As much as 26 mobiles phones were launched in the country last month. Here is a brief look at them.
In the month of October, 26 mobile phones were launched in India and most of them were based on Android operating system. Here is a list of the handset launched in the past month.
Nokia Asha 309 comes with a full touchscreen and is based on Nokia S40 operating system. It is priced at Rs 6,349.
It comes with single SIM, 2G network connectivity along with WiFi connectivity. The Asha 309 is equipped with a 3 inch capacitive LCD display with 240 x 400 pixel resolution and a proximity sensor which automatically controls the display while the user is on a call. The devices support up to 32 GB expandable memory and feature 128 MB of internal memory which is further complimented by its 64 MB RAM memory.
The Asha 309 comes with a 2 megapixel fixed focus digital camera with zoom and video capture capability at 10 FPS in Qicf resolution, There's a video player, music player, and FM radio as well on the device to keep the users entertainer while on the move.
Nokia is also giving complimentary gift of 40 popular EA games with the device worth Rs 2,700 which can be downloaded free of cost and enjoyed on the device.
This week two Smartphones, one tablet, and six accessories were launched in India.
With huge RAM, these tablets offer ultimate hardware for high end games and smooth multitasking.
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The Yota Phone comes with two 4.3 inch displays. One of the display's remains turned on always, even if the phone is drained out of power.
Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo Plus looks like an upgraded version of Galaxy Grand Neo. It will be based on Android KitKat and will have a 5 inch WVGA display.
Initially the buyback offer was valid for only BlackBerry Bold smartphones.
The Microsoft Lumia 735 is a Windows Phone 8.1 OS based smartphone that is 4G ready.