1MORE, the company behind the highly-regarded Xiaomi Piston 3.0 headphones, has sent us their own variation of the in-ear monitors. Check out our full review of the product!
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Yota produced a truly innovative product with the YotaPhone, and Chinese manufacturer Oukitel is looking to get in on the action. The Oukitel U6, coming in August, also features two displays.
Smartphone manufacturer Oukitel is getting prepared to release a smartphone with a giant 10,000 mAh battery, and we have managed to get our hands on some exclusive photos of the device.
The Ulefone Be Touch has taken a bit of inspiration from the iPhone 6, but it still manages to maintain its distinctiveness and scores higher than the OnePlus One in benchmarks. Check out our review!
Tronsmart's latest car charger is not only Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0-compatible but it also delivers a maximum output of 54W across four ports making it the world's most powerful to date.
2.5D screens? Ten-core MT6797 SoCs? Dual-batteries? The next year of Chinese smartphones will be really interesting, and this article will prime you on the next 12 months of Chinese handset tech.
Battery life is one of the biggest complaints of smartphone users, but that might soon change if the Doogee starts a trend with the giant 6000 mAh battery in the Doogee S6000 smartphone.
You may not have heard of the Oukitel U9, but it's certainly worth looking out for, because not only does it have some extremely reasonable specs but it actually looks pretty good too.
The Elephone P7000 Pioneer has made a lot of waves and we've managed to get our hands on one for a review. But while you wait on that, check out our unboxing and first impressions!
A few days ago it was rumored that MediaTek might be entering the Google Chromebook scene, and now a 10 minute video has been released of a Chromebook running on a MediaTek MT8173 SoC.
Yahoo! Pipes was a revolutionary product when it was launched some years ago, but unfortunately the service is coming to an end with the announcement of it being shut down in the next few weeks.
Xiaomi isn't a name you instantly associate with wearables, but they're currently trailing behind Fitbit as the world's second largest wearables vendor, beating out Samsung and Garmin.
Hound made headlines when the internal demo was made public a couple of days ago, but is it as fast and flexible as they demoed in the video? We go hands on and check it out for ourselves.
The Elephone P6000 costs just $115 but has better specs than you'd ever expect. We used the the smartphone for a month and found that it performs surprisingly well. Check out our full review here!
We recently reviewed the Mi Band and found that lacking Google Fit integration was a bit of a let down, but that's all changed today with the official app updated to support the Google Fit service.