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The rumors that you might have heard about the latest flagship of Nexus is true to a larger extend! Though unofficially, yet the estimations...
Soon after Apple released the quarterly report of it's in cash investments, Samsung is ready to share its quarterly earning report. Is the news...
Spider-Man in China.
Xiaomi planning a manufacturing plant in India.
Philips i966 Aurora.
HTC Desire 820 mini.
DDoS attacks and database dumps might hit China.
Huawei Honor 6
Apple iPhone 6 and 6 Plus will launch in China on October 17, but customs agents have already found hundreds of the new iPhones.
ALS Ice Bucket Challenge taken in Xiamen, China.
In this Chinese restaurant, robots do the greeting, cooking and serving.
Take a look at the Apple iPhone 6.
Rat meat soup from China
Take a look at Changyuraptor yangi, the largest four-winged dinosaur known to man.
Say hello to the iPhone 5S Mini, a device which you don't want to buy.
Thirteen years later, it looks like the ban on video game consoles in China will finally be lifted. Chinese fans of Nintendo, Xbox and PlayStation can finally rejoice.
HTC is reportedly working on a smartphone OS for the Chinese market. Read on to learn more!
We have been hearing a lot about a new flip phone from Samsung, and now the Android clamshell from the company has become official. The Samsung SCH-W789 Hennessy is everything that all the rumors said it would be and the company has also revealed a bit more.
Say hello to the Xiaomi Red Rice, a quad core Android 4.2 smartphone which costs just $130. Now close your mouth, click the article link - and read all about it!
If a new rumor is to be believed the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini will arrive later this summer in a total of four different versions.
I don't think anyone really saw this one coming. When we talk about market share in the smartphone world, we are used to seeing names like Samsung, LG, and Motorola, but Huawei has (not so) quietly moved itself into the third spot overall
ZTE had a strong presence at CES recently, and showed off some great flagship phones, but nothing you could call low-cost or affordable. That isn't to say ZTE has stopped making high quality affordable smartphones, as they haven't and the ZTE U965 is proof of that.
China is always a few months behind the rest of the world with Apple releases. The Wi-Fi versions of the iPad mini and 4th-gen...
Recently we reported on a resurfaced rumor suggesting that Apple might be working on a cheaper version of the iPhone. At the time we said it seemed out of character for Apple, and unless it was aimed at the Chinese market, it was probably not too likely.
The WSJ and now Bloomberg are both pumping out new rumors suggesting Apple might be working on a lower-tier smartphone to go alongside its flagship (currently iPhone 5) model.
Have you ever wanted to go from Beijing to Guangzhou in 8 hours? If so, your dreams just came true.
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!
In the words of Tim Cook, “Customer response to iPhone 5 in China has been incredible, setting a new record with the best first weekend sales ever in China”.
HTC is attempting to take over the Chinese market by launching three variations of it’s 2012 phones for China. These phones should be available mid-December. The HTC J Butterfly (American Droid DNA) a 1080p smartphone will be released in the common black but also a brown and white colors. Local variants of the Windows Phone 8-based HTC 8x and HTC 8s are also to be released.
The specs are roughly on par with the Droid DNA (HTC J Butterfly), giving you a Qualcomm APQ8064 quad-core 1.5GHz processor and 2GB of RAM. There's the impressive 5-inch 1080x1920 full HD display (441PPI), 16GB of internal storage, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and a beefy 2500mAh battery for extended life.
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.
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.
Just a few days ago the Ministry of Industry and Technology of the People’s Republic of China gave the iPhone 5 network verification and the right to be sold in China.
Remember a few years ago when we had that whole fiasco about exploding batteries that caused laptops to catch on fire? It seems that we've got ourselves an exploding tablet now in the form of a strangely melted Google Nexus 7. It's turned into a horse.
The new CloudBB is specifically targeted at the Chinese market and is described as a “home entertainment terminal”. As you can probably guess, this is a cloud computing device design to replace a PC.
Acer was set to launch a new Acer CloudMobile A800 in Shanghai today, but it seems they've canceled the plans last moment. The A800 was quite unique not just because of its cloud-focus but because it was changing up the OS by making use of the Chinese Aliyun OS by Alibaba.
The Apple iMac is a pretty great all-in-one computer, but if you're coming from the perspective of an iPhone or iPad, you want to touch that screen.
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