MediaTek has released its new quad-core MT8125 processor, which is aimed at the tablet market. The chip is likely to be used in budget orientated smartphones and tablets, whilst still offering decent performance.
Xiaomi recorded the sale of 200,000 Xiaomi M2S smartphones in just 45 seconds. An impressive feat for an equally impressive smartphone.
An in-depth review of the 5.8 inch “Mithril” Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean smartphone. It has a 720p display, a 12MP camera and is powered by a 1.2GHz quad core CPU.
We’ve recently heard about Samsung’s new octo-core processor, but just how far can this go? Is there any end in sight to the exponential growth we’re seeing in processor core counts?
Your phone is your connection to the world, but is it up to the task? We take a look at current phones and ponder if they’re really good enough.
Quad core smartphones from China are going to cost less than $100 by the end of this year according to a report from the Taiwanese site DigiTimes. Will these devices ever land in America?
ST-Ericsson’s new NovaThor L8580 quad-core processor will use half the power of its quad-core competitors.
Today in Las Vegas, Nvidia unveiled Tegra 4, its latest system on a chip. We take a look at the specifications and features of Tegra 4 to see how it fares against SoCs from Samsung and Qualcomm.
ZTE seems to be just as excited about its super-thin Grand S as we are, so instead of waiting until CES to launch it the company went ahead and held a short preview of the phone at its design offices in Shanghai.
We’ve already seen some great phones from Oppo and HTC, and we are expecting some equally impressive 5-inchers from ZTE and Huawei, but these are big brand phones. What about some smaller domestic Chinese brands?