Samsung will finally show the world what the Galaxy S9 and S9+ will look like at its Galaxy Unpacked event in Barcelona, Spain on February 25. The MWC event is scheduled to start at 6PM CET (or 10.30PM IST) and we already know what Samsung is putting together for its big announcement. However, Samsung could
Samsung launched the highest variant of its flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S8+, in India on June 1. The top-end variant of the Galaxy S8+ comes with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of on-board storage. The smartphone is priced at Rs 74,900 and will be available in Midnight Black color only. The Galaxy S8+ is now available for pre-booking on Flipkart and Samsung India's official website. Samsung has a launch offer for the purchase of the Galaxy S8+, which is a free wireless charger. The pre-booking offer on Flipkart is on till June 9, and the device will start shipping from June 10. Samsung India would be shipping the pre-booked device starting June 7.
Reaffirming its commitment to 'Make in India' after logging $1 billion in revenue in the country last year, Chinese smartphone-maker Xiaomi on Monday announced its second manufacturing unit in partnership with Taiwanese electronics major Foxconn in Andhra Pradesh. With the new manufacturing plant also at Sri City, in Andhra Pradesh, more than 95 percent of Xiaomi's smartphones sold in India will be manufactured in the country.
Asus has launched a new variant of the Zenfone 5 in India called the Zenfone 5 A501. The smartphone is priced at Rs 7,999 and has gone on sale via Asus stores and Flipkart.
Xiaomi is planning to launch an affordable version of the Mi 4. Pegged to be called the E4, the smartphone features all the same specifications as the Mi 4, except for 2GB RAM, instead of the 3GB on the Mi 4.
Chinese smartphone giant Xiaomi has finally come to India and the first device to reach our shores is the flagship Mi 3. Xiaomi is set to turn the Indian market on its head with its strategy of offering smartphones with high-end specs and features at ridiculously low prices.
LG India has got into the festive mood early and has announced a price slash for the LG G4 and the LG G4 Stylus. Effective immediately, the flagship smartphone is now available for Rs 40,000, while the mid-range LG G4 Stylus is priced at Rs 21,000.
Asus is hosting its Zenfestival in India where it will launch three new smartphones, which it previewed last week. The first smartphone among the three is the Zenfone 2 Deluxe, which is priced at Rs 22,999.
Karbonn today launched a new smartphone called the Titanium Mach Five. The smartphone is priced at Rs 5,999, and will be available via Amazon India in silver, champagne and white-blue color variants.
Gionee today launched the Marathon M4 in India. This smartphone is priced at Rs 15,499, and the USP is its massive 5,000mAh battery.
Earlier today, Samsung launched its super-sleek Galaxy A8 in India, priced at Rs 32,500. This new smartphone is a far cry from the other A-series smartphones in terms of design, and is more in tune with Samsung s current flagships. Comparisons will no doubt be made against the recently launched flagship killer OnePlus 2, which offers specifications on par with Samsung s smartphones, yet is far more affordable. We compare the two smartphones on the basis of their specifications and features to see which comes up top.
Samsung today launched its slimmest Galaxy smartphone in India, the Galaxy A8. Priced at Rs 32,500, the smartphone features an all metal body and a fingerprint scanner. India will be the second country where Samsung has launched the smartphone, after launching it in China last month.
Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Grand Prime 4G back in February this year, but it only now that the smartphone has gone on sale in India. The Galaxy Grand Prime 4G is on sale via Samsung s Indian eStore, priced at Rs 11,100. This was first spotted by FoneArena.
If you plan on buying the new OnePlus 2, but have yet to register, the wait is getting longer every minute. The Chinese company today revealed that more than a million buyers are virtually queuing up to buy their latest flagship.
Earlier this week, OnePlus took the wraps off its much-anticipated flagship. With the OnePlus 2 set to go on sale next month, interested buyers are virtually queuing up to try and get their hands on the smartphone.
OnePlus today finally took the wraps off the much-awaited OnePlus 2. The flagship is in line with the various leaks and rumors we have come across and sure looks like a premium upgrade over the OnePlus One. The company didn't reveal the pricing of the smartphone, but did reveal that it will go on sale in select countries, including India, on August 11.
OnePlus has launched the OnePlus 2 with much fanfare today. The price of the smartphone is at Rs 24,999, and it comes with a new fingerprint sensor, USB Type C charging port, the latest 4GB LPDDR4 RAM and Snapdragon 810 processor. While the company claims it to be a 2016 flagship killer, and the Internet is lauding the great specs attached to a lucrative price tag, there are a few things missing on the OnePlus2 that we could not help but notice. While we think it's a great smartphone on paper, these are the some of the important features that users won't get with the OnePlus 2.
OnePlus just launched the OnePlus 2 in India today with the price tag starting at Rs 22,999. The company will make it available on August 11 on Amazon India via the invite model. Additionally, the company is also planning to drop the price of the OnePlus One. General Manager of OnePlus India, Vikas Agarwal, confirmed that the company is working out on the price cut and will announce it soon.
Motorola today launched the Moto G (third-generation) in India, which will go on sale later tonight. The smartphone will be available in two variants, priced at Rs 11,999 for 8GB, and Rs 12,999 for the 16GB variant. While we wait for the sale to begin, here s a look at Motorola s new mid-range smartphone from all possible angles.