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Micromax


Among the best looking phones from Micromax, the Canvas Knight is all set to get a bit more powerful, or at least optimized thanks to an Android v4.4.2 update.

Micromax have announced yet another smartphone in the 7,000 INR price bracket, to apparently battle the Moto E uprising that has taken the Indian market by storm.

As we reported some days back, the Micromax Canvas HD A190 is finally official with a hexa-core processor and Android KitKat.

Earlier today, Micromax, one of the most popular smartphone makers in India, announced the Canvas Fire A093 smartphone for 6,299 INR ($105).

6-core phones are becoming more popular. The next candidate is the Micromax A190 with Mediatek’s MT6591 6-core chipset.

Google’s Android One is reality. But, is it the same ‘$100 Nexus phone’ we heard about a few months back, with a new name? We find out.

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.

After successfully launching two of the first WP phones from an Indian maker, Micromax now say that they’re planning a 6″ WP smartphone.

After being a victim of numerous leaks, Micromax’s Canvas Gold A300 is finally official, and in style, with a 2GHz 8 core CPU and Android KitKat.

Micromax just launched two new smartphones, both of which run on the Windows Phone 8.1 OS, and come with easy-on-the-wallet price tags.

micromax canvas gold a300

Micromax are set to launch another high-end phone in their Canvas range with unique design and curved form factor.

We today came across this little giant of a phone earlier today, and were both pleased and surprised with what it had on offer.

A render of an alleged LTE-enabled Micromax smartphone leaked earlier today, hinting at a release that might be due soon.

Microsoft has been feeling the heat emanating from Google’s Android for quite a while now, and the company is now taking effort to make its Windows Phone platform available to a wider audience.

Indian phone giant Micromax joins the octacore bandwagon with the all new Cavas Knight.

According to news reports India’s Mircormax are working on a rugged waterproof Android smartphone.

ViewSonic, best known for their wide range of desktop monitors, just announced the ViewSonic ViewPad 10i tablet that runs both Windows and Android.

OPPO Neo, the device that was released in the Indonesian market a few weeks back might soon see a release in India.

If you are a fan of Windows on your mobile phone then the lack of choice is possibly quite annoying when it comes to choosing a new device, but there is good news as French phone maker Archos plans to cover the OS.

In a revelation of sorts, the business head of Micromax has quit and is reportedly headed towards another startup that’s had newfound success — China’s very own OPPO.