ZTE’s entry-level yet affordable Grand X 3 and the Avid Plus meant for the US market are now official.
The rumoured OPPO Neo 7 is now official (kind of), with a formal launch scheduled for 27th October in India.
The new ZTE 3C is a pretty looking, entry-level piece of kit with 4G LTE support and a price tag that won’t burn a hole in your pocket.
ZTE has announced a couple new entry-level devices for the US market, starting as low as $30.
We got our hands on the Siswoo C50 Longbow, which is a 64-bit budget phone competing with the Xiaomi Redmi 2.
Siswoo have made some interesting announcements over the past few weeks. More news from the company shows that they are looking to take care of the entry-level phone market with a trio of new phones.
Elephone G9, another device from the much talked about Chinese OEM goes on pre-sale with a very affordable price tag.
Micromax has just announced the Canvas Spark Android smartphone for the Indian market, with a quad-core processor and Android Lollipop.
The world’s first Firefox OS phone powered by a MediaTek processor just went live.
We thoroughly tested the Oplus XonPhone 5 for a while, and here is what we think of the device!
India’s Spice today announced the very entry-level and very affordable $38 Spice Fire One Mi – FX1, powered by the Firefox OS.
Oppo Joy is heading to Indonesia, Malaysian and Vietnamese for around $150.
OPPO today unveiled the latest addition to their smartphone family in the form of the entry-level OPPO Joy.
Today our source at UMi sent us the official final specifications of the entry-level UMi X1 Pro octacore smartphone available from mid March.
OPPO only announced their flagship Find 7 about a week back, but the company seems keen on keeping things rolling.
GizChina.es’ Eduardo had the chance to play around with ZTE’s Firfox OS based devices at the ongoing MWC, and here’s what he thinks.
Lenovo managed to get the timing right with the launch of the entry-level Lenovo S660 as the phone just appeared today with a Network License.
Acer just announced two new smartphones, the Acer Liquid E3 and the Liquid E4. The former is a mid-range quad-corer while the latter can be regarded as an entry-level device thanks to the dual-core CPU it employs.
What happens when you take one of the best Chinese smartphones from 2013 and rebuild it with up-to-date hardware? The $130 JiaYu G4C is the answer!
If you thought that the octacore CoolPad F1 was a bargain at just 888 Yuan, just take a look at what Infoucs have planned with the 799 Yuan M320m.