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Samsung treated their Chinese fans with the release of the quad-core Samsung Galaxy Mega Plus earlier today.

Leaked details of the Huawei Ascend D3 suggest a Hisilcon octacore processor running at 1.8Ghz for the flagship Chinese phone!

Normally a Carl Zeiss lens would be reserved for more expensive flagship phones, but Chinese phone maker DOOV have added one to their cheap DOOV D350.

Meizu are emerging as a new and aggressive brand and with investment from Gree hope to defeat the mighty Xiaomi!

Compared to other Chinese phone makers, Newman have been keeping their Octacore launches rather low-key, could this be so they can make more of an entrance with the new super-slim Newman K18?

On the 19th of this month Chinese phone maker Gionee are planning to launch an all new Gionee Elife S model, here are some of the suspected details.

JiaYu’s fantastic stainless steel JiaYu G5 receives an official MIUI V5 build, available to download now!

Lots has changed at Meizu since the end of the Chinese New Year including the return of company exec Huang Zhang and another price cut for the flagship Meizu MX3.

GizChina readers have been asking how they can post their own news, articles, reviews and how to’s and now it’s possible to post your own content through anytime!

A video filmed by XDA Developer xDrShadowx shows the FAEA F2S running Omni Rom based on Android 4.4 KitKat.

As China is the rising star of the smartphone world we look back and list 8 of the most iconic Chinese smartphones of all time!

Another Chinese built rival of the Google Chromecast is not available online through Aliexpress, the $27 EZ Cast, EZchrome dongle.

When I first read about the iNew V3 last year I, like many of you, was pretty blown away by the high standard of equipment for a phone at such a great price. Now after a few weeks of testing I am just as impressed.

iFive launched their latest Android tablet just before the Chinese New Year Holidays, and at a cost of just $50 the iFive 100 is quite a steal.

Aoson, a name usually associated with decent Chinese tablets has outed an octa-core smartphone that boasts 3G connectivity on both SIM slots.

Chinese OEM phone maker, Infocus have a few new phones in the works, the most exciting being the Infocus IN810 which boats a Snapdragon 600 CPU, 4G LTE and SD memory expansion.

Android game systems are growing in popularly this year and even Chinese giant Huawei have a model on offer, but it was the Ouya that started it all which can now be bought as a 16GB device,

Huawei announced the MediaPad X1 7.0, which in a way attempts to cover up the shortcomings seen in previous tablets from the Chinese manufacturer.

The two tone, ultra-thin design of Vivo phones is the starting point many smaller Chinese phone brands begin with when producing a new phone, the Vtel X1 is no different.

Now that China has lifted the 13 year game console ban Chinese companies aren’t wasting any time launching new products to the virgin gamer market.