Samsung the pioneer mobile handset manufacturer, launched another Galaxy series handset bundled with content especially for India. Samsung Galaxy S Duos the Dual SIM mid range handset which was launched last year turned out to be a best seller in India after the price drop. Observing the same, Samsung has launched the successor to its best seller budget smartphone – Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2.
Lava International Limited on December 5, 2013 at the India Telecom Exhibition displayed two of it’s budget smartphones which gives one of the best Android experience considering the price point. Indian smartphone market has seen a rapid growth in consumption. India still has a lot more potential which needs to be exploited and it is only possible if these smart devices are made available for the general public at nominal prices.
Recently launched Lenovo P780 is proving to be whole lot more than other Smartphones in mid range. While previously launched K900 and S920 from Lenovo were limited to premium range, this phone is right up the alley for mid range customers. There are some really smart features in this phone which sets it apart from the other similar range phones but the best and most famous is its enormous battery of 4000 mAh, which gives it an edge over all other phones. With a promise to last almost double of what an average Smartphone does, you can leave the worry of carrying around the charger everywhere you go. And that’s not it, there are more things Lenovo p780 is capable of and let’s show you them all.
Google announced the Nexus 5 in India amongst the first wave countries to get the device and was made available on Play Store last month and now we have the Nexus 7 (2013) launched here in India by ASUS. Nexus 7 was listed on Play Store along with Nexus 5 which was shipped by Google itself. The new Nexus 7 as we know packs the brilliant Full HD Display on a 7-inch tablet giving the best of multimedia experience to enjoy.
Apart from this it also packs the Snapdragon chipset, unlike last time when they had Tegra 3 running on the previous version. It comes in WiFi only and WiFi + 3G variant. Build on the same design the new Nexus 7 feels lighter and looks better having the polished looks.
Today, on 5th December 2013 at the Indian Telecom, Union Minister of Communications and Information Technology, Mr. Kapil Sibal launched the Karbonn Titanium X smartphone in India. Karbonn Titanium X which appeared online few days ago without the price is now official which packs the high end features at a decent price point.
Finally a full HD device from Micromax, the Indian mobile company, which has harnessed opportunities ignored by its bigger competitors and has offered low cost devices with reasonably good specifications in the past. This time the company is not taking any chances and has roped in “Hugh Jackman” to endorse their latest nifty device. You can read about their last two devices, the Canvas HD A116 and the Canvas 4 A210 here. In this review about Micromax Canvas Turbo, we are going to give you a detailed review of this smartphone, which is being sold at a price of Rs. 17990/-