Umi X2 Full HD Quad Core Android Smartphone Launched At Rs.14,000

Tired of the Out Of Stock message getting displayed on your screen everytime you try ordering the Micromax A116 Canvas HD? Well, here’s what you can do. Buy yourself a Umi X2 which offers everything better than the A116 and in some areas, makes it feel a bit overpriced. Umi, a Chinese electronics manufacturer which also supplied mobile phone parts to Indian manufacturers, has just launched the Umi X2 in the Indian market and the device’s spec sheet will set your heartbeat racing.

The Umi X2 comes with a 5 inch IPS panel screen which has a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels and in common term, is a Full HD display whereas the Micromax flagship offers you a 720p display. It will come with a pixel density of 441 ppi and that is precisely what HTC offers on their Butterfly. It will have a Gorilla Glass 2 coating to ensure it survives the accidental falls and does not feel cheap.

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LG Optimus G E975 Video Review, Price, Features and Details

We brought to you the story of LG Optimus G being available on an online retailers and today LG has officially unveiled the LG Optimus G in the country at a launch event which was held in the financial capital of the nation, Mumbai. But the launch price is nowhere near the pre-release price and the official price tag the Optimus G will come with Rs.34,500.

The LG Optimus G has come quite late to India compared to the rest of the world but the specs are by no means those of the yesteryear. The LG Optimus G will come with a 4.7-inch HD IPS Plus screen which will have a resolution of 1280 x 768 pixels. It will run on Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean and seeing that is the company’s flagship in the country, they should surely upgrade it to Android 4.2.2 as soon as possible.

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BlackBerry Q10 Launch In April- Feature And Details

Blackberry Z10 was just launched in the country and along with it, the people started wondering as to when will its sibling, the Q10 join the ranks. The Q10 runs on Blackberry 10 like its sibling but comes with a 3.1 inch touchscreen and a qwerty keyboard as well. Qwerty keyboards have been the strength of Blackberry and the Q10 will hit the Indian brick and mortar stores this April. The Indian launch will come at the time of the global launch so that speaks volumes about the company’s intentions for India.

At the launch event of the Blackberry Z10 in Mumbai, Sunil Dutt, BlackBerry India’s managing director stated that the Q10 will be launched in India by April and will join the Z10. Along with these two high end smartphones, Blackberry will also launch a host of Blackberry 7 OS running devices to cater to the lower ends of the smartphone market. On the other hand, the Blackberry 10 OS powered smartphones will be locking horns with Android, iOS and Windows Phone flagships.

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Sony Xperial Z Android Tablet Launched At MWC 2013- Details

Sony was the centre of attraction at the CES 2013 and it made sure it did not get left out at the MWC 2013 as well. With most of the companies not showing their flagships at the MWC, Sony went on to showcase what they had with them in the tablet department. Sony unveiled the Xperia tablet Z and it will be the company’s flagship tablet from now on. And yes, it borrows a lot of things from the smartphone sibling, the Xperia Z.

Xperia tablet Z is a 10.1 inch tablet and with a thickness of a paltry 6.9mm, Sony believes that this will be the thinnest tablet in the segment. It comes with the OmniBalance design which we saw on the Xperia Z. It will run on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean but would get the 4.2 update as and when it reaches the retail stores. Powering it will be a as Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro asynchronous quad-core processor and it will come with IP55 and IP57 certification making it a water-proof tablet. Now that’s something none of the tablets out there has.

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Asus MeMo Pad 7 Inch Budget Tablet Launched- Video Review, Price and Details

Updated on 27th February 2013

Asus has formally launched the Memo Pad ME172V in India at a price of Rs.9999 only. When it comes to features and specifications, the Memo Pad 7 inch has many similarities to the popular Google Nexus 7 tablet especially in the display size, form factor and build, but these two have major differences when it comes to the processor, memory and hence the performance of these two tablets is quite different. As Memo Google Nexus 7 is already on sale in India at a much premium pricing, Asus has kept the Memo pad at a much affordable price for the price conscious buyers who don’t need top notch processors because of their usage profile on the device. Those who need high performance and quality, can anyway spend more and get the Nexus 7 which has got a faster processor, high resolution display, NFC and Corning glass to name a few extra features over the Memo Pad.

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