HTC recently hinted that it was working on yet another One, and that one might soon be coming to China. This "Vogue" edition of HTC's flagship is said to sport roughly the same specs but in an a less flattering form.
The plastic variant of HTC's One M8 might be a real thing after all, but it might also be limited to China. A pair of photos from the country's TENAA certification agency reveal a plastic body that is distinctly different from the flagship but still bears its name as the One M8St or One M8 "Ace".
Another year, another Samsung flip phone model. Like a mythical beast imbued with immortality, the Korean manufacturer is seemingly releasing another flip style smartphone to the Chinese market, fortunately with somewhat decent hardware.
If you've been wondering where OPPO's 2K display smartphone has gone, wonder no more. If you're in China, that is. The Find 7 is now available for pre-orders and will start shipping in China beginning the 29th of May.
If you are still having a hard time taking that perfect selfie shot, then Meitu's Meitu 2 might just help solve your problem. This latest smartphone from the Chinese manufacturer not only has a 13 megapixel camera at the back, it even puts another one at the front.
If 2012's smartphone-slash-projector oddity caught your fancy, then its successor might also be your thing, if it comes to the market, that is. For now, however, the now slightly more stylish Samsung Galaxy Beam 2 is available for purchase only in China.
It's been a long while since we've last heard about Huawei's next flagship, but now it seems that the Ascend P7 will soon be ready to take flight. A collection of photos from China's TENAA agency reveals some possible features of the smartphone, including dual SIM support and a double glass design.
ZTE has just a unveiled a new budget smartphone in China, one that it seemingly poised to rival a very specific contender. With a name like "V5 Red Bull", this device seems poised to be ZTE's answer to the Xiaomi Redmi Note unveiled last month.
Some things are too good to be true, which may be the case with the ZTE Grand S II. Though it didn't come with the rumored 4 GB of RAM, the actual device that landed in Beijing isn't disappointing at all.
Trying to once more bring its display experience into the Android market, TV and monitor maker has unveiled three Android tablets. But while these tablets may boast of AOC's brand, the tablet themselves are marketed more towards the low-tier segment of the market.