Intex reportedly announced the launch of its Android smartphone in the first week of February 2011, priced at Rs. 5500. Just as we wonder about his unexpected entry into the mobile phone market a few months ago, it seems that Intex is determined to establish its market share in the lucrative market of Android mobile phones.
This is great news for all fans of HTC and high-end smartphone users alike, as it seems, HTC has announced the launch of HTC HD HTC Mozart and desire in India. The Mozart HTC phone will run on the Windows 7 platform, while the desire to work in HD HTC Android 2.2 (Froy) Sense HTC UI platform. The HTC Mozart is estimated to cost around Rs. 30,000 in the time of its release in India. WP7 first device found in India e-tailers was also an HTC device, the HTC HD7, when introduced Flipkart and other online retailers earlier this month.