OPPO has just unveiled its latest masterpiece and it doesn't disappoint, at least in as far as matching rumors to reality goes. The OPPO Find 7 boasts almost all the buzzworthy specs and features that you'd want to find in a high-end smartphone this year.
We're just a week away from HTC revealing the All New One and the puzzle pieces are almost all in place. This latest bit of information comes from China's FCC equivalent and it not only confirms things we already know but also supplies some missing bits as well.
IUNI, a spinoff of Chinese smartphone manufacturer Gionee, has just unveiled a rather interesting new entry into the market. While the IUNI U2's high-end specs might bore you a bit, its camera features might leave you drooling, if not scratching your head. If you've ever wanted a smartphone with a front-facing camera which is just as capable as the rear, then this one might be for you.
There is marketing and then there is spinning the truth. While Nokia might want us to believe that there are 1 million people in China eagerly waiting for the Nokia X, the truth, as well as the numbers, might actually be a lot less than that.
It seems that Chinese manufacturer OPPO is really trying to build up the hype around its upcoming Find 7 smartphone. This close to the scheduled unveiling, the company has started sending out invitations to Chinese media and bloggers that isn't what you'd call conventional.
In China, Qualcomm is facing difficulties surrounding perceived price fixing. Anti-monopoly regulators in China have accused Qualcomm of overcharging, and abusing their market position as a leading chipset manufacturer. It’s part of an ongoing effort to protect Chinese consumers from pricing which could get out of hand.
Xiaomi has recently hit our radars for outing its first smartphone to be launched outside of its main Chinese market, the Xiaomi Redmi, basically a rebranded Hongmi. Now the Chinese manufacturer is giving the Hongmi another spin by releasing a variant that swaps out its beating heart.
Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi has finally revealed more details about its new Redmi brand. What was launched in China as the "Red Rice" Hongmi will soon be making its way in other parts of the world, making Singapore its first stop in world domination.
Like many technology companies and, indeed, like its biggest rival Qualcomm, MediaTek is reported to be eyeing the wearable device market. The difference, however, is that the Taiwanese chip maker is targeting not the mainstream markets in the west but the large yet largely untested waters of China.
Huawei has been cranking out new devices on a fairly regular schedule. Just in the previous few weeks we saw the Ascend P6S and Ascend Mate 2. But along with smartphones and phablets, Huawei also has some devices in the tablets space. And judging from a recently discovered Tenaa filing, we may soon see an announcement for the MediaPad X1.