The iNew V8, best known for being an OPPO N1 (mini?) clone just got all the more desirable thanks to a hardware update.
6-core phones are becoming more popular. The next candidate is the Micromax A190 with Mediatek’s MT6591 6-core chipset.
Vsun, an unheard of manufacturer is preparing the release of their first MT6591 powered smartphone, the Vsun Hexa, and here’s what it will bring.
Amoi are one of those sleeping giants and 2014 is the year that they have started to stir and wake-up. Their latest phone is the Amoi A955T, a 6-core phone with 1080 display.
The incoming Amoi A955T just received a network licence in China. If the launch doesn’t get delayed, the phone might well be the first hexa-core in the country.
Hexacore or 6-core, whatever you want to call it the Mediatek MT6591 chipset has just hit Antutu, here are the details.
Zopo recently posted the above image claiming that some really impressive features will be on future Zopo smartphones!
Love it or hate is but the ‘Vivo’ style of smartphone is very much in Vogue in China! Even a large brand name such as Zopo isn’t immune to making it’s own wannabe.
For those who think that an octa-core CPU is a bit of an overkill for a smartphone, Karbonn Mobiles, an Indian manufacturer has released a 6-core device at a very affordable price point.
After receiving it’s network license, being rumoured to have a 6-core processor, the Zopo 8510 appears again in leaked hands on photos.
Leaked renders point at the Zopo 8510 phone as being the new Zopo Small Black 3, which could come in 3 versions including both 6-core and octacore options.
Mediatek haven’t quite finished dishing out surprises this year as a leaked roadmap from the Taiwanese company tells of a new 6-core MT6591 SoC on the way.
Xioami’s entry-level Hongmi is ripe for an upgrade and April of this year could be the date it happens.