Indian OEM Micromax to release devices in the U.S.?

#Micromax is a relatively alien brand for those outside India, but that could soon change. A new report indicates that the company’s devices might soon arrive on American shores, following the lead of several other Asia based manufacturers. Micromax strictly focuses on budget friendly and feature rich devices, which could be an interesting combination for a market

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Xiaomi’s online accessory store now available in the U.S.

Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi has been expected to make an entry into the U.S. fold sometime soon. It seems like the company will start slow with plans to bring the accessory store to the country first. This online store is going live today with European customers getting it tomorrow. In this store, you will be able

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Huawei will share details about its U.S. arrival on June 2

Chinese manufacturer Huawei is a big name in the global smartphone segment, although it has been relatively distant from the American markets (despite launching a handset last year). The company will now make its intentions clear next month with an event scheduled for the 2nd of June. It is possible that the company will even

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Samsung Galaxy TabPRO 12.2 landing in the U.S. on March 9

Samsung has announced the official availability of its Galaxy TabPRO 12.2 tablet in the U.S. Interested customers can get this device in the 32GB flavor from March 9 through Amazon, Best Buy, Fry’s, Newegg, PC Richard and Sons, Tiger Direct and Walmart. Considering the size of the tablet, the pricing doesn’t seem like a lot.


American HTC One X could get the Android 4.4 update

The Android 4.4 update is scheduled to make its way to HTC’s 2013 flagships like the One and the One Max. However, the company’s 2012 flagship, the One X, is yet to receive the update. The smartphone is stuck with Android 4.3 for the time being, but it is now being said that the American

Meizu MX3 landing in the U.S. by Q3 2014

Meizu is one of the premier Android OEMs in China and is known for its low cost superphones like the MX3 which broke cover recently in its home turf. But with the company showing willingness to expand into the U.S. soon, it was only a matter of time till it announced official availability of the

ASUS Padfone X will break cover today through AT&T: Rumor

According to Twitter source Evleaks, AT&T will launch the ASUS Padfone X tablet/smartphone hybrid in the U.S. today. The tweet was sent out late last night by Evleaks where it claimed that the device will be launched tomorrow (which is today), so we should expect an announcement from ASUS later in the day. The Padfone

ASUS Padfone will officially launch in the U.S. during Q2 2014

The ASUS Padfone series is well known to us even though its reach is very limited and mostly within Asia. However, the CEO of ASUS has provided us with some good news regarding American availability of the Padfone series. According to him, Americans can expect to see the lineup of Padfone devices in local stores


Foxconn will start manufacturing devices in the U.S.

Foxconn makes smartphones and tablets for major manufacturers like Google, Motorola, ASUS, Amazon, Sony, Apple and many others. While most of its manufacturing takes place in China, the company has several manufacturing plants set up across the world. And according to a new report, the company might be looking to expand its reach to the

Apple Wins Proximity Sensor Lawsuit Against Motorola

Apple vs Motorola, Apple vs. Samsung, Apple vs. some Mexican I.T. firm (over iFone patent), Apple vs. Gradiente (Brazilian company who patented the iphone name) – these are only a few firms whom the Cupertino-based company clashed in the court. It seems that major companies are trying to dominate the market not only by the