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Xiaomi have just announced on their official Weibo page that they have sold all 100,000 Xiaomi Mi3 phones in 1 minute 26 seconds!

China is where you want to be if you are after a top quality dual-SIM Android phone, the latest to go on sale being the recently launched Samsung Galaxy Note 3.

Many of are patiently waiting for the Xiaomi Mi3 to go on sale and while October is the date we hope to buy the new phone, it could be in for a much longer wait!

4 models of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 have passed through China’s Communications ministry including 2 dual sim variants.

Lei Jun has just launched the new flagship Xiaomi Mi3, available with either a quad-core Nvidia Tegra 4 processor of Qualcomm Snapdragon 800!

Many of you might have been excited about the JiaYu G4, but the JiaYu S1 is going to be in another league and have features never before seen on a JiaYu phone!

Last night reports that the Xiaomi Mi3 had appeared in Antutu benchmark results were all over Sina Weibo, but are they real this time.

JiaYu have posted Antutu benchmarks of the upcoming Snapdragon powered JiaYu S1 online showing us its impressive performance and specs!

When we think of low-cost, high-end Chinese phones we tend to think of Xiaomi, but from next week the Beijing based company will have a new rival to contend with.

Sources close to Oppo are reporting that the next Oppo Find model could launch as early as Septermber and will get the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor.

As the hours count down to the official launch of MIUI V5, the Xiaomi M2S and Xiaomi M2A rumours of the upcoming Xiaomi Mi3 emerge. …

The mighty Nexus 4 is an awesome Android smartphone at an amazing price, so what can LG and Google do with the Nexus 5?

I’m quite fond of the HTC One X. It’s a great looking phone with a fantastic camera and awesome performance, but in this day and …

Generally, we think of “slide phones” as last generation – yesterday’s underwear.  The LG DoublePlay looks to redefine the slide phone by giving itself dual …