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Samsung has for long been in the buzz to launch a rugged version of the Galaxy S 4 rumored as the Galaxy S 4 Active. It seems like these are not plain rumors as a set of alleged images of Active have been spotted by a tipster at GSMArena. The photos show a Samsung phone which looks quite similar to the Galaxy S 4 from the front, but sports what looks like a metallic, red and black colored frame with bolts on the back.
Samsung today has officially launched the Galaxy Grand Quattro, which seems like the Indian variant of the Galaxy Win Duos phone it launched internationally. In fact, the phone was first spotted selling online as the Galaxy Win for Rs 17,900 in India, and later was revealed as the Galaxy Grand Quattro on Samsung’s own eStore for Rs 18,260. Samsung, however, seems to have changed the name as well as the pricing strategy and has launched it at even a lower price tagged at Rs 17,290.
Wynncom has launched its Android powered Wiz!G41 smartphone in India for Rs 5,499. Specs wise it seems like a low-end smartphone that will compete more with the likes of the Nokia Asha series, than more powerful Android smartphones.
Finnish start-up Jolla has finally unveiled its new smartphone that runs on the MeeGo based Sailfish OS. Currently, there is no clarity on the name given to the device, but design wise it reminds of some of the Nokia Lumia devices out there in the market. It has a user removable back plate that will be available in multiple colors.
Magicon launches the M3 Atom, M39 Savvy and the M2 Elegante Android smartphones with prices starting from Rs 3,250
After launching the UltraSmart Q7 last month, Magicon is back with three new entry-level Android smartphones. Called the Magicon M3 Atom, M39 Savvy and the M2 Elegante, these devices are available on e-commerce sites priced between Rs 3,250 and Rs 4,343.
Xolo launches the X910 for Rs 9,999, features a 4.3-inch display, Intel Atom processor and runs on Android ICS
Last week, we reported about Xolo’s latest Intel-powered Android device, the X910, as being listed on e-commerce sites under a ‘Coming Soon’ badge. The device has been now given a discreet launch and is available online for Rs 9,999.
Xolo to launch A500+ in June for Rs 6,500, will feature a 4-inch display, dual-core processor and run on Android Jelly Bean: Report
A couple of days after the Xolo X910 was spotted online, Lava’s sub-brand seems is close to launching another device called the A500+. Mostly likely to be the successor to the A500, which launched earlier this year, the folks at AndroidNova report that this mid-range Android device will be priced at Rs 6,500.
In the last few months, local players have created their own niche in the smartphone market even in major cities, and Zen Mobile is another upstart that wants to cash in on this trend. The company has launched its latest offering, the Zen Ultrafone 701HD with an impressive set of features for a very decent price of Rs 11,999, to aim not only at the likes of Micromax, but even some other major OEMs. We managed get a review unit and we have gone hands on with it, read on to find out more.
Ever since HTC unveiled the One, it has failed to keep up with the massive demand due to supply issues for its unique camera and the manufacturing process to build the chassis. The Taiwanese company though seems to have solved its supply chain issues and is ramping up its production and will double its capacity from this month onwards, reports FocusTaiwan.
Intel’s new CEO Brian Krzanich, the successor of the Paul Otellini, has admitted that Intel has lagged behind in the smartphone and tablet race, and has also assured that the chipset maker will now be more focused towards this segment by advancing their chipsets technologies. According to a Reuters report, at the annual shareholder meeting held a day back, Krzanich said that under Otellini the company continued to concentrate in the PC processors and totally ignored the proliferating mobile device segment.
ZTE has announced that it will be entering the Indian market and release smartphones and tablet across major states by the end of October this year. For this, the company has tied up with Calyx Telecommunications as their distribution, sales and marketing partner. ZTE will take care of the products and post-sales service parts itself.