The impressive Nokia N1 (built and sold by Foxconn) is now avalible for pre-order in China. It will retail for about $250 and hit stores 1/29.
Motorola is finally returning to the Chinese market after their big acquisition by Lenovo. Along with the Moto X and LTE-capable Moto G, Motorola is bringing the Moto X Pro, which is basically a Nexus 6 without the logo.
Xiaomi has just announced the Redmi 2, a new mid-range device complete with an assortment of colors, LTE, a Snapdragon 410 (64-Bit) for just $112 (!)
As Xiaomi’s parent company finishes yet another whirlwind round of capital-creating campaigning, the Wall Street Journal has indicated it’s valued at $45B.
In the latest saga of patent warfare, the High Court of Delhi has awarded Ericsson injunction against Xiaomi in India.
The world’s thinnest phone is now official: Vivo has formally unveiled its X5 Max, witch has some of the most impressive specs ever in such a small package.
In a recent report, one Taiwnese firm has estimated that Chinese OEMs have shipped almost 40% of the world’s smartphones in 2014, with more room to grow.
OnePlus will be opening its first physical retail store, located in the Blue Harbor area of Beijing, to the public on December 20th.
Celebrating the release of Xiaomi’s first 4G phone in India, the Redmi 4G, Hugo Barra was interviewed by The Next Web where he shared some interesting info regarding the Lollipop update plans and Android One,
Samsung’s first all-metal smartphone has just gone in sale in China, for $420. Featuring mid-range specs at best, a focus on form clearly comes at a price.