Monthly Archives: April 2011

Samsung Galaxy Pro, Galaxy Gio go on sale in Singapore

Samsung has launched two Android phones Galaxy Pro and Galaxy Gio in Singapore. Available for purchase starting today, both the phones will be available unlocked at all major retail stores. Samsung Galaxy Pro: Specs: Price: S$ 428 w/o contract Color: Platinum Silver Samsung Galaxy Gio: Specs: Price: S$328 w/o contract Color: Dark Silver  

Read More »

Micromax A70 Android phone with dual cameras coming next month

Micromax is all ready to launch the successor to its first Android smartphone Ando A60 in the form of A70. The launch is expected next month for a price around INR 9,000, reports The Mobile Indian. Micromax A70 is be the first Android smartphone with dual cameras [5MP & VGA] under 10K. Other features A70 include 3.2 inch TFT capacitive display, ...

Read More »

Android Market gets “Tablet Apps” section

Google today released a featured tablet applications section in web Android Market. I am not yet sure about its presence on Android Market version on Honeycomb tablets, but it won’t take long to have it. It is currently showcasing 69 apps right now, which I suppose will increase in the coming days.  

Read More »

Motorola shipped 250,000 Xoom tablets in Q1

Motorola today announced that it has shipped around 250,000 units of Honeycomb tablet Xoom in the first quarter. These numbers might not be great but are decent considering the analysts were expecting shipments around 25,000. These figures do not represent actual sales to the consumers, but the total number of Xoom tablets that reached Motorola’s inventory. While company did not ...

Read More »

HTC Wildfire S launching in India next week

Continuing its series of Android device launches in India, HTC is expected to release Wildfire S in Indian market next week. According to a report in OnlyGizmos, HTC will launch the device in next seven days for a price under INR 16,000. Wildfire S, which was announced at Mobile World Congress in February, recently went on sale in UK. It ...

Read More »