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Uhans U300

If you were wondering what the screen looks like on the upcoming Uhan’s rugged phone, then you’re in the right place.

Homtom wants to wish you merry Christmas with 3 activities that could get you some free stuff, such as Homtom smartphones, Chinese traditional presents and …

HOMTOM HT27

HOMTOM releases first images of their HOMTOM HT27 5.5-inch smartphone. Let’s have a quick look at this upcoming smartphone!

The Vivo X9 and it’s larger variant have once again been leaked to the public, this time on a promotional poster for both the devices…

Vphone S8

We have already introduced the smallest “smartphone” Vphone S8 to you, but still it’s probably way more telling to show you this midget on some …

A new Chinese smartphone brand is rumoured to be working a device that will cost only $129.99 for the European market.

Hey everyone, welcome back another the next Throwback Time. Today, we’ll be looking at a company many have forgotten but some still remember fondly, FAEA.

Today on Throwback Time, we’ll take a nice hard look at a company people had high hopes for but ultimately failed to do much, iOcean…

7-inch Philips S711L

There was a time that Chinese brands competed on screen size but with most brands settling on 5.5-inch these days its quite a surprise when a 7-inch monster rears its head.

uhans smartphone

The makers of the Uhans U100, aka the cowhide covered Vertu wannabe, are working on a new slim phone with larger 5.5-inch display and in …

macoox 9000mah phone

Smartphone maker Macoox had a bit of an event today announcing a few new phones and teasing media with word of a budget phone packing a 9000mAh battery.

pepsi p1

Pepsi, yes the same brand that makes carbonated soft drinks, is set to launch a smartphone in China named the Pepsi P1.

pptv phone render

Next week PPTV will be unveiling their first ever Android smartphone, but a 5 day wait isn’t needed to see what the phone will look like once launched.

The current 64-bit generation of Mediatek chipsets triggered a real change on the market. Suddenly we see phones that are far more powerful than anything …

To date we at GizChina tested a whole bunch of devices powered by the Mediatek MT6752 SoC. We have seen extremely cheap phones and more …

Everyone following GizChina for a while knows, that we are no fans oft he old MTK chipsets anymore. The new 64-bit chipsets offer a huge …

Now Oppo are one oft he most popular phone makers from China today and actually sell their devices globally. Anyway, having achieved that doesn’t mean …

We got our hands on the Siswoo C50 Longbow, which is a 64-bit budget phone competing with the Xiaomi Redmi 2.

The Ulefone Be Pro was the phone-makers entry into the 64-bit world and also the device which made them popular in both positive and negative …

Premium Chinese phone maker Green Orange to release flagship Green Orange NX2 very soon!