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cubot x9

There is a lot of talk about 64bit processors etc these days, but there are still some fine looking MT6592 chipsets phones out there and prices are lower than ever.

Every single one of you reading GizChina for a while knows how we feel about clones: We don’t really like them! The main reasons are …

cubot s200

Cubot’s S200 is a low-cost phone for international smartphone buyers with a large battery inside.

Doogee can easily be described as the most active low-cost phone manufacturer from China. Suddenly appearing out of nowhere, Doogee now has an impressive product …

gionee v188

Gionee, like many Chinese phone makers, have been on a bit of a thinness binge of late, but their newest addition skips the diet and loads up on mAh.

doogee dg850

DOOGEE are straying a little close to the line with their newest phone. The DOOGEE DG850 looks a lot like a OnePlus One clone to us, but will Hotknot make up for that?

AMOI has announced the Big V, A918T, “Youth Version” (name according to Google Translate, it may vary significantly) a mid-level octa-core device that utilizes MediaTek’s NFC competitor technology, HotKnot.

oppo yoyo

Oppo’s push in to Asia has seen the company launch coutry specific phones to fit the needs of consumers, the Oppo Yoyo launched in Malaysia attempts to bring easy file sharing and an attractive design to the mid-range market.