The Meizu 16S is the latest smartphone from the Chinese manufacturer. This becomes comparatively compact again and solves the problem with the front camera in the classic way. One of the highlights: A 48MP camera.
What are the best smartphones on the Chinese market? Which phones can do it bigger, better, faster – and cheaper? Those are only a few of the questions we’d like to get behind in this category. Ranging from Xiaomi to Leagoo, Doogee, OnePlus and others: If it’s from China and able to make phone calls, we want to write about it!
Bad news for all Huawei fans among us: Due to the US telecommunications emergency, Google is ending its cooperation with Huawei. This means that Huawei smartphones will no longer be provided with Android updates and will no longer be able to access Google services.
OnePlus has introduced two new smartphones this time. The OnePlus 7 Pro is probably the real successor of the 6T. The most striking changes of the 7 Pro include the pop-up camera à la Vivo NEX, the triple camera on the back and a new 90 Hertz display.
Redmi, which as a subsidiary of Xiaomi at least officially act “independently”, will soon release its first flagship smartphone. These rumors have been going on for some time now, and the signs are slowly growing. Does it come with a pop-up camera and does it even appear here as Pocophone F2?
Smartphone manufacturers actually only produce large smartphones with diagonals beyond 6 inches. The Melrose S9 Plus has a completely different appearance, with a 2.45 inch display diagonal it fits in every pocket. But how much “smartphone” can you still get here?
Last year Vivo generated a lot of attention with the Vivo NEX Ultimate. Now they also want to attack the middle class. With the Vivo S1 Pro you position a strong smartphone which offers slightly better specs than the Vivo S1 which was introduced in March.
Like almost every Xiaomi smartphone, it combines the features of different devices. Is this just a reissue of the Mi 6X for Europe this time, or does the Xiaomi Mi 8 Lite deserve more attention than we first suspected?
UMIDIGI changed hands in 2018 and now has a whole new team behind the smartphone development, as with the UMIDIGI F1. Now we are also interested in the new UMIDIGI Power. After a short look at the data sheet it becomes obvious that UMIDIGI only makes slight changes between the current models.
we were able to discover the first gadget of its kind at MWC 2019. The Nubia Alpha (Nubia α) is a fully functional smart phone with a flexible touch screen in a wristband.
UMIDIGI is trying to rehabilitate itself. The UMIDIGI F1 is the new flagship of the manufacturer with Helio P60 CPU, large battery & NFC!
Huawei wants to continue with the P30 Pro what they started last year with the P20 Pro. So the goal is no less than to deliver the best camera in a smartphone. The question now is whether the rest of the P30 Pro can keep up with the performance of the cameras or whether the actual smartphone is just a minor matter.
At the turn of the year 2019, Xiaomi “separated” from Redmi for marketing reasons and is now establishing Redmi as its own brand. The Redmi Note 7 was the first strike and the second one follows. Soon the Redmi 7, the manufacturer’s low-budget device, awaits us.
The Honor 10 was the flagship of the Huaweis subsidiary with a display diagonal of less than 6 inches and almost enjoyed an exceptional position on the smartphone market. Now there is first information & leaks about the successor, the Honor 20 and the Honor 20 Pro.
In addition to the slider mechanism of the Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 or the two displays of the Vivo NEX Dual Display, the Hole-Punch Display is a popular method of accommodating the front camera. We want to take a closer look at a competitor from China, the Huawei Nova 4.
Nubia has already shown that it thinks and acts progressively with the Nubia Alpha, a relatively innovative Smartwatch. In addition, the gaming smartphone market continues to be attacked and the Nubia Red Magic 3 seems to be the pole position in terms of performance.
The fight against the Notch brought us at least two very interesting smartphone concepts in 2018. Both the Vivo NEX and the Oppo Find X came on the market with a pop-up camera, but in different versions. A mix of both is the new Oppo Reno, with a wedge-shaped pop-up camera.
Xiaomi not only introduced the Xiaomi Mi 9 and the accompanying Battle Angel Edition this year, but also a Special Edition. The Xiaomi Mi 9 SE is once again a highly interesting option for all people who want a “compact” smartphone. A secret tip in Xiaomi’s smartphone squad?
The Honor 8X is – beside the Redmi Note 7 – probably the price performance tip within the range around $200. The biggest plus point compared to the Redmi competition is probably the support of NFC and Google Pay. But can the rest of the 8X also hold its own against the Note 7?
Redmi, Mi, Pocophone and er, er, yeah, Black Shark. Xiaomi’s “sub-brand”, which specializes in gaming smartphones and produced the Xiaomi Black Shark last year, a good design for such a gaming phone, now brings the successor: The Xiaomi Black Shark 2.