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Qualcomm have announced their 64-Bit chipset, but rather than being a high-end SoC, the Snapdragon 410 is aimed at entry-level phones and emerging market, basically right where Mediatek don’t want them!

Last week Oppo fulfilled its promise and released ColorOS for download on their official forums in its first public beta

The fastest growing open source variant of Android, OmniROM, has announced that its nightly builds for its version of Android 4.4 (KitKat) now supports several …

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 take the GooPone smartwatch for a quick hands on in our hands on video, plus details of a $50 discount exclusively for GizChina readers.

We go hands on with the GooPhone i5C, a $120 Android powered iPhone 5C clone from China.

According to reports, China’s Cube, a manufacturer who shot to fame with their RK3066 powered U30GT dual-core tablet PC last year, are now on their way to releasing their first Intel-powered laptop.

There have been more than a handful of launchers that work on the context theory, but lockscreen apps that work on the same methodology are rarely seen. Here’s one – Cover for Android.

While browsing the Zopomobileshop webstore we came across the new quad-core Zopo ZP820 at just $159.99 for International customers!

Contrary to what we’ve been seeing in the past about the next-gen Nexus smartphone, it might actually be called ‘Nexus 4 (2013)’ instead of Nexus 5. We saw Google adopt the same nomenclature with the newest Nexus tablet — the Nexus 7 (2013) — and with rumors of Google trying to unify the Nexus design, parallel naming strategies was only on the cards.

Over the past few days I have felt the urge to buy a Meizu MX3. This new iPhone 5C blue version is tipping me closer to the edge!

Chinese search giant Baidu aren’t shy of the fact that they simply follow Google’s lead, which had resulted in the company launching it’s own Chormecast type USB device.

Hot on the heals of both the Xiaomi TV and rumoured LeTV X50 comes the Skywork “Cool On” Android smart TV starting from just $326!

The Nokia Lumia 1020 has finally entered the hallowed ranks of the iPhone, Samsung Galaxy range and HTC phones, and finally has its very own knock-off!

Ex-Nokia CEO, Thomas Zilliacus, has formed a new brand named Newkia and plans to built the Nokia Android phone we dreamed of but never had.

Xiaomi fever continues with more reports point at the Android Xiaomi TV which will be available in both 47-inch and 55-inch options!

Coolpad are one of the largest phone manufactures in China and they are now entering the virgin smart watch market.

This next few weeks is an exciting time for Xiaomi fans! The Mi3 is on the way and so to is a smart TV and rumoured Xiaomi Tablet! So we ask “What features would you like to see in a Xiaomi tablet?”

Alcatel have sent their OneTouch Fire over to the FCC to received the official stamp of approval.

Rumours of the next version of Android have sprung up again stating that we could see an Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie release this October!