Customers who are still patiently waiting to receive their 8-core MT6592 smartphones from Zopo received some unwelcome news today after the company announced the first phones won’t have 32GB of internal memory.
Mediatek’s MT6582 has proven to be a fantastic low-cost smartphone chipset, as more and more manufacturers continue to employ the same in their mid-range smartphones. Gionee are expected to do the same with the upcoming Gionee T1.
Doov are carving out quite a niche for themselves in China as makers of smartphones with high-quality front camera. Their latest device, iSuper S2 continues this but with the added boost of octa-core power!
Xiaomi is beginning to feel the heat with innumerable local manufacturers launching quad-core smartphones to rival the company’s low-cost Hongmi smartphone. Latest on this list of rivals is the 799 Yuan VOTO V5!
Android smartphones are amazingly feature packed. HD displays, huge performance, amazing cameras! These are some of the things we are treated to with our new phones, but of all the features which is the first one you test out when you get a phone in your hands?
Chinese phones are notorious for their high specifications and low-pricing, but also their difficulty to obtain and odd network compatibility! So we ask GizChina readers “Which Chinese phone do you use in your country?”
Lenovo, the well-known consumer electronics biggie from China, has more than a reason to rejoice. The manufacturing giant, operating in more than a handful of countries, has reported record sales of 4 devices per second for its second fiscal quarter, which ended September 30, 2013, with every figure from market share to revenue headed north!
We’ve seen an array of leaks and spy pictures of various upcoming 8-core smartphones from a handful of Chinese manufacturers, and the addition of popular manufacturer to this list Gionee doesn’t nearly come across as a surprise!