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.
The Huawei Ascend D2 has been priced at two of China’s biggest carriers; it starts at $607 for China Unicom.
Xiaomi has announced on its website that China Telecom will be receiving a variant of the MI-2 compatible with the CDMA carrier.
If you’re pining for the WCDMA version of the Huawei Ascend D2, you’ll have to keep on waiting for a little longer. But if you think the China Telecom CDMA variant will do, then get yours tomorrow.
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.
We mentioned a couple of months ago that Samsung was planning to release a special variant of the Galaxy Note 2 for the Chinese market, one that comes with dual-SIM support. It seems we’re nearing its launch date.
If you still haven’t come up with your Christmas wish list, you better start doing it now! One thing you might want to add to your list is the Motorola XT928—a new, classy yet “triple-dual” smartphone. The smartphone is the product of the partnership between Motorola Mobility, Inc. together with China Telecom. Features of the Phone Its main features include a 13-megapixel camera, huge 4.5-inch touch screen complete with 1280×720 HD resolution, 1080p HD video capture/playback and Dolby Digital Plus audio technology—all in a smartphone. With extras like dual-mode, dual-core, and dual-standby function, it surely is a complete package in one!…
Hisense, not to be confused with Hivision, has revealed details on its first Android handset, called the HS-E90. Official specifications include a 3.5 inch HVGA touchscreen display, CDMA / EVDO Rev. A connectivity, music and video players, Bluetooth, microSD card support, an FM radio, a 5MP autofocus camera, and a 1500 mAh battery that is rumored to last up to 4 hours. While the hardware of this device looks to be sleek and sexy with a sort of minimalist feel to it, the overlaying UI leaves much to be desired. Running Android, Hisense has put its own twist on the…
Samsung has churned out another China-bound Android-powered handset. Today’s handset flavor is the i899, an Android offering with smooth curves and a button layout reminiscent of the Samsung Galaxy i7500. The i899 will target the mid-level consumer and will feature a 3.2 inch AMOLED resistive touchscreen display with 320 x 480 resolution, CDMA 2000/EV-DO Rev.A, a 3.2MP camera with autofocus and flash, an 800MHz processor, Wi-Fi / WAPI, GPS, DivX support, and microSD card expansion. The i899 is destined for China Telecom and will debut in the upcoming weeks at a yet-to-be-determined price. A large size press photo of this…