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Top 5 Android powered gaming handhelds you can buy now! Specifications, details and more of the best Android games systems on the market today!

Chinese handheld console maker JXD have taken their knowledge of Android gamepads and integrated full phone specifications in the all new JXD Venus S5800.

Android game systems are growing in popularly this year and even Chinese giant Huawei have a model on offer, but it was the Ouya that started it all which can now be bought as a 16GB device,

Continuing on from our iNew V3 unboxing we posted a few days ago, here are a couple more videos this time of the phone in action with some gaming footage and benchmarks.

Hot on the heels of news that China has lifted it’s games console ban, Huawei have shown off their very own Android gaming system named the Huawei Tron.

The very gamepad that Samsung hoped to make available alongside their flagship smartphone, Galaxy S4, is finally here. Was it worth the wait?

Chinese tablet maker JXD combines a tablet, handheld games console and Android smartphone in to one with the JXD S5800.

There has been a lot of talk about Mediatek’s 8-core MT6592, with many claiming it is just not needed on a mobile device, however this may not be true as game developers Gameloft are already announcing new games will be optimised for the powerful new SoC.

If you are a fans of large screen phones or phablet then OrientPhone are one of the brands to take a look at as they appear to have hundreds to choose from, and now they have launched another! The OrientPhone N3 N9002!

FAEA are a new Chinese phone manufacturer for 2013, and their phones so far have been feature packed and well price, but can the FAEA F2S take on similar phones from big brands Neo, Newman and Zopo? Keep reading for full in-depth review of the FAEA F2.

Very exciting news Xiaomi fans! Insiders at the company have revealed Xiaomi could launch a new Android based gaming platform.

The OrientPhone Mega 6.5 is now on sale and boasts a 6.5-inch 1080 display, 2GB RAM and stylus!

The Xiaomi Red Rice is the first Mediatek powered Android phone from Xiaomi. Here is a quick hands on with the phone to show it responsiveness and how well it can handle gaming.

GooPhone have locked on to the Samsung Galaxy Mega and are targeting the latest phablet with their very own 1080p GooPhone S4 Mega!

Now and then we come across a tablet which checks all the boxes. The Voyo A15 is certainly one of them and could possibly be one of the most powerful tablets on the market!

I’ve been putting the latest JiaYu phone through its paces over the past few weeks, and have finally been able to put hands to keyboard to write up the full JiaYu G4 review!

Here it finally is, our UMi X2 hands on video! Take detailed look at the design, its performance, gaming capabilities, brief comparison with the JiaYu G4 and more!

More exciting news UMi X2 fans, another video of the flagship UMi, but this time in a hands on gaming test video.

Another hands on video with the quad-core JiaYu G4. The video below shows the new Chinese smartphone running a number of games ranging from Temple …