Xiaomi officially unveiled the Xiaomi Mi3, available in 16GB or 64GB versions, all the way back in September but it has taken until now for the 64GB to receive its network license.
Lenovo’s latest high-end Lenovo K910 has been spotted over at Tenaa receiving it’s network license.
Even after years of reporting on Chinese tech I am always amazed when a brand appears I have never heard of before. Coki is one such brand but they have big plans to unleash a Xiaomi Hongmi killer!
After much speculation and a few leaked photos, we finally have some firm evidence that a WCDMA compatible Xiaomi Hongmi is on the way.
Two versions of the large screen HTC One Max have just received their network license in China and could be go on sale during next week’s October holidays.
HTC’s latest mid-range phone, the HTC Zara 619d has just slipped through the Chinese Communication Ministry to pick up at network license.
In a typically un-JiaYu move the stainless steel bodied JiaYu G5 has been spotted at the Chinese Ministry of Communication where it has received its network license!
4 models of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 have passed through China’s Communications ministry including 2 dual sim variants.
The much speculated and anticipated Sony Honami smartphone has appeared in China to receive its network license.
The Vivo X3T has arrived at China’s MIIT to receive its network license and also slip us a few official photos and specification details.
Chinese phone maker and owners of Alcatel have just received the official stamp of approval for a new 6-inch FHD phablet named the TCL Y910.
Someone at China Mobile in Guangzhou has jumped the gun a little and are already advertising pre-orders for the 999 Yuan Xiaomi Red Rice.
The Intel powered ZTE Geek first turned up back in April, but has only just been given the official green light from the Chinese equivalent of the FCC.
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 …
The Xiaomi “Red Rice” has been spotted and mentioned in various rumours over the past few months, however today it becomes unofficially official thanks to leaked document from the Chinese Ministry of Communication.
Still no launch date, however after receiving their network license JiaYu are gearing up for the first full production runs of both the JiaYu G4 and quad-core G3!
A previously unseen entry-level Huawei phone, has been spotted receiving its network license in China, sporting a large 5.4-inch display and quad-core MT6589 CPU.
JiaYu’s flagship MTK JiaYu G4 has now received it’s Network License here in China! All we are waiting for now is the final release date!
Lenovo’s second generation large battery capacity phone, the Lenovo P780 is heading to stores soon at a surprisingly thin 9.9mm package!
Jiayu have announced that they will finally launch the flagship JiaYu G4 on the 28th April! That’s in just 3 days time!