Experts say launches would pick up pace from mid-March. With the adverse effect of demonetisation slowly wearing off, the fast-growing smartphone market in the country is set to regain its vigour. After the government had banned the old series Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes on November 8, the severe cash crunch in the economy had hit sales and led to a near freeze in smartphone launches. With the demand reviving, launches restarted in late January. About 80 new devices would come into the market by ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
The five key components, which are indispensable for any smartphone, cost more than Rs 2,000 even for a budget 3G-enabled 3.5-inch handset, reports Arnab Dutta/Business Standard from New Delhi. Waiting for a smartphone with standard features, packed with all basic applications (apps) and costs less than Rs 2,000? You may have to wait a bit longer than you probably had expected, because manufacturing standard smartphones priced below Rs 2,000 is not yet feasible in India. As the Union ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
India’s largest competitor in terms of economic growth , China, has it taking over the smartphone market. The Chinese smartphone makers started gaining momentum with the likes of Xiaomi , Gionee, OnePlus, Lenovo and Oppo. Over the last five year, the growth ...Trak.in, 2 months ago
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