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ZTE V5 review: Good design, decent price
Financial Express

From copycats, Chinese mobile-makers turn innovators

As Chinese smartphone-makers seek to trump their more-established rivals in the Indian market, they are beginning to realise the need to shed their copycat tag and come up with some nifty innovations of their own. Some like Huawei are engaging ... Hindu Business Line, 1 week ago
ZTE V5 review: Good design, decent price Financial Express, 4 weeks ago
ZTE V5 review: Good phone, buggy software Times of India, 2 months ago

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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 Indian1 month ago Review: Sony Xperia Z3  Techtree2 months ago Sony Xperia Z3 Review: A great upgrade to the Z-series  Deccan Chronicle2 months ago HTC One (M8) Review: Beauty With Brains  ABP Live2 months ago
Cyber India Online

How does Motorola acquisition affect Lenovo's market standing in India? - Lenovo goes up into the Top 5 list of smartphone vendors in one of the world's most promising markets

Image courtesy of adamr/ Lenovo goes up into the Top 5 list of smartphone vendors in one of the world's most promising markets November 3, 2014 Faisal Kawoosa NEW DELHI, INDIA: Now that the US$ 2.9 billion acquisition ...
 Cyber India Online21 hours ago Motorola and Lenovo Brands to Co-Exist in India  NDTV3 weeks ago Xiaomi vs. Lenovo: The War Between China's Top Smartphone Makers  Motley Fool3 weeks ago

Microsoft Launches First Non-Nokia Lumia In India Priced At Rs 9,199

NEW DELHI: Microsoft Devices launched its first Lumia handset without the iconic Nokia brand name in India for Rs 9,199. The U.S-based software giant had acquired the handset business of Nokia earlier this year for $7.2 billion. Featuring the ...
 Silicon India19 hours ago First Look: Nokia Lumia 730  Techtree1 month ago

Report: Microsoft Mobile now the 3rd largest smartphone vendor in India

Research firm Gfk today reported that Microsoft Mobile is now the 3rd largest smartphone vendor in India. According to Gfk, the company has12% market share in India. However, Samsung is the top smartphone vendor in India with 33% market share.
 WMPoweruser.com2 weeks ago Samsung widens lead over Micromax in smartphone market: Study  Times of India3 weeks ago Smartphone mkt in India: Samsung leads over Micromax  Economic Times3 weeks ago Samsung Electronics : widens lead over Micromax in smartphone market: Study  4 Traders2 weeks ago

Xiaomi Mi 4: First Impressions And Benchmarks

After taking the budget smartphone segment by storm, Xiaomi is gearing up to launch its premium handset Mi 4 in India. The Chinese manufacturer is known for offering powerful hardware at a relatively low-cost, and the Mi 4 is no exception. At an expected ...
 Techtree2 weeks ago Xiaomi Mi 3 To Witness Last Sale In India ...  EFYTimes.com1 month ago

Zen Mobile to Launch Firefox OS Phone This Month

Zen Mobile is all set to launch its first Firefox OS smartphone in India this month. Mozilla confirmed the news in an official blog post that said, "Zen Mobile will launch a Firefox OS phone in the ultra low cost category in India in October.
 NDTV1 month ago Zen Mobile to Launch Its First Firefox OS Phone in India This Month  NDTV1 month ago
International Business Times India

Oppo N1 Mini Review: Decent Phone with Impressive Camera, but at a Steep Price

Chinese smartphone manufacturer Oppoentered India a few months back, with their flagship phablet N1. Featuring a 206-degree swivel camera and a monstrous 5.9-inch screen, Oppo N1 achieved decent response worldwide. Oppo N1 Mini front IB Times ...
 International Business Times India4 weeks ago

Samsung Vows Changes After Mobile Profit Plunges

Samsung Electronics Co. admitted erring in its smartphone strategy and vowed to overhaul its handset lineup after profit from those devices tumbled last quarter to the lowest in more than three years. The South Korean company, which climbed from ...
 NDTV4 weeks ago HOW MIGHTY SAMSUNG COULD JOIN THE FALLEN : Smartphone maker could follow former darlings BlackBerry and Nokia  4 Traders1 month ago Samsung slump echoes demise of rivals BlackBerry and Nokia  Today.Az1 month ago
Phone Arena

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 month ago Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Launched Ahead of Schedule; India Release Date Unknown  NDTV2 months ago Want to know if the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge will be launched in your country? Check out this list  Phone Arena2 weeks ago Samsung Galaxy Note Edge Release Date Update: Availability Pertaining To Various Countries Leaked (The US Carrier/Pricing Listed)  International Business Times Australia2 weeks ago
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