Finnish tech firm Nokia, which made a comeback with three Android-based phones -- Nokia 6, Nokia 5, Nokia 3 at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) -- has confirmed that the handsets will be available in the US this year.
In a bid to provide great experiences to consumers, Panasonic India is set to launch two smart intelligence-based smartphones on March 27 in the country.
Chinese smartphone maker Gionee on Tuesday launched a new selfie-focused smartphone in India that comes with a 16MP front camera with selfie flash and houses a 4,010mAh battery.
Reaffirming its commitment to 'Make in India' after logging $1 billion in revenue in the country last year, Chinese smartphone-maker Xiaomi on Monday announced its second manufacturing unit in partnership with Taiwanese electronics major Foxconn in Andhra Pradesh.
Increased digital clutter, owing to an explosion in the usage of apps, is leaving smartphones vulnerable to security threats, a new survey said on Monday.
Moto G5 Plus smartphone which was launched on March 15 on Flipkart has witnessed record sales on the first day of launch.
Chinese smartphone maker Coolpad on Thursday launched Note 5 Lite smartphone in India that comes with fingerprint sensor.
Motorola Moblity, a Lenovo brand, on Wednesday launched its G5 Plus smartphone in India with rapid charging, a fingerprint reader and advanced camera features.
Chinese smartphone company Xiaomi on Friday launched in-ear headphone 'Pro HD' at Rs 1,999 in India.
SanDisk, a brand owned by the US-based storage company Western Digital, on Thursday launched 256GB microSD card that meets the Application Performance Class 1 (A1) requirements along with "Extreme PRO USB 3.1" solid state flash drive and "Extreme Go USB" 3.1 flash drive.
Taiwan-based technology major ASUS announced that female customers will be given a free Lolliflash -- accessory for a smartphone -- with purchase of a Zenfone 3 Max series smartphone.
Domestic digital solutions provider Portronics on Wednesday launched "Harmonics Klip", a dual-purpose music and calling enabled retractable Bluetooth earphone with noise cancellation technology.
A look at Chinese smartphone player Xiaomi's current portfolio in India reveals that about 90 percent of its sales are from online channels, while less than 10 percent is offline.
Riding on the success of its flagship device Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 that offered high-end specifications, the Chinese electronics major has launched Redmi Note 4 -- its first device this year.