OnePlus X priced at Rs.16999 in India; prices compared across the world

OnePlus X

The latest smartphone from OnePlus, the OnePlus X has just been announced. It comes in two variants, an glass back model called Onyx and a ceramic back limited edition called Ceramic. We’ve compiled a list of prices of the smartphone in various regions around the world.

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OnePlus 2 priced at Rs.22999 in India; prices compared across the world


OnePlus just announced their latest smartphone – the OnePlus 2. We hope you have seen the spec comparison between the OnePlus 2 and the OnePlus One. Now, we have the pricing list for the OnePlus 2 across 11 countries.

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Apple iPad mini Prices Compared across the World

Apple unveiled the iPad mini with a 7.9-inch (1024 x 768 pixels) display yesterday. Apple announced that it would be available for Pre-order starting this Friday, October 26th in 33 countries. The iPad Mini WiFi version would go on sale on November 2nd, while the WiFi+Cellular models will go on sale in mid-November first in the US on AT&T , Verizon and Sprint. We decided to do a comparison of the price of the new iPad mini in the USA, UK, Hong Kong, Singapore, Hong Kong and Australia. We have even converted them to Indian Rupees INR for your ready reference. The iPad mini with WiFi is priced at $329, $429 and $529 for the 16GB, 32GB and 64GB versions respectively in the U.S., while the 16GB, 32GB and 64GB WiFi + Cellular versions would cost $459, $559 and $659 respectively. Continue reading “Apple iPad mini Prices Compared across the World”

Mobile Prices for August Updated

Hello Friends,

We have updated the mobile prices for August to help you purchase the handset of your choice.

The Highlights of this month are

We will be adding some new Brands to the list of phones and update their prices also.

Please post your comments and suggestions so that we can improve the site.

Symbian lowers prices for its operating system

Symbian announced new pricing models, looking to encourage wider adoption of its operating system by handset manufacturers. Most manufacturers have operated under a pricing model that charges US$7.50 per unit for the first 2 million handsets sold and $5 a handset thereafter. After seeing Symbian’s new models, some manufacturers may see costs drop to as low as $2.50 per unit.

The new pricing models offered would not charge a higher royalty fee for the first 2 million units. Symbian also looks to motivate manufacturers to use the latest version of the Symbian OS. Symbian is wise to offer more competitive pricing, due to the increased competition offered by other mobile operating systems such as Linux, Windows Mobile, and the Palm OS.

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