Someone on the Meizu forums has posted some photos and video of a Meizu Smartphone running on iOS. The validity of the porting has yet been confirmed, but the video may unveil some some clues as to whether it’s genuine. Personally I believe it’s genuine, but check it out and decide for yourself!
Introducing the Umeox Apollo, the Chinese manufacturers latest Android powered device which also happens to gather it’s power from the SUN! Umeox is best known for the V3, a .58cm thick low cost phone which was released at MWC2010. This solar powered android device is the first of it’s kind that actually looks as though it’ll head in to production. I’ve always doubted the practicality of solar powered mobile devices, but this device has swayed my opinion and has me hopeful for the future.
More info about the Umeox Apollo after the jump!
ZTE has unveiled their latest flagship mobile device, the ZTE Skate, at Mobile World Congress 2011 (MWC 2011) in Barcelona. From what we’ve seen and heard so far, ZTE’s latest attempt at a high end mobile device has been somewhat successful. The Skate comes packed with 4.3″ touchscreen and runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread. It has an 800Mhz processor and a 200Mhz GPU, but I’m skeptical as to whether that’s enough power to allow the Skate to be called a “high-end” device. What do you think of the ZTE Skate?
Video and pics after the jump!
One of the latest worthwhile smartphones on it’s way out of Shenzhen is the Apanda A100. Like Meizu did with the M9, Apanda has decided to design a quality phone that can actually compete with popular Android phones like the Samsung Galaxy S. With a 4.3″ capacitive touch-screen and Android 2.3 installed, the A100 is bound to draw some attention as long as the price is right.
More info and pics after the jump!