The new Android 7.0 Nougat is slowly rolling out for even some of the flagship devices, but some budget ones are already getting it out …
Rugged devices are usually not really using the most powerful hardware that is and AGM with their highend ones are a breath of fresh air …
The Neo 7 is an entry-level to mid-range phone from Chinese manufacturer OPPO. Here’s when you can purchase the phone in Malaysia.
Elephone have launched their Elephone Trunk, an entry-level phone that they hope will compete against the likes of the Xiaomi Redmi, but don’t scoff too soon as this little phone is surprisingly good!
Blu has gone on to announce the all new Vivo Air LTE, which is one of the slimmest 4G LTE compliant phones in the US at just 5.1mm thick.
Micromax subsidiary Yu has announced its newest phone, the Yu Yunique at a mere $75. This makes the Yunique the cheapest available Cyanogen OS device!
No.1 have taken the wraps off of their all-new No.1 X6800 smartphone, which is a lot of things at once!
Huawei’s new MediaPad T1 with a 9.6-inch screen, 1GB RAM and LTE support is out, and it costs $214 to buy worldwide.
US based smartphone vendor Blu has announced a couple new smartphones for the budget segment.
Micromax just dropped a bomb in the form of the ultra affordable Yu Yuphoria. How does it stack up against the competition? Read to know!
The upcoming Yu Yuphoria now has a launch date, but the specifications sheet is still missing!
OPPO’s Mirror 3 just went live in the Indian market, but is it priced beyond comfort for a mid-ranger?
In this test we take a look at the low-cost ZTE V5 Max. Could this budget phone be the best buy of 2015? Lets find out in the ZTE V5 Max review.
Vivo might be more famous for its range of high end phones, but they also make quite a collection of entry-level and mid-range beauties like the new Vivo Y29l.
The Xiaomi Redmi is a phone which kicked off the low-cost smartphone wars, and the Redmi 2 is the phone to continue the battle with slight redesign and the same 699 Yuan price tag.
Xiaomi’s Redmi 1S is already quite a success, but the company is keen on giving it some LTE goodness.
In recent months it has become increasingly rare not to see a 64bit phone from the many Chinese phone makers. Oppo have a few up their sleeves, but the first will be the Oppo 3007.
TENAA have just posted details of a new Xiaomi device, that could eventually become the Xiaomi Redmi 2. Keep reading for full details.
Around the world Oppo are known for the Find 7, N3 and R5, but in China their range is vast with phones most of us are never likely to see. Phones like the recently spotted Oppo 3007.
It’s rare to see a smaller Chinese phone maker use a processor not made by Mediatek, so Cubot’s annoucment that they have teamed up with Qualcomm on the Cubot Zorro is quite a surprise.