1. froggyboy604

    Indian Government Plans To Overtake iOS And Android By Making It's Own OS

    I would like to try out India OS when it is finish. Hopefully, it would have a lot of cool apps, and games being made for it when India's mobile OS is released.
  2. froggyboy604

    BlackBerry KeyOne launches in India… with better specs, different manufacturer

    The Indian model is called the BlackBerry KeyOne Limited Edition Black, and it’s built and distributed by Optiemus. But while the TCL version of the phone has 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage, the version launching in India has 4GB of memory and 64GB of storage. Both versions feature Qualcomm...
  3. froggyboy604

    Ringing Bells Freedom 251 is a $4 smartphone for Indian market

    The Freedom 251 smartphone from Ringing Bells actually sells for less than $4. Ringing Bells is selling the phone for Rs. 251, which is about $3.66 in US dollars. So what do you get for that price? The Freedom 251 certainly isn’t a phone with stellar specs… but it looks surprisingly decent for...
  4. froggyboy604

    Indian Company to Launch $7 Smartphone on Wednesday

    Once considered a luxury product, a smartphone has grown to become a commodity over the years. But on Wednesday, things will reach a whole new level. As part of its attempt to connect every Indian, local smartphone manufacturer Ringing Bells 'with immense support from' the India government will...
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    India Wants to Replace Windows with the Debian-Based BOSS

    The Indian government is working on its operating system named BOSS, and it's planning on ditching any kind of Microsoft-related application. According to a report on, the BOSS distro Bharat Operating System Solutions is being worked on by the Centre for Development of Advanced...