Despite a decline in India’s currency, Apple is reportedly keeping the prices of the iPhone and iPad steady in the country, in turn reducing the margin it usually keeps on all its devices.
You can’t close in on the once undisputed leader of a smartphone market as large and important as India by releasing one new product every six months, so Micromax enriching its Canvas line-up is probably not surprising news.
After spectacularly leaping to number two in Indian smartphone sales and even closing in on Samsung, the market’s leader, we’re sad to inform you Micromax looks unable or unwilling to further step its game up.
Whatever you might say about Bitcoin, the virtual currency certainly is getting a lot of attention from governments across the world. Last week, a federal judge from the state of Texas ruled that Bitcoin is a legitimate currency. Today, the Reserve Bank of India, India’s central banking institution, has said in a statement that it
Dual SIM phones are common in both China and India, but the latter doesn’t usually get dual SIM variants of flagship phones. That’s changing with the HTC One though, as its dual SIM variant has been quietly launched in India.
Nokia is reportedly planning on launching the Lumia 925 and Lumia 625, its newest Windows Phone smartphones not counting the 41-megapixel Lumia 1020, in India by the end of August.
Xolo A500S breaks cover: a stylish 4-incher with Android 4.2, dual-core speed and Rs. 7,000 price tag
Seeing as the majority of today’s budget-friendly smartphones in India are, let’s face it, fugly and chunky, it’s a big breath of fresh air to be able to welcome the Lava Xolo A500S. This fellow is terribly uninspired in the hardware department, but it saves face with up to date software and most of all
SmartNamo is an Android OEM that practically came out of nowhere a couple of months ago, announcing a fairly intriguing 5-inch smartphone dedicated to a very controversial political figure in India, Narendra Modi, the current Chief Minister of Gujarat (nicknamed the “Iron Man” of modern India).
The Indian army spent roughly six months watching and documenting what they thought were two Chinese spy drones, but were actually the planets Jupiter and Venus.
Despite ranking fourth in global mobile phone sales for 2012, China-based ZTE has always suffered due to its inability of making headway in key markets. Namely, the company was completely absent from India and was still viewed as a second-tier OEM in many European countries, as well as the US.
Since they’ve never been Samsung’s main focus, the company’s Galaxy Tabs have garnered very little attention over the past few years. The newest family members seem to not be an exception to the rule, although they don’t look so very bad and they’re quickly expanding their availability.
Just when we thought the Indian battle for smartphone supremacy couldn’t get any more heated, Lava has made the Xolo Play T1000 available. Only for pre-orders at this time, but shipping is to get underway later this week.
After failing to gain a foothold in the European smartphone décor, Panasonic has been forced to take a step back, regroup and focus once again solely on the friendlier Asian environment. The Japanese don’t seem keen to win the high-end battle around those parts either, instead unveiling mostly budget devices.
After ruling the Indian smartphone market for several years in a row, Micromax seems to have dropped the ball with the modestly specced and overpriced Canvas 4. Luckily for our Indian friends, we have options.
After keeping Indian mobile tech aficionados on their toes for several months in a row with what can only be described as very crafty marketing, Micromax has finally made the Canvas 4 smartphone official. You know, with full specs, pricing details and the whole shebang.
Since the Galaxy S4 is the current star of Samsung’s Android line-up and Note 3’s launch is around the corner, it’s a little weird to see a GNote 2 clone being launched only now. But hey, some phones are just like wines, getting better with age, so we shouldn’t mind.
The Asian market for Full HD smartphones with incredibly low prices is as crowded as it is competitive nowadays, but there’s still plenty of room for newcomers. Like iBerry’s Auxus Nuclea N1, an impressive looking handheld that will be up for Indian pre-orders in just nine short days.
India will get yet another iteration of the mega-flop Akash tablet. With the counter at IV now, will the country finally have a decent tablet that actually helps with our productivity? Akash Tablet III