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Xiaomi 14 Ultra vs 13 Ultra: Uncovering the Key Differences

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Vivo V30 review: A Breath of Fresh Air in the Smartphone Market

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Unveiling the Differences: Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra vs Galaxy S23 Ultra

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The dawn of wearable smart technology is upon us and as usual Chinese tech start ups are jumping on board. Here our review of one of the first pieces of wearable tech, the Geak W1 smartwatch.

The Uniscope XC2 was one of the big surprise phones of 2013. A phone with a great design, excellent hardware and now and even lower price tag.

We go hands on with the GooPhone i5C, a $120 Android powered iPhone 5C clone from China.

We’re taking this photo with a handful of salt which keeping our fingers crossed for luck! Please Vivo let this be the real design of the Vivo Xplay 3S.

Another addition to the list of manufacturers working on MT6592 phones is Newman. Spy photos of the Newman K18 have emerged which depict a Sony Xperia Z inspired smartphone in stealth black!

Google finally took wraps off of the Nexus 5, a device which suffered numerous leaks right from inception to the final launch.

Lenovo have launched 2 new Yoga Android tablets, both featuring an innovative new design, long battery life and at affordable prices.

While we have already seen leaked images of the FAEA F3, this is the first we have heard that an FAEA F4 phone is also on the way.

Unconfirmed reports claim the Vivo Xplay 3S will pack a 5.7-inch 560 x 1440 display with a pixel density of 515ppi!

The second generation 8-core MTK6592 Zopo C2 (aka Zopo ZP1000) has been getting a lot of exposure lately, but this is the first photo which gives us a real idea of the design and size of the new model.

The above renders of the T-Win Android smartphone from China look similar to the Huawei P6, but this handset is designed to be waterproof and boast NFC into it’s slender chassis.

Here at GizChina we know Oppo as an emerging Chinese phone maker, but internationally they are better known for their Bluray players and soon their new premium headphones.

Changhong, known throughout China for the televisions, is attempting to break in to the Android phone market with the Changhong Z9 with impressive specs and large battery.

Thin bezels and big screens are what we want to see from Chinese phone makers and TCL seem to have the mix just right with the new 6-inch TCL N3.

Every wished you could roll your phone towards you and quickly check the time? No, neither have we, but that is just one of the features of the new Samsung Galaxy Round!

Contrary to what we’ve been seeing in the past about the next-gen Nexus smartphone, it might actually be called ‘Nexus 4 (2013)’ instead of Nexus 5. We saw Google adopt the same nomenclature with the newest Nexus tablet — the Nexus 7 (2013) — and with rumors of Google trying to unify the Nexus design, parallel naming strategies was only on the cards.

Probably the most looked forward to Android device at the moment, the Nexus 5, just made another appearance on the internet. Going by what we see this time round, the design of the device does in fact seem to be in agreement with the mystery Nexus device caught in Google’s promotional video for Android v4.4 KitKat.

The Panatech Vega LTE-A IM-A880S might not be the most easiest phone to come by, but this remarkable device has grabbed enough attention for it to be well worth a review.

TCL have released an official render of the new 6-inch TCL N3, a phone we believe will eventually be available internationally as n Alcatel model.