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Samsung Galaxy S4 Active Mini gets certified by Tenaa

It seems that Samsung is at it again, churning out multiple variants of some of its more known brands. But this smartphone that has just received Tenaa certification has left us scratching our heads. Not only is the name of the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active Mini quite a mouthful, its watered-down specs make us wonder if it will even sell at all, especially considering how its larger sibling didn't exactly become a hit.

Vivo Xplay3S to push smartphone war to 2k screens

Nothing screams "better" than bigger numbers right? That just might be the kind of thinking that's going on in Chinese manufacturer Vivo's head as it teased to the whole world its next pursuit: the Vivo Xplay3S, the world's first 2K display smartphone.

Xiaomi Millet smartwatch rumors emerge

These rumors may be a bit soon to attribute to Hugo Barra, however it is looking like Xiaomi may have a smartwatch in the works. The watch is reportedly coming from Millet and while this could have easily been looked at as future offering for the Chinese market, there has been word from Barra dealing with a international strategy for the upcoming year.

Lenovo Vibe Z K910 unveiled in China

Lenovo isn't a brand you'd immediately associate with Android smartphones, but the company definitely wants to change that perception. It has just recently announced the Vibe Z K910 phablet in China that, as far as specs are concerned, rivals most smartphones of this generation.

HTC One Max images revealed as device gets certified for use in China

There have been plenty of image and spec leaks for the HTC One Max up until this point, however it seems as if we are now getting to see some slightly more official images. We should clarify that these images haven't come by way of HTC though. Instead they have arrived by way of the Chinese Tenaa, which is basically the same as the FCC from the US. That said, this time around we are seeing the front and back as well as the left and right sides of the handset.

TCL N3 smartphone outed in promo photo ahead of release

TCL has been rather quiet of late in Android circles, unless, of course, you include the line of Android smartphones from Alcatel, a brand that it owns. But it seems that the Chinese electronics company has been silently busy in its home court and is just about ready to announce its newest flagship, the TCL N3 smartphone.