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Sony Xperia C

1 million Sony Xperia C smartphones sold: report

Sony has sold one million units of the Sony Xperia C within the last three months following its launch, according to a new report that appeared in Digitimes. This device, which touts an affordable price tag thanks to its low-cost Mediatek chipset, allows Sony to be more competitive in countries like India and China where

HTC Desire 500 launched in Taiwan

The HTC Desire 500 has been unveiled in a launch event in Taiwan. This is an entry-level smartphone that nonetheless comes with an expensive price tag. In HTC’s home country, the smartphone retails for $400 off-contract. According to Engadget, the price could be due to a deal between HTC and Taiwan Mobile, a wireless carrier.

HTC announces Desire 200 low-end smartphone

HTC has officially announced the Desire 200, an offering for those in the market for a low-end Android smartphone. The device appeared just yesterday in a leak, which already revealed some of the smartphone’s specifications. Many of the leaked specifications are exactly the same as those which surfaced today, so this list would offer few

Samsung makes Galaxy Ace 3 official

The Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 is the newest addition to the Korean electronics giant’s 2013 product lineup. This device is aimed at the low-end market segment, matching an affordable price with a set of basic hardware and features. The announcement confirms many of the rumored specifications that came out in various leaks. The Samsung Galaxy

Samsung Galaxy Pocket Plus Spotted In Leak

Samsung is reportedly preparing to expand its Galaxy line with a new entry-level device called the Galaxy Pocket Plus. This would be an upgrade to the Samsung Galaxy Pocket, which was likewise targeted at consumers looking for an affordable Android smartphone that can perform basic functions. The information comes from a leaked ROM from October