A report from The Times of India claims Microsoft is waiving the Windows Phone license fee for Indian manufacturers in order to get some traction in a smartphone market dominated by Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS.
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
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.
Indian phone maker Lava will reportedly introduce an updated model of the current Xolo Q1000 model. The new model will be named the Q1000S and will feature a faster, 1.5 GHz quad-core CPU.
GizChai reports that Lava Mobiles is all set to unveil their very first Tegra 3 powered Xolo Play Android Smartphone in the Indian market.
Lava Mobiles has launched its newest addition to the quad-core family, the Xolo Q600, which costs only INR 8999 or about $150.
Firefox will be holding a developers’ conference in India in the coming weeks in Goa. The conference will showcase many of the upcoming Firefox OS based devices, some as cheap as $0.