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/-
Choosing a right smartphone that not only suits your needs but also comes in your price range can be a little demanding considering the options that you might have in any segment. Today we are going to compare the four phones to help you decide your best pick. These phones are Micromax campus, Zen701 FHD, Gionee ElifeE5 and Gionee ElifeE6. These all have similar specs and features with some unique offerings on all of these phones. We look into these aspects in detail and share with you which phone suits you best.
We also share a detailed comparison video, which is embedded below with detailed benchmarks and features comparison including camera sample comparisons.
HTC has launched HTC One Max in Indian market at the price INR 61,490 featuring a 5.9 inch full HD LCD display along with HTC’s latest UI HTC Sense 5.5 on top of android 4.3 Jelly Beam. There are two internal memory storage option HTC is offering to users that is 16GB and 32GB. The design of the HTC One Max is same as we have seen before on HTC One. But the best thing is it comes with a fingerprint scanner that let you lock and unlock your device using your fingerprints. It makes HTC One Max second device after Apple’s latest iPhone that has a fingerprint scanner. We have to figure out if this scanner can perform well as iPhone’s scanner do. Because we have seen that iPhone’s fingerprint scanner can even recognize the finger of a cat too. HTC is also giving its HTC One Max users 50GB storage of Google Drive free.
Looks like, Huawei is launching successor of its popular smartphones. Earlier, we reported that Huawei launched Ascend P6S which is the successor of its most popular Android smartphone Huawei Ascend P6. Now this time Huawei announced Ascend W2 the successor of its first windows phone Huawei Ascend W. The company said that this device will be available first in China in August and after that in Russia and Netherlands followed by other countries. They said that the device will come India soon, but has not announced the exact date of launching. There is not any word about pricing too. Considering the specifications, this will be entry level Windows Phone that may be compete with Nokia Lumia 520. This is the only second Windows based device from Huawei. This device was showcased back in June at the Mobile Asia Expo 2013, now they officially confirmed it too.