VKworld’s VK700 is a smartphone with a tough body, large battery… and now, an attractive price tag!
Leagoo’s Lead 7 may have been around for a while, but at US$86 the phone is probably the long-lasting battery phone you’ve been waiting for.
The very affordable Doogee Y100X is on pre-sale, and is all set to start shipping in the first half of August. Keep reading for more details!
Doogee’s Nova Y100X comes with the age old MT6582 SoC, but has a plethora of improvements in design and ergonomics.
The OPPO Joy 3 is OPPO’s latest smartphone for the Indian market. But is it a little too overpriced for what it has on offer?
Check out the No.1 S6i review and decide for yourself if this clone of the Galaxy S6 is worth buying.
Micromax has just announced the Canvas Spark Android smartphone for the Indian market, with a quad-core processor and Android Lollipop.
The Blackview Breeze is a super affordable OnePlus One lookalike that can now be ordered for under $75!
Micromax’s Canvas A1 from the Android One series is the world’s first MediaTek phone to get Android v5.1 Lollipop.
Here’s the full review of the very first rugged phone from Chinese phone maker No.1 — the No.1 X-Men X1.
The quad-core MediaTek MT6582 powered InFocus M2 with dual 8 mega-pixel cameras is set to go on sale in India via Snapdeal on March 10th.
With 2GB RAM, a quad-core processor and LTE the 599 Yuan JiaYu F2 looks great on paper, but do the details really make a phone that could tackle the Xiaomi Redmi 2 and Meizu m1?
JiaYu have released spy photos, specs and even official documents stating that the entry-level JiaYu F2 will be launching very soon.
The No.1 Note 4 is a Samsung Galaxy Note 4 impostor, but how good is it? Find out in our review of the No.1 Note 4.
We took the Landvo L200S for a thorough spin to check how good this budget LTE phone is after all. Read to know what we think!
The No.1 Mi4 is a blatant clone of the very popular Xiaomi Mi 4. But is it any good? Lets find out in the No.1 Mi4 review!
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 …
No.1 is famous for its blatantly cloned phones, but that hasn’t stopped the company from launching another bunch!
The Android One model by Google has now been taken to neighbouring Indian markets including Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh.
Chinese phone-makers often are the first to adopt new technologies into their products, but in case of 4G LTE, the not so new anymore standard …