The ZTE Nubia Z11 is the flagship offering from Nubia (parent company ZTE) that features fantastic hardware and one of the more interesting designs that Chinese companies have to offer. I have used the phone for a couple of months before writing this review. Do read on to find out more of what I think about the phone.
The LeEco Le Max 2 is yet another phone from China that has flagship specifications at a mid-range budget price point. LeEco is currently pushing to enter the United States market and officially sell their products there. The Le Max 2 comes in various configurations in terms of RAM and ROM. On top of that, it has rose gold (pink), force gold (gold) and grey (grey) colours that you can choose from. I have spent a week and more with the phone as my daily driver. How does this flagship spec mid-range budget phone fair? Read on to find out.
The Elephone P7000 is one of the first few Chinese phones in the market to house a 64-bit processor (MTK6752 by Mediatek) and is running on Android 5.0 Lollipop out of the box. While Elephone does not make their own custom Android OS, their phones do support a wide range of custom ROMs out there and can be easily obtained and flashed on the phone. Do note that I am running the stock ROM (pretty much stock Android 5.0) for the review. The P7000 does not cost much and yet houses some beefy hardware. How does it perform? Read on or watch the video to find out more.
The Onda V975W is a Windows based tablet that runs on an Intel Atom Z3735. Do not mistaken it for the Windows RT tablets that were released years back. This tablet runs a full fledge Windows 8.1 that you see in your everyday laptop computers and PCs. Hopefully the manufacturer releases an update for Windows 10 but one can only wait. It is a relatively cheap device considering the market it is competing in. How exactly does it perform? Read on to find out more.
The Meizu MX4 Pro is the upgraded version of their flagship phone the MX4. It comes with more powerful hardware and has a slightly larger screen as well. It runs on Meizu’s very own custom Android OS called the Flyme. The Pro edition is launched just a few months after the MX4. Is it really necessary for Meizu to launch two flagship grade phones within such a short time span? Is the MX4 Pro a worthy competitor to all the other flagship devices out there? Read on to find out more.
Wearable tech seems to be getting some hype with smart watches and fitness bands leading the way. There are many companies jumping on the bandwagon but none have come out with anything that is in the price range of the Xiaomi’s Mi Band. The Mi Band is an activity tracker that is said to “understand your every move”. How exactly does the Mi Band perform? Is it worthy to be on your wrist? Read on to find out more.