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Samsung Blues: Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Now in a Coral Blue Colour
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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge now available in Blue Coral

Samsung India Electronics announced the launch of a new colour variant of its hugely successful flagship device Galaxy S7 edge. In addition to its existing four colours, the smartphone will now be available in an elegant new Blue Coral colour. The ... 5 Dariya News - English, 2 days ago

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Samsung, Apple, Motorola and Micromax make 65 percent of the second hand market in India: Cashify survey

Lurking somewhere behind the booming smartphone segment is an active seconds market. And, hasn't it always been there? Go back by a decade, and most of us will remember walking into a local mobile store, and exchanging our older phone for a ...
 Tech2 firstpost.com1 week ago LG V20 smartphone to launch in India soon at Rs 54,999  Times of India1 week ago Chinese Smartphones Buck Boycott Drive on Indian Social Media  Sputnik1 week ago LENOVO : Catches Up with Samsung in India  4 Traders1 week ago
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Times of India

Samsung shipped most 4G smartphones in India for Q3 2016: Report

KOLKATA: Samsung continued to dominate India's high-end smartphone space with a 32.1% market share in the 4G phones category, followed by China's Lenovo (14.6%) and Lyf (10.7%) in the third quarter of calendar 2016, although the country is far from ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago Xiaomi sold over 2 million smartphones between July-September in India: IDC  Times of India1 week ago India market: Handset shipments to reach 265 million units in 2016, says firm  DigiTimes Taiwan2 weeks ago Xiaomi sells a record 2 Mn+ smartphones in India, 150% YoY growth in Q3'16  The Tech Portal1 week ago
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The Mobile Indian

Not even a single unit of Galaxy Note 7 was sold in India, Samsung

In a reply to Minister of State for Civil Aviation, Samsung today denied of any incident arising out of Note 7 sold in India. About a couple of months back on September 23rd, 2016, there was a report of Galaxy Note 7 emitting smoke while kept in ...
 The Mobile Indian3 weeks ago Samsung: No Galaxy Note 7 fire incident reported from India  Times of India3 weeks ago SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS : said not even a single unit of Galaxy Note 7 was sold in the country  4 Traders3 weeks ago

Samsung makes product buying easier with special offers

Samsung India today announced a host of special offers on its consumer electronics products range allowing consumers to buy now and pay later in easy monthly installments. During the offer period till December 31, 2016, consumers purchasing Samsung ...
 5 Dariya News - English2 weeks ago
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Samsung to only launch 4G VoLTE-enabled smartphones for the Indian market

Korean electronics major Samsung will launch only 4G/VoLTE enabled smartphones in India as the market has shifted totally towards this end, a company official said today. The post Samsung to only launch 4G VoLTE-enabled smartphones for the Indian market ...
 Tech21 month ago Samsung to launch only 4G smartphones in future  Business Standard1 month ago Samsung will only launch 4G smartphones in India  catchnews.com1 month ago
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Note 7 fiasco: Samsung offers alternatives like Galaxy S7, S7 Edge to appease India customers

Samsung Electronics has offered alternative phones to its India customers who had pre-ordered its flagship Galaxy Note 7 devices, in a bid to appease loyal clients in one of its largest smartphone markets. The post Note 7 fiasco: Samsung offers alternatives ...
 Tech21 month ago Samsung offers alternatives to Note 7 to appease India users  Money Control1 month ago Samsung offers alternative phones to Note 7 to appease India customers  Reuters1 month ago
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Sify

Samsung launches 'Galaxy On Nxt' smartphone at Rs 18,490

New Delhi - Expanding its "Galaxy On Series" portfolio, Samsung India on Friday launched a mid-segment smartphone "Galaxy On Nxt" for Rs 18,490 in India. The 5.5-inch, full-HD "Galaxy On Nxt" has 2.5D Gorilla Glass, powerful octa-core processor, 3GB RAM and ...
 Sify1 month ago Samsung launches Galaxy On8 on Flipkart at Rs 15,900  Sify2 months ago Samsung launches two new J-series smartphones  Prokerala2 months ago Samsung launches Galaxy A9 Pro for Rs 32,490  Prokerala2 months ago
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Money Control

Samsung Electronics invests Rs 1,970 crore in its Noida plant

The Government of Uttar Pradesh approved the investment by Samsung India Electronics under Super Mega A by the state’s Cabinet Committee in Lucknow.
 Money Control1 month ago Samsung to invest Rs.1970 crore in UP to further boost Make in India  Fone Arena1 month ago
Reuters

Samsung phone emits smoke on Indian airline flight

A Samsung Electronics smartphone stored in an overhead baggage compartment on an Indian plane emitted smoke in mid-flight on Friday, India's aviation regulator said, but there was no damage and the aircraft landed safely. Passengers on board an IndiGo flight ...
 Reuters2 months ago Samsung Note 2 emits smoke on board IndiGo plane  Sify2 months ago
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