Indian owners of the LG Optimus Black have a reason to celebrate! – the official update to Android 4.0 ICS is finally rolling out in the country
The Karbonn Smart A111, a 5-inch dual-SIM smartphone, is now available from online store Flipkart for Rs 10,290.
HCL will be releasing three new budget-friendly tablets in the HCL ME series, the U2, V1, and Y3, priced at Rs 5,999, Rs 7,999, and Rs 11,999 respectively.
The Micromax A89 Ninja, the latest mid-range offering from the company, makes its way to online stores for Rs 6,249.
The latest supersized Android model to be announced in India is called the Spice Stellar Pinnacle Mi-530, and its highlight features include a 5.3-inch qHD screen, dual-SIM support, and a 5-megapixel front facing camera.
Intel is officially looking to become serious about Android with the high-end Clover Trail+ CPU we’ve only seen inside the Lenovo K900 so far, but that doesn’t mean its entry-level focus is completely off.
The Samsung Galaxy Grand Duos has been announced in India for a whopping Rs 21,500. Is it worth the high price tag? Let’s take a look!
It looks like the HTC Butterfly is heading its way to India later this month for the stunningly high price of INR 44,000 (about $815), making it the most expensive Android smartphone available in India
The Android-powered Iconia B1 is reportedly set to arrive in India before the end of January. But instead of being called the Iconia B1, it will be called simply Iconia B, and priced at $149.
With the Aakash 2, Datawind and the Indian government hope to put a capable yet highly affordable tablet into the hands of Indian students. The big question is whether or not a $21 tablet will be powerful and practical enough for student use in India.