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Dell Streak Pro 101DL running on Baidu’s Yi platform leaked

12/19/2011, While Dell appears to have exited the US market for Android smartphones, their plans to enter China’s market by adopting Baidu’s Yi smartphone platform (essentially a modified version of Android) is no secret, and thanks to some leaked photos, we now...

Oppo Find 2 to run on Android 4.0 with a 10MP camera?

12/19/2011, If you were to disregard all that “fake” phones coming out of China in the form of iPhone clones and what not, you would realize that there are reputable Chinese companies producing some pretty high-end products, taking for example the Meizu MX, the...

iPad to be renamed in China?

12/07/2011, The world’s hottest selling tablet, the Apple iPad might have to be sold under a different name in China. According to reports online, Apple has lost a trademark dispute in China over the iOS tablet’s name and will have to pay up a hefty fine...

Samsung SCH-W999: for people who like pairs

12/05/2011, Samsung has recently announced the launch of a very interesting Android phone in China, the SCH-W999. Designed for folks who love things that come in pairs, this phone features dual 3.5″ Super AMOLED (480 x 800) displays, dual SIM slots, dual-mode...

Alibaba to launch its own Google+ like social network

12/02/2011, Alibaba has often been referred to as China’s answer to Google, and rightfully so. They are one of the country’s largest (if not the largest) search engine and have even services and products that mirror Google’s own, so it’s really not surprising...

Mystery Chinese tablet spotted running on Android 4.0

12/01/2011, At the moment the Samsung Galaxy Nexus is the only device in the world to officially have Android’s Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 on board. There are a ton of other devices that are scheduled to receive the update, tablets included, but it appears that this...

Lenovo LePad S2005 heads to China first

11/29/2011, For those living in China, great news as Lenovo has announced that the LePad S2005 will be headed your way. For those wondering, the LePad S2005 is Lenovo’s hybrid offering in the sense that it will be rocking a massive 5” display that seems to blur...

ZTE phone does TD-LTE, TD-SCDMA, GSM and dual SIM

11/18/2011, I think we have found a brand new multitasking champion where smartphones are concerned – this particular model from ZTE sports TD-LTE, TD-SCDMA, GSM and dual SIM support, where it is currently on parade at China Mobile’s booth at Mobile Asia...

Chinese “Love Master” tablet runs on a Tegra 2 processor

11/14/2011, China has been known to put out several copycat products in the past, but it seems that lately local manufacturers are starting to produce some pretty interesting devices, which may not exactly impress in terms of hardware, but they do quite well for...

Knock off Smart Cover only costs $6

11/10/2011, Own an iPad 2 and love the smart cover, but don’t see yourself spending the $39 needed just to get one? Well, the next time in China, you might want to look out for a Smart Cover knock off from a company named PBPEI. The folks over at micdigi.com...

Apple might give China Mobile’s TD-SCDMA iPhone a pass

11/08/2011, China Unicom has been Apple’s official carrier for the iPhone in China, but China’s largest carrier, China Mobile, has expressed interest in getting the iPhone onto their network as well. Previous rumors have suggested that Apple was beta testing a...

China Unicom looking to bring in iPhone 4S by end of the year

11/08/2011, Residents in China who have been waiting for the iPhone 4S to land on their shores will be glad to hear that China Unicom is looking to get their hands on the iPhone 4S before the year is out. At the moment the carrier is waiting for the network access...

Motorola DROID RAZR gets a redesign in China

11/02/2011, Motorola has officially launched the DROID RAZR in two flavors – GSM and CDMA but both of them will look the same, with the CDMA version being US-only on Verizon. According to reports online, there’s also a third version of the handset that...

Angry Birds stores to be opened in China next year

11/02/2011, If you can’t get enough of Angry Birds (it sure feels like most of the world can’t), you might want to consider a vacation to China sometime next year. Rovio has announced that it plans to open a series of Angry Birds branded retail stores in...