Karbonn Mobiles has silently launched the S19 handset that as of now is available online for Rs. 8,999. This is a 1.3GHz quad core powered smartphone running Android KitKat, supports dual SIM with 3G and comes with a 2000 mAh battery.
The Moto G 8GB version that started off for Rs. 12,499 is now available for just Rs. 10,499. The Moto G 16GB is at Rs. 11,999. Those who missed out the Mi3 might find this lucrative. The handsets are available online on flipkart – ‘Limited Stocks only’.
According to ocworkbench Xiaomi RedMi note is sending SMS’ and photos to server in China. There are already many articles on the net pointing to the same source. So are Xiaomi handsets really sending data to Chinese server?
Xiaomi Mi accessories have got listed on the Flipkart website with their respective price tags. The Mi Flip cover for Mi3 is priced at Rs. 559, Mi 5200 power bank for Rs. 799, Mi 10400 Power Bank for Rs. 999, Mi Screen guard for Rs. 179 and the Mi ZBW4122IN headset for Rs. 999.
The UNU Ultrapack may look like any other power bank, however it is way more advanced when it comes to self charging. It is available in two variants with 3000 mAh and with 10,000 mAh battery capacity – it takes just about 15 minutes to charge to 2000 mAh.
The Mi3 stock got sold out in flat 5 seconds. In fact many users have complained that they did hit the buy button as soon as it became available but it was already out of stock. Many users did manage to add the product to their cart at just about 00:00:00.
Panasonic will be officially launching the Eluga series tomorrow, however it already found its way on the ebay website for Rs. 17,490. This dual SIM handset runs Kitkat and comes powered by quad core snapdragon 400 processor with 2GB RAM and 16GB storage.
It’s 29th July and the Xiaomi Mi3 sales begins. The first lot sold out in less than 40 minutes thanks to server errors on Flipkart, let’s hope their server survives this time. According to sources this time Flipkart will have around 10K units as compared to 5K the first time.