A new CMR study (via PTI) about premium market space in India, Faisal Kawoosa, Lead Analyst, Telecoms at CMR said, "The high-end smartphone market is expected to grow 19% in 2016 as against 15% in the previous year. The post After budget smartphones, Chinese ... Tech2, 1 month ago
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New Delhi, July 27 (IANS) Most of us who thronged cyber cafes in the late 1990s and a little into 2000s for surfing the internet, checking emails, night-long chats and online dating (for some lucky souls, though) can never forget the initiation into ...IrishSun.com, 1 day ago Can the Verizon deal revive Yahoo, expand jobs in India? Manorama Online, 1 day ago Can Verizon's takeover save Yahoo, expand jobs in India? Techradar India, 1 day ago
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Washington/New Delhi, July 27 (IANS) As the sales of Apple iPhones went through a global slowdown barring in India, the Cupertino-based tech giant's CEO Tim Cook has announced to soon open retail stores in the country — a move that brings to the ...Can India News, 1 day ago Apple ready to open retail stores in India: Apple Chief Tim Cook IndUS Business Journal, 1 day ago
Nokia And BlackBerry, the two handset legacies of its times are struggling hard for their survival in the highly contested smartphone market and have not given up. The leader of the market once upon a time, both the tech giants needs to understand ...CXOtoday, 3 weeks ago Hopes Alive For Come Back Of Nokia And BlackBerry Channel Times, 4 weeks ago Nokia and Blackberry in limbo Asian Lite, 4 weeks ago
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NEW DELHI: Emerging mobile handset vendors will ship 32.5 million smartphone units, by the end of this year. This shipment would represent 25% of overall shipments, up from 15.2 million units in 2015, gaining momentum rapidly in the burgeoning ...Times of India, 4 weeks ago Emerging brands will ship 25% of overall smartphone units this year, says CMR TechGig, 4 weeks ago Emerging smartphone brands to ship 32.5 million smartphone units this year: CMR study Economic Times, 4 weeks ago Emerging brands to ship 32.5 million smartphone units this year: CMR study Economic Times, 4 weeks ago
Emerging brands in the Indian smartphone market are gaining momentum. According to CMR's India Emerging Smartphone Brands Report 2016, one in every four smartphones sold in 2016 would be from an emerging brand. In 2015, 15.2 million smartphones ...JOLLYBOSS, 4 weeks ago Sales of emerging mobiles pick up Deccan Chronicle, 4 weeks ago Emerging brands gain market share in Indian smartphone segment JOLLYBOSS, 4 weeks ago India-smartphone: Chinese players expand share in booming market Nikkei Asian Review, 1 month ago
BENGALURU: A recent report from the CMR (Cyber Media Research) suggests that Apple and Samsung continues to hold the top position in the Indian market of premium smartphones with a share of about 27.3 and 44 percent respectively. The report also ...Silicon India, 4 weeks ago Samsung vs Apple: The musical chair continues Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Reliance Jio's LYF was India's third largest selling mobile phone brand in the March quarter with a 12.6% market share, says Cyber Media Research report Mumbai: Even before it launches its operations commercially, Reliance Jio Infocomm, the telecom ...Livemint.com, 1 month ago
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