Punk Brand, the start-up that says it want’s to “f*ck up the mobile industry” has been quiet for the past few days leaving fans with the question “Is Punk Brand For Real Or Not?”
A new Chinese smartphone brand is rumoured to be working a device that will cost only $129.99 for the European market.
Qiku will be releasing their flagship phone later today in Beijing, and as the tradition goes, here are some last minute leaks.
Today it was announced that Xiaomi will be backing start-up Ninebot in a attempt to buy E-vehicle maker Segway.
It was only a couple of months ago when OnePlus announced 500,000 OPO until sold, now the company say almost a million have found new owners.
Cutting through the marketing bull, Xodiom have hit the web with bold claims, internatonal availability and a low price of only $329.99. Real or scam?
Inkcase Plus Kickstarter project heads in to pre-order stage after successful funding.
Chinese smartphone start up have just opened the doors to their newly launch website which details their first flagship, the MT6595 powered Zeaplus M6.
OnePlus Co-Founder, Carl Pei, has confirmed that the new brand has managed sales of a staggering 500,000 units.
Start up Ecoo have posted photos of their new Ecoo E03 along with an introduction video for their Ecoo E02 Shining.
ECOO have launched with not 1 but 2 phones and there is already news of an addition 3 models which we should expect to see over the coming months.
ECOO have moved fast to bring their first Android smartphone to market. The ECOO Focus E01 is now on sale for just $147.99 with FHD display and octacore processor keep reading for the full specs.
Full specifications will be released to us very shortly, but so far the first ECOO phone looks pretty good (dispite the obvious Galaxy S5 looks).
ECOO have updated their Facebook page to included partial specifications for their affordable flagship phone.
In this IUNI U3 review we take a look at the latest high tech Android smartphone from China, powered by a Snapdragon 801 and with a 2K display for $320!
A few days ago we posted news about Viro, a smartphone startup which made outlandish claims to battery life. Unsurprisngly the company seems to have completely disappeared now from the web.
What’s the one thing that you wish you could improve on any smartphone? Chances are you just said the battery life, well start-up Viro are claiming they will be launching the end of charging with a new smartphone on 1st Octocber.
Chinese start-up ANTVR has managed to raise $260,000 to produce its own Oculus Rift rival.
“Tomorrow is Monday” strives to be the first TV series to be shot entirely on smartphones.
OnePlus appears to be a wholly owned subsidiary of Oppo, according to documents unearthed by Chinese Media.