlus announced via a press release moments back that they were looking for a candidate to fill the General Manager’s position in India.

Meizu had already confirmed the lack of steel in their next device, and have confirmed that they will be using Magnesium alloy instead.

Lenovo’s first foray in to wrist mounted wearable tech looks to be a simple smartband rather than an out and out smartwatch.

ZTE could be next in the long line of Chinese smartphone makers looking to enter the Indian smartphone makert with the Nubia Z7 range!