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The first Windows Phone 8.1 handset from Archos, the 40 Cesium, includes a 4-inch display and quad-core Snapdragon 200 processor - and at just $99, it's one of the most affordable Windows Phones ever.
T-Mobile has confirmed that Microsoft's new entry-level Windows Phone, the ultra-affordable Nokia Lumia 530, will join its range later this year as "the successor to the Lumia 521".
Google is expected to launch the first Android One handsets in India in October, in partnership with five local manufacturers - including Karbonn, Spice and Micromax - with devices priced around $100.
Following Micromax and XOLO, Indian manufacturer Karbonn says it will launch three Windows Phones this quarter, expected to be priced between $130 and $250, although none will offer 4G connectivity.
Over the next couple of weeks, we'll be exploring the entry-level Lumia 630 in depth, in a series of articles leading up to our full review - starting today with an overview of what it has to offer.
Micromax looks set to beat its rival XOLO to become the first Indian OEM to launch its own Windows Phones, with two new handsets expected, including one that may cost as little as $100 (Rs.6,000).
KAZAM - the UK handset brand launched by former HTC executives - is now selling an Android smartphone for just £40 (around $67), which includes a free screen replacement service and two-year warranty.
What would you like to know about the new Lumia 630? We've got our hands on the new affordable Windows Phone, and while we're testing it for a full review, we'll be answering your questions about it.
Motorola's new Moto E offers a 4.3-inch display, 1GB of RAM, 1.2GHz Snapdragon 200 processor, 5MP camera, Android 4.4 KitKat, dual-SIM support, water-resistance and more, for just £89 GBP ($150 USD).
Forget Mozilla's promise of $25 Firefox OS handsets - according to ARM, the first $20 Android smartphones will be available this year, with single-core Cortex-A5 processors and 2.5G connectivity.
Motorola's CEO has revealed plans to launch a smartphone for just $50, while at the higher-end, the company will offer more customization on its devices, including screen sizes and functionality.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has revealed that it has now sold over two million of its tiny, ultra-affordable computers, reaching this latest sales milestone several months earlier than expected.
Nokia has announced the 108, an ultra-affordable handset for emerging markets, featuring a 1.8-inch colour screen, up to 31 days of standby time and a VGA camera, for just $29 USD.
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In order to further solidify its positions of the market of high-performance microprocessors and popularize quad-core chips, Intel Corp. will sell its highly-anticipated central processing units (CPUs) with four processing engines at significantly lower price-points...
Intel Corp., the largest maker of x86 microprocessors on the globe, is expected to release its new quad-core processor for desktops in days, at Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada. The release of...
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