Two days away from launch after weeks of rumors and reports, the Xiaomi Mi 6X has been spotted on Android’s Official Website.Although it doesn’t reveal all the specs,it does reveal some key specs that we weren’t aware of until now.The listing throws light on the memory configurations, which are pegged to be 32GB and 64GB coupled with 4GB of RAM, the OS version which is Android 8.1.0 and the screen which is a 6-inch unit.If all the reports are to be believed, the Mi 6X will feature a 6-inch diplay with an 18:9 aspect ratio, Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 under the hood coupled with 4GB RAM and 32/64GB of onboard storage.The camera would be a 20MP+8MP on the back and a 20MP shooter on the front.The battery is where the Mi 6X sounds disappointing, with only 2910mAh capacity.
If I say that Xiaomi has the most “loyal” fanbase in the world, many will probably disagree considering that Apple and Samsung’s fanboys are quite loyal too, especially Apple.However, have we noticed that the average Xiaomi user never sees anything wrong with what the company does?Now, that is obviously the passion for the company.Xiaomi’s supporters stretch from the high-class citizenry to the low-class smartphone users though the former is only a niche.Compared to Huawei (another Chinese manufacturing giant), Xiaomi is less known globally but even Huawei’s fans are not as enthusiastic as Xiaomi’s.The passion that users have for Xiaomi devices is elucidated in Southeast Asia and mostly India.
If you once had any doubts about Meizu’s ability to deliver on its 15th-anniversary devices, we would urge you to consider them assuaged.The company at its Sunday event not only proved that it wasn’t disturbed by the recent onslaught of Android phones with notched screens with the Meizu 15 trio but also introduced two new products for music lovers – the Meizu POP Wireless Earbuds and the Meizu Halo Laser Earphones.Much like the Gear IconX 2018 and the Apple Airpod, the Meizu OP Wireless earbuds are cord-free accessories with water-resistant earbuds body that weighs about 5.8g.The Meizu POP connects via Bluetooth and comes with touch-sensitive controls with which you can answer/reject calls, pause, play, change songs, or even wake the Meizu Voice Assistant on supported devices.The accessory is available only in white color and is packed in a matching case that doubles as a charger which can be recharged via a USB type C port or on a wireless pad.While the white matching case boasts can provide up to 12 hours of battery life via its built-in 7000mAh battery, the earbud itself comes with an in-built 85mAh battery boasting up to 3 hours on a single charge.
Ever since the Chinese masses got wired, regulators have been diligently ensuring that the web is under state control.“Regulation usually arrives when [an industry] grows big in scale and influence,” says Da Lai, an analyst at entertainment research firm EntGroup.While content crackdowns in China are cyclical, “one can be forgiven for thinking that [they] are occurring with increasing frequency,” says Greatfire’s founder, who uses the pseudonym Charlie Smith as his site monitors and challenges the Chinese government’s internet censorship.It has done so, time and again, on the same grounds: the lack of a content license required to legally broadcast online and the proliferation of illegal content.Acquiring this “internet audiovisual program transmission license” used to be relatively easy, with business-as-usual prerequisites like capital and technological capacities.While some penalties may have been warranted, the government has loosely defined what’s “immoral” to give leeway for material that it might consider inappropriate at a later date.
Huawei has commenced the recruitment of EMUI 8.0 Beta testers on Huawei Mate 10 series.The major highlight of this Beta is the addition of support for Telecom VoLTE.Presently, China Mobile has achieved full commercialization of VoLTE, which gives a clearer and more stable voice calls, and video calls using the Internet.However, China Telecom and China Unicom have always been restricted to only small-scale internal tests.Not long ago, China Telecom quietly launched a commercial trial of VoLTE in 10 provinces and cities including Jiangsu, Guangdong, Fujian, Sichuan, Hunan, Anhui, Zhejiang, Hubei, Yunnan, and Shanghai.Users can log on to the telecommunications official website to apply for launch.
There has been a long tussle between Chinese manufacturing giant, Huawei, and the United States government.For long, the company has tried to penetrate the US market but the government has always rebuffed its attempts.Now, reports suggest that the US is no longer part of Huawei’s global strategy.Therefore, Huawei will quickly reduce the scale of US operations and it is expected that it will completely withdraw from the US market by the end of this year.In response to this report, Huawei state that on the development of the U.S. market, nothing is really out of line.Huawei’s response to the reports does not give a definite statement but the company certainly did not deny the news.
Just like every Sunday, here we are in our weekly rendezvous with the most interesting headlines coming out of China.If you think you might have missed any important news then keep reading to find out!The smartphone is allegedly get launched on April 25th with a really interesting set of specs and trendy design.Here you can even check out a set of photos shot with the phone.Meanwhile, if you’re waiting for a new budget device, have a look at the Xiaomi M1803E6E just spotted on TENAA.The Chinese phone giant did indeed unveil the Huawei Honor 10, sporting high-end hardware at a more affordable price tag, compared to the flagship Huawei P20.
The Chinese phone maker did indeed launch three different models: the Meizu 15, 15 Plus and 15 Lite; let’s have a closer look!The most interesting device in the bunch is the Meizu 15 Plus, so let’s start with that.Meizu’s handset comes with a large 5.95-inch AMOLED panel (provided by Samsung) with QHD resolution and a 18:9 aspect ratio.The smartphone is powered by last year’s Samsung flagship SoC, the Exynos 8895, along with 6GB of RAM and 64GB or 128GB of internal storage (no microSD expansion).The phone does indeed come with a 12MP + 20MP camera combo.The primary sensor is 1/2.3″ and has large 1.55 µm pixels, a wide aperture f/1.8 lens and 4-axis optical image stabilization along with EIS for extra stability.
The Lenovo P2 may be an already old device, being released in 2016 the smartphone brought some of the best mid-range specifications for that time.It included the power-efficient 14nm Snapdragon 625 chipset, a 5.5-inch FullHD display, 64GB of Storage and 4GB of RAM.Of course, the most appealing feature introduced by this smartphone, was the massive 5,100mAh battery, that coupled with the SD625 would be able to deliver two days of usage.The Lenovo P2 can be considered a great contender even nowadays, however, if you opt for grabbing one now, you might be plagued by the lack of software support, something that isn’t unusual for Lenovo.The smartphone was originally launched with Android 6.0 Marshmallow and got an official update to Nougat 7.0, however, an update for the latest Android Oreo is something impossible to happen, at least if you’re waiting for officially signed updates.Thankfully custom ROM community has embraced this battery monster, bringing an official release of LineageOS 14.1 and even a LineageOS 15.1 Oreo-based that is ready for a daily usage.
The rumors about the Xiaomi Mi 6X have been growing slowing since the start of this year, however, since the last month, we started to see a new wave of leaks pointing that the smartphone could be very close to see a release.Now, we are just a few days before the official launch of Xiaomi Mi 6X, but even though the leaks wave can’t stop.Today we’ve got in our hands – courtesy of the slashleaks folks – a new picture showing the retail box for the Xiaomi Mi 6X.The box itself doesn’t reveal appearance or show a glimpse of the smartphone, however, it gives some details about the specifications, including some surprising news.Previous leaks pointed that the Mi 6X would feature a Snapdragon 626 Octa-core, that is a successor for the Xiaomi’s favorite Snapdragon 625 SoC.However, this new leak, comes to differ, inserting the powerful Kyro Snapdragon 660 as Mi 6X core processing power.
A mystery Xiaomi smartphone resembling the Mi 6X passed TENAA.And according to XDA, the handset is the Xiaomi Redmi S2.The publication stated that the certification code (M1803E6E) on TENAA matches the one in their firmware files.Moreover, the TENAA listing also reported specs that match those found by XDA in the firmware.The TENAA photos show a handset that is almost a copy of the Mi 6X.There is a slight difference in the design of the antenna lines, but besides that, everything is the same.
Today’s the day Meizu completes its 15 years and they’ll be celebrating it with a special launch event in China.The Meizu 15 will commemorate more than a decade of the company’s achievements along with some other products like Flyme 7 and a smart speaker.There have been a number of leaks but we have got some HD renders just today.As often as it happens, many smartphones leak a day ahead of launch, so does the Meizu 15.Looking at the images, the Meizu 15 lines seems to be surprisingly wider than most handsets.It comes with thin bezels and the Touch ID-resembling front button.
Chinese smartphone maker Gionee has been facing a rough financial patch thus year.There has been gossip of its owner being involved in gambling and the company has let go of a sizable chunkof its workforce.However, the company is launching a new range of smartphones in India on April 26.It was expected that the company would shrink its imprint in India due to financial woes.But that doesn’t seem to be the case.David Chang, Global Sales Director, Gionee India said that the company is here to stay.
Many of you readers will know the brand Microwear – a Chinese wearable manufacturer based in China.The company did just launch a promo on a selection of their smart watches over at AliExpress.Let’s learn a bit more about the devices on sale before heading over thereLet’s begin with the Microwear H5, a multi-functional smartwatch that is able to support 4G LTE networks and calls, so you can potentially use it to chat, watch movies or listen to music over the internet.In addition to that, it also features a GPS module, which combined with your favorite map app can allow you to keep track of your position wherever you are.Microwear’s smartwatch comes with a stainless steel watch case and a TPU wrist band.
Wireless charging is a technology that makes charging your smartphone easy and conveniente.The feature has seen a growth after Apple decided to implement it on the iPhone X, which was of course followed by other phone manufacturers, one of them being AllCall.The Chinese company did indeed confirm that their upcoming AllCall MIX2 is going to pack wireless charging and come with a fast charger called F1.The F1 charger will support 10W charging at 5V2A with a charging efficiency of around 90%, it’ll also charge your device 1.5 times faster than conventional wireless chargers and have a range of 8mm so you’ll be able to charge your phone even with a case on.Fast charging is one of the most important features when purchasing a new smartphone.Safety wise, the AllCall F1 comes with built-in over current protection, over heating protection, short circuit protection, and foreign object detection.
Along with thousands of other Chinese companies, CUBOT is also attending the Global Sources Fair currently taking place at the Asia world Expo in Hong Kong.At such event, they brought a flagship that is turning people’s eyes, the Cubot Power with its Mediatek Helio P23, 6000mAh battery, 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage.Here is a short video recapping what Cubot Cubot brought to the show:At the expo, there was a Cubot Power in a blue color variant, but the smartphone will also be available in Black, we can check it out in the photos below:Cubot Power full spec sheet:4G:FDD-Band 1 / 3 / 7 / 8 / 20
The newest big battery BLUBOO S3 piece has entered into the global sales just on April 18th and managed to get quite a customer response.The first 1000 pieces for the promo price of $149.99 got swept out in few hours and orders kept going, so the company decided to bolster the offer with another 1000 discounted pieces sold through the channels of the Banggood e-shop.They have also released a new unboxing and teardown video for the phone on their oficial youtube channel, so the customers can have even more information about the model.It also shows all the bonus gift pack accessories worth $50, which are included in the box for free during the global launch period.It includes stuff like the 12V/2A fast charger, USB Type-C charge cable, 3.5mm headphone adapter, OTG adapter or the 3-in-1 Type-C charging cable usable even for other phones and tablets.The teardown part of the video is focused on showing the 8500 mAh big battery and the assoociated necessary thickness of the phone due to the massive capacity.
Well, we may not have a proper launch date for the OnePlus 6, but here’s a registration page.Amazon India announced today that a pre-launch page will be going live on its portal at 12am tonight.A recent report by Money Control said the launch was on May 18.However, this registration page would suggest it is a lot closer than that.Interested buyers will be able to visit the page and subscribe to it via a ‘Notify Me’ button.Any official updates regarding the OnePlus 6 thereafter will hit their phones right away.
With the Xiaomi Mi 6X set for April 21 unveiling, a new Xiaomi phone appears to be in the works, as indicated by an approval granted by China’s TENAA.Bearing the model number M1803E6E, the device is speculated to either be the next Mi Max or the next generation Redmi.The Redmi is, however, more likely, bearing in mind that the Mi Max series typically come with a larger display and huge battery capacity.As per the listing on TENAA, the device is tipped to come with a 5.99 inches display, with 720p resolutions and the trendy 18:9 aspect ratio.The device is expected to pack an unnamed chipset with an octa-core CPU clocked at up to 2.0GHz, coupled with 2/16GB, 3/32GB, and 4/64GB and storage options.The device when launched will be available in White, Silver, Gray, Black, Gold, Rose Gold, Blue, Red, and Pink color options.
From our last week poll, 35% says they will definitely root their new phones while 31% have already rooted their phones.The last 34% believes that the original device is cool and does not need to be rooted.How much data do you use each month?Do you only use less than 1GB or you are the type that consumes 15GB or more?Personally, I use my monthly data subscription for both work and play (social media).I consume about 15GB each month and this was after I switched to my current Mi Note 2.