With the aim to double its volumes, low-cost mobile devices maker Datawind on Friday said it will launch a Rs. 2,000 smartphone before Diwali that will come bundled with free Internet for life.The company said the device will be based on Android and have 3.5-inch display. Datawind currently has three smartphones and 5 tablets under its portfolio and is selling 40,000-50,000 devices every month.
Google launched their much-awaited sub-$100 Android One smartphones on Monday, and in India would be available through domestic cellphone makers Micromax, Karbonn and Spice. Prices for the Android One would start from Rs. 6,399.
The Viber 5.0 update allows iOS and Android users to place free video calls with other Viber users anywhere in the world. The feature works cross-platform, so users on iOS can communicate with those on Android and vice versa. Both sets of users can also send video communications to PCs. Viber adds voice calling for iOS, Android