Of the 52.8 million phones that were shipped in India in Q1 2016, 67% were locally assembled, according to CyberMedia Research. YoY sales saw a 4.7% decline, and a more drastic 12.8% decrease compared to Q4 2015. On the bright side, the government's ... Android Central, 2 weeks ago
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According to latest report by CyberMedia Research, 3.3 million premium smartphones (priced over Rs 30,000) were shipped to India during 2015, of the total 96.4 million smartphones shipped during the period. Samsung was the largest player in the ...Tele.net.in, 1 month ago Premium smartphone shipments to touch 5 million units in India this year: Report International Business Times India, 1 month ago Premium smartphone shipments expected to touch 5-million mark in 2016 IBNLive, 1 month ago Premium smartphones to hit 5 million mark in 2016 DNA, 1 month ago
"4.4 million tablet PCs were shipped in India in 2015, registering a growth of 13 percent compared with 2014," CyberMedia Research said in its India Annual Tablet PC Market Review report.Money Control, 2 months ago Android tablet sales soared while iPad's slumped in 2015: Report Hindustan Times, 2 months ago Android tablets more popular than iPads in 2015: report Deccan Chronicle, 2 months ago Tablet shipments reaches 4.4 million in India IBNLive, 2 months ago
A recent report by CyberMedia Research (CMR) has reflected the impact that Make in India has made to the smartphone industry. India shipped a total of 52.8 million handsets in the present quarterDigit.in, 2 weeks ago
NEW DELHI: Samsung pipped Apple to claim the No 1 spot in the premium smartphone segment (Rs 30,000 upwards) for 2015, though the Cupertino-based company could benefit most from the 51% growth expected in 2016 to 5 million unit sales, Cybermedia Research ...Economic Times, 1 month ago Samsung pips Apple to claim No. 1 spot in premium segment in India: CMR Times of India, 1 month ago Samsung pips Apple in India premium segment in '15 Economic Times, 1 month ago
: According to CyberMedia India's ( CMR ) India annual LTE (4G) Devices Market Review, 2015 , the total LTE (4G) device shipments in the country reached 33 million in Calendar Year 2015, a huge 1676% increase compared to last year. The 4G devices ...India Tech Online, 2 months ago 4G device sales jump by 17 times Asian Age, 2 months ago 4G device sales jump; Samsung, Lenovo and Xiaomi emerge as top 3 brands Deccan Chronicle, 2 months ago
Samsung is the leading brand for 4G smartphones in India, having acquired 35 percent market share in 2015, CyberMedia Research (CMR) revealed in its latest market analysis report Thursday. As per the findings, Lenovo and Xiaomi followed Samsung with ...International Business Times India, 2 months ago Samsung, Lenovo, Xiaomi top brands for 4G devices Economic Times, 2 months ago
By: Rajneesh De, DQ Channels, CyberMedia Rakesh Wani was a worried man some 12 months back. The administrator of the Mumbai-based NGO Pragatee Foundation was reeling under technology challenges—problems that might have seemed irrelevant to ...Dataquest, 1 month ago
NEW DELHI: Samsung and Datawind were locked in a battle of claims, with both claiming to be No. 1 in the tablets market in India for the January-March quarter. The Korean electronics major disputed recent data from market research agencies ...Economic Times, 2 hours ago Samsung Claims No.1 Position in the Indian Market Silicon India, 1 month ago Aakash Tablet manufacturer DataWind leads tablet sales so far, beats bigwigs Samsung, Lenovo, Apple, Microsoft Yourstory.in, 7 hours ago
Apple CEO Tim Cook's recent learning mission to India may open up new possibilities for the world's most valuable company. But here's the nub: it may not quite follow the script drawn up by the Indian government By the time you read this, Tim Cook, ...Livemint.com, 2 days ago Tim Cook's first visit to India was an exploratory mission, no clear-cut investment agenda Business Insider India, 3 days ago What's the reason behind Tim Cook's India visit? Times of India, 3 days ago Tim Cook's visit: will Apple invest more in India? Telecom Lead, 4 days ago
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