Sony India officially launched the Sony Xperia SP in the country today. The mid-range smartphone will be available mid-April and will be priced at Rs 27,490
With the imminent arrival of the HTC One, the prices of the company’s 2012 flagship devices, the HTC One X and the One X+, have been slashed.
We’ve known for a while America is to get the Galaxy S4 by the end of the month, as are many European countries, including the UK. What we didn’t know is that the 5-incher will hit the ground running in India too before May.
HTC India officially announced the launch of the its HTC One flagship smartphone. The device will be priced at Rs 42,900, and will be available from the end of this month.
The LG Optimus L7 II Dual and the LG Optimus L3 II Dual have shown up on the official LG India website, priced at Rs 18,650 and Rs 8,800 respectively.
Smartphones are not usually like wines, getting better with age, but there is the occasional Android gem that can at least keep up with the times and stay hip for more than 12 months.
Two other Google Nexus 7 models are now available in India, the 32GB Wi-Fi and 3G versions. This comes just over a week after the 16GB Wi-Fi-only version was released.
A recent report released by Cyber Media Research India shows that Samsung dominated the smartphone market scene in India in 2012 with over 40% share of the market.
Recently Google Play Books arrived to both India and Mexico. Now Google is back at it again, this time bringing Google Play movies to both countries.
Datawind released an update on the current status of shipments of the Aakash 2 tablets, while also releasing information about the Aakash 3 tablet.