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These are the 5 best Indian smartphone brands

Many smartphone manufacturers are based in India. Which ones are the best? Let's take a look.
Mitja RutnikMay 25, 2018668 shares
 

Everything you wanted to know about Indus OS, world’s first regional operating system

According to Counterpoint Research, Indus OS is now India's second-most popular smartphone platform with a 6.3 percent market share, behind Android.
Abhishek BaxiNovember 26, 2016692 shares
 

Android One expands from India to include Bangladesh, Nepal, and Sri Lanka

After its launch three months ago in India, the Android One initiative is now coming to Bangladesh, Nepal, and Sri Lanka. Symphony Mobile will launch its first Android One phone - the ...
Gary SimsDecember 22, 20141517 shares
 

Second generation Android One phones to arrive in Q1 2015

Shashin Devsare, Executive Director of Karbonn Mobiles, has confirmed that the company's second generation Android One smartphone will launch in Q1 2015.
Robert TriggsDecember 17, 2014816 shares
 

Android One phones can’t take pictures or save media without a microSD card?

We haven't tested these yet, but the guys at BGR have, and they found a potential flaw in Android One. It seems a microSD card is paramount for these devices' basic functionality!
Edgar CervantesSeptember 15, 2014559 shares
 

First Android One devices are here, program to expand to more countries this year!

Google’s Android One program just made its official debut in India, with the first three devices from local manufacturers Karbonn, Micromax, and Spice set to go on sale today.
Bogdan PetrovanSeptember 15, 20141103 shares
 

Android One smartphones scheduled for a September debut in India

Indian manufacturers Micromax, Karbonn, and Spice are all preparing to launch Android One smartphones this September.
Robert TriggsAugust 26, 20148937 shares
 

Motorola handset sales in India vault past Nokia, cut price for Moto G

Fueled by Moto G sales this year in India, Motorola has overtaken Nokia as fourth largest handset manufacturer. Offer limited time price cut for the Moto G.
Jonathan FeistAugust 4, 2014280 shares
 

First dual-boot Windows Phone and Android smartphone scheduled for this year

Indian phone manufacturer Karbonn Mobiles is planning to release dual-OS devices as early as June, which will run both Windows Phone and Android.
Robert TriggsMarch 3, 2014745 shares
 

Weekly News Roundup #10 – India

This week on the Weekly News Roundup India, we have a few new smartphones, including the LG Optimus G Pro, being released, some app updates, and the introduction of the much-needed ...
Ankit BanerjeeJuly 7, 201387 shares
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