A striking smartphone with full HD screen and a rotating camera
At Rs 9,999, Eddy can be customised to the age of the child
Neo range will be minor updates of popular devices like the Galaxy Grand and Note 3
Samsung has managed to fit slightly larger screen in Grand 2 while maintaining same overall profile as original Galaxy Grand.
Are you looking for your first smartphone for around Rs 10,000? Lumia 525 is a great choice
HP Slate 6 VoiceTab has been launched first in India at Rs 22,999
Micromax Canvas Turbo Mini is a good-looking phone with a decent lineup of specs
Micromax Funbook P280 aims to strengthen its leadership in the tablet market eyeing a market share of 25%
Oplus XonPad 7 costs Rs 9,999 and that is the best feature of this tablet
Lenovo Vibe Z is a 5.5-inch device powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor
The reports of a Rs 5,000 cut seem to be wrong.
Under its smart, sleek and stylish range Optima Smart, Rage introduces Rage Ace an up-to-the-minute phone for the Indian consumer
Coast product designer says the idea was to hide the technology, so it has not buttons
The only person I'd advise to buy the Gionee Pioneer P3 is the budget buyer who cares about only the camera
XOLO Q1100 is priced at Rs. 14, 999 and comes with a large 5-inch HD IPS display, with One Glass Solution (OGS) technology.
Smarting from growing losses, HTC Corp says it will expand its range of cheaper products.
The screen is crucial for any smartphone. And yet, all too often, companies skimp on that one element.
US-based Motorola Mobility launched its much-awaited budget phone Moto G in India through Flipkart on February 6.
The new Dell Venue 8 is among the first 8-inch tablets to hit the Indian market.
XOLO announced the launch of XOLO A500 Club, a smartphone for an unbeatable audio experience
Three new smartphones that show the world Indian brands mean more than cheap price tags
'The power of Motorola and Flipkart now brings this exceptional phone at an exceptional price to our customers.'
Simmtronics Xpad Turbo is a budget tablet and hence should not be compared with the Apples or Samsungs.
Kaspersky Lab claims they are "not the source of the news” that Facebook was reading your SMSes
In past decade, Facebook's site and business have changed dramatically