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Wine Makers/Drunks Develop The MOPS Android Gaming Phone

The development of Android as a mobile gaming OS has been on the up and up, which I’m happy about. Until now though, I’d never seen a supposedly dedicated gaming Android phone that actually had an potential. Well it seems that developers just needed a bit of assistance from our good buddy alcohol to come up with a brilliant design.

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Shanzhai Samsung Nexus S To Be Released

For those serious Android and Google fans out there like myself, there’s really only one option when buying a new phone, and that’s Google’s own Samsung Nexus S. If you’ve been following Gadgets Republic a while you’ll have seen me profess my obsession with Anroid, but I never mentioned that I personally own the Samsung Nexus S. If I were allowed to use only one word to describe my feelings for the device, it would be LOVE. Shanzhai developers have finally gotten around to making a knockoff, but the question remains….have they done the original justice?

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China’s First Augmented Reality App, Senscape, Hits China

China’s just taken their first step in the world of AR (Augement Reality) with the introduction of Senscape’s mobile AR App. The guys over at TechNode recently had the chance to interview the minds behind this awesome development.

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Meizu M9II Photo Released, Officially Renamed The Meizu MX

Jack Wong, CEO of Meizu, has released a teaser photo of the long anticipated Meizu M9II which has now been renamed to the Meizu MX. MX is apparently short for “Meng Xiang” (梦想) which means “Dream” in English. Mr. Wong also announced that the 16GB MX will have a price tag of RMB3580 (~US$ 550), a massive increase over the original M9′s RMB2,699 (~US$ 413) price tag. You can chalk that up to some pretty great specs, some of which have already been released.

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Apanda A100 Specs Page Updated, Release Imminent?

A little while back we gave you a sneak peak at the Apanda A100, a 4.3-inch Android 2.3 Gingerbread smartphone. There was a rumor that the A100 would release at the end of March, but it’s already a couple weeks in to April and there’s been no word from the company. Recently the company has updated the specs page on their website which got us thinking. Does this update signal an imminent release?

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Gooapple Phone Now Available For Pre-Order

The Gooapple G22 Phone, otherwise known as the Spawn of Satan, has been priced and is now available for pre-order. The phone actually looks pretty sweet in the hands-on video we saw before, even though it’s an iPhone 4 clone. As a pre-order special, the G22 is priced at RMB999 (US$ 152), but that will jump to 1500RMB (US$ 230) once the pre-order stock is sold out.

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iPad 2 Gets Certified in China, Due to Release Within a Month!

The iPad is already being sold “illegally” at grey markets throughout China since it’s release in early March, but for a massive premium. With the popularity of Apple growing exponentially in China, I wouldn’t be surprised if the release of the iPad 2 here turns out to be somewhat like the original iPad release or iPhone 4 release.

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BEON TS007 4.3-inch Android Smartphone Hands-On Video

A little while ago we introduced you to the Apanda A100, a 4.3-inch Android device from the heart of Shenzhen. We’ve been hard pressed to find any other decent 4.3-inch Shanzhai smartphones, until now. Introducing the BEON TS007, a 4.3-inch smarthphone bears absolutely no resemblance to an iPhone, THANK GOD!

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Introducing the Gooapple G22: The Unholy Spawn of Google and Apple (Video)

We’ve seen plenty of Shanzhai gimmicks over the years but this is by far the most disturbing yet. It’s the Gooapple phone, and it’s basically the spawn of Satan’s attempt at creating a phone. As a pretty serious Android fan I’m feeling a bit quezy looking at the combination of both my favorite and most despised tech icons (although that could just be lunch). The designers didn’t put much thought into what my feelings would be on the phone’s branding, but they have actually put some thought in to it’s specs. At the end of the day though, the best thing about the G22 is it’s mind blowing boot up intro.

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Shameless Chinese Knockoff of Plants vs. Zombies Game

Recently a Chinese company showed off their version of PopCap’s Plants vs. Zombies game in Guangzhou China. It was uniquely named Plants vs. Zombies. That’s right, not only have they completely ripped off the game concept and design, but they were too lazy to even come up with a new name. What is this world coming to!? The Chinese love to take popular games and make them their own, as they did with the Angry Birds carnival stall back in January, but this is 100% straight shameless plagiarism.

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