Qualcomm organized ‘India On 2011’ on August 30 in the Indian capital, and we were there to bring you all the Android action and well the event was full of it. Companies went on to launch six Android devices including five smartphones, and one tablet. This event was also used as a platform to showcase many other devices that use Qualcomm chips, and over 70% of those devices at display were running Android.
If you missed anything from our vast coverage, here is quick wrap up for you.
Sony Ericsson Xperia Active, Ray debut in India
MTS launches two budget CDMA Android smartphones in India
MapmyIndia releases India’s first navigation tablet Carpad
HTC announces Evo 3D in India, coming soon for INR 36K
Hands on features:
LG Optimus Net, Pro hands on [Images]
Motorola Fire hands on [Images]
HTC Evo 3D hands on [Images]
Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray, Active hands on [Images]
MapmyIndia CarPad hands on [Images]
Vodafone to launch Android powered Smart in India next month
LG E510F aka Univa hands on [Images]