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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!

The Red Chili Phone just stepped into the low-cost quad core smartphone war with a $115 price tag!

Full specifications of the JiaYu F1 entry-level dual-core smartphone have been released over on the JiaYu forums at MTKforums.com.

The ZTE Grand S II isn’t the only large screen LTE equipped phablet the Chinese communications company have, they also have the oddly named ZTE Iconic Phablet too!

The Voto V5 Youth makes an appearance again sporting it’s UMi X2 body with low-cost, but high performance internals!

MTKForum member Milkboy has sent in his hands on review with the budget minded, Coolpad 8122 Android smartphone. Find out what he thinks in his indepth review here!

Gionee surprised the tech world and most importantly their Indian customers this week by launching the Gionee Elife E7 Mini with rotating camera! Here are the full specifications.

Oppo’s phones are usually priced much higher than similar devices in the market costs and the low-cost Oppo RB31T is no exception.

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.

Huawei’s upcoming budget phone, the Honor 3C is gathering a record amount of attention in China after being put up for reservations earlier this week. In a short 36 hours the sub800 CNY phone (131USD, 96EUR) received 1.5 million reservations.

OrientPhone have taken the popular Note 3 body and have built a budget phablet based on Mediate’s MT6582 processor.

Another Chinese player looking to make it big on the budget smartphone arena, Yepen, have come up with what they think is a cost effective phablet.

The Oppo R829T caused a stir yesterday when it was first misidentified as the Oppo Fine 7, then later as a budget Snapdragon 600 phone, but new specs reveal something much less exciting.

The Coolpad 7231 dual-core Android smartphone has just had it’s price cut to only $47 for customers in China.

A few weeks ago we reviewed the Elephone P6 a phone which surprised us by just how good it was for the money! Soon Elephone will launch the P7 a budget 5.5-inch, quad-core phone starting at $100!

Complete listing and specifications of the top 30 budget Chinese Android phones running the all new quad-core MT6582 processor.

Zopo’s low cost ZP820 ‘Raiden’ smartphone has been put through its paces in Antutu 4.1 revealing impressive scores for a budget handset.