Remember when we (jokingly?) called Huawei crazy for coming out with the 6.1-inch Ascend Mate “phone”? Well, you can say ZTE is officially joining the cuckoo club now, although the company’s Grand Memo is a bit more down to earth.
ZTE Grand S released in China for $760, starts to sound overpriced
How can Jolla, the company that was formed to take over the development of the MeeGo operating system, succeed with its Sailfish OS? It seems that Jolla is betting on China where there are still huge numbers of potential smartphone buyers.
Acer Liquid E1 unveiled in China with 4.5-inch qHD screen and Android 4.1
Acer has apparently decided to intro yet another easily forgettable phone in China, dubbed Liquid E1. Besides the uninspired name (although it’s at least memorable), the new guy suffers from a severe lack of power and style.
Remember the GooPhone i5 iPhone 5 clone? Here’s a review
While we can’t really claim secrets are better kept in the Android décor than in Apple’s world, especially now, we can’t help but laugh our behinds off whenever iPhone clones looking exactly like the originals come out before the authentic devices.
White HTC Butterfly gets 400,000 pre-orders in one day in China
Huawei has been one of the most active players in the Android community these first weeks of 2013, including during CES. Nothing out of the ordinary there, but unlike before we’ve talked more about high-end devices from the Chinese than cheap low-enders.
Runbo unveils the X3 and X5, two bizarre, cheap and tough Android 4.0 smartphones
We know it’s not easy to find a rugged smartphone with decent specs and a sensible price point, but this year’s CES might have brought to light the first devices to tick all those boxes. Meet Runbo’s X3 and X5, two tough as nails ICS-based handhelds going for less than $400.