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Samsung looks to be preparing for the launch of the Galaxy Mega 2, a 6-inch smartphone with a 64-bit Snapdragon 410 processor. The device has already been approved for China Mobile, and its official unveiling is expected soon.


Lenovo has increased it mid-range line up by introducing the A628T, which is effectively scaled-down variant of its 2013 flagship smartphone, the A850. According to the Chinese multinational company, the handset will launch just in time for Valentine’s Day anodized in a ‘glossy red’ colorway and will be a China Mobile exclusive.

Sony Xperia Blog

Today, Sony has officially announced that its latest flagship Android smartphone, the Xperia Z1, will be available to purchase on China’s largest nationwide operator, China Mobile, before the end of the month. sporting some pretty major design differences when compared to its International counterpart, however, it still packs much the same beefy internals apart from the built-in storage which is 32GB as opposed to 16GB on the global version.


While the iPhone has been slowly making its way to carriers all over the world since its release in 2007, there are still a number of major operators that are yet to offer it. One of those is China Mobile, the world’s largest carrier with over 800 million subscribers; and another is DoCoMo, a Japanese carrier that serves almost half of the country’s mobile market.

But DoCoMo isn’t at all concerned, even though it’s losing customers to other carriers that do offer Apple’s device. A company executive has acknowledged that the iPhone is an “attractive” device, but points out that it also comes with some disadvantages, and insists that the latest Android-powered offerings are just as good.


Samsung’s recent success in the smartphone market with devices like the Galaxy S II, the Galaxy S III, and the Galaxy Note family have helped the company grab market share by the bucketload, and with that comes heaps of cash.

The Korean electronic giant now has almost $40 billion in cash and cash reserves, which, after taking away its debt, equals 31.2 trillion won ($28.5 billion) in cash stockpiled for a rainy day.

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