Celebrating the release of Xiaomi’s first 4G phone in India, the Redmi 4G, Hugo Barra was interviewed by The Next Web where he shared some interesting info regarding the Lollipop update plans and Android One,
It’s official – the elusive OnePlus One will be hitting India from December 2, exclusively through the local branch of Amazon.
Stricken by a period of lowered profits among increased competition, Samsung is considering a major change to its management to try and solve the problem.
The elusive OnePlus One will hit India in December as an exclusive from Amazon. How OnePlus will implement the invite system remains to be seen.
In light of Xiaomi’s recent conquest of the #1 spot in China, Samsung’s Robert Yi questions the rival’s potential success internationally. Competition!
Cyanogen has announced a deal to bring its customized Android OS to a new Micromax smartphone, a substantial player in the Indian handset market.
Google’s new Nexus 6 smartphone is now available to pre-order from Indian e-commerce retailer Flipkart, with prices starting at Rs. 43,999.
Competition from Xiaomi and Motorola had apparently hurt the success of Android One’s launch in India. Some are predicting greater sales from now on however.
Hugo Barra has detailed some of Xiaomi’s plans for its expansion into India, including new services and a team dedicated to building a long term brand in the country.
Google Hangouts users in India can now make free international calls to numbers in Canada and the United States. Dial away and let us know how it goes.