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Xiaomi Teases New Mi 5s With Impressive AnTuTu Benchmarks

Xiaomi Teases New Mi 5s With Impressive AnTuTu Benchmarks

What better way to tease a powerful new smartphone than by showing off its impressive benchmark results? That’s exactly what Xiaomi just did to tease the upcoming Mi 5s, which achieves a respectable 164,119 points on AnTuTu.

Huawei and Oppo Dominated the Chinese Smartphone Market in Q2; Samsung Nowhere to Be Found in Top 5

Huawei and Oppo Dominated the Chinese Smartphone Market in Q2; Samsung Nowhere to Be Found in Top 5

A report from DigiTimes Research highlights that while smartphone shipments have increased in China by 14.3% on a yearly basis, shipments of high-end smartphones from Apple and Samsung have declined. Local Chinese OEMs like Huawei and Oppo have benefitted the most as their budget Android devices have been doing exceedingly well. 

Oppo R9 Gets a Drastic Price Cut in China to Take on the Vivo X7

Oppo R9 Gets a Drastic Price Cut in China to Take on the Vivo X7

Chinese smartphone manufacturers are battling out to reign supreme. Leading the battle currently is the Oppo R9 (F1 Plus in some markets), which has sold an astonishing 7 million units in 3 months, or 1.1 units per second. Even with some impressive figures, the R9 is feeling the pressure from the Vivo X7.

LeEco Unveils Le Max 2 with 6GB RAM and Snapdragon 820 Chipset for $380; Also Unveils Le 2 and Le 2 Pro

LeEco Unveils Le Max 2 with 6GB RAM and Snapdragon 820 Chipset for $380; Also Unveils Le 2 and Le 2 Pro

At a massive event in China today, LeEco unveiled its three new handsets: the Le 2, Le 2 Pro and Le Max 2. During its event, the company took generous potshots at Apple’s iPhone 6s and Xiaomi’s Mi 5, and made sure to highlight at every step how its latest handsets are better than the offerings from the other two companies.

Meizu PRO 6 with Deca-Core Helio X25 Chipset and 10-LED Ring Flash System Announced

Meizu PRO 6 with Deca-Core Helio X25 Chipset and 10-LED Ring Flash System Announced

Meizu today launched its first flagship handset for 2016, the PRO 6. The handset from the Chinese vendor is also the first in the world to make use of MediaTe’s deca-core Helio X25 chipset. 

Meizu m3 Note with a metal body, octa-core chipset, and 5.5-inch display unveiled in China

Meizu m3 Note with a metal body, octa-core chipset, and 5.5-inch display unveiled in China

Meizu today launched its new budget phone in China: the Meizu m3 Note. It is the first budget handset from the company to sport a metal body that is made from Series 6000 aluminium. The m3 Note shares the same design language as other Meizu phones like the MX5 and Pro 5.

Vivo Xplay5 is the world’s first smartphone with 6GB RAM

Vivo Xplay5 is the world’s first smartphone with 6GB RAM

Vivo today announced the world’s first smartphone with 6GB of RAM: the Vivo Xplay5. In addition, the handset also features a curved AMOLED display that has up until now only been seen on flagship Samsung devices and the BlackBerry Priv.

Oppo announces the A53, a 5.5-inch metallic mid-ranger

Oppo announces the A53, a 5.5-inch metallic mid-ranger

Not wanting to be left behind Vivo, which announced two new phones earlier today, Oppo has launched a new Android device of its own. Called the A53, the phone features mid-range hardware packed inside a body made of magnesium alloy.

Vivo X6 and X6Plus official with metal bodies, AMOLED displays, 4GB of RAM

Vivo X6 and X6Plus official with metal bodies, AMOLED displays, 4GB of RAM

Vivo, maker of the world’s thinnest smartphone, unveiled two new handsets today: the Vivo X6 and the Vivo X6Plus. With 5.2-inch and 5.7-inch displays, the X6 and X6Plus feature 6.9 mm thick metal bodies, a fingerprint sensor and 4GB of RAM, in addition to other high-end specs.

Xiaomi CEO promises new Mi 5 smartphone is ‘worth waiting for’

Xiaomi CEO promises new Mi 5 smartphone is ‘worth waiting for’

Xiaomi announced a number of new additions to its product lineup on Tuesday, but the flagship Mi 5 smartphone many of us were waiting for was not one of them. Fans will have to hold onto their cash for a little longer, then, but Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun promises it’s “worth waiting for.”