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Tag Heuer's Racer - Luxury smartphone which costs $3700



Swiss Watchmaker , TAG Heuer has unveiled their upcoming luxury phone called The Racer which will cost $3700 . The phone is inspired by F1 and GT racing and built with carbon fiber , titanium and shockproof rubber chassis which results in extremely stylish and luxurious design. There is no word about the specs yet , however it will run Android with Customizable 3D UI , Tag Heuer claims . It will be available from July at around $3700 .

Source : Gizmodo

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Google Branded Asus Tablet Could Arrive As Early As May



Google and Asus will partner to produce 7-inch tablet which will be priced at US $199-249 and targeted at the kindle fire , the tablet could be launched as early as may , according to reports from DigiTimes. According to sources , Google sought Taiwan-based partners to develop the tablet at end of 2011 , HTC was unwilling to develop a low price device , while Acer did not have in-house R&D capability . Google apparently selected Asus ODM capability and good product quality . However, these are rumors as of now and has been confirmed by Asus or Google.

Source : DigiTimes

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HTC One X , S & V To Hit Indian Markets In April



HTC's One series smartphones which were announced recently during Mobile World Congress will be launched in Singapore on 30th March , and will make way to Indian markets by first week of April , said Manu Seth , country head ( Marketing ) for HTC India , to The Mobile Indian. He further told , "HTC is also in talks with Airtel to offer the One series of smartphones with bundled data offer, details for which are being worked out However , the pricing details are not known yet .

Source : themobileindian

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Blackberry Launches Keyboard Priced At $120 For PlayBook Tablet



BlackBerry has launched a bluetooth keyboard for its PlayBook tablet , which will be selling for $120 . The keyboard uses secure Bluetooth link and includes a touchpad that mimics PlayBook's touch gestures . The touchpad can be used as computer mouse as well . PlayBook tablet sells for $200 after price cut by BlackBerry due to poor sales , for which $120 keyboard seems overpriced .

source: ET

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Sony Announces Xperia Sola Powered By 1GHz Dual-core CPU



Sony Mobile Communications has announced Xperia Sola Android smartphone powered by 1GHz dual-core CPU . The device is placed between Xperia P and Xperia U in the lineup . It sports a 3.7" Reality display with 854x480 resolution , a 5MP camera with 720p video recording and stereo speakers with xLOUD . Sony has unveiled new "floating touch" feature with the device which will let users hover finger over the display while using the browser , this will act as a cursor that will let u hover over links . It is NFC enabled and uses Smart Tags to trigger custom commands by pressing the phone against the Tags . The phone will run Android 4.0 ICS and will be launched in Q2 2012 in three colors , Red , Black and White .

Source : gsmarena

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Galaxy Ace Plus Now Available For Pre-Order at Rs.16250



Galaxy Ace Plus which was announced few weeks back is now available for pre-order in India and will be available within two weeks . The phone is priced at Around Rs.16000 in India and available from letsbuy and flipkart for pre-order . The Android powered Galaxy Ace Plus is improved version of highly successful mid range smartphone from Samsung , Galaxy Ace and packs better processor ( 1GHz vs. 800MHz) , bigger display ( 3.65" vs. 3.5" ) and 3GB internal storage and 512MB ram .
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