Google’s Galaxy Nexus Opens Registration in India

Google_Galaxy_NexusGoogle just weeks ago introduced their supposed iPhone killer; with collaboration with Samsung. The phone called Galaxy Nexus will run on the Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich).

The phone has some interesting features like Face Unlock and Voice Typing and Android Beam which will allow two NFC (near field communication) enabled Android phones to share files by simply holding them close together. This phone will be the first one running on Android 4.0.

Google has opened registrations for Galaxy Nexus in India and a few other countries. The phone will be released in US by November end.

You can register for the new Nexus here. There are no updates yet on when the phone will be launched or the expected price.

India: Hot destination for Phones and Tablets

Lately, we are seeing a lot of new phone and tablets models being made available in India far quicker than they used to be in the past. The reasons is a lot it is probably viewed as one of the biggest markets outside Europe and North America.

Interestingly, India does not have contracts with carriers; which actually make buying a particular smartphone quite cheap, like it is in Europe and the US.

I think it we might see Apple launching iPhone 4S very soon in India.

Drop in your comments.

Link: Google India Nexus

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  • http://www.telecomGyaan.com tahera

    its coming to soon to India…today samsung brought Note…. an amazing phone….

  • http://geekprison.com sim

    im just waiting for the phne to release..

  • Afreen

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    The phones I am going to be writing about range from the mid to high level segment. These phones will cater to all sorts of consumers, from the very casual one to the serious gamer to a complete phone geek. All these come with standard features like an 8 MP camera (at least), HD video recording, a secondary front facing camera, 3G capability, a minimum of 8 GB of internal storage (except for the Nokia C6-01), USB 2.0 support, practically unlimited phonebook entries, among other functions. And it’s naturally understood that all these phones touchscreens.
    The latest on offer by Nokia is their new Nokia 701. It’s a power-packed phone which is bound get those Nokia fanatics excited. It comes preloaded with the all new Symbian Belle OS, a 1 GHz processor and a 3D graphics hardware accelerator which will change the way you’ve played games. It’s got a nice 3.5 inch TFT screen, which is the brightest display ever on any Nokia phone, to give you that amazing visual experience you’ve always looked for on a phone.
    The Nokia N8, which was released a while back, is for those hardcore photographers out there. It comes with a 12 MP camera, a Carl Zeiss lens and a Xenon flash. The HD video recording on this phone will keep you hooked on to making videos wherever you go. It has the Symbian^3 OS, which is upgradable to Symbian Anna OS, which in turn is upgradable to the Symbian Belle OS.
    The Nokia C6-01, C7 and the E6 are three other phones on offer, which are somewhat similar in nature, with slight differences. The E6 comes with a preloaded Symbian Anna OS which is directly upgradable to the Symbian Belle OS. The others can, as has been mentioned, still be ungraded to a Symbian Belle OS. Though one way in which the Nokia C6-01 lags, is the fact that it has a slightly low internal memory with 340 MB, but it is upgradable to 32 GB through microSD cards.
    The two phones which stand out in one particular department are the Nokia 701 and the Nokia C7. Both of these are NFC enabled phones, which could be quite advantageous, as NFC is being touted as the next best thing in mobile technology. NFC, Near Field Communication, is a technology which is being implanted in a lot of upcoming smartphones by all leading brands. It is bound to change the way we transact or communicate, but without getting into exact details about NFC, let me just say that you will be a step ahead with an NFC smartphone at your disposal.
    There are still a lot of other smartphones available in the market today, but this list should still clear a lot of doubts, ease your research process and give you an idea about the Nokia smartphones which you could consider buying.

    • Aditya Kane

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