China has a massive smartphone market that is dominated by the world’s two biggest mobile companies, CSC Communications and Huawei.

Many of the world in fact, has an Android phone.

But Chinese consumers don’t have to be that savvy to find the cheap, high-end Android phones.

The following is a look at what the top phones in the country are all about.

The iPhone 8, the next-generation of the popular smartphone, is the most expensive smartphone in the world.

It is estimated to cost over $1,000.

China has many other expensive smartphones too.

One of the most popular is the ZTE ZTE 820, which is rumored to cost $2,000 in China.

The ZTE 710 is the next best-selling phone in the entire world.

However, it is more of a bargain because of its cheaper price.

In addition, the Xiaomi Redmi 4G is the only smartphone in China with a price of $2.20.

That makes the Xiaomi Xiaomi Redline 2G, which costs $1.99 in China, the second most expensive phone in China behind the iPhone 8.

The other top phones are the Xiaomi Mi 6S Plus, the latest version of the Xiaomi M6 smartphone, which sells for $600 in China and $1 a month.

Xiaomi’s Xiaomi Mi 5X is the cheapest phone in its price range.

Other top phones include the Xiaomi A10, a $300 phone with a 5.5-inch display, which runs Android Lollipop; the Xiaomi P10, which has a 6-inch, 1080p display, but costs $700; the Sony Xperia XZ1, which goes for $400; the Huawei P10 with a 6.3-inch screen, which was recently released in China; the OnePlus 5T with a 12.9-inch and 13-megapixel screen, and the Huawei Ascend Mate 7.

What is your favorite smartphone?

Share your thoughts in the comments.