The Best New Chinese Phones that were released or announced in October 2017, check out our pick for the best 8. You need to check out #4. Let us know what you think of this new phone design by commenting below or voting in the poll. Do you want to see more smartphones like this?
Top Phones - 8GB RAM! - Best of 2017 https://youtu.be/AqYePWJ0o38
Best Cheap Bezel-less Smartphones 2017 - Top 5 https://youtu.be/3OiAqIy4Kbs
Top 6 Best Budget Smartphones to Buy 2017 https://youtu.be/Wd75pjLsBd4
Best Unique Super Phones - Top 5 https://youtu.be/LLSXl11JHUM
Best Flagship Killers 2017 - Top 10 https://youtu.be/2jjbN_Kuyc4
Specs List for the best Chinese Phones of October 2017:
Vivo V7 Plus (incorrectly called X7 Plus in the video) - 5.99” 720x1440 18:9 display, Snapdragon 450, 4GB RAM, 64GB storage + microSD, 16MP rear / 24MP front camera, 3225mAh battery, Android 7.1.2, ~$350USD
Honor 7X - 5.93” 1080x2160 18:9 display, Kirin 659, 4GB RAM, 32/64/128GB storage + microSD, 16MP+2MP rear / 8MP front camera, 3340mAh battery, Android 7.0, ~$300USD
Vivo X20 - 6.01” 1080x2160 18:9 AMOLED, Snapdragon 660, 4GB RAM, 64GB storage + microSD, 12MP+5MP rear / 12MP front camera, 3250mAh battery, Android 7.1.1, ~$450USD
ZTE Axon M - Dual 5.2” 16:9 1080x1920 displays, Snapdragon 821, 4GB RAM, 64GB storage + microSD, 20MP camera, 3180mAh battery, Android 7.1.2, ~$700USD
Nubia Z17 S - 5.2” 1080x1920 16:9 display, Snapdragon 653, 6GB RAM, 64GB storage + microSD, Dual 13MP rear / 16MP+5MP front camera, 3200mAh battery, Android 7.1, ~$350USD
Mi Mix 2 - 5.99” 1080x1920 18:9 display, Snapdragon 835, 6GB/8GB RAM, 64/128/256GB storage, 12MP rear / 5MP front camera, 3400mAh battery, Android 7.1, ~$600USD
Huawei Mate 10 Pro - 6.0” 1080x2160 18:9 display, Kirin 970, 4GB/6GB RAM, 64/128GB storage , 20+12MP rear / 8MP front camera, 4000mAh battery, Android 8.0, ~$900USD
Des Taylor This is my 26th month of using my Huawei Mate 8. Still blazing fast almost as good as brand new. Never once lagged or any software problem. I haven't used a case for more than a year because no matter how I dropped the phone there's no damage. Before Huawei, I used to own Samsung and LG flagships but they both started to slow down after about 7 to 8 months; when they reached the 1.5 year mark they became so slow that I couldn't bare with them and had to get new ones.
That's because of the strict quality control imposed upon them by Apple. When left to their own devices they produce inferior quality products whether it be Electronics, Foodstuffs, Clothing, Vehicles. etc...
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that is not the mainstream chinese smartphone in China. They only sell their copycat in US. Vernee Mix2 is a copycat of Xiaomi Mi MIX 2. In China, the main brands of phones are Huawei, Xiaomi, OPPO, Vivo, ZTE(Nubia), etc.
The spec's listed are for the V7+. The video shown is the V7+. I made a mistake by calling it an X7+ in the video (It should have said V7+). You said "there is no such thing as X7+" so the link was just to prove there is such a thing as X7+. Hope that explains it. Peace.
You’re an idiot. The reason most electronics are made or manufactured in China is because the labor cost is quite cheap. China has a large land. The Western world do not care about poisoning or polluting its land and people, although they do feel bad for its animals.
The iPhone is designed mainly by Apple, meaning research and engineering is done by Apple. Apple uses the Chinese to economically manufacture its products. Apple saves money, and it doesn’t have to pollute Civilization.
Yes iPhones are mostly made in China, I say mostly because its displays are mainly made in Japan by Japan Display and Sharp, and some are still made in South Korea by LG Display, the Touch ID sensor is made in Taiwan by TSMC (Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company) and Xintec. Apple has over 200 suppliers on it's list of suppliers that come from all over the world. But the company itself is US and that's why iPhones are still considered to be US not Chinese (it's where the biggest profits go).