While March was pretty quite with respect to new phones, we saw an equal number of phones launched within the first fortnight of April. A lot of phones which were launched during the Mobile World Congress in February have reached the Indian shores.
The 32 GB version of the Nexus 7 tablet was introduced in India in two different variants, the Wi-Fi only and the Wi-Fi + 3G model.
See launch news || Price: Rs. 18999
Videocon VT 75C
Targeting the price-conscious buyers in India, Videocon has launched the VT 75C which provides all round functionalities at an affordable price.
See launch news | Price: Rs. 6499
Lava Iris 455
The Lava Iris 455 is a mid-range smartphone which is part of the Iris range of the company.
See launch news || Price: Rs. 8499
Trying to provide a new approach to smartphones, the company launched the HTC One in India. Also to play the competition well, the company priced the phone very wisely.
See launch news || Price: Rs. 42900
Micromax A72 Canvas Viva
The Micromax A72 Canvas Viva is yet another phablet from the company, this time with very low end specs. But the price is proportionally placed with the specs.
See launch news || Price: Rs.
LG Optimus L7 II Dual
The LG Optimus L7 II Dual is the successor to the Optimus L series which was very successful in India. The mid-range smartphone supports dual SIM.
See launch news || Price: Rs. 18650
LG Optimus L3 II Dual
The LG Optimus L3 II Dual is dual SIM entry level smartphone with basic level specs. The design of the device is something that would attract customers.
See launch news || Price: Rs. 8800
Micromax Funbook Talk P360
Micromax which usually keeps launching smartphones, this time showed off its new tablet. The tablet has 2G calling capabilities.
See launch news || Price: Rs. 7049
Karbonn Smart Tab Ta-Fone A37
Yet another tablet in the sub-10k range, the Karbonn Smart Tab Ta-Fone A37 boasts of higher specs for the price value.
See launch news | Price: Rs. 9049
Nokia is back with its ultra-affordable feature phones which has a very small colour display. Not only the price but the phone is also very durable and has a long battery life.
See launch news || Price: Rs. 1249
Sony Xperia SP
Belonging to the recently launched affordable Xperia smartphones, the Sony Xperia SP entered the market with very a very competitive pricing, just like the Xperia Z.
See launch news || Price: Rs. 27490
Samsung Galaxy Star
The Samsung Galaxy Star is an entry level smartphone with basic level specs. The phone supports dual SIM.
Samsung Galaxy Pocket Neo
The Samsung Galaxy Pocket Neo is a very basic entry level smartphone with low-end specs for a very low price.
The first phone with the new Facebook Home for Android integrated in the OS, the HTC First is a phone with good specs being offered for a very subsidized price.
HTC Desire Q
The HTC Desire Q is an entry level smartphone launched in Taiwan.
Samsung Galaxy Win
The Samsung Galaxy Win is mid-range smartphone which was initially launched only for China but was subsequently launched worldwide.
Equipped with the latest Intel Clover+ processor, the ZTE Geek claims to have a very fast processor in the range.