The Nubia Z7 Max is one of the higher end phones offered by ZTE. It is one of the first few phones to offer dual-SIM LTE stand-by. The phone features a 5.5” display and runs on ZTE’s custom Android OS dubbed the “Nubia UI”.
Xiaomi makes a name for their value for money devices and products. Their first ever tablet offering, the MiPad, is no different. Housing the powerful Nvidia Tegra K1 processor while still spotting an amazingly cheap price tag, is the MiPad a definite buy? Read on to find out what we think about the MiPad.
OnePlus One equals two! The OnePlus company is apparently started independently by the EX Vice President of OPPO. However, with further research you’ll come to understand that the OnePlus Company is a subsidiary of OPPO. It comes with no surprise really seeing how similar their phones are both in terms of hardware and software. The OnePlus One phone is definitely priced to sell with phone featuring some of the best hardware available. How exactly does it perform? Read on to find out more.
Oppo is one of the bigger and more reputable Chinese phone brands out there. From the past few phones they have released, they are definitely not afraid to compete with all the bigger competitors out there. They sure do come out with some innovative designs and features that make their devices unique and stand out from the rest. That said, their devices do carry a premium price tag.
The Oppo Find 7A (or 7, only difference is the RAM and screen) is one such premium phone. With its own custom Android OS dubbed Color OS and the hardware being as powerful as with all the other flagship devices, is the Oppo Find 7A worthy of your money?
The Ascend P7 is Huawei’s flagship phone device offering for the market. It comes in two different versions, one with a single SIM slot and the other with dual SIM slot. The dual SIM slot model gives you the option of inserting a microSD or a SIM card for the secondary slot. The Ascend P7 is one of the few Chinese phones out there that supports LTE/4G. Chinese phones are sure late to the party in terms of better data connectivity options but at least they are starting to include them in their newer phones. How does the flagship phone from Huawei fair? Read on for the full review.
The Huawei Honor X1 (also known as the Mediapad X1 internationally. No difference except the name.) is a 7.0” tablet cum phone. It has the ability for you to make calls and do phone stuff. Some people call such hybrid devices a “phablet” and I have been using it as one. Does it perform well as a phablet? Or what about its performance should it only be considered as a tablet? Read on for the full review.