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We review the THL 4400, an ultraphone that hopes to annihilate daily charging and bring more juice to you when you need it.

When it comes to Chinese technology, there is a lot more to discover than just Android devices. This is why we want to move “off topic” this time and talk about a Chinese flashlight! To be more exact, it is a flashlight manufactured by UltraFire. This company is a very popular Chinese brand, especially known for its rechargeable lithium batteries, and now durable torches.

If you have been active in the wonderful and exciting world of Chinese phones for a while, you will know that there are manufacturers who surprise on …

vivo xshot vs oneplus one camera shootout

How does the self proclaimed “2014 Flagship Killer”, aka the OnePlus One compare when put up against the Vivo Xshot in a camera shoot out? Lets see.

ocatcore htc desire antutu

Antutu proves to be the place to check for leaks again, as a mystery HTC model appears running one of Mediatek’s 1.7Ghz octacore processors.

From Oppo’s own teasers we know the new flagship Oppo Find 7 will have a 2560 x 1440 display, but these test results on GFX Bench for the Oppo Find 7 X9007 tell a different story.

Google are expected to bring the card based Google Now notification system to Google Chrome Beta for desktops.

The battery life of the Oppo N1 is significantly reduced while using the optional Cyanogenmod ROM the system can ship with. The Oppo N1 with CyanogenMod performed worse in most categories.

iOcean are full of surprises and have launched their iOcean G8 6.44-inch octacore phablet at the same time as their new flagship phone.

Benchmarks for Nvidia’s upcoming mobile chipset, the Tegra K1, have appeared on the internet and are impressing techies around the web. The Tegra k1 will be in the Thinkvision 28

The Gionee Elife E7 is now available to buy here in China (as long as you don’t want the flagship 4G LTE model) and customers are finally getting to test the Snapdragon 800 phone for themselves, so how does it perform?

The long awaited Snapdragon 800 version of the Xiaomi Mi3 will launch in just a few weeks in China, and already Antutu benchmarks have been leaked!

Android smartphones are amazingly feature packed. HD displays, huge performance, amazing cameras! These are some of the things we are treated to with our new phones, but of all the features which is the first one you test out when you get a phone in your hands?

Earlier today we posted this hands on video with the never before seen Zopo ZP700 smartphone, on the recommendation from a few GizChina readers we downloaded Antutu X and retested the phone. Here are the results.

The first new launch from Zopo, in some months, is the refreshed Zopo ZP820. Here are some details of the new updated phone after some hands on time with it.

The test device, running Android v4.3, shows the upcoming chipset running at 2.5GHz along with the lastest-gen Adreno GPU – the Adreno 420. The GPU is expected to operate at 500MHz and have a 10% faster pixel fill rate than the current Adreno 330.

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.

China is made up of tall, towering skyscrapers which for a parcel couriers must be a nightmare, but one company may have found a solution by using UAV drones.

We’ve mentioned the bendy body of the Zopo C2 on numerous occasions, but just how tough is the phone? Well these laboratory tests should give you some indication!

Earlier this morning Google officially launched Android 4.3 for modern Nexus devices, but Xiaomi Mi2 owners can live in hope that they will also get an early update too!