Android smartphones launched in India in April

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Android smartphones launched in India in April

 

Many manufacturers have launched their products in India in April. If you are looking for a latest Android smartphone, this article will be helpful. It lists most of the smartphones that were launched in April.

HTC One Series

HTC launched the most anticipated One series handsets in the country. The series includes mobiles like One X, One V and One S. The prices of these devices range from Rs 18,000 to Rs 40,000. The users can choose the one that they want as per their budget. All these are Android 4.0 ICS powered devices.

Samsung Galaxy phones

Samsung has launched a series of phones under the Galaxy lineup. This includes Galaxy Pocket, Ace Plus and S Advance. These handsets are available for a price in India of Rs 8,150, Rs 16,290 and Rs 26,900. These are Android Gingerbread powered devices.

Lava Xolo X900

This is the first Intel inside smartphone. The Lava Xolo X900 will be available for a price of Rs 25,000. It is based on the Intel Medfield processor and will run on Android Gingerbread operating system. Lava is also planning to launch two more Intel smartphones.

Huawei Honor

This handset is priced around Rs 20,000 and is powered by Android Gingerbread platform. It will receive the ICS update soon. This device is customized as per the requirements of the Indian consumers. Honor is DLNA certified indicating that it can inter-operate with DLNA certified devices like TVs, digital cameras and gaming consoles

Sony Xperia S

Xperia S is the first device launched by Sony after acquiring the shares of Ericsson. This device is an official PlayStation certified device. It is available for a price tag of Rs 30,000 approximately. It is powered by ICS operating system.

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