Owners of non-Google Pixel devices will finally get to see for themselves what to expect from Android 13 with yesterday’s rollout of the software’s second beta.
ZTE has launched its latest flagship phone in China, with a global release to follow in June.
Antutu has published its latest performance rankings in China for April 2022, featuring the best-performing phones in the flagship, sub-flagship, and midrange categories.
One of the gaming phones Nubia launched in China last week has been announced for the international market, including the Philippines.
Popular benchmark app Antutu has released its monthly global rankings of top-performing midrange and flagship Android phones for December 2021.
Nearly two weeks after announcing the latest rankings of the best-performing Android phones released in China, Antutu has finally posted the global versions.
While we think synthetic tests shouldn’t be your basis when purchasing a smartphone, we still consult them from time to time to give us an idea of how a certain handset performs.
ZTE sub-brand Nubia has announced the global variant of its latest flagship RedMagic 6S Pro gaming smartphone, which features the most powerful Qualcomm chipset on the market alongside better cooling and faster touch response.
After launching the ZTE Axon 20 5G last year as the world’s first commercially available phone with an under-display camera, the Chinese technology company is back at it again with the phone’s refresh.
Popular benchmarking website Antutu Benchmark just published its latest rankings of the top-performing flagship and midrange Android smartphones in China. And the results are, well, quite interesting, especially in the top-end segment, where the likes of the ASUS ROG Phone 5, Black Shark 4 Pro, and RedMagic 6 Pro are included in the mix.
Did the RedMagic 6 series that was launched in China catch your fancy? Don’t worry, it’s arriving in the Philippines soon.
RedMagic has announced the Tencent Edition RedMagic 6 series for the Chinese market, with two new models in tow — the RedMagic 6 and RedMagic 6 Pro. Both arrive as the world’s first phones with a 165Hz screen. On top of that, the most premium model in the lineup is the first commercial phone ever equipped with 18GB of RAM. Crazy.
The world’s first commercial smartphone with an under-screen camera is finally going global starting this month of December.
Qualcomm’s next-flagship chipset is not called Snapdragon 765, as many expected; it’s Snapdragon 888, representing a number considered lucky in China.
It’s joining the gaming-phone launch party. Six months after it released the Red Magic, Nubia has started teasing its second gaming device.
Counterpoint Research’s report for the first quarter of 2018 is in. And it shows an interesting detail.
Following last year’s Razer Phone, the Xiaomi Black Shark and Nubia Red Magic gaming smartphones were announced in China with high specs and excellent prices. But which one is worth your money in 2018?
If there’s any doubt that the mobile-gaming category is about to get way more exciting, look at recent related developments since the Razer Phone was released in November 2017.
Just several days after Xiaomi’s Black Shark gaming phone was revealed in full, Chinese phone maker ZTE, through its sub-brand Nubia, sent out invitations for a press event on April 19 that will introduce its own entry into the possibly lucrative mobile-gaming market. Gaming as a whole is a gravy train for app designers, as exemplified by this BroadbandSearch.net guide.
HE foldable phone leaked about three weeks ago is official. And no, it’s not from Samsung or LG. Meet the ZTE Axon M, a device that better suits the word Apple used to describe its decision to remove the headphone jack from the iPhone 7.
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