LG Mobile is heating up the smartphone war in India by quickly launching its high-end Android-based phones in the country.
LG Mobiles has launched the world's first dual core phone LG Optimus 2X in India at a price of Rs. 28,000.
Olive Telecom has launched India’s first Android 2.3 aka Gingerbread powered smartphone, the Olive Smart (V-S300). The smartphone carries a price tag of Rs. 20,000.
Sony Ericsson will soon release its Xperia Neo Android smartphone, news about which leaked out last month. It was called Sony Halon at the time and was expected to look like the company’s Vivaz smartphone.
Samsung Forte’s photo and specs have been leaked on the Web.
Sony Ericsson and Sony Bravia have together produced Xperia Arc, a high-def entertainment smartphone, which was launched at the CES 2011 today.
The unique feature of Google’s latest smartphone OS is that it can use Near Field Communication technology, which enables short-range secure wireless data transfer between compatible devices.
A few days have gone by since Google released the latest edition of Android, version 2.3 or Gingerbread. So far, it seems Samsung Nexus S, which is Google’s flagship phone, is the only device to run Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
The long awaited OS, Android 2.3 or Gingerbread, is to have built-in mobile payment technology made possible by Near Field Communication (NFC). This announcement was made by Google’s chief executive Eric Schmidt at the Web 2.0 Summit.