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Just ahead of CES Meizu announced that it would be entering the US, during the show it was discovered that the company have partnered with online reseller Lightinthebox as their first stage of international availability!

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.

We might not have been able to take part at CES this year but we were there in spirit and reported on some amazing Chinese Android devices! Here are our top 10 Chinese picks from CES 2014.

Rumours in today claim that Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 805 processor may be launched earlier than anticipated with the first 805 running phones believed to launch as early as May!

A few days ago we posted news of Coolpad’s 7-inch smarpthone/phablet/tablet device known in China as the ‘Great God’, the same device has now been spotted at CES with a new improved name! The CoolPad Halo.

Seems like the ongoing hooplah around the CES has not affected the entry-level Chinese market, with another low-cost quad core launch.

Hot on the heels of news that China has lifted it’s games console ban, Huawei have shown off their very own Android gaming system named the Huawei Tron.

Taiwanese chipset maker Mediatek have made headlines once again but this time it isn’t for a processor but rather a new multimode wireless charging solution.

It has been rumoured that Meizu could launch an Ubuntu powered Meizu MX3 at CES, although this hasn’t happened yet, further leaks here in China suggest it still could happen!

As Meizu shows off its wares at the Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas, rumors swirl around the internet about fingerprint scanners and Ubuntu but Meizu has so far let them down

ZTE’s concept Eco-Mobius modular phone system has been spied at CES complete with removable modules and wooden back.

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 Hisense X1 will soon go on sale in China with a large 6.8-inch 1080p screen and an impressive specs sheet to boast!

Meizu have committed to their promising of expanding overseas by announcing the Meizu MX3 will be available in the U.S by Q3 2014.

Asus launches a range of affordable smartphones under the Asus Zenfone range at this year’s CES.

The PadFone Mini Specs were revealed at the 2014 ASUS CES Press Conference yesterday. It has lower specs than the Taiwanese version but still provides value

2014 is Meizu’s year to enter the international arena and they could be doing so with an updated version of the Meizu MX3 with LTE and Snapdragon 800 chipset.

The announcement of the the Huawei Ascend Mate is hardly surprising after all the leaked photos we had received in the lead up to CES, but what is a surprise is 4G LTE!

Last year ZTE announced the original Grand S during this year’s Consumer Electronics Show ZTE unveiled the ZTE Grand S II smartphone.