The once popular and well received OnePlus 3 has been discontinued in the US and Europe, to be replaced by it’s successor, the newer and updated OnePlus 3T.
If you are looking for a low-cost phone this Christmas then the Doogee X6 and X6Pro phones are worth a look and according to the company will be on sale in Europe!
Huawei’s Honor 7 received a mad response in China, but the company surely didn’t see something similar coming from European markets.
Direct to customer sales is the future of Chinese phone sales, and Huawei might finally be launching such a sales model outside of China to customer s in the UK and Europe.
One of the issues facing buyers of Chinese phones is the lack of warranty or support available, Ulefone are stepping up to this challenge by offering a 2 year warranty on their phones.
The world’s first Firefox OS phone powered by a MediaTek processor just went live.
OnePlus have big plans for 2015 from the launch of their own ROM, new devices and even an R&D department in Europe.
Here are ten Chinese phones that sell in other markets with different names after being rebranded!
Chinese phone maker THL have made the leap from China to Europe with a new distribution deal in the Czech Republic.
OnePlus announced that one batch of shipments of the One to Europe that couldn’t get through customs would take another 2 weeks before getting delivered to respective buyers.
VK are another up and coming electronics giant from China who are out to make a name for themselves in Europe. Take a look at what they currently have to offer.
OnePlus CEO, Pete Lau confirms the OnePlus One will cost less than 350 Euros in Europe.
It is not uncommon to hear that Chinese phone companies are looking to enter Europe, but it is quite surprising to see a smaller player beat many of the big brands to it.
Hot off appearances at both CES and MWC, Meizu are heading abroad again this time to Paris with the intention of launching their brand in Europe.
Frech tech sites are reporting that Meizu will launch the Meizu MX3 in France 6th March at an event held in Paris.
First hands on photos with the much sought after white version of the Xiaomi Mi3 flagship phone, soon to be available in Europe through Italian resellers.
It’s official and it happening soon! Canonical have teamed up with China’s Meizu and Europe’s BQ to launch Ubuntu phones which will launch at MWC.
At the same event where Xiaomi announced it would launch the Xiaomi Mi3 in Singapore, Hugo Barra spoke about the company’s plans for international expansion going so far as telling us which countries will be next.
Asus launched the VivoTab Note 8 in the US and Europe earlier today, after initially showcasing the device at the CES a few weeks back.
Alcatel have announced that they will be launching their rival to Google’s Chormecast in Europe. The Alcatel Home V102 will cost just 49 Euro!