NTT Docomo has launched two Disney branded smartphones on its network in Japan yesterday. Targeted to women and families with small children, these smartphones comes with heavily customized builds of Android 2.3 » Read more: NTT Docomo, Disney unveil two smartphones in Japan
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It has been a long time since we last published our compilation of Best Android phones in the Indian market. A lot of new Android smartphones and tablets have been launched in this interval and several old devices have seen a price cut making them suitable for your budget. In this report, we will look at some of best Android phones in every price bracket that you should check out before buying your next Android smartphone.
Android Phones in Rs. 23,000 – Rs. 35,000 Price Bracket:
After a long wait, Motorola has recently introduced a high-end Android phone in the Indian Market and it is worth it. RAZR is a great smartphone, but there are some or the other issues » Read more: Best Android Phones in India
NTT Docomo has announced its 2011 winter/2012 spring product lineup recently. There are 12 Android smartphones and a tablet in this line-up. NTT Docomo will release these devices between November and February. » Read more: NTT Docomo announces Winter/Spring Android lineup
Chinese telecom equipment manufacturer Huawei is planning to launch its smartphones in Pakistan market before the end of this year. Company is trying to make its presence felt in the market before the 3G roll out starts in the country. » Read more: Huawei is ready to debut in Pakistan smartphone market
Sharp China has introduced three AQUOS series Android smartphones in the country. These smartphones are SH8298U, SH8288U, and SH8268U and they will be priced around 4,500 yuan, 3,000 yuan, and 1,500 yuan respectively. » Read more: Sharp launches three Android smartphones in China
According to a survey report by Google in Taiwan, Android smartphones have a 32% share of country’s smartphone market. On the other hand iPhone has 25% of the market share. » Read more: Android captures 32pc of the smartphone market in Taiwan