New ?Zilta? Android Smartphone: 5 Inches Display, Dual-Sim, Quad-Core Processor, Price: US$189 - International Business Times
Just a few hours ago, we reported about Karbonn A50S , which costs just INR 2,799 and now we have a similarly priced Android smartphone from Celkon. The company has released the Android 4.4-powered Campus A35K smartphone in the Indian market. Priced at INR 2,999, it is the countrys cheapest KitKat phone. According to Celkon, the smartphone features a 3.5-inch qHD display, 1GHz processor, Android 4.4.2 and 1400 mAh battery. It also packs 256MB of RAM, 512MB of on-board storage, microSD card slot and 3G support. In addition, Campus A35K comes with 3.2MP rear camera and VGA front camera. The smartphone will be exclusivily released on Snapdeal.com in Blue and White colour options.
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29 best Android phones of 2014 | Best Android smartphone reviews - PC Advisor
According to BGR , two developers named Lari Numminen and Jukka Kekalainen originally planned to enhance the user experience of Android OS by creating an app. In the process, they created a new Android phone instead of creating an app. Their first venture was an Android app, which provides a simple user interface for apps that are most-used in a device. Apparently, this particular app was downloaded 10,000 times. But this time around, they created a device instead of an app called Zilta. This Zilta smartphone will hit the store shelves by December 2014.
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Best Android phone - which should you buy? | News | TechRadar
Samsung makes loads of them. Sony's cut the Ericsson ties but still is cranking out the Google-branded handsets. Then you've got Android-powered phones from Acer, LG, Huawei, Motorola, ZTE and many others, and while HTC has ceased the practice of releasing more phones than centipedes have shoes (they do wear them, you know) it's still one of the more prominent Android manufacturers. Compare 1,000s of Android deals The many variations in screen size, processor power, software features and design makes finding the best Android phone for you extremely tough. Do you physically and emotionally need a QWERTY keyboard?
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We particularly like the cameras and the customisable user interface. Reviewed on: 11 July 13 RRP: Around 500 inc VAT Rating: The Galaxy S4 is a great phone with outstanding hardware and performance, but it's not flawless. We're disappointed with the build quality considering the handset costs a fair bit more than its rivals and while the S4 is packed with features we find a lot of them to be gimmicky. Reviewed on: 17 June 13 RRP: 520 inc VAT Rating: The Xperia Z is the first smartphone which Sony has really nailed.
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