Looking for a phone with a swivel camera, but don’t want to spend too much? The iNew V8 does the same, but at a fraction of the cost. Read more in the iNew V8 review!
Gionee today launched their all-new GPad G5 for the Indian market. It comes with a hexa-core CPU and a price tag of close to $250.
The iNew V8, best known for being an OPPO N1 (mini?) clone just got all the more desirable thanks to a hardware update.
As we reported some days back, the Micromax Canvas HD A190 is finally official with a hexa-core processor and Android KitKat.
6-core phones are becoming more popular. The next candidate is the Micromax A190 with Mediatek’s MT6591 6-core chipset.
MT6591 handsets are fast catching up with their octa-core counterparts, as another hexa-core phone goes on sale.
Hexacore phones are still quite rare but if you can live with an Oppo N1 knock off then the iNew V8 is always an option.
Vsun, an unheard of manufacturer is preparing the release of their first MT6591 powered smartphone, the Vsun Hexa, and here’s what it will bring.
It is with mixed emotions we type the news of the iNew V8. We are of course excited about the first Mediatek powered 4G LTE phones, but underwhelmed it will end up in a clone of the Oppo N1.
Amoi are one of those sleeping giants and 2014 is the year that they have started to stir and wake-up. Their latest phone is the Amoi A955T, a 6-core phone with 1080 display.
The incoming Amoi A955T just received a network licence in China. If the launch doesn’t get delayed, the phone might well be the first hexa-core in the country.
Hexacore or 6-core, whatever you want to call it the Mediatek MT6591 chipset has just hit Antutu, here are the details.
For those who think that an octa-core CPU is a bit of an overkill for a smartphone, Karbonn Mobiles, an Indian manufacturer has released a 6-core device at a very affordable price point.