NTT Docomo has announced that it will start selling Galaxy Nexus in Japan starting December 2. Telecom operator has already officially announced that it would be selling the phone in the country. Continue reading “NTT Docomo announces Galaxy Nexus launch date in Japan” »
Lenovo has made the recently leaked 5 inch tablet/smartphone hybrid official today as LePad S2005 (s2-05). As expected it will make its initial debut in China day after tomorrow, with no company statement on availability elsewhere. Continue reading “Lenovo launches LePad S2005 in China, sports 5-inch display, Android 2.3.5” »
Motorola China has just announced China Telecom’s version of what is better known as RAZR to international consumers. Dubbed as Motorola XT928, it will be available next month along with China Mobile’s MT917. There has been no pricing announcement right now, should be revealed by China Telecom closer to release date.
Motorola XT928 features some upgrades over the European varaint of RAZR similar to MT917, you will get a 13MP rear camera and 4.5 inch HD display with Gorilla Glass.
“The latest of China Telecom’s 3G Internet smartphones, the Motorola XT928 has great smartphone performance and imaging capabilities that surpass those of many digital cameras. China Telecom is well known for its strong portfolio of devices for professional users. With its combination of powerful multi-media functions and our fast e-Surfing 3G network, the Motorola XT928 will delight even our most demanding customers.”
- Ma Daojie, Director of China Telecom Device Management Center
Motorola XT928 Specifications:
- 1.2GHz dual core processor
- 4.5-inch touch screen with 1280×720 HD resolution
- 13-megapixel rear-facing camera with 1080p high-definition video capture
- 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera
- 1GB RAM
- Android 2.3
Motorola has launched two new Android devices in the Chinese market recently. Both the devices will be available in the country next month. These devices are Motorola MT917, which is a high-end phone and will be released on China Mobile; and Motorola XT615, which is a mid-range phone and would be sold unlocked. Continue reading “Motorola MT917, XT615 announced in China, coming next month” »
Japanese telecom operator NTT Docomo has announced that it will start selling AQUOS PHONE SH-01D from December 2 in the country. SH-01D features a huge 4.5 inch HD 3D display, 1GHz dual core processor, and 12.1MP rear camera along with Gingerbread.
AQUOS PHONE SH-01D is also water and dust-proof. It was earlier announced as a part of telecom operator’s Winter/Spring lineup.
Samsung has announced the launch of smartphone/tablet hybrid Galaxy Note in its home market today. It will be available in store starting tomorrow. Company will put the LTE version of the device on sale in the country via SK Telecom. Continue reading “Samsung launches Galaxy Note in South Korea, available tomorrow” »
This post originally appeared on AndroidOS.in.
It has been a long time since we last published our compilation of Best Android phones in the Indian market. A lot of new Android smartphones and tablets have been launched in this interval and several old devices have seen a price cut making them suitable for your budget. In this report, we will look at some of best Android phones in every price bracket that you should check out before buying your next Android smartphone.
Android Phones in Rs. 23,000 – Rs. 35,000 Price Bracket:
After a long wait, Motorola has recently introduced a high-end Android phone in the Indian Market and it is worth it. RAZR is a great smartphone, but there are some or the other issues Continue reading “Best Android Phones in India” »
Xiaomi Tech has announced that it will finally start the regular sales of its first Android smartphone M1 next month. Company is slowly ramping up its smartphone production and it will begin the regular sales from December 18. Consumers will be able to order the phone via the Xiaomi website.
In other news related to the company, Chinese telecom operator Chine Unicom is reportedly in talks with the firm to buy the smartphone units. According to local media reports, Unicom might buy 2 million units of Xiaomi Phone to sell on its network. It is interesting to see if Xiaomi will release a WCDMA compatible model of the phone, as China Unicom is primarily a WCDMA operator.