ZTE seems to be just as excited about its super-thin Grand S as we are, so instead of waiting until CES to launch it the company went ahead and held a short preview of the phone at its design offices in Shanghai.
This week, Beijing based Xiaomi joined forces with Sina Weibo to test a new method of selling their popular Mi2 on the Twitter like social media platform. The results were pretty phenomenal!
We’ve already seen some great phones from Oppo and HTC, and we are expecting some equally impressive 5-inchers from ZTE and Huawei, but these are big brand phones. What about some smaller domestic Chinese brands?
There was a time when a $200 Chinese tablet would be nothing more than an unresponsive touchscreen hot glued to a wobbly casing. But the past few years have seen a huge change and now even the clones are worth buying!
$200 isn’t a huge amount of money when looking to buy an off contract phone, but if you are willing to take the plunge and buy a Chinese phone you could take home this 5.3 inch, dual-core device from Carpad.
Beidou has already taken the Chinese phone market by storm with its dual- and quad-core offerings. Now it plans to do the same with the Beidou Chi, a $103 5-inch phone!
The Asus Transformer range really set the bar for convertible tablets, but their high prices have kept them out of reach of many gadget lovers. If you can’t justify spending the money on an Asus take a look at the Aocos PX102 at just $208!
The middle of December seems to be the month for Android in China! Meizu’s MX2 will go on sale alongside the Xiaomi TV. Oppo will launch the Find 5, and Zopo has a new 5.7-inch quad-core phone in the pipes!
Chinese startup Xiaomi have hit the headlines quite often over the past few months with their the launch of the quad-core M2 and most recently their announcement of an Android set-top box. Now according to unnamed sources, Xiaomi are looking to produce a feature packed smart TV.
Phone battery life is becoming a more prominent feature when it comes to customers choosing a new phone. While it’s nice to have a quad-core super phone with 12 mega-pixel camera, what’s the use if you’re out of juice by lunchtime?