As the end of 2020 draws near, we begin to look back and evaluate the things that happened. 2020 hasn’t been a great year but …
Chinese startup, Punk Brand, has been setting it’s Facebook Page on fire with remarks about certain phone brands.
A young startup named Punk Brand promises to “F*ck Up” the mobile industry and even calls out Meizu, Xiaomi and Oppo!
GetOne are a Chinese start-up who have released an Android and iOS app with thousands of products on sale for just $9.99.
QiKU is a new company, born from a joint venture between Chinese security software giant Qihoo 360 and China’s 3rd largest smartphone manufacturer, and they are already setting their aims very high.
Oneplus have made an official apology regarding the Countdown Madness giveaway and rewarded winners with OnePlus One phones and memoribliily.
Xiaomi’s new offices are nearing completion and as an early sneak peak they have released some photos of the inside.
In a revelation of sorts, the business head of Micromax has quit and is reportedly headed towards another startup that’s had newfound success — China’s very own OPPO.
Hardware startup OnePlus have had an extended session of announcements on their social media platforms. This time round, the company divulged details on an International release on their official Facebook page.
OnePlus begin to leak teaser details about the OnePlus One flagship smartphone, first fact is it will have LTE and will support a wide number of categories!
Hardware startup OnePlus have really started to start the hype machine up over on their Facebook page this week, their latest post claiming that they have created the most attractive phone yet!
You may have realised that GizChina has been a little quite today. This is due to the face we have been with OnePlus and CyanogenMod in Beijing for their first ever press event!
In a move that should take no one by surprise, tech startup OnePlus have officially announced that they will partner with CyanogenMod on the forthcoming flagship phone.
Those following proceedings of OnePlus are in for something big soon, according to a forum administrator and staff memebr at OnePlus!
Chinese Android startup Geak have managed to ship 100,000 Geak smartwatches since they launched the wearable device earlier this year.
Taiwanese based tech startup BeLuvv have taken on the admirable task of making the world a safer place one child at a time with the Guardian smart accessory and cloud app.
Chinese startup Dakele will launch the much anticipated Dakele 3 tomorrow in Beijing and rumours suggest it could be the first of the new breed of Mediatek phones.
Beijing’s latest smartphone startup launches its quad-core MT6589 Geak Eye Android smartphone tomorrow for 1999 Yuan!
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