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Mediatekā€™s latest quad-core MT6582 processor promised to bring high end performance to entry-level prices, but we never expected to see a $100 smartphone with scoring 17,000 on Antutu so soon!

Earlier today we posted this hands on video with the never before seen Zopo ZP700 smartphone, on the recommendation from a few GizChina readers we downloaded Antutu X and retested the phone. Here are the results.

We get some exclusive hands on time with the unreleased ZOPO ZP700 smartphone ahead of its official launch!

Lenovo have taken the veil off their latest phone, which costs under $250 and comes with a quad-core processor!

A few weeks ago we reviewed the Elephone P6 a phone which surprised us by just how good it was for the money! Soon Elephone will launch the P7 a budget 5.5-inch, quad-core phone starting at $100!

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Following on from our hands on write up and Antutu benchmarks of the Zopo ZP820 quad-core phone, here is a hands on video of the new device.

Complete listing and specifications of the top 30 budget Chinese Android phones running the all new quad-core MT6582 processor.

Fast rising Chinese manufacturer OPPO have listed their latest quad-core smartphone, the OPPO R833T with a price tag of 1,398 Yuan ($213) in China. However, there’s no WCDMA support on the device, which means 3G operation will be limited to users on the China Mobile network.

The first new launch from Zopo, in some months, is the refreshed Zopo ZP820. Here are some details of the new updated phone after some hands on time with it.

Zopoā€™s low cost ZP820 ā€˜Raidenā€™ smartphone has been put through its paces in Antutu 4.1 revealing impressive scores for a budget handset.

TCL have announced yet another device on the phablet scene in the TCL J920, which will come with a 5.5-inch screen and a quad-core processor!

We’ve witnessed a flurry of phablet launches in the past few weeks, ranging from OPPO’s N1, TCL’s N3 to UMi’s Cross. If this didn’t satisfy your appetite for large screen smartphones, here’s another one from a more recognizable brand – Lenovo’s S930!

The stylish Vivo Y15 is the latest smarpthone to launch exclusively on China Mobiles TD-SCDMA 3G network sporting the latest 1.3Ghz quad-core MT6582 processor.

The above renders of the T-Win Android smartphone from China look similar to the Huawei P6, but this handset is designed to be waterproof and boast NFC into itā€™s slender chassis.

JiaYu first showed photos of their new entry-level mystery machine last month and will go on say to rival similar phones such as the Xiaomi Hongmi.

Mediateks chipset roadmap gives us full details of the upcoming octa-core chpset along with details of an all new quad-core processor!

Thanks to Mediatekā€™s low-cost quad-core MT6589 processor, Chinese quad-core phones are dropping toward the $100 mark, but they could get cheaper still with the introduction of the new MT6582.