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LAVA expands its Iris portfolio with Iris X1 Grand and Iris X1 Mini
VAR India

LAVA expands its Iris portfolio with Iris X1 Grand and Iris X1...

Mobility Channel, New Arrival January 28, 2015 , by admin No Comments 1 lava-Iris-X1-Mini LAVA International has announced the launch of LAVA Iris X1 Grand and Iris X1 mini, enhanced offerings of its long-running LAVA Iris X1 launched earlier in ... VAR India, 4 days ago

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Lava hits sweet spot in smartphones

As the demand for mobile phones soars in India, few handset makers see a brighter 2015 than home-grown Lava International. The company aims to more than double its revenue by March to $1 billion, or about Rs 6,300 crore, from Rs 2,909 crore in the ...
 Business Standard India3 weeks ago LAVA Launches Iris Alfa, A Stylish 5 ...  EFYTimes.com1 week ago Lava Rolls Out Five-Inch Iris Alfa for Rs.6,500  New Indian Express1 week ago Xiaomi launches flagship mobile device Mi 4 at Rs 19,999  Moneycontrol.com3 days ago
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From fridge, TV to mobiles, Samsung's big success in India

  Samsung has been facing competition from local mobile handset makers like Micromax, Lava and Karbonn but it has maintained its lead in smartphones. When it first set up shop in India in 1995, Samsung Electronics was a consumer electronics giant that gave local manufacturers a run for their money in televisions and refrigerators.  Two decades later, Samsung has become a mobile handset company that also has presence in consumer electronics. In the financial year ended March, 69 per ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Smartphone maker Maxx Mobilink to start local manufacturing of handsets  India Brand Equity Foundation1 week ago
Times of India

Lava launches Iris Fuel 60 with 4000 mAh battery

NEW DELHI: Home-bred mobile maker Lava Tuesday expanded its 'iris Fuel' series of high power battery smartphones with the launch of Iris Fuel 60 and priced it at Rs 8,888. The device comes equipped with 4000 mAh battery that offers up to 32 hours ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Lava Launches New Smartphone For Rs 8,888  Silicon India1 month ago Lava Iris Fuel 60 review: Budget phone with big battery  Times of India1 month ago Lava Iris Fuel 60 launched in India for 8,888  India Today1 month ago
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International Business Times India

Xolo One to get Android 5.0 Lollipop update

NEW DELHI: Xolo, the sub brand of mobile vendor Lava, will roll out an Android 5.0 Lollipop software update for its budget smartphone, Xolo One, starting January 16, as the company prepares to make a further dent in the sales of Android One ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago Xolo One to Recieve Android 5.0 Lollipop Update from 16 Jan  International Business Times India2 weeks ago
Times of India

Lava to acquire Nokia's Chennai mobile phone plant report

Indian smartphone vendor Lava International is in talks to acquire Nokia's Chennai handset factory. Lava and Nokia have signed a nondisclosure agreement, people familiar with the talks told The Economic Times. "Lava's manufacturing team has already ...
 Telecompaper2 months ago Lava in talks to buy Nokia's Chennai plant: Sources  Times of India2 months ago Lava may raise Nokia's Chennai plant from dead  Economic Times2 months ago Noida-based Lava may buy Nokia's Chennai plant  Business Today India2 months ago
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Xolo expects to triple revenue to $1 billion by 2016-end

NEW DELHI: Xolo, a brand owned by mobile-phone vendor Lava, expects to triple revenue to $1 billion by the end of 2016 as it seeks to widen market share by introducing more devices with an enhanced proprietary user interface that will enable ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Xolo Expects To Triple Revenue to USD 1 Billion by 2016-End  Communications Today1 month ago
IndiaPost

Govt sets up joint task force to boost mobile manufacturing

oint task force, which will include industry representatives from Samsung, Microsoft Devices and Lava, to rejuvenate nation's mobile phone manufacturing ecosystem with a view to achieve production of 500 million units of mobile handsets by 2019. Industry body ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Government sets up joint task force to boost mobile manufacturing  Jagran Post1 month ago Government Establishes Joint Task Force To Foster Mobile Phone Manufacturing In India  EFYTimes.com1 month ago Task force set up to boost mobile manufacturing  IndiaPost1 month ago
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Christian Science Monitor

Lava Mae provides mobile showers for homeless people

Funded by Google and Indiegogo, a San Francisco nonprofit turns old buses into much-needed shower facilities for those living on the streets. A homeless man begs for money in the financial district of San Francisco. Lava Mae, a shower service ...
 Christian Science Monitor1 month ago VIDEO: Mobile showers for the homeless  BBC2 months ago Mobile showers for the homeless  BBC2 months ago

UP Government ropes in Rs 5k cr investment for mobile manufacturing units

LUCKNOW: The Uttar Pradesh government yesterday secured investment deals valued at Rs 5,000 crore with companies like Samsung, Spice Mobiles, Lava and cellular associations for setting up mobile manufacturing units in the state. "We want to make ...
 Economic Times4 days ago Mobile phone firms to invest Rs 3,000 cr in UP  Financial Express5 days ago
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