Nokia has sort of confirmed that it will be launching a new Lumia smartphone with a 41-megapixel PureView sensor at its NYC event on July 11. The Finnish smartphone vendor today is teasing the phone with a new post on its Conversations blog headlined “41 million reasons to zoom in…” indicating the sensor’s pixel count. The July 11 New York City press event will be viewable on Lumia smartphones and the webcast will begin 11AM EDT. (more…)Google+
Apple has brought back the 16GB variant of the iPhone 4 in India for Rs 31,800. This was first reported by NDTV Gadgets, but BGR India has been able to independently verify the same. (more…)Google+
Last year when Microsoft announced the Surface RT last year it was believed to be a tad underpowered running the Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core chipset. In fact, this turned out to be true, as the Surface RT developed a reputation to be a rather laggy and the Tegra 3 chipset was known to get overheated and deliver poor battery. Now, a Bloomberg report suggests that Microsoft is working on a model of the Surface RT powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chipset, which means this model will be far from underpowered. ...
HTC Butterfly S announced, comes with UltraPixel camera, 1080p display and 1.9GHz Snapdragon 600 processor
After a lot of rumors and conjecture, HTC has announced the Butterfly S at an event in Taiwan which will be the successor to the HTC Butterfly, Engadget reports. The new device borrows a lot of technology from, the critically acclaimed HTC One including the front facing BoomSound stereo speakers, but it is packaged in an easier to build plastic chassis like the original. (more…)Google+
Huawei finally launched its Ascend Mate 6.1-inch phablet in India today, and on paper, it has a lot going for it as it has the specs and it has a cracker of a price of Rs 24,900 to back it up. Having said that, it will compete with the mighty Samsung Galaxy Mega, which basically is the most recognisable brand in India, which could make things difficult for Huawei even in the niche 6-inch phablet segment. We went hands on with it to see if it matches up to the Galaxy Mega 6.3. Read on for our first impressions...
Today, Sony launched its latest 4K TVs in India, the Bravia X-series which now offers an 4K experience at smaller 65-inch and 55-inch sizes and more importantly both the TVs are more affordable at Rs 4,04,900 and Rs 3,04,900 respectively. Undoubtedly, 4K resolution automatically means, incredible picture quality, but there is also the question of the content being available, and Sony believes that it can solve that problem too. A couple of days before the launch we were lucky enough to get a very detailed dem...
Whenever one talks about 4K televisions, there are two problems – the price and the content and also in some cases the size. Well, with its new Bravia X-series 4K TVs, Sony is trying to tackle all these problems. The new 4K TVs have been launched in India for rather affordable prices of Rs 4,04,900 and Rs 3,04,900 and are offered in 65-inch and 55-inch variants which obviously helps in driving down prices. Earlier we had seen 4K TVs launched in the country that were in excess of Rs 15 lakh and were bigg...
While Samsung has already announced its Galaxy Tab 3 8.0, TechTastic has leaked images of a version of the Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 which has a dual-tone finish. The images suggest the tablet will have a white home button, a white band, while the rest of the casing will remain black. (more…)Google+
Samsung to launch modified version of the Galaxy S4 which will be the first advanced-LTE smartphone in the world: Reuters
Samsung has been on a roll with its Galaxy range of smartphones. In fact on the 20th it is expected to launch a slew of new Galaxy and ATIV branded devices, but this seems to be the tip of the iceberg. A Reuters report, quotes Samsung’s co-CEO JK Shin, who says that the company will launch a modified version of its flagship, the Galaxy S4, which will become the world’s first advanced-LTE smartphone. (more…)Google+
Apple is expected to launch the next iPad sometime later this year, but it seems that photos of prototypes are already leaking. Photos have surfaced on chinese social network Sina Weibo suggesting that the next iPad will have a design similar to the iPad mini. This means it will also be thinner and will have a slimmer bezel. This was first spotted by PhoneArena. Notably, the rear camera placement seems different from the iPad mini. (more…)Google+
For the past few months there has been a lot of noise about the HTC One mini, but quite discretely, it appears another HTC smartphone, the Desire 200, has leaked on the Internet courtesy Vietnamese site GioidiDong. The site has posted a video of the Android powered smartphone, which looks quite similar to the HTC One in terms of industrial design but is much smaller. (more…)Google+
Apple announces Back to College program in India, offers Rs 12,000 off on MacBook Pro for college students
If you are a college student, then this is the time to purchase a MacBook Pro as Apple is offering massive discounts. As it always does before the beginning of the college season, Apple is offering a discount of Rs 12,000 on the MacBook Pro for students in India. This means the MacBook Pro range now starts from Rs 69,900. (more…)Google+