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MIUI 6 update rolling out to Xiaomi Mi 3 in India

After officially launching the Mi 4 in India, Xiaomi has announced that it is rolling out MIUI 6 update to Mi 3 smartphones in India. It will take some time for the update to be rolled out through OTA, though the impatient ones can download the update manually from the company's official forum page. If you are wondering, MIUI 6 update for the Mi 3 is still based on Android

HTC Desire 816G re-launched in India for Rs. 19,990, updated with an octa-core processor

Four months after its official announcement in India, the HTC Desire 816G has been relaunched in the country with an increased price of Rs. 19,990. You might wonder as to why HTC has decided to increase the price from Rs. 18,990 to Rs. 19,990. Okay, there's a reason – HTC has updated the Desire 816G's processor and internal storage space. The new HTC Desire 816G is now equipped with an octa-core processor and 16GB

HTC One M8 and One M7 Android 5.0 Lollipop update delayed

After Google officially showcased Android 5.0 Lollipop last year, some smartphone brands promised that they will push out the latest Android update to their smartphones as soon as possible. LG, HTC, and OnePlus were some of these brands, and HTC had reaffirmed that it would push the Android 5.0 update to its high-end smartphones within 90 days of Google releasing the source code. However, it seems like HTC has failed

iBall Andi 5Q Cobalt Solus with an octa-core processor listed on official website, might be priced at Rs. 10,990

iBall Andi 5Q Cobalt Solus. Okay, that's quite a mouthful of a name! Well, the Andi 5Q Cobalt Solus has been listed on the official website, and according to Mahesh Telecom, the device will be launched at Rs. 10,990. It appears to be a successor to the Andi5S Cobalt3, which was launched last year. 5-inch IPS LCD display with OGS (One Glass Solution), 1280 x 720 pixels resolution, 294 ppi Android

Motorola sold 3 million smartphones in India

Motorola has announced that it has sold over three million smartphones in India. The company, which had quit the Indian market made a comeback in February last year with an online-only retail model with Flipkart. Motorola earlier revealed that it had sold around a million units in the initial five months in India, which means that the company sold twice as many smartphones in the last 5-6 months. A fair

Xiaomi to launch own e-commerce portal ‘Mi.com’ in India

Chinese mobile manufacturer, Xiaomi is all set to start selling smartphones in India later of this year through its own online portal. The company is planning to double its presence in India, which is the world’s fastest growing smartphones market. Xiaomi, presently sells its devices in India through the eCommerce major Flipkart. Now, the company is bringing out its own website ‘Mi.com’ to India sometime later this year. Xiaomi's India

HTC Desire 526G+ with an octa-core processor launched in India for Rs. 10,400

HTC has been feeling the heat from Chinese OEMs in the budget smartphone segment, and in order compete with them, it has just launched a new smartphone; the HTC Desire 526G+ in India at a starting price of Rs. 10,400. The highlight of the device is its octa-core processor and a low price tag. The Desire 526G+ is the latest member of the Desire series, and comes with a 4.7-inch qHD display, an octa-core

iPhones, iPod Touch and iPads start getting iOS 8.1.3

The iOS 8 update for Apple's devices hasn't had the journey it would have expected. The latest iteration of iOS was bogged down by several bugs which were then sorted out by Apple in the consequent updates. In a bid to constantly improve the user experience, Apple has just released the iOS 8.1.3 software update for iPhones (iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5S, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus)

Xiaomi announces MIUI 6 roll out timeline for India

Xiaomi has launched the Mi 4 in India today for a price of Rs 19,999. The major highlight of the device is that it will run on the new MIUI 6 out-of-the-box. Xiaomi also announced that the other Mi smartphones in India will also receive the OTA roll out soon. The company also mentioned that Mi 3, Redmi 1S, Redmi Note 4G and the Redmi Note, all these devices will

Cyanogen wants to break away from Google, plans to launch its own app store

Cyanogen is looking to make Android its own, and if you're wondering about their solution, they are planning to fork Android. They want to make Android truly open source, by breaking it away from Google, in order to allow developers to provide a deeper level of integration as much as possible. Kirt McMaster, CEO at Cyanogen, later explained it to Android Authority, "We're making a version of Android that is

Lava launches an entry-level dual-SIM Android smartphone, the Lava Iris 470

Lava has launched a new entry-level Android smartphone under the Iris series, the Lava Iris 470, which is now available on Indiatimes' Shopping portal and eBay for Rs 4,399. The device comes with similar specs as that of Lava Iris 456, which went on sale last year in November. This dual-SIM Android smartphone features a 4.5-inch IPS LCD display with 854 x 480 pixel resolution, 1.3GHz dual-core processor, and it runs on an older

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