Xolo today launched the Win tablet, its first Windows OS tablet priced at Rs 19,990 in an exclusive retail partnership with Flipkart in India. Announced at the CES earlier this year, the tablet has been launched with a number of offers including buyback discount scheme, which brings its price down by a minimum of Rs 3,000.
Xolo Win, the Indian smartphone vendor s first Windows-powered tablet will be launched tomorrow for Rs 19,990. The tablet was unveiled at CES earlier this year and will be exclusively available on Flipkart.
Xolo today launched the Q1200 smartphone for Rs 13,999 in India. The Q1200 can be pre-booked from various online portals including Snapdeal, which had earlier listed the phone at a higher price of Rs 14,999. The phone will be available starting from June 10.
A couple of new Xolo smartphones called the Q600s and the Q1200 are now available on Snapdeal. These new devices, which are yet to be officially launched, are available on the e-commerce site for Rs 7,499 and Rs 14,999 respectively. It was first spotted by FoneArena.
The Motorola Moto E launched earlier this month, and as expected, it shook the entry-level segment by offering a product and features no other company provided. It was little surprise then that the device sold out within the first 16 hours, and the company is still struggling to keep up with the demand. This success hasn t gone unnoticed by others and local brands have almost immediately responded by launching Android KitKat running smartphones in the same price point. These include the Micromax Unite 2, Lava Iris X1, the recently updated Xolo Q1000 Opus, and the Micromax Canvas Engage.
Xolo today announced that the Q1000 Opus has been updated to Android KitKat, making it the Indian smartphone vendor s first device to run on the latest Android version. Xolo has further mentioned that other devices in Q lineup including the Q700S, Q1010i, Q1010 and the Q3000 too will be updated to KitKat by next month.
Xolo has announced a new device called the Q900T. This new mid-range device is the successor to the Q900, which was launched in October last year. Xolo has priced the device at Rs 11,999, but there is currently no word on when it will officially launch the device.
Xolo has discreetly launched the Q1010i smartphone, which is the successor of the company s previously launched Q1010 smartphone, and comes with a better camera sensor and a higher internal memory size. The smartphone is listed on the company s website and is priced for Rs 13,499.
Xolo has added yet another device in its 500-series called the A510S. This new mid-range device seems to be the successor to the A500S, which was launched in August last year, and is priced at Rs 7,499.
Domestic handset players Lava and Karbonn will launch Windows-based smartphones in the coming few months. Karbonn's Windows phones will be in the price range of Rs 6,000-12,000. Lava's price starts with Rs 6,500.
This could turn out to be huge year for Microsoft. After announcing an update for Windows 8.1 and the imminent debut of Facebook Messenger on the Windows Phone platform, The Redmond-based company also unveiled a host of new hardware partners who will manufacture smartphones running on the company's OS.
Xolo it seems is all set to launch the Q1010 smartphone, which is now available online for Rs 12,990. First spotted by FoneArena, this is the company's mid-range phone with a 720p display and a quad-core processor.
At the start of last year, Xolo launched the A500 and followed it up with two variants called A500S and the A500L. Now the Indian smartphone vendor has launched yet another variant called the A500 Club priced at Rs 7,099.
Xolo today launched another smartphone in its Q series called the Q700S. This mid-range device is the successor to the Q700 launched last year and is priced at Rs 9,999.
Xolo has showcased its first ever Windows tablet named as the Win at CES 2014, after Micromax made a surprise entry at the event and announced its Windows as well as Android running duel-boot tablet. The Indian mobile company has announced that this 10.1-inch, Windows 8 running and AMD chipset powered tablet will be available in India towards the end of January.
Indian smartphone vendor Xolo today announced its partnership with English Premier League club Liverpool FC. Xolo is now Liverpool FC s regional partner in India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Nepal and this partnership will last till May 2016.
After being spotted online late last month, Xolo has finally launched the Q3000 in India. The 5.7-inch phablet with a 1080p display has been launched in the country for Rs 20,999 and it is available at retail stores and online commerce sites across the country.
With only a couple of hours to the official launch, Xolo has started accepting pre-orders for the Play Tegra Note tablet. Clicking on the pre-book tab on Xolo s official website takes you to Flipkart, wherein the tablet is up for pre-orders for Rs 17,999.
Xolo is all set to launch its 4G LTE smartphone in partnership with Airtel for its 4G LTE service in India soon, Xolo s business head, Sunil Raina told BGR India. The phone will, most probably, be launched on the same day when Airtel announces its voice calling over 4G LTE service on smartphones, which is likely to happen sometime in the coming week.