$200 Flagship: Xiaomi Mi4 Overseas Edition reviewed
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Review: Drop 4G support, drop the price, sell, sell, sell

Xiaomi sometimes has a weird way of doing things, and the Mi4 Overseas Edition is just one example of this. The company is selling a crippled version of their Mi4 flagship for peanuts, sans 4G connectivity.

Wafer-thin Cubot X16 reviewed
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Review: 6 millimetres of zinc alloy and glass on a budget

Inexpensive phones have to end up with a cheap feeling finish and unimpressive design? Cubot begs to differ, so the company has rolled out the Cubot X16, an ultrathin mainstream phone with a premium feel, priced at just $150.

Bluboo Xtouch X500 review
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Review: Great on paper, but not in real life

Over the past few months, we witnessed a flood of Asian budget phablets with impressive specs over, but a number of companies are now shifting their attention to compact 5-inch models. The reason is simple: there are just too many phablets out there and smaller 5-inch models are more popular in western markets. 

Supermicro Gaming S5 mid-tower chassis reviewed
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Review: Classy mid-tower chassis from server maker

The Supermicro S5 gaming chassis with its red coloured lines and brushed aluminium front looks classy.

Lenovo ZUK Z1 review
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Review: Heavy Cyanogen artillery

Lenovo’s smartphone strategy can be baffling at times. The Chinese giant acquired Motorola Mobility almost two years ago, and now it seems it will merge its own mobile division with Motorola’s. Lenovo brand phones aren’t even marketed in many big markets, namely Europe and North America.