Samsung Note 8.0 With S-Pen Launch At MWC 2013– Details

Samsung is planning for yet another addition to its NOTE series line up, that is the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 GT-N5100. According to the exclusive leaks by Sammobile, Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 will be a 8.0-inch tablet alike its predecessor Note 10.1 with HD display and S Pen stylus.

Sammobile has also reported that this 8.0-inch tablet is codenamed Kona and will feature 8-inch Super Clear LCD display with 1280×800 pixel resolution. It is also expected to house a quad-core Samsung Exynos 4 Quad 4412 mobile processor paired with 2 GB RAM. Samsung will offer Galaxy Note 8.0 in two models – WiFi Only (GT-N5110) and WiFi+3G (GT-N5100). This tablet will measure 7.95 mm and weigh about 330 grams – almost as much as the iPad Mini.

Samsung Note 8.0 With S-Pen

Micromax A30 Smrty Dual SIM Phone Launched Under Rs. 4000

Micromax the Indian device manufacturer has added one more budget smart phone to their android lineup, the Micromax Smarty A30 which is priced at ₹3999 from the online retailer Flipkart. The A30 Smarty 3.0 sports a 3-inch TFT capacitive touch display and runs on a 832MHz Broadcom Processor with 256MB RAM and 512MB of internal memory with external storage expansion options up to 32GB via microSD card. It comes with a 2-megapixel rear camera with LED flash.

Spice Dual SIM Budget Android Phone Mi 352 Launched At Rs. 4634

Spice Mobiles have been manufacturing a lot of budget devices considering the needs and mentality of the Indian Market. Therefore they have launched yet another budget Android smart phone called the Spice Mi 352 with a price tag of Rs. 4,634. It features a dual SIM standby running on Android v2.3 that is Gingerbread and powered by a 1GHz Snapdragon processor and has 256MB of RAM. Other than this, Mi 352 also features a 3.5-inch capacitive touch display with 480 x 320 pixels resolution, 3MP rear camera, built-in 512MB storage, expandable storage up to 16GB and 1300mAh battery.

Spice Dual SIM Budget Android Phone Mi 352

HCL ME Y3 7-Inch Android Tablet Launched– Features And Price

The Indian tablet market is seeing new entrants each day in the budget segment and there are pretty much a lot of confusing options out there to give you a hard time deciding which one to buy. Also every android powered tablet which is present has similarly specced rivals present in the market and every device needs to have something unique to have an edge over the rest. And the latest entrant to this segment is the HCL ME Y3 tablet.

The USP of the 7 inch tablet is that it is a dual-SIM tablet and does not really have a competition in the dual-SIM arena from a renowned tablet maker but the Lenovo A2107 which is priced at Rs.13,999 whereas the offering from the Indian computing giant retails at Rs.11,999. The tablet will offer the ability to make voice calls from both the SIM cards as well as let you use data packs from both the SIM cards which makes it a compelling buy given that the rates of data packs are seeing new heights in the country.

Lava To Launch 6 Xolo Android Phones Between 3.5 to 5 Inch Screen Size

The Indian smartphone segment is pretty hot right now and according to the announcement we have for you today, things are going to get hotter from here on. The Xolo brand from the stable of Lava mobiles, is all set to launch 6 mobiles in the Indian market by mid-February. We recently brought you the the tory of Lava launching Iris N501 and now this announcement. They seem to be on an announcement spree.

Sunil Raina, business head, Xolo at Lava International has given a statement to our friends at which reads,”In the next 30 days we will be launching five ICS based and one Jelly Bean based handset in the market. They will have mix of Intex, Qualcomm and MediaTek processors with display size varying between 3.5 – 5 inch.” These mobile phones will be priced between Rs7,000-Rs.25,000.

Lava Xolo Phones

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