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Review: Sony Xperia Z3

Sony Xperia Z3 Review-Sony hits the bull's eye

At a time when the smartphone market is getting hotter and hotter in India, Sony launched its latest flagship smartphone, Sony Xperia Z3, for Rs 51,990. We have been using Z3 for the last two week and here is our in-depth analysis of the smartphone. The Mobile Indian, 1 day ago
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The Mobile Indian

Mi Redmi 1s Review-Affirms the budget value

Chinese Electronics company Xiaomi made its debut in India as Mi India with the "Flash Sales" marketing strategy and managed to impress thousands. Following the sale of about 95000 Mi3 smartphones, the company has now shifted its focus on the ...
 The Mobile Indian4 weeks ago

Idea Ultra+ Review: The Plain Jane Smartphone

Idea Cellular is primarily a mobile service operator, but it does sell handsets with the intention of promoting 3G data usage In India. There are of course benefits if you're an Idea subscriber, but the phones are not locked to the company's own ...
 NDTV1 month ago

Micromax overturns Samsung in India's growing cellphone market

India's homegrown handset manufacturer Micromax has overtaken Samsung as the country's largest handset maker. As per the data released by Hong Kong-based Counterpoint Technology Market Research, Micromax was leading with a market share of 16.6% for ...
 DNA India1 month ago Samsung Loses Its Crown In India And China  CXOtoday1 month ago
Business Standard India

In crowded marketplace, brands look to 'online only' route

In November 2013, while discussing the re-entry strategy for India, the top brass at Motorola Mobility balked at the sight of competition. About 44 million smartphones were sold in the country that year (IDC estimates), up three-fold over 2012.
 Business Standard India1 month ago Online only  Agencyfaqs!1 month ago
Business Standard India

Microsoft aims low with €19 handset

Microsoft announced a new entry-level mobile phone, which will reach the market as Nokia 130, against a backdrop of speculation as to the future of the non-smartphone business it gained through its acquisition of Nokia Devices & Services.The company ...
 Mobile Money Live1 month ago Microsoft Devices Group announces ultra-affordable mobile phone with music and video player for 19 euros  Digital Media Net1 month ago OMG, Micromax!  Business Standard India1 month ago

Selfie-Focussed Samsung GALAXY Grand Prime Announced In India

Samsung has announced its first selfie smartphone for the masses called the GALAXY Grand Prime. The handset comes with an 85 degree wide-angle front-facing camera and also includes a capable primary sensor. The design is less tacky when compared to ...
 TechTree1 day ago Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Launched Ahead of Schedule; India Release Date Unknown  NDTV1 week ago Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini Duos With 4.5 HD Display Launched at Rs. 26,999  NDTV3 weeks ago Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini With 4.5 HD Display Launched at Rs. 26,499  NDTV3 weeks ago
India Today

iPhone comes out of a 'bygone era', reviewers hail bigger handset

Bigger is better and Apple Inc has finally realized that and given iPhone users a product that may be low on novelty but high on improvements, reviewers wrote. Most reviewers say that the iPhone 6 is the best smartphone available or "ever made", ...
 India Today2 weeks ago Apple's iPhone Comes Out of a Bygone Era, Reviewers Hail Bigger Handset  Jakarta Globe2 weeks ago Apple iPhone comes out of a ?bygone era?, reviewers hail bigger handset  Jagran Post2 weeks ago
Biz Community

Smartphone makers seek growth in India

NEW DELHI, INDIA: Smartphone manufacturers are in a race to capture the bottom of India's economic pyramid as they battle for customers in the fast-growing low-end market where analysts say opportunities are vast. Canalys Analyst Jessica Kwee says ...
 Biz Community3 weeks ago Smartphone makers put margins on line to boost market share in India  Oman Tribune3 weeks ago India smartphone market expands  Brunei Times3 weeks ago Smartphone Makers Dial Up Growth in India  NDTV Profit3 weeks ago
Motley Fool

Is Microsoft's Windows Phone Bound to Be a Flop?

Rather than increase its mobile market share, Microsoft has only lost ground in the last year, as Google's (NASDAQ: GOOG Microsoft is losing ground According to research firm IDC, Microsoft's share of the global smartphone operating systems ...
 Motley Fool4 weeks ago To Grow Windows Phone, Microsoft Needs to Copy Samsung  Motley Fool1 month ago Windows Phone: From Alcatel to ZTE, your A-Z guide to Microsoft's hardware partners  Neowin.net2 weeks ago 3 Ways Microsoft Can Save Windows Phone  Motley Fool1 month ago
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