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    This year Google introduced Android One as its new project to make available affordable, high-quality smartphones with strong software support. Sales in India got underway back in September, followed by a rollout to other Asian nations. There were already a number of different manufacturers releasing Android One hardware, including Karbonn. Now, with 2015 nearly upon us, Karbonn says that it's already looking forward to what's next, sharing its intention to follow that first model up with a new Android One handset in the first quarter of the new year. What can we expect from this new ...

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    Last winter was an exciting time for Windows Phone fans. Microsoft was all up in MWC’s bidness and name dropping like a drunk bathroom attendant. We heard about all of these OEMs that had sworn a blood oath – okay, it might have been ink – to bring forth Windows Phone upon it markets in broad fashion making Windows Phone the envy of all other platforms. That might be reading between the lines a bit, but that was basically the gist of it. So here we are, almost five months later and we here at the Pocketnow feeding trough started thinking – “Where the heck are all those OEMs we ...

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    Since last year, a couple big ideas have been floating around regarding changes Microsoft was rumored to make in how it permitted OEMs to deliver handsets running Windows Phone. One of those major shake-ups was the notion that Microsoft would start letting manufacturers deliver phones that were capable of dual Android/WP operation, and after months of uncertainty, we finally heard just a little over a week ago that the first such deal had been made, with new WP8 OEM Karbonn apparently getting Microsoft's permission. The other change we've heard rumored for Windows Phone licensing suggested ...

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    Even though Android has always been famous for its ability to allow you to run many other operating systems on a device after a certain amount of tweaks, the smartphone platform that hasn't been famous for this is Windows Phone. We were all surprised with the announcement of Windows Phone 8.1, and its ability to run on existing Android hardware, though in a radical "wipe-one-install-the-other" approach. What we didn't expect were dual-booting phones running Android and Windows phone, but that is officially about to happen. The Times of India is now reporting that Indian OEM Karbonn has ...

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