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.
Taiwanese chipset maker Mediatek are expected to post a record growth of around 50%!
Review of the flagship Gionee Elife E7. Does the flagship Gionee have what it takes to become the flagship of choice for Android phone fans?
After months of wait, fans in India might finally be able to avail OPPO’s first phablet, i.e., the OPPO N1 in the country starting later this month.
Meizu have launched a nice present for Chinese fans for the Chinese New Year by releasing Flyme 3.4.1 for all current MX devices.
Micromax has been eyeing a spot on the global map for a while now, and their expansion to Russian markets might just be the first checkpoint.
Samsung re-introduced the 2 year old Galaxy S3 in the Chinese market, but with some differences including dual SIM support.
Thanks to everyone who took part, but I’m afraid there can be only one winner! Congratulations to Jaime Martin Martinez, your octacore THL T100S should be winging its way to you after the Chinese New Year holiday!
The Chinese New Year is right around the corner so expect a number of phone launches ahead and just after the big holiday, the UMi X3 launch could be one of them!
Right after showcasing the slender Huawei P6S, the Chinese maker has unveiled another addition to its family of smart devices — the not-so-powerful Huawei MediaPad 7 Youth2.
If you had $1000 to spend on an Android smartphone which would you buy? An Oppo N1? A couple of Xiaomi Mi3, Meizu MX3, Gionee Elife E7? Or this Mediatek equipped Changhong abomination?
At the start of this week we headed to Beijing to attend the OnePlus launch event where CyanogenMod CEO Steve Kondik took to the stage and answered a few questions here is the video from the event.
It has been another whirlwind week of amazing tech news this week. Here are our top 10 tech stories of the week.
Chinese tablet maker Allfine launch an affordable 4G LTE tablet at just $320! More details of the Allfine Fine 9 Glory 4G LTE here!
The FAEA development team have been working to bring CyanogenoMod to the FAEA F2S for quite some time now and is seems some large steps have been made.
Huawei releases their latest Android monster phablet on the Chinese phone market. The LTE equipped Huawei Ascend Mate 2 at a price of just $440!