Sapphire screens could be poised to gain in popularity as China Mobile has started taking pre-orders for the sapphire clad Desay Magical Mirror X5.
Authorities have insisted that China’s three state-owned wireless carriers cut their handset subsidy budgets, which could hinder local and international vendors, except for Xiaomi that is.
New images compare the One Max to the Galaxy Note 3 and reveal clues about its final specifications.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 has been announced for China Mobile, except the device, GT-N7108D, is powered by a Snapdragon 600 processor instead of Samsung’s own Exynos 4. Curious to know more? Read on to find out!
The ZTE Geek U988S, a China Mobile exclusive, will be sold with a few major spec changes over the model it is based on — the ZTE Geek. The first of which is its use of the NVIDIA’s Tegra 4 SoC.
According to various leaks, Sony will unveil four new products tomorrow at Mobile Asia Expo in Shanghai. These will include a previously unknown phone dubbed Xperia C and a variant of the Xperia SP.
The HTC One has been announced for China, and is slightly different than its internation counterpart with microSD and dual-SIM support.
It’s no longer a secret that HTC had to delay the initially planned One release because of component shortages, but thankfully it seems the Taiwanese have finally managed to iron out all the kinks and get the phone ready to fulfill its destiny.
Going green? Check out this fiber paper-based nano-SIM card that China Mobile is now using. Less plastic. Less petrochemicals. Less waste.
China Mobile revealed at MWC that it will sell the HTC One as the HTC TD 101 later this year, but that it will also stock the LG Optimus Vu 2 Plus, another TD-LTE handset.