Smartphone

Lava Iris N501 5-Inch Android Phone Launched In India

The homegrown mobile and tablet manufacturer, Lava mobiles came to the rescue of Intel when MNCs like Samsung, Apple and Nokia did not agree to partner with Intel for their mobile processors. The partnership brought out a smartphone which was difficult to compete with, even by the smartphones from the Koreans and the Finns. But then again, you can’t depend entirely on just one smartphone and Lava realizes that very well.

As long as we are talking about realization, we would like to tell you that Lava seems to have realized the importance of the 5 inch phablet segment which is gaining popularity with each passing day and have launched a 5 inch Android phablet named the Iris N501. The phone comes at a price tag of Rs.9,999 and shall compete with the likes of the Micromax Canvas II, Zync Z5 dual core, Intex Aqua 5.0 to name a few and other 5 inch phablets from Indian and Chinese manufacturers which retail at a similar price point.

Lava Iris N501

Zopo Leader Max ZP950 5.7 Inch Phablet With 720p HD Display Launched

Zopo, the leading Chinese mobile company has just made its foray in the Indian smartphone segment and is looking to take on the Indian mobile giants who have taken a huge share of the mobile market in India. Zopo has just launched a 5.7 inch phablet in the market and has priced it at a price point which appears to us is a bit optimistic for a brand which still has not gained a lot of popularity with the Indian consumers.

The smartphone has been priced at Rs.15,999 and can be pre-booked from the company’s Indian website. Zopo Leader Max ZP950 is the name and the 5.7 inch HD display comes with a screen resolution of 1280×720 pixels and is an IPS display which makes it one of the best displays on offer currently in the budget smartphone segment and it has another segment first, it runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean which is not on offer currently in any other smartphone segment.

Zopo 950 Smartphone

Sony Xperia Mobile Phone Prices Cut In India

Sony has just announced the latest crop of their Android flagships which shall hit the shelves by March this year but where does that leave the previous generation of mobiles? At a reduced price to cater to the volume segments. Sony’s Xperia lineup of phones which was known for the good looks and dual core processors in 2012 has just got itself a price cut, which makes them all the more a better deal to buy.

The least priced dual core processor, the Xperia U has received a price cut of Rs.1,000 which makes the least priced dual core offering from Sony an all the more better buy. It now retails for Rs.13,990 down from Rs.14,990 at which it retailed before. The weather proof Xperia Go and their upper mid range device Xperia Sola are now selling for a price of Rs.14,590 and with the Jelly Bean update soon to come by, it is hard to avoid the presence of these phones.

Sony Xperia Mobile Phone Prices Cut

Nokia Lumia 920, 820 And 620 Windows Phone 8 Launched In India– Price and Details

Nokia India has finally launched their flagship Windows Phone 8, the Nokia Lumia 920 and lower spec version Lumia 820 in India on 10th of January 2013 in New Delhi India. These phone comes packed with high performance processor, high quality large display and the features of latest Windows Phone 8 OS which makes it one of the most advanced smartphones in the segment. They competes with the likes of Samsung Galaxy S3, Apple iPhone 5 etc.

Nokia Lumia 920 has been lunched at price of Rs. 38,199 and Lumia 820 is launched at Rs. 27,599 in India which is the official price list. The phones are already on sale on leading e-commerce portals in India and will be available in stores soon. The online stores have listed the price of Rs. 37,000 for Lumia 920 and Rs. 27,000 for Lumia 820. The Lumia 620 will reach stores in February and the prices will be announced later.

Nokia Lumia 920 Launched In India

Samsung Cuts Priced Of Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note, S Duos and Ace Duos Officially In January 2013

On the day of new year’s eve, Samsung Mobiles cut down the prices of few of their galaxy models in India, looks like they wanted Indians to cheer the arrival of 2013 with their new Galaxy smart phones. The Korean smart phone maker has dropped the prices of Samsung Galaxy SIII, Samsung Galaxy Note, Samsung Galaxy S Duos and the Galaxy Ace Duos.

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LG Google Nexus 4 Selling In India At As High As Rs. 35000 or $640 USD

The LG nexus 4 (read as raw power) has been making waves world over due to the sheer processing power it offers at half the price of its competition. It was only correct that the device sold out in minutes wherever it was launched on the Google Play Store. Now there are a very few countries where it was available from Google and the rest have had to deal with the higher pricing at which LG is offering it.

India is one such country but the device even though has not been launched officially in India, is being sold by some online retailers. It first got listed on ebay and it was priced pretty well. The 8GB variant costed around Rs.25,000 and the 16GB variant costed around Rs.28000 on Indian websites when it launched in USA, but later on the prices were increased gradually by the sellers seeing the demand. It still managed to get a sold out notice. And now if you were looking to buy it from elsewhere, it is available but at a higher price.

LG Google Nexus 4 In India