Back in April Sony Mobile had launched the Xperia S in India, which was the company s flagship device for the year 2012, but unfortunately it was missing the latest version of Android. We even pointed it out in our review that this was a major stumbling block. Well, Sony Mobile has come good on its promise of updating the Xperia S to the latest build of Android aka Ice Cream Sandwich.
HTC has launched the One S in India, which runs the latest version of Android, Ice Cream Sandwich and costs Rs 33,590. The device flaunts a slim design with it measuring just 7.8mm and also features a 4.3-inch AMOLED display with a qHD resolution of 960x540 pixels.
Yes, finally Samsung's Jesus android phone has arrived in India. After unveiling the Galaxy S III in London on May 3, today Samsung has released its flagship smartphone for Rs 43,180. Specs wise there are no surprises, the Indian version of the phone is the very same device that was unveiled in London a couple of weeks ago.
Samsung today officially launched the Galaxy Tab 2 310 in India. The 7-inch tablet becomes the first Samsung tablet to run Android 4.0 in India out of the box. The device is available in the market for a MRP of Rs 23,250. The South Korean giant has partnered with Tata DOCOMO for a free 3GB download plan for three months.
We reported that Samsung would launch the Galaxy S III in India on May 31 and is taking pre-orders for its flagship smartphone without revealing its price. However, now we might have a fair idea of the price-point, thanks to Ebay India, where pre-orders are going up.
A couple of days ago we had reported about a low-end HTC device called the Desire C. Today, the existence of the device has more or less been confirmed as the folks at the Mobile Press Blog stumbled upon press images of the device posted by Vodafone Portugal in their May product catalog.
Look what we stumbled upon! Today Huawei was showcasing the unreleased Ascend D quad-core smartphone which the company unveiled at an enterprise event in New Delhi. Huawei has made some bold claims with this device, especially in relation to its in-house SoC, which the company claims to be the fastest on the planet. We go hands-on with the device, read on for more. [nggallery id=157]
So after months of speculation the Samsung Galaxy S III has now been officially unveiled. The device features 4.8-inch Super AMOLED HD display, 8-Megapixel camera with zero shutter lag, 1.4GHz Samsung Exynos 4 Quad processor, 1GB of RAM, 2,100 mAh battery, a MicroSD card slot and it runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. [nggallery id=156]
Later today Samsung will unveil its flagship smartphone for the year 2012 in London. In fact the launch is only six hours away at the time of writing this article. Samsung has done pretty good job of keeping things hidden and till now we yet to see a conclusive leak. But there are few things we expect, read on to find out more.