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April 20, 2014
Lenovo Vibe X Xolo
India's handset market has reached a new stage of development, fuelled by rise of affordable phones and cheaper internet data tariffs. While Indian buyer still crave for low-to mid range Android handsets, despite rise in income levels. At the same
April 20, 2014
Samsung Galaxy s5 Lenovo
Smartphone markets across the world have been evolving in a fastest pace. The technology advancement taking place in the hardware section used in the mobile devices has brought about a tremendous impact in the design and form factor of the finished
April 20, 2014
Smartphones Samsung Micromax
Smartphone adoption in India is witnessing a steady growth and it is set to be the biggest mobile market in the world in coming years. India's smartphone market grew 181% year-over-year in 2013, with shipments of 44 million smartphones, compared to
April 19, 2014
Htc HTC One m9 Optical Zoom Camera
For a professional photographer, it's his DSLR that matters the most over a smartphone any given day. However, HTC's camera expert Symon Whitehorn believes that smartphone photography will massively improve in the next 12-18 months. Now it looks like Taiwan's
April 19, 2014
Gionee Elife e7 Mini Nokia
Another new day, and another new comparison is on the cards. And with a host of smartphones currently in the market with different offerings at a host of different prices, it seems like comparisons will be coming in thick and fast
April 19, 2014
Lava Iris 50q Plus Smartphones
Just a couple of days ago, India-based smartphone maker Lava launched its latest device dubbed as Iris 504Q+ in the domestic market. The mid-range device handset was launched at the price of Rs. 13,990 along with the free flip cover that
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