We heard a number of interesting stories starring China’s Baidu last spring, but come summer it was like the company went into total sleep mode. It was all quiet on the Eastern front during the fall too, but now that winter is (almost) here Baidu is back in business.
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!
Huawei, Xiaomi and ZTE have all announced or teased quite the beasts lately and it’s now Meizu’s turn to be in the spotlight. In fact, Meizu has been in the center of attention for a couple of weeks already, ever since the first details about the MX2 phone have emerged.
Samsung has initiated an audit of its manufacturing facilities in China and has vowed to address labor irregularities in the short and long-term.
China’s Meizu is getting prepared to launch the flagship Meizu MX2 tomorrow in Beijing, but if you can’t wait that long for the full rundown, we have all the details right here!
The Huawei Ascend D2 was unveiled in China about a month back, and just like any other presentation event for an upcoming super-phone, there were a few details left out. Thankfully, the blanks are now starting to be filled out, completing a truly outstanding spec sheet.
Most Android devices are still awaiting updates to either Ice Cream Sandwich or Jelly Bean 4.1 from their manufacturers, ZTE has gone ahead and given N880E Jelly Bean 4.2. That makes ZTE the first Chinese manufacturer to do so.
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.