The phone has a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 dual core processor at 1.5 Ghz, Android Ice Cream Sandwich operating system, 1 GB RAM, 4 GB ROM, 4.3 in super amoled HD display, an 8 megapixel camera and Gorilla Glass.
A majority of Internet enabled phone users in India prefer unlimited Internet data plans to usage based plans. 54% of Indian respondents prefer unlimited mobile data for a fixed price per month. For mobile apps 33% prefer free trial of limited content and option of payment for complete version.
Report: Mobile sales in India to reach 251 mn units in 2013 [Lenovo Beats HP and Jockeying for No 1 position]
Mobile sales in India to reach 251 million units in 2013, says Gartner. Also, read about the Micromax phenomena and how PC makers Lenovo and HP are jockeying for No 1 position.
Google rolls out free text messaging. Now you can send free text messages from Gmail. All major operators are going to party, except for Airtel.
Mobile commerce company Paymate on Wednesday said that its mobile Kisan Credit Card (mKCC) has benefited over 7,000 farmers in Villupuram district of Tamil Nadu. The mobile based system helps farmers use their loan amounts to purchase seeds, fertilizers including…
We recently came across a study, which said that India is one among the worst countries when it comes to 3G adoption. We wondered what the reasons might be and why only less than 4 % of India’s over 900…
Those who upgraded soon discovered that new maps were seriously lacking. There weren’t many points of interests, landmarks or directions on it. The map in India only had standard and satellite view and no directions, rendering it practically useless to many.
Systema, along with other cell phone operators like Telenor and Etisalat, lost licence to operate in India after a supreme court verdict on 2G spectrum sale scrapped nearly 122 lisences in February
Mobile ad network InMobi, which acquired US based Sprout, a platform for creating HTML5 rich media advertising last year is rebranding the company to InMobi Studio.
iPhone 5 supports LTE (LTE connectivity is supported in countries that have 4G). In India, Airtel has launched its 4G service, but again – it’s a long walk before we call it a launch.