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ARM have just unveiled two new Mali GPus, the mid-range Mali-T720 to replace the current Mali 400 and 450, and a flagship Mali-T670.

While it’s been raining quad-core and full HD smartphones, here’s one which breaks the routine – the ZTE Switch X1. The device was spotted at the WiFi certification database, where we take a look at its specs sheet.

If you are in the market for a powerful, budget quad-core Chinese phone then take a look at one of the many new quad-core Mediatek MTK6582 phones listed here! Over 20 phones listed!

Newman are better known for their Android smartphones, but they also have a range of tablets including the likes of the new Newpad F7 with built-in 3G.

A mystery Samsung handset with 5.25-inch display has been spotted on a delivery note to an Indian R&D center.

JiaYu first showed photos of their new entry-level mystery machine last month and will go on say to rival similar phones such as the Xiaomi Hongmi.

Mediatek must have impressed someone at Samsung, as reports are coming in that the Korean Android giant is planning to adopt the latest 8-core SoC the Taiwanese company.

Chinese E-commerce sites are hurting due to the slow moving iPhone 5C and have been forced to slash prices by more than $110!

Acer are trying their damnedest to grab a piece of the Android phone market so have launched yet another Android phone, the entry-level Acer Liquid Z3.

Although ZTE is somewhat a known brand in the US market thanks to low cost dongles and entry-level smartphones, the country hasn’t yet witnessed any of ZTE’s high-end smartphones. However, this is all set to change this month.

Lots of great news from JiaYu today including the launch plans for the JiaYu S1, JiaYu G5 and this entry-level mystery machine.

T-Mobile have announced that they will be offering the new Alcatel One Touch Fierce and One Touch Evolve on contract from next month.

Ramos have just announced a couple of new iSeries Android tablets ranging from 8-11.6-inch and each of them sporting an Intel Clover trail processor.

Chinese Meizu forum Meizumi have found listings of 8 Meizu MX3 version ranging from a low-cost 16GB to a range topping 128GB!

Domestic phone maker JiaYu are talking about launching their own low-cost dual-sim Android phone to rival the recently launched Xiaomi Red Rice.

Xiaomi are rumoured to be launching a new device at 10am this morning, but will it be the Xiaomi Smart TV of the Mediatek powered Xiaomi Red Rice phone!

Alcatel have sent their OneTouch Fire over to the FCC to received the official stamp of approval.

The ZTE NX402, which is a similar model number to the one given to the original 5-inch Nubia Z5, popped up at the Chinese equivalent …

Xiaomi’s much speculated entry-level ‘Red Rice’ has shown up in official network licence documents again, this time though the license has been cancelled! So whats the full story here?