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Full HD, quad core, bigger battery, slim profileâ€¦ what else?
Does the Micromax Canvas 4 justify Rs 4,500 premium on Canvas HD despite having the same display and processor.
Spice Coolpad Mi 515 is an entry level quad core phone from Coolpad (a Chinese brand) launched in India by Spice.
It has a dual core processor, 8 megapixel rear camera, Android Jelly Bean operating system and a lot of other decent features; but is it worth Rs 15,000?
2G only Android smartphones with large displays are a new trend. However, most phones in this category have very low RAM and low res cameras. Spice has changed this with its new phone.
The 9.7 inch IPS panel display bearing Android tablet has 1.6 GHz processor and 1 GB RAM. However, does it justify its price tag of Rs 14,990?
An upgrade to the Stellar Pinnacle with quad core processor, new operating system and improved camera.
It comes with Snapdragon processor and not one from Mediatek which is used by most cheap quad core handsets now.
An innovative Bluetooth headset with USB connectivity.
AOC is famous for its PC monitors but AOC Breeze is its first attempt at an Android tablet, so it's interesting to see how it has done.
Here is yet another Iris handset from Lava which looks good at a price of around Rs 8,000.
Konka Expose 970 comes with 4.5inch qHD display, 1 GHz dual core processor, 512 MB RAM and is based on Android 4.0.
This 8 inch tablet from Wishtel comes loaded with features like a 1.2 GHz processor, 3G connectivity and 5500 mAh battery. But does it perform? Here's our review.
A 4.5 inch HD display makes this phone an attractive option to look at, but what about the rest of the fare. Here is our review of this UMI entry device into Indian market.
An entry-evel handset with front camera, 1 GHz processor and 3.5 inch display- sounds good? Let's find out.