The Ubuntu train might be making its next stop at MWC suggests a teaser from Meizu.
Meizu boss Heng Zhang has hinted on his Weibo that an Ubuntu phone from the company could be unveiled at MWC this year.
Huawei said they were set to take on the premium phone market from this year forward and according to the latest Huawei P8 leaks they weren’t kidding.
Purported leaked specification details of the HTC A55 claim it isn’t a flagship, but the hardware certainly looks the part.
Could OnePlus be shipping the OnePlus One without Cyanogenmod branding? A recent photo from the US suggest it is a possibility!
MWC is getting closer and there is a lot of discussion as to who will launch what. Huawei, if rumours are to be believed, will launch a compact version of the Huawei Mate 7.
Cast your mind back to CES, do you remember the 5.5-inch Asus ZenFone 2, well that powerful beast could come in a smaller 5-inch form factor too!
LeTV are up again for another launch this time on the same day as the Meizu m1 mini, and possibly with their very own smartphone.
An exciting rumour that Meizu and Nokia could be working together has been debunked today by non other than Meizu VP Li Nan.
Chinese news sites are reporting that Meizu are rumoured to be working with Nokia on a new international version of the Meizu MX4 named the “Supreme”.
A lot of people scoffed at Mediatek when they made their first 8-core processor, but soon ate their words. Will the same happen with Mediatek’s rumoured 10 and 12 core chips?
Meizu bosses promised last year that they would launch 4 new phones in a year, perhaps they meant the Chinese Year (which ends in Feb 2015) as the 4th phone in the range is rumoured to come at the end of January!
Silicone cases for the Xiaomi Mi5 show us a large phone with possible IR blaster.
Xiaomi model number 2014910 makes its way through TENNA this morning equipped with a 2000mAh battery, perfect for a new slim phone.
Way ahead of schedule a still image taken from a promotional OnePlus Video could show a micro SD slot and dual SIM on the OnePlus Two.
Supply chain sources in Taiwan have hinted that Xiaomi are working on releasing a 5000 Yuan Android smartphone in 2015.
Zeaplus still haven’t a phone on the market, but that hasn’t stopped them talking about a third device!
Meizu’s Meilan (Blue Charm) range tipped to include two phones and smart devices included a Meilan router costing 999 Yuan. Earlier today we posted an …
Secret meeting with Tesla bosses and Xiaomi’s continued drive (get it) to enter new markets have lead analysts to believe the Beijing tech company could launch their own car in China.
More Meizu news today in the form of their rumoured low-cost, entry-level models!