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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 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.

Did PCMag’s Sascha Segan get some juicy tips from the Meizu at CES? This video seems to suggest so with a possible LTE launch heading to MWC.

While the octacore revolution is well on the way here in China, we have still yet to see an octacore phone which really pushes the boundaries of what local Chinese phone makers can do, this is what makes the all Gorilla Glass iOcean X8 so tantalising.

Gionee officially launched the Elife E7 mini with Oppo N1 style rotating main camera in India a few weeks back, since then nothing much about the phone has been said so we thought we would revisit the smart Mediatek powered device with some hands on photos and spec details.

Chinese phone maker No.1 have contacted us to confirm that they have a new flagship phone in the works based on concept designs of the Samsung Galaxy S5.

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?

We have seen some quite stunning phones from Zopo this year so far, however the best design award has to go to the stunning Zopo ZP780!

Remember last year when it took months for quad-core phones to reach lower price levels? Well this isn’t the case with the new breed of octacore devices and already we have some great phone for less than $300! Here are our top 5 octacore phones for under $300

iNew decided to buck the trend for the start of 2014 by launching a slender quad-core mid-ranger rather than a fire breathing octacore device. Keep reading for a our first impressions and unboxing video of the iNew V3 smartphone.

Huawei are hoping to prove that they too can produce great looking and powerful flagship smartphones and are working an range of ‘S’ series phones to do so!

iOcean have been taking their time before releasing their new flagship phone and I am glad they did as from the specifications the iOcean X8 appears to be the most desirable octacore phone from China to date!

Huawei have just received network approval for another low-cost smartphone this time based on the design of the wafer thin Huawei Ascend P6.

OnePlus’ first ever smartphone, the OnePlus One is all set for a release in the second quarter of this year.

You may have realised that GizChina has been a little quite today. This is due to the face we have been with OnePlus and CyanogenMod in Beijing for their first ever press event!

In a move that should take no one by surprise, tech startup OnePlus have officially announced that they will partner with CyanogenMod on the forthcoming flagship phone.

Samsung patents that have long been the source of speculation and wonder for techies seem to be all but confirmed to be either the Samsung Galaxy S5 or the next Note device (or both).

The Huawei Ascend Mate 2 has appeared in more leaked photos, this time with it’s younger brother the original Ascend Mate phablet.

Designers of smartphones have many goals which they hope to achieve, one of them to produce a borderless phone, and this leaked photo might be as close as will get!

Could the UMi X1 be making a comeback? UMi say ‘Yes’ and recent E-commerce listings confirm the arrival of the refreshed new phone!

Sleek and stylish phones galore! Here’s another one that goes by the name of U5 Wind, launched by Chinese manufacturer Unistar!