Dhingana has partnered with General Mobile (GMobi) to pre-install its Android app on the latter’s one million mobile devices, which will be shipped during the next couple of months. This would mean that the app will now come pre-loaded on Intex, Zen, Hitech, m-Tech and Maxx devices, which are rebranded General Mobiles smartphones in India.
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At a launch event in Delhi, LG today announced its recently unveiled curved display smartphone called the G Flex. The phone has only been showcased for the time being, and will hit stores n February next year priced somewhere between Rs 60,000-65,000.
Celkon Mobiles has launched the C76 feature phone, which comes with support for eight regional languages and is available for Rs 1,899.
Last week, a new smartphone from Gionee called the P3 was spotted online. Today, the company has officially launched the device in India with a price tag of Rs 7,499.
Earlier this weekend, Samsung’s Galaxy S Duos 2 surfaced on the company’s India eStore. Moments ago, the company officially launched the mid-range smartphone for Rs 10,999.
Karbonn has launched its latest quad-core smartphone called the Titanium X. The company had started a teaser campaign on its official website back in November. This smartphone with a full HD display is priced at Rs 18,490 and is available across the country.
After launching the Iris 505 and the 506Q earlier this year, Lava has launched two new devices called the Iris 503 and the 3G 402. The smartphones are priced at Rs 9,999 and Rs 5,499 respectively and both the devices are available on e-commerce sites and retail stores across the country.
Smartphone vendors shipped a total of 12.8 million smartphones in India in Q3, 2013, resulting in a whopping 229 percent year-over-year growth from the same period last year when 3.8 million smartphones were shipped. Smartphone shipments grew 28 percent over the last quarter, according to the IDC’s quarterly mobile phone tracker.
Oppo has announced it will launch the N1 smartphone, which is best known for an innovative rotatable camera, on the December 10 this year. The Chinese vendor has posted a note on its official Google Plus account, which highlights its launch price to be $599 in the US and Euro 449 in Europe, translating to approximately Rs 37,200 in India. However, there is no specific information given about its launch or pricing in India.