FAEA are quickly becoming one to watch, with many believing this new brand could be the next Zopo! We can imagine it happening too if they continue to update their phones as quickly as this!
We’ve had the FAEA F1 Penguin for a long time now and have been able to put it though it’s paces. Take a look at the phone in action in our hands on video review.
The current trend in Chinese phone design is to make high end flagship phones with displays 5-inch or more, but what if you don’t what a phone that big? What are your options?
This morning we received the FAEA F1 Penguin for review, we’ve already put together an unboxing video along with photos of this low-cost device here.
Faeamobile are offering GizChina readers a $20 discount on the excellent Faea F1 and Faea F2 Android smartphones!
Great news if you’re waiting for the 1080 FAEA F2 Penguin! The official news is that the phone will be updated to the a Turbo 1.5Ghz MT6589T chipset!
The FAEA F1 Penguin launched in China last month as the world’s cheapest Android phone with NFC. Here is an unboxing video of the phone, plus short hands on.
Hands on video and photos of the FAEA F2, 5-inch 1080, quad-core phone ahead of its official June 15th launch date!
While FAEA launched the F1 Penguin last night, they also surprised fans with a new new flagship FAEA F2 Penguin flagship model with 5-inch 1080 display and built in NFC.
The FAEA F1 has been finally launched in China with a retail price of 799 Yuan ($130), making the Meizu MX2 clone one of the most affordable 720p, NFC equipped phones on the market.
Looking like a cross between the Meizu MX2 and Xiaomi M2s, but costing less than half the price and sporting NFC, our guess the FAEA …
Sometime ago we reported on the FAEA F1 Penguin, a quad-core smartphone which features a similar design to the Meizu MX2. FAEA have announced that …
The FAEA F1 is one of the first great looking NFC equipped phones from a Chinese phone maker! Shame it also happens to be a Meizu MX2 clone!