The Indian company is making its US debut with the convertible tablet.
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Dual OS LapTab by MicroMax has the best of two worlds.
India's biggest mobile maker has plans to expand to Europe with this, its latest Android smart phone.
The as-yet-unnamed brand of handsets could launch in the burgeoning Indian market as early as next month, according to a report.
During its annual Build developer conference, Microsoft shows off the latest features of its mobile operating system.
The Chinese smartphone maker not only aims to churn out 40 million phones this year, it also appears to be creating a mobile device that doesn't cost much more than a tank of gas.
Smartphone use in India is growing four times faster than the global average, according to research firm Strategy Analytics.
Apple and Samsung may be top dogs here in the US, but other smartphone makers are taking root around the world in a big way.
Finnish company's lead in markets such as India and Indonesia is under increasing threat from local vendors, even as Asia's handset market is set to expand by 6.9 percent in 2012.
Android has a chance to lock down the low-cost smartphone market over the next three years--if it doesn't get ahead of itself.