June – July 2014 Highlights with Mobile Phones and Tablets
Hey Friends Welcome back, today i am sharing great highlights of the month. As these updates are related to mobile phones. First of all we are talking about the Nokia’s new budgeted mobile phone that is Nokia X2. The price of Nokia X2 in India is Rs. 12k and it will provide Qualcomm MSM8210 Processor, it is XL for sale at 12K in India. It is considered to be good for a low cost handset.
Now we comes to second highlight of the month that is Google may replace Nexus line with Android Silver by 2015. Next is that the Google reportedly teams up with HTC for 3rd generation Nexus Tablets.The device is expected to be showcased at Google’s annual I/O Developers conference on 25th June.
>> Operator billing on Samsung app store is now available in India. Samsung has announced partnership with telecom operators Vodafone and Aircel to provide operators billing integration for its app store.
>> Leaked images of Samsung Galaxy S5 is now available in Market. Price of Samsung Galaxy S5 in India Will be $880 price Tagged.
>> LG G3 leaks again ahead of release. The new flagship smartphone of L.G. made yet another appearance on the web ahead of its official may 27th unveiling.
>> Sony D2403 SPECS leak, to take on Moto G ? Sony is working on an cheap smartphone, speculated to go head to head with Motorola’s Moto G Smartphone.
>> Project Ara to be powered by Toshiba Processors. Google’s project Ara smartphone, expected to be unveiled in 2015, will let users build their own smartphones and customize them.
>> Micromax Unite 2 A 106 launched in this month. The price of Micromax unite 2 A106 is Rs. 6,999/- in India.
>> Google Drives can be used to host basic websites or even complex Java Scripts based web apps.
>> Google reveals cloud based bookmarking tool. if reports are to be believed, Google is working on a new service that allows users to share save and organize web content.
>> twitter launches ‘mute’ button lets you reset password by text.
>> over 100 tech Companies unite to oppose Net Neutrality rules.
And many More will share in next post.