Remember last year when Chinese companies were attempting to make Yotaphone competitors? Hisense may be looking to restart that trend with their latest A2.
The latest tablet from Hisense is the Hisense Magic Mirror with 8.4-inch Retina display, Rockchips CPU and ultrathin bezels.
The Hisense C20 Kingkong 2 takes the idea of an IP67 rugged phone but removes much of the chunky rubber and replaces it with Corning Gorilla Glass 4.
Hisense launch the ultra slim Hisense C1 Series at IFA 2015 boasting 5.43mm thick alloy body, Snapdragon 615 and 2500mAh battery.
Chinese chip maker Rockchip have found some powerful partners in Haier, Hisense and Asus who have chosen the RK3288 SoC to power their new Chromebooks.
Early images of a new Hisense Android tablet with slender design leaked
Hisense, better know for their entry-level phones, and Android smart TVs are about to make a splash in the tablet market with the all new Hisense VIDAA Pad F5281.
China’s Hisense have been focusing on the American market for a while now, and it seems like the company might just launch another tablet for the US in the coming weeks.
Hisense has announced the MIRA6, their first Windows Phone based mobile smart device. Will Chinese beat the Indian manufacturers?
Hisense today announced the launch of an affordable smart device meant for the US market, the Hisense Sero 8 tablet, a device that was showcased a while back sans release.
Hisense today launched the H6 smart TV in the US, with a 55-inch display, Android v4.2 Jelly Bean and a host of connectivity features.
Hisense unveiled the Sero 8, which is an 8 inch Rockchip RK3188T powered tablet aimed at those who’re on a budget.
Another smartphone that Eduardo of GizChina.es managed to lay is hands on earlier today is Hisense’s X9T, a 5.5-inch phablet that comes powered by a Snapdragon 800 processor.
Hisense is in the news again, thanks to the array of smartphones that they’ve released in China, six in total all featuring fast 4G LTE connectivity!
Xiaomi might have gotten a head start on the low-end, high-quality Android market, but competitors like Hisense and it’s VIDAA box are catching up fast.
Hisense X1, the large screen smartphone we talked about two days back, just showed off its processing prowess to the world, scoring more than 33k AnTuTu points!
Google might be spending most of its energy on the Chromecast, but that doesn’t mean other companies aren’t willing to try and make the Google TV system work.
The Hisense X1 will soon go on sale in China with a large 6.8-inch 1080p screen and an impressive specs sheet to boast!
Let this be a lesson to the big, international, tablet manufacturers out there whose customers are still languishing with an old version of Android: The community is way better than you are.
China gets another large screen smartphone with a low cost processor from Mediatek!