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The Hike X1D is a camera centric Chinese smartphone, for those who are on a budget!

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 it’s slender chassis.

FAEA have been swept up in the big screen revolution for their latest phone as it appears the FAEA F3 will sport a large 6.3-inch display.

Most of us are concentrating on the UMi Cross launch, however there will also be an updated UMi X2S going on sale soon with new processor and added feature.

The TCL N3 is possibly one of the hottest Mediatek powered phones to launch out of China this year, but as usual it is us here in China who will have the first chance to bag one.

FAEA are spreading their wings already and have teamed up with an Italian distributor to offer their NFC enabled phones across Europe.

Carpad’s Titanium series of phones are an exciting fusion of top of the range quality and knock off looks, backed by rather exciting hardware.

After selling out their first batch Samsung Exynos equipped 8-core phones, Meizu will begin Mx3 sales again from October 10th.

Later this month Chinese phone fans will be able to chose between either the all new JiaYu S1 or Xiaomi Mi3 for roughly the same price. Which one of these new phones is the better buy? Which would you choose?

Xiaocai have been showing off photos and specification details of their 8-core MT6592 Android phone and it looks pretty special!

FAEA have had a great first year. Their good looking NFC phones have proved popular and now they plan to add a new member to their range, the FAEA F3.

Just ahead of the Oppo N1 launch, Coolpad launched their CoolPad Grand also in Beijing featuring a 5.9-inch display and 1.8Ghz Nvidia Tegra 4 CPU.

With only a few days to go before the official launch of the Oppo N1, we thought this would be the perfect time to roundup all the rumours, leaks and details!

We have a feeling that the next 5 days are going to be packed with Oppo N1 leaks, speaking of which here is a first look at the phones packing.

JiaYu’s first Snapdragon powered phone has shown off it’s performance prowess by achieving over 26,000 points in recent Antutu tests.

The Oppo N1 rumours are flooding in thick and fast today with the latest insider reports claiming the N1 will be priced at around $650 here in China.

Meizu will be releasing the new Samsung Exynos Octa 8 Meizu MX3 across China on 28th September!

FAEA are a new Chinese phone manufacturer for 2013, and their phones so far have been feature packed and well price, but can the FAEA F2S take on similar phones from big brands Neo, Newman and Zopo? Keep reading for full in-depth review of the FAEA F2.

Oppo have been quite forthcoming about they Oppo N1, and we already officially know some important details about the phone, but a good old leak photo is what we need and that’s exactly what we have here.

Newcomers FAEA have taken the Chinese phone scene by storm this year. With phones like the FAEA F1 Penguin and FAEA F2 it is easy to see why. Check out our unboxing photos of first impressions of the FAEA F2 here.