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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?”

ZTE today launched their new Nubia Z5S and Z5S mini Android smartphones with updated processors.

The Coolpad 7231 dual-core Android smartphone has just had it’s price cut to only $47 for customers in China.

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!

The Chinese phone industry has boomed over the past year, here are some of the biggest trends of the Chinese phone industry in 2013!

Here are leaked pictures of the FAEA F3, which come not long after the company was reported to be working on 2 new smartphones!

In a unique strategy of sorts, China’s ZTE have unveiled the Blade Q lineup of 3 Android-powered smartphones, namely the Blade Q Mini, Blade Q and Blade Q Maxi, all of which offer exactly the same specifications save for varying screen sizes!

We’ve witnessed a flurry of phablet launches in the past few weeks, ranging from OPPO’s N1, TCL’s N3 to UMi’s Cross. If this didn’t satisfy your appetite for large screen smartphones, here’s another one from a more recognizable brand – Lenovo’s S930!

Full HD smartphone screens will soon be a thing of the past, with more than one manufacturer working on higher-res displays. The latest to join the party is Japan Display, after unveiling displays with a 2,560 x 1,440 resolution.

While most manufacturers seem to be focusing on smartphones and phablets (Apple being the exception) of late, Chinese biggie Lenovo put their latest offering — the 7″ tablet, IdeaTab S5000 — on sale yesterday.

China’s first Oppo pioneers have already booked their Oppo N1 smartphones, regular customers will only need to wait until 25th October!

Newman are better known for their Android smartphones, but they also have a range of tablets including the likes of the new Newpad F7 with built-in 3G.

DigitalOptics have announced that Oppo will be the first smartphone OEM to use the companies latest mems|cam technology.

Gold is the new black. Well, this is what seems to be going on in minds of smartphone manufacturers these days! HTC is the latest to join this league of gold-clad smartphones with their HTC One. This comes after we saw an array of flagships making an appearance in gold in the recent weeks.

After making waves with their smartphones, Xiaomi now seem to be concentrating on add-ons and accessories for their phones. This includes the much in-demand Xiaomi Piston earphones and of course, the higher capacity batteries they have on offer for the Mi2 and the Mi2S.

Although ZTE is somewhat a known brand in the US market thanks to low cost dongles and entry-level smartphones, the country hasn’t yet witnessed any of ZTE’s high-end smartphones. However, this is all set to change this month.

With the popularity of the gold iPhone 5S here in China, Xiaomi are also planning to launch gold versions of their smartphones.

T-Mobile have announced that they will be offering the new Alcatel One Touch Fierce and One Touch Evolve on contract from next month.