The mobile market in recent years has witnessed quite a few emerging phone makers entered the rising French market. One of them is UMIDIGI, one …
The Gizchina B2B shop has been finally launched today, to revolutionize the B2B platform for smartphone traders, distributors and wholesale customers. The new system provides …
We are at the time of years when most companies shares their profit results in the third quarter of the year. New reports, this time …
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Xiaomi is quite a remarkable company. Within only four years they have managed to achieve things their competitors are still dreaming of. The once small start-up from China …
Spanish phone maker BQ have there angular Ubuntu phone on display at Mobile World Congress, just begging to be played with! How could we resist.
Oppo has sent out invitations to the Malaysian press for an event kicking off their launch in the country. They are suspected to be revealing the Oppo N1 for the Malaysian market there.
The updated Vivo X3S is heading to the market very soon and at just 5.75mm thin the mid-ranger will be the worlds thinnest octacore phone on the market.
China’s Lenovo, in a bid to strengthen their hold in the high-end market in India, today announced the Lenovo Vibe Z in the country.
OPPO Neo, the device that was released in the Indonesian market a few weeks back might soon see a release in India.
Does China really need another smartphone brand? Jelly Mobile believe yes and in particular there is room in the market for a low-cost Qualcomm equipped device like the Guomobile G1.
If you are in the market for a low-cost home PC then the Asus Chromebox could be a great contender which costs just $179!
Hot on the heals of the Oppo N1’s launch in India, reports are in that the Oppo R1 will also go on sale in the country in the next few months.
After months of waiting and speculation, Chinese maker OPPO finally launched itself in the booming Indian smartphone market with their latest flagship — the OPPO N1.
In a revelation of sorts, the business head of Micromax has quit and is reportedly headed towards another startup that’s had newfound success — China’s very own OPPO.
Now that China has lifted the 13 year game console ban Chinese companies aren’t wasting any time launching new products to the virgin gamer market.
Spredtrum, known for their phone chipsets, is set to enter the tablet market with an all new chipet which can offer up to 3 sim card support!
Micromax has been eyeing a spot on the global map for a while now, and their expansion to Russian markets might just be the first checkpoint.
For all of its issues, Blackberry seems to have the super high end luxury phone market down pat. Earlier this week, Blackberry launched the Porsche Design P’9982 Blackberry Smartphone in Hong Kong in an event that was attended by local celebrities.
Hardware startup OnePlus have really started to start the hype machine up over on their Facebook page this week, their latest post claiming that they have created the most attractive phone yet!