U.K.-based Fly Mobile has announced that it will launch four Android smartphones in India in October 2011.
HTC Wildfire S has been released as a new version of its affordable Wildfire phone, available in grey, black and purple colors. We expect HTC Wildfire S to be priced between Rs 10,000 and Rs 15,000 when its launched in India.
Motorola has launched Pro, an Android phone for business people with a Qwerty keyboard and special security features, at MWC 2011. We don't the India launch date or price but our early impression are positive.
ViewSonic is all set to display its latest dual-boot Android and Windows Phone 7 tablet and a dual SIM Android phone at Mobile World Congress (MWC 2011).
Sony Ericsson’s PlayStation smartphone was finally released after much anticipation and rumor mongering.
Videocon Mobiles has launched its second Android smartphone in India - the Videocon V7400. The phone runs Android 2.1 OS and carries a price tag of Rs. 12,995.
Videocon has extended its Handset-Talk Time Combo offer on five more mobile phones, including its latest Android devices. The service called “Zero Paisa/Second offer” was launched in association with Videocon Mobile services.
Disney Mobiles has created a 3D smartphone called Disney DM009SH for Japan. DM009SH runs on Android 2.2 Froyo and can access the Disney Market for more digital Disney merchandise and it comes with Disney wall papers, schedules, icons, calendar, clock etc and a @disney.ne.jp email id.
Samsung is going to release Galaxy S2 and a new Samsung Galaxy Tab at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2011, according to an internal Samsung PR document that tech blog Electronista.com has hold of.