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Andi Sykes

Andi Sykes it the founder of Gizchina.com. When he isn't writing about gadgets he is usually found in one of the many "phone cities" dotted around China.

Russia’s YotaPhone is the Most Innovative we’ve Seen Yet

yotaphone hands on

It's been great to see all these fantastic phones at CES, but nothing has really managed to stand-out and redefine what a phone is and how it should word, well nothing except the Russian-made YotaPhone.

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Lenovo Steals the Show with the Intel Clover Trail Powered Lenovo K900

lenovo k900

CES 2013 will go down in history as the date when Lenovo finally put their money where their mouth is and launched an Android device actually worth lusting after.

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Asus Qube arrives at CES with cube interface

Asus qube announced at CES

Thanks to various leaks, today's announcement of the Asus Qube Google TV device might not have been the surprise they were looking for, but the home-media system is interesting nonetheless.

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Netgear NeoTV PRIME Google TV comes to CES

netgear neo prime google tv

If you thought that Asus was the only company to be sporting a new Google TV box at CES this year, then you would be dead wrong. Netgear also has their new NeoTV PRIME on display at the show.

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ZTE Grand S shows up in a Range of Different Colors

zte grand s colours leaked

Although the Grand S isn't scheduled to launch until later this month at CES, a few lucky people managed to get a first glimpse of the phone sporting a lime green finish at a design show in Shanghai yesterday.

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Additional Huawei Ascend Mate Photos Leaked

huawei ascend mate leaked photos

Huawei have taken the old mantra "bigger is better" to all new levels with their new Ascend Mate phablet, which features a humongous 6.1-inch display.

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Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini shipping with Android 4.1.2 in Asia

samsung galaxy s3 mini

If you're in the market for the Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini, and you happen to be in Asia, you might be lucky enough to be getting Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean ahead of other Mini owners.

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Nokia Lumia 920T will cost just $0.16 in China

nokia 920t price in China

China has long been known as a place to pick up low-cost smartphones, but that's just in regards to domestically made phones right? Well not anymore as Nokia's plans for the Lumia 920T have emerged.

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ZTE Nubia Z5 Officially Launched in China

zte nubia z5 launched in China

Back in November ZTE announced the China-only Nubia brand. Despite this, the company has waited until today to launch the flagship phone for the new brand in Beijing.

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ZTE Nubia Z5 launch date pushed back to 26th December

ZTE nubia z5 launch date changed

ZTE have postponed the launch of their flagship 5-inch phablet, until the 26th December! Could domestic rival Meizu be to blame?

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Oppo Ulike 2 coming Christmas Eve with 5 mega-pixel front camera!

oppo ulike 2 launches with 5 mega-pixel front camera

Oppo's Ulike 2 promises to take the best self portrait photos ever with a 5 mega-pixel front camera and built in skin and face enhancers!

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ZTE U887 5-inch Dual-core Phablet on a Budget

zte u887 low cost 5 inch phablet

ZTE, along with Huawei, Oppo and HTC are among the first to enter the 5-inch Android smartphone market, however their first offering isn't a range topping 1080p quad-core beast but rather low-cost dual-core offering.

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ZTE Nubia Z5 quad-core 1080 phone launching Christmas Day

zte nubia z5 coming soon

ZTE announced their new Nubia flagship brand last month, and it now looks like the company is hoping to launch the first Nubia phone around Christmas day.

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Windows 8 phone arrives in China with the Nokia Lumia 920T

nokia lumia 920t coming to china

Despite the huge popularity of domestic Android phones and the iPhone, Nokia is still doing well in China and is looking to grab a larger market share with the launch of the new Lumia 920T.

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China Unicom Reports Over 100,000 iPhone 5 Pre-Ordered in First Day

iPhone

New smartphones from smaller brands arrive everyday here in China, while larger domestic brands such as Xiaomi, Meizu and Oppo release new phones every 6 months or so. With all the competition from domestic manufacturers you would think demand for the iPhone 5 would be minimal.

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