If you thought Xiaomi was done dazzling the Indian market, well, think again!
Another pack of budget phones go live in India as ASUS announce the affordable Zenfone lineup in the country, sold exclusively via popular reseller Flipkart.
6-core phones are becoming more popular. The next candidate is the Micromax A190 with Mediatek’s MT6591 6-core chipset.
Spice mobiles, the India based smart devices manufacturer, surprised the host of journalists and bloggers present at an event earlier today by announcing the Spice Smart Plus, the company’s first ever smartwatch.
After teasing their followers for a few weeks, Xiaomi India (Mi India) have finally made their first announcement in the country.
Two of the most popular Chinese phones in the Xiaomi Mi3 and the OnePlus One now have listings on the Amazon India store.
MT6591 handsets are fast catching up with their octa-core counterparts, as another hexa-core phone goes on sale.
Another budget smartphone went on sale in India earlier today, in the form of the Spice Stellar Mi-445.
Intex India have announced the latest KitKat powered smartphone for the country in the form of the quad-core Intex Aqua Curve Mini.
India’s Flipkart decides to take on the mighty Google by launching its own lineup of ultra-affordable phones in partnership with local maker Karbonn.
Gionee’s slimmest smartphone offering, the beautiful Elfe S5.5 is now starting to receive the much anticipated KitKat treatment.
After teasing the device for a few weeks, India-based smart devices vendor XOLO have announced the XOLO Win Q900s, a smartphone advertised as the world’s lightest Windows 8.1 phone.
China’s Lenovo has launched yet another budget device for the Indian market, the Lenovo A7-30 Android tablet, with a specs set that is reminiscent of the Flipkart tab.
Indian e-commerce giant Flipkart today announced the launch of its first ever tablet, the Flipkart Digiflip Pro XT712.
Breaking news just in is that Xiaomi and Flipkart have come to an agreement that will see Xiaomi products go on sale in India as soon as mid July.
Popular India based maker XOLO has unveiled another Q-core series smartphone for its home market, the XOLO Q1011.
Google just announced the all new Google One smartphone project at the ongoing Google I/O, a program meant to help OEMs deliver Android smartphones at affordable costs.
OPPO N1, the first phablet from China’s OPPO, just turned into a sweeter deal for Indian folk thanks to a price cut that it received in the country along with the sleek and stylish OPPO R1.
The LTE powered Huawei Ascend D2 might finally see an Indian release, more than a year after being launched.
Two new Android 4.4 KitKat powered devices are heading towards the Indian market, from popular HK based manufacturer iberry.