Motorola has begun soak testing its Android Lollipop update for the Moto Maxx in Brazil and Mexico and for the Moto E in Brazil and India today.
Today, Facebook and Reliance Communications have launched the Internet.org app in India, bringing free basic mobile internet to a huge group of new users.
Samsung has begun rolling out an Android 5.0.1 Lollipop update for the Galaxy S4 (GT-I9500) in India today, two weeks after the update appeared in Russia.
Featuring entry-level specs and a return to plastic, the Galaxy J1 will release in India tomorrow and retail for the equivalent of just $115. Interested?
The Xiaomi Mi 4 went on sale in India earlier today, but Flipkart sold out of its 25,000 handsets in just 15 seconds.
Google India has confirmed that Android Lollipop will be arriving for Android One customers in the country “in the next few weeks”.
Micromax shipped 4.6 million handsets in Q4 2014, according to Canalys, leapfrogging Samsung for the title of India’s leading smartphone vendor.
Having returned to the country just under a year ago, Motorola has now sold 3 million smartphones in India, due in part to the popularity of the Moto G and Moto E.
At an event in New Delhi today, head of international expansion Hugo Barra announced that Xiaomi is bringing the popular 5-inch Mi 4 to the massive Indian market.
Reuters reports that Samsung’s new Z1 Tizen smartphone is receiving a very tepid reception in India, due to its sub par specs and strong competition from Android.