If handling two SIMs on your handset is not entertaining enough for you, Intex has launched a triple SIM mobile phone called Tri.Do.
Zen Mobile has launched quite an attractive feature phone for just Rs.1749. If you’re thinking this is going to be a very basic phone with a tiny display, you’d be very wrong.
If you quite agree with the fact that the HTC Sensation wasn’t very incredible and you’re left wanting for a lot more, here’s something nice.
The 7-inch tablet will also come to India for Rs. 25,000.
The T-65 joins the low-budget mobile phone bandwagon.
While the Streak Pro will be running on Honeycomb, the Latitude runs on Windows 7.
The dual-SIM mobile phone is aimed at users looking for a touchscreen phone at a low budget.
The HTC Pyramid will be called Sensation in the British Market.
Two of LG's superphones have finally made it to our shores.
While the Evo 3D is HTC's first 3D-enabled smartphone, the Evo View 4G is a CDMA-based Flyer tablet.
The Prime and Ignite are based on Windows Phone 7 while the Pyramid will run on Android.
All three smartphones from HTC should be releasing sometime in the second quarter of 2011.