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Meigoo S8

Time for the newest Meiigoo’s take on the popular Samsung S8 design with the 18:9 aspect ratio and bezel-less looks. Meiigoo S8 is heading into …

meizu pro 6s

New information has come light regarding the updated Meizu Pro 6 phone, and the chipset is thought to be running. Over the past year, Meizu …

bluboo x500

Bluboo are heading in to flagship territory with the Bluboo X500 Dragon. A flagship boasting specifications that rival the best of the best.

Xiaomi are on the cusp of launch of the, long over due, Xiaomi Hongmi 2 and chance of 4G LTE support are getting better.

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.

Mediatek must have impressed someone at Samsung, as reports are coming in that the Korean Android giant is planning to adopt the latest 8-core SoC the Taiwanese company.

Is the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is the phone for you but you prefer the affordability of a Chinese model then the No.1 N3 Samsung Galaxy Note 3 clone should be right up your street.

Imagine you were the maker of phone processor, you were top dog until a little upstart took over one of the world’s fastest growing market! What would you do? Well if you’re anything like Qualcomm you would make a tacky video poking fun.

Sugar phone first ever handset has been listed on popular Chinese e-commerce sites, and at $536 it’s the most expensive Meidatek phone we have ever seen!

According to news reports in Taiwan, Xiaomi are already courting Meidatek and their 8-core MT6592 processor for the next generation Xiaomi Hongmi.

The large battery trend continues with this latest entrant from Chinese phone maker OUKI, the 5000mAh OK A50.

If you didn’t manage to get your Xiaomi Hongmi (red rice) in the first batch then you may be happy to learn the 2nd round of sales will kick off next week.

The Xiaocai Edge is the working name of one of the first 8-core Mediatek MT6592 phones to go on sale later this year!

The ZTE NX402, which is a similar model number to the one given to the original 5-inch Nubia Z5, popped up at the Chinese equivalent …