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jiayu g4c android smartphone

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.

Koobee are the latest entrant to the price war, but their phone takes on a slight different approach by offering advanced audio at a low price.

Xioami’s entry-level Hongmi is ripe for an upgrade and April of this year could be the date it happens.

Mozilla’s own operating system, Firefox OS, can be found powering an array of entry-level devices, but this is the first time a tablet sporting the browser-based operating system has popped up.

JiaYu have finally revealed full details and specifications of the new budget JiaYu F1 smartphone which costs an amazing $50!

Seems like the ongoing hooplah around the CES has not affected the entry-level Chinese market, with another low-cost quad core launch.

Full specifications of the JiaYu F1 entry-level dual-core smartphone have been released over on the JiaYu forums at MTKforums.com.

iOcean have started to promote their quad-core iOcean X7HD on their official website with a launch date of 13th January!

Amoi, like Gionee, were once seen as a rather bland Chinese phone maker, but recent development such as the announcement of the Amoi A900W hope to change that “stick in the mud” identity.

Huawei’s affordable, unlocked octacore Huawei Honor 3X will officially go on sale in China for just $280 on 8th January.

After virtually conquering the entry-level and mid-range segment, Taiwan’s Mediatek is now eyeing on powering the high-end smartphone segment.

Xiaomi’s Hongmi is a marked man in the Chinese phone market! Phone companies both large and small want to take on the low-cost phone, but not all of them can manage to do it!

SpeMall are offering a great deal on 2 of the hottest Xiaomi products of the year with a Xiaomi Hongmi and Xiaomi powerbank bundle.

With the delay in releasing the WCDMA Xiaomi Mi3, Chinese knock-off makers have already started to launch their own low-cost clones of the latest Xiaomi phone.

Oppo’s phones are usually priced much higher than similar devices in the market costs and the low-cost Oppo RB31T is no exception.

Meizu are no strangers to CES, but this year might be different as the company has revealed they hope to pursue the U.S market!

Huawei officially launched the new Huawei Honor 3X and 3C smartphones today putting pressure on Xiaomi’s mid-range and entry-level Android smartphones.

Aoson is among the lesser known (to the outside world) tablet manufacturers from China. The manufacturer has been rolling out quality devices one after another, …

Qualcomm have announced their 64-Bit chipset, but rather than being a high-end SoC, the Snapdragon 410 is aimed at entry-level phones and emerging market, basically right where Mediatek don’t want them!