HTC, the Taiwanese smartphone maker has not really had the best of runs for a while but it a resillient one too. HTC has just announced a dual sim smartphone for the Chinese market. The HTC E1 has a 4.3 inch Super LCD 2 screen which will have a WVGA resolution. The smartphone is expected to reach Indian shores in near future as well seeing the fact that Indians are developing an affinity for dual sim smartphones. It is expected to reach India at a price of around Rs.20,000 and will compete with the Galaxy Grand.
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Updated On 25th April 2013
Samsung Galaxy S4 Review From India Launch Event Here
Updated On 25th March 2013
Samsung Galaxy S4 was unveiled on 14th March 2013 in New York with official roll out with 327 operators across 155 countries starting April 26. Online marketing firm Tradus has started pre-booking of the latest smartphone in Samsung’s Galaxy lineup – the Galaxy S4 in India. “Tradus becomes the first destination to launch pre-booking of S4, effective from March 18, 2013,” said in a release.
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Earlier we reported that Google Play Books Launched in India. Now Google started expanding the collection of books on Google Play for every type of reader. Now you can find books on Google Play store from classic novels to the latest bestsellers, and from Biographies to technology too. There are lots of books available in any imaginable categories. You can read books of Google Play on various devices. And cloud services makes your reading easy.First Apple launched its iTunes in India and now Google also on the same way. That shows that they take India seriously as a market so they are rolling out their all products and services for their Indian customers.
There are more than 5 million books available in every category on Google Play store that makes it the world’s largest selection of online books. You can read books on Google play from your computer, Laptop, Smartphone or Tablet. Whenever you open one of your books, you’ll pick up right where you left off. Google play books are not only available on Android but also iPhone, iPad too. Google offers books in under Rs. 50 and 100 price range too.And if you want to read only latest books then hit the new arrival option in Google Play. And of course you can select books in editors pick too. And if you are a student then you don’t need to go to the library, makes Google Play your own digital library. Because there are many books available of foreign writers and some of the local writers too.Google offers you unlimited storage of books in the digital cloud. So you don’t have to worry about storage.
How to read books on Google play offline
Now if you want to read books from Google play, then it offers you a pretty good option of saving your books offline. All you need is Google Chrome browser on your desktop and follow these easy steps below
>install Google Play books app on your Chrome browser from Chrome Web Store.
>after successfully installing the app
>move your mouse over the cover of books
> find the “Make available offline” checkbox in the pop-up
>book will be downloaded for offline reading
now after that you can read that book without a working internet connection.
One more thing I want to tell you about Google play books is that they don’t come with additional media like CDs and DVDs. Some time you found “DVD included” like thing on a book cover
Micromax reported on its Facebook Page that the shipment of its flagship device Micromax canvas HD has been delayed by 10 working days due to change in customs duty structure. And not only delayed but price of this device is also increased 500/- Rupees. The increase price is not applicable to those customers who have ordered device before Finance Bill announcement. Those customers have to pay old price money of device and those customers who ordered the device after Finance Bill announcement have to pay Rs. 14,499/-. And ‘as a token of gratitude’ Micromax is giving a free carry case for your Canvas HD worth Rs 700 for your patience and trust. And if you don’t want to wait long to deliver the device, you can cancel your order right now. Micromax will return your money shortly.
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According to Datawind website the third generation of Aakash is expected to launch in mid-2013. Some of the specification is given on the Datawind official website but still its not clear that which operating system it is going to support. The specification is still have to be finalized by the NMEICT (National Mission for Education through Information Communication Technology) before end of March 2013. But it is clear that it going to support SIM card. The IIT Madras is working on this project very hard.
This tablet has Cortex 1 GHz processor with 512 MB RAM. There are 4GB internal memory support. The display is capacitive with multi touch. There is VGA front facing camera for video calling. And a G-sensor too. For connectivity there is Wi-Fi support too. And other features are still is not available. We will soon update you more in the future.
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Nokia India has announced the new range of Lumia devices, the lower segment Nokia Windows Phone 8 devices – Nokia Lumia 520 and 720 launched at MWC 2013 in Barcelona. We got a chance to have a pre-launch hands on review of the Lumia series at Indian announcement in New Delhi India. In this article, we bring you exclusive hands on video review of Nokia Lumia 520 and Nokia Lumia 720.
Nokia Lumia 520 Features, Specs and Video Review
Nokia Lumia 520 is powered by a 1 GHz dual core snapdragon processor by Qualcomm. It has a 4 inch IPS display with display resolution of 800×480 pixels. It has 512 MB of RAM, 8 GB Internal memory, supports microSD cards of up to 64 GB. It runs the latest version of Windows Phone OS, the Windows Phone 8. In terms of camera capabilities, it has a 5 Megapixel camera with autofocus but without flash. It can record up to 720p of HD videos at 30fps. It has a battery of 1430 mAh.
It also gets all the features of the Windows Phone 8 OS with special features like Here Maps, Here drive and Here transit from Nokia.
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