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iPhone SE won't create the right niche for Apple in India

0 Faisal Kawoosa Apple's iPhone SE has been officially launched in the country today. iPhone SE is available in India in 32GB and 64GB variants at a price of Rs 39,000 and at Rs 49,000 respectively. So, is it going to be a game-changer ... Cyber India Online, 3 weeks ago
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Business Standard India

Samsung vs Apple: The game of musical chairs continues

The fight for supremacy in the premium smartphone segment between Samsung and Apple continues to create ripples in the Indian market. During the past two years, the war has attracted enough attention and evoked excitement among technology device ...
 Smart Investor6 hours ago

Phone-makers dial new revenue streams

Declining margins on handsets are forcing mobile manufacturers to turn app makers. Device-makers such as Xiaomi, Vivo, LeEco and Micromax are increasingly adding services to their repertoire, including gaming and video-on-demand to create newer ...
 Hindu Business Line2 days ago
Times of India

Samsung Claims No.1 Position in the Indian Market

BENGALURU: Samsung, a South Korean manufacturer of smartphones has recently claimed the top position in the premium smartphone segment for the year 2015. The company in this process has outpaced the American multinational technology organization, ...
 Silicon India2 weeks ago Samsung beats Apple to take up top spot in premium market segment  Equilibrio Informativo3 weeks ago As Apple plots India push, Samsung stakes turf with revamped phones  Equilibrio Informativo3 weeks ago Samsung pips Apple to claim No. 1 spot in premium segment in India: CMR  Times of India3 weeks ago
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How Chinese smartphones are eating into share of Indian brands

In 2015, as many as 15 major Chinese smartphone brands stepped into India. No new Indian smartphone brand captured the eyeballs Increasing activity by Chinese telecom handset makers and new entrants from that country are putting pressure on the market share of homegrown companies. In 2015, as many as 15 major Chinese smartphone brands stepped into India. No new Indian smartphone brand had captured the eyeballs. During the period, Chinese smartphone majors such as Xiaomi, Vivo, Oppo, Huawei and ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Chinese smartphones eat into share of Indian brands  Smart Investor3 weeks ago Apple to gain as India's premium smartphone segment projected to grow:report  Yahoo! India3 weeks ago Is India's $3.60 smartphone too good to be true?  BBC2 months ago
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Samsung Takes India's Premium Smartphone Crown in 2015: CMR

2015 was another remarkable year for smartphones. We saw different companies getting increasingly competitive and launch affordable products, and we also witnessed several new players arrive in the market. According to CyberMedia Research, 96.4 ...
 NDTV3 weeks ago Samsung, Lenovo, Xiaomi crowned top 4G handset brands in India in 2015: Report  International Business Times India1 month ago Samsung, Lenovo, Xiaomi top brands for 4G devices  Economic Times1 month ago
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'Premium smartphones to hit 5-mn mark in 2016'

Shipment of premium handsets (Rs 30,000 or above) is likely to touch 5-million mark this year in India, accounting for 3.5-4 per cent of the total smartphones shipped, according to CyberMedia Research (CMR). About 3.3 million premium devices ...
 Gizbot.com3 weeks ago Premium smartphone shipments expected to touch 5-million mark in 2016  IBNLive3 weeks ago Premium smartphones to hit 5 million mark in 2016  DNA India3 weeks ago Premium smartphone sales to hit 5-million mark in 2016: Report  Times of India3 weeks ago

Influx of Chinese smartphones eats share of local brands

Increasing activity by Chinese handset makers and new entrants from that country are putting pressure on the market share of homegrown companies. In 2015, as many as 15 major Chinese smartphone brands stepped into India. No new Indian smartphone ...
 Smart Investor3 weeks ago
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Xiaomi launches Mi5, to take on Apple, Samsung

While Xiaomi now aims to challenge Apple in the fastest-growing smartphone market in the world, the story of the two in India is surprisingly similar in many ways.      Two giants in the premium smartphones category - Apple and Samsung - now have a new challenger in India.  Xiaomi - the world's fifth largest smartphone company - on Thursday unveiled its flagship Mi5 handset, priced at Rs 24,999, with an aim to capture the fast growing premium smartphone segment. Xiaomi is ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago Xiaomi launches Mi5, throws challenge to Apple, Samsung in premium segment  Smart Investor4 weeks ago
Deccan Chronicle

4G device sales jump by 17 times

The sale of 4G devices rose by unprecedented 1,676 per cent or nearly 17 times in 2015 showing that Indians are fast adop-ting the latest technology, according to CyberMedia Research (CMR) India’s annual 4G LTE devices market review. The sales of ...
 Asian Age1 month ago Huge growth in 4G devices in India: CMR study  India Tech Online1 month ago 4G device sales jump; Samsung, Lenovo and Xiaomi emerge as top 3 brands  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago
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