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The Taiwanese phone maker is reportedly not going to make its own devices for the Indian market and leave it to three local players.
It's not as cheap as that one hilarious device that cost $4, but at least this should be coming from a more reputable name.
Other OEMs have done it for more expensive phones, but the Indian manufacturer Karbonn has put out two affordable phones with free VR headsets.
Apple wants to import a ton of used iPhones to sell in India and manufacturers have several reasons to fight against that desire.
The government of India managed to remarkably boost local smartphone production in 2015, from 68 million units in 2014 to a whopping 100 mil.
What will the upcoming Karbonn Android One smartphone do differently than the first-gen Sparkle V?
Back in February, Microsoft announced a whole slew of OEMs making new Windows Phones. So, what's the status of all these devices? Find out here.
All those rumors about Microsoft ending Windows Phone licensing may have some weight to them, as we get reports that two new OEMs won't pay MS fees.
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 [...]