Straight after the leaked shots this morning, Meizu has unveiled its next flagship Meizu MX smartphone, which comes earlier than what they originally promised. But anyway, we are glad to see the unveil of it, and we managed to compare the machine against two other popular smartphones — Xiaomi Phone and iPhone 4S. We are looking forward to see your …read more →
Meizu, a Chinese electronics manufacturer who has a history of “borrowing” design ideas from Apple, has already opened a chain of retail stores in China after making huge profits on selling the M8 (first-gen iPhone clone) and the M9. Today, the company is ready to open its first store outside mainland China, and that’s in …read more →
There’s a good reason Google’s Android Market is screwed up in China. Google and China hate each other so much. And interestingly, we are seeing over 70 kinds of 3rd party Android markets in China.
China Mobile, the world’s largest carrier, has over 600 million wireless subscribers in China. According to Reuters reports, 10 million of these customers are iPhones’ user despite that China Mobile is not an official Apple partner. The iPhone in China isn’t currently compatible with China Mobile’s TD-SCDMA 3G network, meaning that these 10 million unofficial iPhone …read more →
Had about 10+ emails asking us for some comparison between Meizu MX and other top smartphones these days, so we figured out we would spend some time to collect the results of tests that are done by Chinese tech sites who have got their hands on the Meizu MX.
You can now pre-order Xiaomi phone on their official website, but you may be disappointed that your order is placed behind over 100,000 people. If you order the phone now, Xiaomi is telling that you would probably need to wait until November or even later to receive it. We are stunned about this. Rather than that, we spotted …read more →
Like all other phones, Xiaomi phone also gets unboxed and dissected! Previously, we found out the real cost of Xiaomi phone is just about the same cost of an iPhone 4 and it is selling much cheaper. In the following, we managed to post several photos which including dissection, composition and its body strength experimentation. Enjoy!
The most curious question when you see Xiaomi Smartphone is probably the price, because it is so cheap at only $1999 yuans ($310) but still with decent hardware. We are going to take a look of its cost list after the break…
If you don’t know the Chinese company Xiaomi, maybe now is a good time to get to know its first Android-powered smartphone. Its MIUI has been eyes-catching since it introduced sometimes last year, which attracted a lot of smartphone users around the global, and most of them are feeling desirable with Xiaomi. So how about …read more →
Taiwan smartphone giant HTC is planning to open more retail outlets in China by increasing the current 630 stores up to 2,000 by the end of this year.