While we tend to think of VPN as file hosting for our work related needs, it’s a popular option for Chinese citizens to access the Internet we take for granted. The method for doing this via Raspberry Pi is relatively simple, and could catch on widely.
Samsung has maintained its position as the most popular smartphone brand in China, selling over 12 million handsets in the first quarter of this year. Meanwhile, Apple languishes in sixth place.
ThL W100 has launched its latest smartphone. Not only does this phone have a 4.5 inch IPS display, sport a quad-core Cortex A7 based processor, include an 8MP rear camera along with an amazing 5MP front-facing camera, it only costs $160! What do you think of that price?
Xiaomi is rumored to have the Red Rice under development as a $130 device with a 4.7-inch 720p display and dual-SIM support.
With recent leaked info regarding their “C3” phone, it seems as though Sony is on the right path. While no official specs are out, we’re hearing all manner of things suggesting the device will be an entry level Xperia device, and pretty good to boot.
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Amazon has just successfully launched its very own Android app store in China, where both free and paid apps are now available for all.
The HTC 608t just completed the round in China’s TENAA, bringing the stark red back of the HTC One and the stereo speakers and button layout of the HTC One. With a decent set of specs, this could be a great mid range device.
Samsung has released a dual-SIM variant of the flagship Galaxy S4, aimed at the Chinese market.
The HTC One has been announced for China, and is slightly different than its internation counterpart with microSD and dual-SIM support.
Back at CES 2013 Lenovo unveiled the impressive Lenovo K900, an Intel Clover Trail-powered smartphone that packed plenty of power under the hood. Now its late April and the K900 finally has an official release date of May 6th.