Excelsior Correspondent JAMMU, Nov 20: A recent study by Cyber Media Research (CMR) revealed that Lava has emerged as the challenger mobile handset brand across India. Among the Indian states, it has also become the No. 1 handset brand in Tamil ... Daily Excelsior.com, 2 weeks ago
Mobile shipments set to cross the 265mn mark in India this year - Techradar India, 1 week ago
Just 41 percent mobile users in India use smartphones - The Mobile Indian, 1 week ago
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New Delhi Taxi driver Haricharan would not trade his humble feature phone for any hi-fi smartphone. I can start chats (on Facebook Messenger) directly from the browser. On a smartphone you need to have two apps. Also, you end up paying much more ...Hindustan Times, 9 hours ago Smartphone shipments rise 25% in September quarter Economic Times, 1 month ago Smartphone shipments may shrink 18% in Oct-Dec Smart Investor, 1 week ago
NEW DELHI: Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus will stick to its online-only sales strategy, bucking the trend that has seen rivals such as Xiaomi and LeEco increasing focus on brick-and-mortar stores in India for higher volumes. It has also exited ...Times of India, 6 hours ago OnePlus to stick to online sales strategy Economic Times, 18 hours ago
Dhaturi, a dusty village in Haryana some 54 kilometres from the national capital, is like any other hamlet in North India: a cluster of half-plastered, concrete buildings housing kirana stores; semi-paved streets, on which buffaloes saunter, flanked ...ETCIO.com, 1 week ago Will rural India embrace cashless economy? Economic Times, 1 week ago Rebooting Bharat: Why the challenge to take digital payment to ru... TechGig, 1 week ago
Lenovo, Xiaomi, Vivo, Gionee lead the onslaught, beating Indian and global brands with smart deals and astute image management measures. Chinese smartphone brands are trouncing the competition in India. The latest market share data for the sector shows that companies such as Lenovo (includes Motorola), Xiaomi, Vivo, Oppo, Gionee are racing past their Indian counterparts. Low-cost marketing initiatives, smart positioning and a steadfast focus on providing maximum features at affordable ...Rediff.com, 1 week ago Lenovo, Xiaomi boost India smartphone market share Nikkei Asian Review, 2 weeks ago
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 India, 2 weeks ago Galaxy Note 7 debacle might affect Samsung's India revenues Times of India, 1 month ago Note 7 may hurt Samsung India's revenues in 2016 Economic Times, 1 month ago Note 7 debacle may hurt Samsung's India revenues; co rejects reports Economic Times, 1 month ago
When Korean telecom giant Samsung announced it would launch the Note 7 in August, there was much excitement in the Indian unit. The product, with new features such as Iris scanner, waterproof body, improved battery, wraparound glass and precise S ...Times of India, 2 weeks ago Why Note 7 debacle may persist until Samsung launches a successful product Economic Times, 2 weeks ago
Bharti AirtelBSE -0.55 % has awarded a $60 million (Rs 402 crore) pan-India deal to Finnish gear maker Nokia to implement voice-over-LTE (VoLTE) calling technology which may be launched within this year, people familiar with the matter said. ...Press Release Ping, 1 month ago Airtel signs Rs 402-crore deal with Nokia on VoLTE calling tech Economic Times, 1 month ago Nokia bags Rs 402 crore VoLTE deal from Bharti Airtel Times of India, 1 month ago
BENGALURU: The Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus sees India emerging as its largest market next year, surpassing China, the company's founder and CEO Pete Lau told TOI. He said the company will invest in India more than anywhere else in the world. ...Times of India, 1 month ago OnePlus: India will beat China next yr Times of India, 1 month ago
NEW DELHI: Samsung Electronics could lose up to 25% of its sales in India — and its long-standing No. 1 ranking —in the premium smartphone segment in the current quarter after scrapping the production and sale of the troubled Galaxy Note 7 ...Times of India, 1 month ago Apple, Google please take Note! Samsung is about to lose its No.1 spot in India Economic Times, 1 month ago Google Pixel faces pricing hurdle in India Nikkei Asian Review, 2 months ago Samsung scrapping flagship may boost Apple in the domestic market Economic Times, 1 month ago
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