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HTC One to sell as TD 101 via China Mobile, LG Optimus Vu 2 Plus also spotted

by: Chris SmithFebruary 27, 2013
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.
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Another cheap quad-core phone: ZTE U956 spotted in leaked pictures, coming to China Mobile soon

by: David GonzalesJanuary 16, 2013
If you thought the recently announced ZTE Grand S Android smartphone was great but somehow don't think you can spend upwards of $500 on your next mobile, then you should take a look at the more affordable ZTE U956.
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State of the mobile industry: Carriers

by: Nate SwannerDecember 28, 2012
As we inch toward a true global conscience, we are increasingly dependent on being connected. Being connected is what defines us, with things like social media, blogs, and news sites. Here in the USA, we are fortunate to have a huge network of connectivity, but are we doing the right things with our network?
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Android dominates in China with 90.1% market share

by: J. Angelo RacomaNovember 15, 2012
Android is on the rise in China. While the smartphone market in the country is currently under 20% of total mobile devices as of earlier this year, smartphones are certainly a fast-growing segment. In the third quarter of 2012, Android smartphones have accounted for 90.1% of the market, which includes smartphone sales and ownership.
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China Mobile is still the world’s top mobile phone operator, Vodafone is the distant second

by: AdrianOctober 23, 2012
After hearing about the breathtaking figure of worldwide cellphone subscriptions just a couple of weeks back, we now have some new numbers shedding light on the telecommunication companies that are leading this “mobile phone revolution”.
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Baidu To Copy Android For Its New OS

by: glennSeptember 10, 2011

Baidu, the Chinese counterpart of Google search, has announced of its plans to create its own OS for its consumers. Although it has already replaced Google apps and services on Android phones in China, the company is targeting a new OS that will follow the formatting and style of the Android OS.


Baidu said they will compete against Google Places with their own Maps, provide consumers with an ebook reader app that’s similar with the Apple’s iBooks, and its own music player. The company is also planning to add apps with a Chinese character input tool to cater their target consumers’ needs.

Aside from competing with Google, Baidu is [...]

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Three new Motorola Android devices are headed for China

by: Susan ElleryDecember 21, 2009

Those three mystery Android devices that kept appearing over the past few weeks have finally been given a name and a destination. The trio include the MT710, the XT701 and the XT800 and all three are slated for launch in China in early 2010. Each handset will land at a different carrier with the MT710 headed to China Mobile as part of its OPhone platform, the XT701 headed to China Unicom, and the XT800 headed to China Telecom. With their 3.7 inch, 854×480 touchscreen displays and 5MP cameras, these handsets are on the fast track to success. Hit the jump for the full specs and press photos.

[via AndroidandMe and Engadget]

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Motorola MT710 to launch with China Mobile on December 28th

by: Susan ElleryDecember 9, 2009

Motorola MT710

We saw the Motorola MT710 last month when detailed specifications on this Android OPhone-powered handset were revealed. The MT710 is chock full of features, including a 3.7 inch capacitive FWVGA touchscreen, a Marvell PXA310 624MHz processor, 3G connectivity via China’s new TD-SCDMA standard, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, WiFi, a 5MP camera with autofocus and dual LED flash, and CMMB mobile TV support. Looking very much like a keyboard-less DROID, the MT710 will run the OPhone OS 1.5 and is slated to launch with China Mobile on December 28th. Any of our Chinese readers out there going to be ringing in the New Year with this handset in their [...]

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Dell Mini 3iX to lack Android Market?

by: Chuck ZichDecember 2, 2009

The folks at Zumo Blog have recently obtained more information about Dell’s Mini 3iX Android device and, shockingly, Dell is planning to omit the Android Market from the phone.  Instead, Director of retail for Dell Latin America, Scott Schillington, has confirmed that they are opting to allow for direct downloads from developers and integration of their own version of an application store.  The 3iX will be sold in Brazil before it launches in the U.S. so we should get to see the consumer reaction to Dell’s decision before U.S. customers take the plunge.

This phone  passed the FCC about a month ago and is slated for an early 2010 release on AT&T’s [...]

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LG announces the GW880 OPhone for China Mobile

by: Susan ElleryNovember 25, 2009

Rumored to be launching in Q4 with China Mobile, LG’s second Android offering, the GW880 OPhone, has been officially announced. This full touch mobile phone features a 3.5 inch WVGA display that can fit 24 shortcuts and widgets on a single homescreen, TD-SCDMA for 3G connectivity, a CMMB mobile TV tuner, a 5 megapixel camera, GPS, Bluetooth and access to an app store with titles cherry-picked by China Mobile fill out he specs. With the formal introduction now out of the way, details on the pricing and launch date should be forthcoming soon.

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