While this could be a beginning of Android going mainstream and mass in India, but I pretty much doubt these devices from MTS will make any significant difference ? People will continue to buy feature phones, unless one of the big big guns like Samsung or LG would come up with a affordable smartphones without carrier contracts.
All this time, I was under the impression that Android phones were becoming a hit only with the tech savvy folks in bigger cities. It is common to see plenty of folks with Android phones at my office in Bangalore. In a place like Guwahati and other smaller cities where feature phones still rule and where Nokia is still a very strong brand, I was not expecting to see Android making such a headway. This is the Android moment.
In the last one week since I got the Asus Transformer Honeycomb tablet, I have really struggled to locate tablet optimized apps in Android Market.
Hands on with the new OlivePad VT-1000 Android 2.2 tablet – surprisingly responsive for a ARM11 tablet, nice capacitive screen only spoilt by the cheap TN panel. Good value compared to the expensive Galaxy Tab.
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