After a lot of hype, Google along with its three hardware partners finally unveiled the Android One scheme today. Here’s what you need to know!
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.
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.
If you thought Xiaomi was done dazzling the Indian market, well, think again!
Earlier today, Micromax, one of the most popular smartphone makers in India, announced the Canvas Fire A093 smartphone for 6,299 INR ($105).
Two new Android 4.4 KitKat powered devices are heading towards the Indian market, from popular HK based manufacturer iberry.
China’s ever-expanding ZTE have announced plans to launch a total of 6 smartphones for the Indian market this year, some of which will have 4G capabilities.
Xiaomi’s reign over the budget phablet market in China gets challenged by a veteran, and in style — Lenovo releases the octa-core S8 for just 788 Yuan!
If the Motorola Moto G wasn’t cost-effective enough, here’s the Moto E which presents an even better value : money ratio.
The all glass Octacore Hasse x50 has had another massive leak, this time showing off its AnTuTu score and specs along with pictures.
Goophone X3, the Vivo X3 wannabe just went on sale at the official Goophone website alongside the Goophone X2, a budget quad-core smartphone.
SanDisk just upped the ante with the launch of their seriously high capacity 128GB microSD card!
European phone customers wanting a budget 4G LTE phone will be happy to learn about the new Kazam Thunder 2 heading to their shores soon.
At just $99.99 this knock-off Xiaomi Mi3 from GooPhone could be quite an attractive buy for budget minded phone shoppers.
Xiaomi’s popular Hongmi phone has been given an official English name. The 799 Yuan phone will know be known as the Xiaomi Redmi.
The Chinese grown Xiaomi has surpassed Samsung and Apple to become the best selling smartphone brand in China. Its budget Red Rice phone topped the list as the most popular phone in the country.
San Diego based Infosonics is a known name in the budget smartphone segment, and the verycool KolorPad T742 marks the company’s entry into the budget tablet market.
While we at GizChina have been drooling over the prospect of a $50 phone from JiaYu, the F1, another prominent maker has allegedly shown similar intent.
HTC has been struggling with its flagship phone sales, so it shouldn’t be surprising that they have decided to attack the other end of the market.
JiaYu have finally revealed full details and specifications of the new budget JiaYu F1 smartphone which costs an amazing $50!