Articles By Rohit KVN
Bangalore-based smartphone maker, Karbonn Mobiles, has released a budget Android handset called A+ Duple in India via online stores.
The rumoured Samsung mid-range phablet, which has popped up at various certification websites over this month, has now been spotted at the Bluetooth SIG (Special Interest Group) site.
This week, we saw the release of KitKat OS update on Google affiliated Nexus and Motorola devices. Now a report has surfaced online that the top Android OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer), Samsung is planning to roll out the new OS update to its flagship models January onwards.
Following the success of pre-Diwali "Nokia Lumia Smart Upgrade" offer in late September, Finnish handset maker has now included the company's flagship 41.0-megapixel camera phone Lumia 1020 in buy back scheme ahead of Christmas holidays.
Hours after the 2012 Google smartphone LG Nexus 4 began receiving KitKat update in India, the new Android OS update was also reportedly rolled out to the first generation Nexus 7 in the subcontinent via OTA (Over-The-Air).
Earlier this month, Japanese consumer electronics giant, Sony had listed a handful of 2013 flagship smartphones that are slated to receive the new Android KitKat firmware. Now the company is reportedly planning to release the latest Android update to a slew of mid-range models as well.
Bangalore based firm Karbonn Mobiles, billed as the third biggest handset maker in India, is reportedly releasing the company's first full HD smartphone, dubbed Titanium S7, later this month.
Apple's 2013 flagship tablet PCs, iPad Air and iPad Mini 2 which were rumoured to land in India later this month have been postponed to the first week of December.
HTC's first ever phablet - One Max, which made its global debut just a month ago, is now available in India.
After weeks of rumours, Canadian smartphone maker BlackBerry finally pulled the wraps on the much-anticipated luxury collector's smartphone Porsche Design P'9882.