RoBoHon, a concept smartphone by Sharp, which looks like a robot has gone on sale in Japan at a starting price of 198,000 yen ($1,800).
MyShake, will be publicly available on Sunday, May 22 (Tokyo time), through the Google Play Store, which can be accessed via the MyShake website.
itel will set up manufacturing units in India to contribute to the Make in India scheme. It will open 1,000 service centers across India.
CMR says the higher price band accounts for nearly 22 per cent of the smartphone shipments in the quarter.
For deeper digital penetration in rural areas, the government has taken up the BharatNet project.
The Government of India has decided that no mobile can be sold in the country without an in-built panic button and GPS, but will the order help increase women’s safety.
Panic button will be mandatory for all mobile phones to be sold in India January 1, 2017, onwards to enable users make emergency call easily.
Sony said on Thursday it is estimating an operating profit of 290 billion yen ($2.64 billion) for the year, down from a previously estimated 320 billion yen, citing weaker demand for camera modules.
The world’s smallest Android phone, Posh Mobile Micro X S240 features a 2.4-inch display.
An app for mobile phones was launched on Thursday which allows users to text like William Shakespeare.
The global average internet connection speed increased 23 percent to 5.6 Mbps in the quarter ended December 2015 compared to the same period of 2014.
With greater rollout of 4G services in the country, consumer demand for online content will increase rapidly in the coming years.
A US-based company has designed a portable device that lets you turn any smartphone into a 3D printer.
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