The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 16 Feb, 2011
The device is expected to be available in markets worldwide, including India, around May at around Rs 13,000.
The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 09 Feb, 2011
3G services across 13 telecom circles where Aircel has won spectrum will be available in a phased manner before February 19.
The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 04 Feb, 2011
The smartphone from Olive is likely to have the latest version of Android operating system (Android 2.3) and will support downlink speeds of up to 14 Mb/s.
The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 07 Jan, 2011
It features a 3.8 inch capacitive touchscreen, an accelerometer and a 5.0 mega pixel camera with LED flash. The device accesses broadband internet via WiFi, and HSDPA and HSUPA 3G networks.
The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 27 Dec, 2010
This phone from Intex will the cheapest Android handset in India and is expected to challenge Micromax A60, which is priced at Rs 7,000.
The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 24 Dec, 2010
Intex plans to launch two 3G phones by January end that will cost around Rs 4,500 and Rs 8,500. Both phones will have multimedia features and the music player will supports popular file formats such as AMR-WB, WAV and MP3.
The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 17 Dec, 2010
EG333 is dual SIM (GSM+CDMA) phone featuring 7.6 cms WQVGA touchscreen display and a 2.0 megapixel camera.
The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 16 Dec, 2010
HTC Desire's clone costs Rs 6,000 â€“ less than one fourth the price of the original. It has a 3.7 inch display, and is powered by the latest version of Android, 2.2 Froyo.
The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 14 Dec, 2010
Huawei Technologies has announced two Android smartphones Ideos X5 and X6, which will be launched in India by mid January.
The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 10 Nov, 2010
BSNL, which got the first movers advantage as it bagged 3G airwaves ahead of the private players has only, 1.8 million of its subscribers who use 3G services as of now.
The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 07 Sep, 2010
Akai re-entered India in January this year through Global Brands Enterprise Solutions, after it ended its brand licensing agreement with consumer durable major Videocon in September last year.
The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 30 Aug, 2010
Mobile ownership among Indian youth is steadily increasing, and Indian youth use mobile phones more than those in any other Asian country.
The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 18 Aug, 2010
In May, India had 304 mn subscribers-146 mn rural and 158 mn urban, while TRAI reported a total subscriber base of 621.28 mn.
The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 29 Jul, 2010
The company has announced the launch of two Android smartphones along with one 3G GSM phone and one CDMA handset.
The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 27 Jul, 2010
The smartphone is slated to be entry level in design, with a 2.8 inch touchscreen, a 3.2 megapixel camera, and HSDPA 3G connectivity.