Intex Mobile, the domestic manufacturer has unveiled a budget smartphone with android, named Intex Aqua i4+, at the price of Rs.7,600 in India. This smartphone would join the league of budgeted phones equipped with dual core in India which is already filled with many phones.
Spice had promised smartphone lovers that it would offer a low budget smartphone at the end of this year when it unveiled its Smart Flo 5X mobile early this month. Those who were expecting this pocket friendly mobile phone would be highly pleased as the Indian smartphone maker has launched its low-cost Smart Flo Mettle 4X Mi-426 in the country. The gadget is now available at online shopping portals at a price of Rs. 4,299.
If you are an ardent follower of BlackBerry devices, this news might seem obvious to you but it is the first time that the confirmation has been made in a formal manner. BlackBerry was required to file documents with the US Securities and Exchange Commission soon after their Q3 earnings of 2014. The Wall Street Journal reports state that BB had to cancel two of their upcoming devices in order to mitigate the inventory risk that was identified by the brand.
Samsung has launched its Galaxy Grand 2 at an event held at Mumbai, India on Monday, and has revealed that the phone would be available in stores from January 2014. However there is no official confirmation about the price of the phone. Samsung says that Galaxy Grand 2 would be available between Rs. 22,290 and Rs. 24,990.
Xolo has launched Xolo Play Tegra Note, its fastest 7 inch Android tablet which is powered by Nvidia Tegra 4, in Indian market. This newest tablet is priced at Rs.17,999 and is available for sale in all leading online and retail stores.
Vivo, the Chinese manufacturer has launched Xplay 3S, the world’s first smartphone equipped with 2K resolution or 2560 X 1440 p. This phone’s screen has lots of pixels than the present ones with 1080 p displays which would offer text, images, videos etc. with utmost sharpness and clarity.
Micromax and the telecom service provider MTS have partnered together to launch Canvas Blaze, a Smartphone on a budget in India. This handset arrives with free mobile data of 2 GB, Snapdragon processor, free talk time of 1000 minutes on MTS to MTS, free local calls of 120 minutes and STD calls using other networks for an initial period of 6 months. This latest smartphone model exhibits dual SIM function and is priced at 10,999.
Kaspersky Labs always have the habit of updating the world about how and where online hackers and other criminal sources try to target people using the internet. This Russian Company has now revealed a new report that states how hackers lure the online gamers by using a malware that is tailor made to suit their demographic. The report states that gamers who use the PC to play games across the world have faced numerous attacks in 2013 and in India, over 2,07,245 have been attacked.
Datawind, which offered ultra cheap tablets under the name “Aakash”, has now made its foray into the smartphone segment. Datawind on Thursday launched three phablets that fall under the low priced range and are offered under the latest brand name known as PocketSurfer.
Social networking giant Facebook is reportedly in early stage discussions to acquire an Indian app monitoring solutions startup. As per the sources, Facebook is ready to make a splash in the country with the acquisition of Bengaluru-based Little Eye Software Labs Pvt Ltd.