The Galaxy S Duos 2 doesn’t feature radically different hardware from the Galaxy S Duos, but its pricing will attract a lot of new customers.
The Ellipsis 7 is the first tablet that is sold with Verizon branding, and will be available from November 7 for $250 outright or $150 on a two-year contract.
Shots of two Lenovo IdeaPad tablets leaked online this weekend, one of which features the same model number as the 10-inch Yoga tablet that was spotted at the FCC last week.
Sony launched its latest flagship, the Xperia Z1, in India on Wednesday. The 5-inch handset will cost $710 (₹44,990) in the country and will be available in stores starting today.
The HTC One Developer Edition, the SIM-free and bootloader unlocked HTC One sold in the U.S., will be skipping Android 4.2 and going straight to 4.3, according to the company’s Global Sales President Jason Mackenzie.
According to HTC France, the 2012 mid-range HTC One S will be missing both Android 4.2 Jelly Bean as well as an update to the new Sense 5 UI.
Lava Mobiles has launched its newest addition to the quad-core family, the Xolo Q600, which costs only INR 8999 or about $150.
A quad-core phone for $170? That ain’t a far-fetched fantasy anymore. Chinese phone maker Gionee launches its newest Smartphone, the CTRL V4. Packing a 4.5-inch display, this Android 4.2 running device is powered by a quad-core SoC and costs only INR 9,999, that’s roughly $170.
The Samsung Galaxy NX is a high-end camera, but then again it’s a high-end phone as well. Think of the new Galaxy device as a confused amalgam of both, hoping to not lose its true identity in the process.
TCL launches the Idol X (S950) quad-core Smartphone that boasts a 5-inch 1080p display with extremely thin bezels and a flat back, all of which costs just $280.
Lenovo has introduced a new female-oriented smartphone called S820 that rocks a snazzy red body with generous curves and a velvet finish. On the inside, the thing is no powerhouse, but it comes with fairly decent mid-range specs.