Samsung treated their Chinese fans with the release of the quad-core Samsung Galaxy Mega Plus earlier today.
The very gamepad that Samsung hoped to make available alongside their flagship smartphone, Galaxy S4, is finally here. Was it worth the wait?
Looking back at launches that have taken place in the past few weeks, it seems like Chinese manufacturers are going back to where they started from; manufacturing clones.
New phone brand Elephone have just announced their first handset a Samsung Galaxy Mega alternative, with large HD display and affordable pricing.
FAEA have had a great first year. Their good looking NFC phones have proved popular and now they plan to add a new member to their range, the FAEA F3.
GooPhone have locked on to the Samsung Galaxy Mega and are targeting the latest phablet with their very own 1080p GooPhone S4 Mega!
With the launch of Samsung’s Galaxy Mega 5.8 and 6.3 phablet fans have the option of two popular screen sizes, but what if your stuck between sizes and really fancy a 6-inch handset? The OrientPhone N6 could be the option!
When it comes to Android smartphone’s it seems bigger is better, and not many Chinese Android mobiles get much bigger or brighter than this 6-inch …