Turing Phone is a new android powered smartphone that is a lot different. As per the company (Turing Robotic Industries) this snapdragon 801 powered smartphone with a 5.5 inch screen will be unbreakable, unhackable and water proof.
Swipe technologies have launched a quad core tablet called the Swipe Ace for ₹7,240. This is a 7 inch tablet using the MediaTek quad core chipset. The Ace also comes with dual SIM slots with 3G support and phone functionality.
Good news for Vodafone consumers, Vodafone will soon be rolling out 4G services in India. It will be launching the 4G services by end of 2015, either before December or in December 2015. The services will initially be launched in some selected cities.
LG had already launched the G4 in India and as of now they have launched the Metallic variant too, The LG G4 Metallic is priced at ₹40,000. The Metallic version will be available in Gold and Titanium Black colour options. There are no changes in the specifications.
The Micromax Canvas Nitro 4G model No. E455 was already unveiled a few days back, but the company officially announced it yesterday for ₹10,999. This handset is using the snapdragon 415 octa core chipset that supports 4G LTE (TD + FDD).
If you are more into gaming, using your handset or tablet for playing games then the Amkette Evo Gamepad Pro Xbox style game controller might be of interest to you. However this Bluetooth enabled gadget does not come for cheap, it is priced at ₹2,799.
Intex Mobiles has launched a 4G enabled smartphone with a 3000 mAh battery, it’s called the Intex Aqua Turbo 4G. This dual SIM handset is using a 64 bit quad core chipset and getting power from a 3000 mAh battery. Turbo 4G is priced at ₹7,444.
Videocon had already started manufacturing mobiles in India. The Videocon Z55 Dash is a new handset that is designed in India and being assembled at a local facility in India. The Z55 Dash is using an octa core processor and priced at ₹6,490.