Category: Mobiles

Huawei to launch Ascend Y200, G300 in India this month

Ascend Y200 G300 150x150 Huawei to launch Ascend Y200, G300 in India this monthThe electronic device manufacturer company from China, Huawei has recently announced that the company will launch two more Ascend series smartphones to India in July.

The new mobile phones are named as Ascend Y200 and Ascend G300 and run on Android operating system. Read more

Micromax launches Swarovski X44 Bling for Rs 3000

Micromax X44 Bling 150x150 Micromax launches Swarovski X44 Bling for Rs 3000The electronic device manufacturer company, Micromax has recently announced the launch of the third iteration of its Bling in India electronic market. The new mobile is available in the market for Rs 3000.

The new Micromax X44 Bling is a dual-SIM phone is made using Swarovski ‘Zirconia’ diamonds.

However, the earlier two models launched by the company were named as the original Bling and the Bling 2, which runs on Android OS. Read more

Micromax launches Android Superfone A80 Infinity for Rs. 8,490

Micromax launches Superfone A80 Infinity 150x150 Micromax launches Android Superfone A80 Infinity for Rs. 8,490In race of Smartphone, Micromax Informatics Limited has landed its latest Superfone A80 Infinity, Android based smartphone in India, adding more features that enhance it performance and enable to compete the crowed and toughest competition in Indian market technology sector.

Added one more Android smartphone in its Superfone series, Micromax said A80 Infinity is a dual-SIM smartphone, more powerful, a humongous 2500mAh Li-ion battery provides 7 hours talk time from a single charge. Read more

Ex-Nokia employees will introduce MeeGo smartphone

MeeGo smartphone 150x150 Ex Nokia employees will introduce MeeGo smartphoneAmid busting crowded market where competition of Smartphone devices is at fire, a Finnish group of ex-Nokia staff plans to land first smartphone later this year.

A Finnish start-up, Jolla of danish, is formed by directors and core professionals from Nokia’s MeeGo N9 organisation and also MeeGo enthusiasts.

Report said, the newest Lenux based MeeGo smartphone will run MeeGo software, created by Nokia and Intel in 2010-2011, will be use in netbooks and car infotainment systems. Read more


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