The title is no mistake. The Freedom 251 is a smartphone that costs only 251 rupees, or $3.67 USD. It’s an incredible price for a fully functional Android device, and the specs aren’t too shabby either.
The Freedom 251 features a 4-inch qHD IPS display, a 1.3GHz quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of storage ... Read More »
The Moto G is a fantastic budget smartphone, so why not sell it in a country where budget smartphones are extremely popular? The device has been available in India for quite a while, but now Amazon has begun offering it there, too.
The Moto G runs INR 10,999, which is around ... Read More »
Google has always touted Android One as its way to get smartphones in the hands of the next billion connected users. With Android One, Google would bring smartphones to developing countries where they aren’t a necessity, and change that.
But it seems that somewhere in the process, Google lost sight of its goals. Selling ... Read More »
At today’s event in India, ASUS announced that it’s launching four new phones for the Indian market. With four phones to cover, we’ll dive right in with the ASUS ZenFone Max, an enormous smartphone with an enormous battery. The ZenFone Max is packed with a 5.5-inch display, Snapdragon 410 processor, 2GB of RAM, ... Read More »
We have to wonder how many people really buy Google Play gift cards. It seems like a solid idea since you’re able to buy apps, music, and more from the Play Store, but is it actually that popular? The service has been available in the States for three years, yet the expansion to other countries ... Read More »
Xiaomi is expanding its way out of China. The Chinese upstart has grown enormously in the past couple of years, and now it’s launching its first phone in another rapidly expanding market, India. The Xiaomi Mi 4i is the new device for India and it features specs such as a 5-inch 1080p display, ... Read More »
Now that Lollipop has graced the world with its Material design beauty, manufacturers are updating their devices one by one to the latest version of Android. We’ve seen Samsung, LG, HTC, and Motorola start updating new devices already. But what about older devices?
Motorola proves itself once again to be ... Read More »
Android One was touted as Google’s new standard for the budget smartphone, a reference platform for companies to make good devices for really low prices. In fact, it was said that Android One devices would be released in India for sub-$100 prices with stock Android and quick updates. While many of us don’t much care ... Read More »