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Lava myZ lets you customize smartphone specs the same way you do PCs (India only)

When you want to buy a laptop or desktop computer you have a few options. You can buy an off-the-shelf or ready-to-ship version that comes with a certain set of specs and features by default. Or you may be able to buy from a PC vendor that lets you customize the choice of processor, memory, […]

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HTC Wildfire X launches in India (isn’t actually made by HTC)

Taiwanese device maker HTC has largely become a shadow of its former self since selling most of its smartphone division to Google (and arguably for several years before that). So at first glance it might be a little surprising to see a new HTC smartphone launching in India this week. But as xda-developers points out, […]

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Next-gen Android One phone hits India (with better specs)

Google’s Android One initiative is an effort to help smartphone makers delivery high-quality hardware and software at low prices for customers in developing markets. The first crop of Android One handsets featured pretty basic specs, but at least they were cheap: prices started at around $100. But there’s no shortage of dirt cheap Android phones, […]

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Xolo X900 reviewed: Intel finally delivers a chip appropriate for smartphones

The Lava Xolo X900 is the first smartphone to ship with an Intel Atom processor. The Xolo X900 is available in India for about $420, and the Android handset features a low power 1.3 GHz Intel Atom Z2460 system-on-a-chip. The phone is based on an Intel reference design, and upcoming phones from Orange and Lenovo […]