Here the news round for the day –
Samsung India says No Galaxy Nexus for India
It seems Indian users may not get hand on the latest pure Google experience the “Galaxy Nexus”. Samsung India has officially announced through there Twitter account that India will not receive the Galaxy Nexus. After several promises to launch the smartphone in the country, it’s the first official denial from the company. Samsung India has stated, “The Galaxy Nexus will not be launched in India. Watch this space for the next big thing!” Samsung want to make room for their next flagship model the yet to be announced the Samsung Galaxy sIII. It seems Samsung was worried that the Galaxy Nexus would have cannibalized sales of its Galaxy Note phablet.
@amitw310 The Galaxy Nexus will not be launched in India. Watch this space for the next big thing!
— Samsung India (@Samsung_India) May 2, 2012
So if you are looking out to buy one, then you need to purchase it from outside India or from grey market.[source]
Nokia India to begin rolling out Nokia 808 PureView in May
The wait for getting you hands on world best mobile camera the 41megapixel one Nokia 808 PureView is over. Nokia confirmed that the Nokia 808 PureView will start rolling out in India and Russia this May. The Nokia 808 PureView is the first smartphone to feature Nokia’s award-winning PureView technology. PureView represents Nokia’s highest level smartphone imaging experiences, bringing together high-performance sensors, exclusive Carl Zeiss optics, and Nokia developed imaging algorithms.
“PureView has completely raised the bar on imaging performance for the whole smartphone industry – and Nokia is not stopping here,” said Jo Harlow, Head of Smart Devices at Nokia. “We’re going to carry on developing PureView for our future smartphones in ways that will again revolutionize the imaging experience.”
In addition to superior still imaging technology, the Nokia 808 PureView also includes full HD 1080p video recording and playback with 4X lossless zoom and the world’s first use of Nokia Rich Recording. Rich Recording enables audio recording at CD-like levels of quality, previously only possible with external microphones. The Nokia 808 PureView also features exclusive Dolby Headphone technology, transforming stereo content into a personal surround sound experience over any headphones and Dolby Digital Plus for 5.1 channel surround sound playback.[source]
LG Cloud Beta goes live
With cloud storage space heating up, LG announces one of its own cloud storage the ‘LG Cloud‘. LG Cloud lets you store all your videos, photos and music in the cloud under your LG account where you have registered any of your LG products. You can access and signup for the service here , but wait the service is still in Beta and is currently only available in South Korea and the US. LG cloud allows users to access data using PC, Mobile and also through LG smart TV’s. It has a feature of streaming any format of video and audio content on any device, if you don’t have the codecs. To get started with LG users will get 5GB of cloud space as the same as recently launched Google Drive. LG has launched a PC client and an Android Mobile app for users to get use of the cloud storage.