MediaTek has long been rumored to be working on an octa-core SoC, and the first leaked images of a tablet motherboard suggests that the Taiwanese semiconductor designer is close to unveiling it.
A new report suggests that the Micromax Canvas 4 might actually be a rebranded Wiko Heaven Stairway. This goes against the previous reports that the Canvas 4 is nothing but a rebranded Blue Life One.
Chinese company Vivo launches its new Y19t Smartphone aimed at the ladies, the most attractive feature being the inclusion of flash alongside the front camera.
GooPhone X1 is all set to be the world’s cheapest quad-core Smartphone when it goes on sale in China for 499 Yuan, translating to just $81.
How about a quad-core Smartphone, packing 2 GB RAM and a decent sized 4.5-inch display on top that costs only 999 Yuan (about $145)? Introducing, the Xiaocai X9.
Looks like the newly announced Sony Xperia C won’t be a China exclusive after all. A listing on the Sony Mobile India website confirms that the phone is headed to India.
Beijing based startup GEAK has had a busy week, with the launch of China’s (and possibly the world’s) first real Smartwatch alongside the launch of two budget priced phones.
Popular Indian smartphone brand Micromax is gearing up to release the next iteration of their hit Canvas series of Android phones, the Micromax Canvas 4.
Chinese phone maker JiaYu is working hard at their first true high-end smartphone. Dubbed the JiaYu S1, a leaked AnTuTu benchmarks suggest the use of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 600 SoC to power the 5-inch 1080p display.