Qualcomm has been facing strong competition coming from MediaTek since the last year. The Taiwanese firm surprised everyone with its wide offer of good mid-range …
After launching the Mi3 in India today, Xiaomi went on to reduce the price of the Xiaomi Mi2S in China.
A new smartphone maker, Veaka, have unveiled plans to launch their flagship 128GB smartphone in China for $805!
Chinese OEM phone maker, Infocus have a few new phones in the works, the most exciting being the Infocus IN810 which boats a Snapdragon 600 CPU, 4G LTE and SD memory expansion.
The flagship JiaYu S1 has quitely launched outside of China and now available internationally at just $370!
With just a few weeks until the WCDMA version of the Snapdragon 800 Xiaomi Mi3 goes on sale, rumours have started circling that a ‘youth’ version of the phone may also be offered with S600 chipset!
Well it’s not the Oppo Find 7, but it could be classed as a true Oppo Find 5 Mini! The image above which was released by Oppo earler today has been confimed as the Oppo R829!
JiaYu will only be selling the Snapdragon powered JiaYu S1 through physical stores and authorised online distributors and not their own online store.
According to a promotion poster put up by a Taiwanese retailer, HTC’s upcoming phablet, the One Max, might come in 3 different variants, each sporting …
To continue with the test on the Xiaomi Mi3, I decided it was a good idea to compare the performance of the phone against its predecessor, the Xiaomi Mi2S.
JiaYu have finally announced pricing and rough launch details of their Snapdragon powered JiaYu S1!
Two versions of the large screen HTC One Max have just received their network license in China and could be go on sale during next week’s October holidays.
It took hours to get out there, but the trip to the JiaYu Shenzhen factory proved fruitful as we got to play with the JiaYu S1!
More specification details have been leaked on China’s Weibo about the Oppo N1 which talk about the possible hardware specification.
Today is the first day of sales for the Xiaomi Mi2S at the new lower $293 price tag, what’s more this is an ‘open’ sale so anyone in China can purchase.
Remember a few months back when we got some eye’s on time with the very attractive LeTv? Well, if rumours are accurate the company could be looking to reduce the price to just 2999 Yuan in a price war against the new Xiaomi TV.
Also at the Xiaomi event was news of the good old Xiaomi Mi2s, and the news is good for anyone wanting to bag themselves a Snapdragon 600 powered bargain!
JiaYu have been steadily releasing more news of their JiaYu S1, and today we have some nice high-definition photos plus first look at some accessories.
Are JiaYu making a huge mistake with some of their hardware and feature choices on the JiaYu S1? Take a look at the complete hardware, specifications and exclusive photos here and have your say!
Next month Oppo will unveil their latest and boldest creation, the Oppo N-lens! A device which will take on the Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom and the Nokia Lumia 1020!