Even though there has been no official announcement, the 16GB WiFi-only version of Google Nexus 7 tablet has shown up on the Indian Google Play Store, making this the first time that a Nexus device is officially available in India.
At a press event in Goa today, Xolo, a sub-brand of Lava Mobiles International, launched the Xolo X1000, powered by an 2Ghz Intel Atom Z2480 processor. The device is priced at Rs 19,999 (~$385) and is already available online from Flipkart.
XOLO, a sub-brand of Lava International, has launched the XOLO Q800, the company’s first quad-core smartphone, which also features a 4.5-inch display, smaller than the 5-inch “norm.” Will you be picking on up?
Kenichiro Hibi, MD of Sony India, mentioned during a press conference that the company is aiming for Rs 3,500 crore in sales from its Xperia lineup, and also outlined the various steps the company will be taking to achieve this target.
Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) has decided to partner with Samsung to build its upcoming 4G LTE network. As a part of this joint venture, Samsung will also be releasing $100 4G LTE smartphones in India.