After looking at the dual-SIM Galaxy Note 2 flavor that was made official in China, it’s now time to check out another Android device launched in the region. The SCH-W2013 is an Android flip phone that’s made for/with Jackie Chan, but don’t expect it to be a Samsung flagship device that will soon go on sale in other markets.
Just yesterday we talked about a dual-SIM Galaxy S3 model that was spotted in China, and now we’re going to move to the other dual-SIM Samsung flagship device that was rumored to be available soon in the region, the Galaxy Note 2.
China is a country that the media tends to ignore, which is something that deeply troubles us. According to VentureBeat, China became the world’s largest smartphone market during the second quarter of 2012. That means, for all intents and purposes, China is where handset makers should be focusing all their efforts.
There’ve been plenty of ultra-snappy, super-thin and/or uber-stylish high-end smartphones to come out in China lately, but you can never have too many options, can you? That said, let’s welcome the Vivo X1, another contender for the title of “world’s thinnest smartphone”.
Though it’s still not a name to be reckoned with in the global smartphone world, Meizu sure knows how to build the hype around its flagship devices. The MX2 phone is to be unveiled on November 27, but until then we have plenty of things to keep us warm and excited.
While the biggest news to come from China today has been clearly Oppo’s final setting of a launch date for the uber-hyped Find 5, the Asian manufacturer has another surprising ace up its sleeve.
While we can appreciate the occasional hype-building marketing campaign, Oppo might have gone a bit too far in promoting its next flagship phone, the Find 5.
Google’s Nexus 7 brings together the best of two worlds, being both affordable and very competitive performance-wise. How many of you agree with that? Very many, right? But what if we were to present to you a 7-incher going for just 50 bucks more while considerably upping the spec ante?
Although the Meizu MX2 doesn’t launch until November 17th in Beijing, we already seem know quite a bit about the upcoming smartphone. Not only is it believed to have quad-core power under the hood, we now have a new leak that suggests the MX2 will start at just 2599 yuan,or about $417, for the 16GB version.
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.