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GOOGLE 'C' : LOW-COST ANDROID ONE TO HAVE INDIAN TOUCH

06/30/2014 | 03:27am US/Eastern Recommend: Google has tied up with Indian handset makers Micromax, Karbonn and Spice to develop smartphones that will be priced below $100 . Some of these smartphones will be launched in Sep 2014 . 4 Traders, 1 month ago
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Indian phone makers look to penetrate Russia

Local smartphone makers Micromax, Karbonn, Lava and Intex have eaten into market shares of multinationals Nokia and BlackBerry, though South Korea's Samsung still leads the market. Now the four are eyeing Russia. But going beyond neighbours ...
 Smart Investor1 week ago Indian handset makers to set shop in Russia amid stiff competition  Business Standard1 week ago
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Karbonn to launch three Windows Phones, priced from around $130

Earlier today, we delivered our verdict on the Nokia Lumia 630 , Microsoft's new entry-level Windows Phone 8.1 handset. As the device continues its global rollout, it will face intensecompetition within its price range, not just from increasingly ...
 Neowin.net2 weeks ago Windows Phone 8.1 update expected next month  Yahoo! India1 week ago Karbonn Confirms 3 Windows Phone 8.1 Devices Coming Soon  Softpedia2 weeks ago
Times of India

Karbonn launches Titanium S99 with Android KitKat at Rs 5,990

NEW DELHI: Following the likes of Micromax and Lava, Indian handset brand Karbonn has launched its entry-level Android KitKat smartphone, Titanium S99, to take on Motorola's Moto E. The phone is priced at Rs 5,990. Karbonn Titanium S99 sports a ...
 Times of India1 month ago Budget KitKat OS phone, Karbonn Titanium S99 launched at Rs. 5990  Daily Bhaskar1 month ago Karbonn launches affordable budget phone with decent specs  Daily Bhaskar1 month ago Karbonn Titanium S99 Android KitKat powered smartphone launches in India for Rs 5990  Telecom Tiger1 month ago
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Top Smartphones Under Rs 10,000 (July, 2014)

A couple of years ago, budget smartphone catalogue was only limited to domestic players such as Micromax, Karbonn, and LAVA. Now with biggies such as Nokia and Motorola looking to grab some market share, users are spoilt for the choice. Today, you ...
 TechTree2 weeks ago
Daily Bhaskar

Android One: Micromax, Spice and Karbonn big winners at Google I/O

Google announced a new project that aims to bring low cost (in fact cheap) high-end phones to smartphone buyers. The search giant announced the Android One initiative today in partnership with three Indian smartphone manufacturers. This Google ...
 Daily Bhaskar1 month ago Android One: Win-Win game for Micromax, Spice and Karbonn  Daily Bhaskar1 month ago

We’re targeting ₹8,000-cr revenue in FY15, says Karbonn Chairman

When Indian mobile phone- makers such as Micromax and Karbonn Mobiles started operations, many industry watchers were sceptical about their success in a market crowded by multinational brands. But in a few years, these companies managed to overtake giants ...
 Business Line3 weeks ago Could £26 smartphone signal start of price war?  AOL UK3 days ago Were Targeting Rs 8,000-Cr Revenue in FY15, Says Karbonn Chairman  Communications Today3 weeks ago Were targeting ₹8,000-cr revenue in FY15, says Karbonn Chairman  INooz3 weeks ago

How Chinese smartphone makers plan to take on Micromax, Karbonn

The Made-in-China tag may have foxed handset players four-five years back but not anymore. While it comes with the attendant baggage of questions on quality, brands are increasingly mastering ways to work around it.   After the multinational players such as Nokia and Samsung had dug their heels in, Indian handset players rode in on the next wave (around 2008-09). Importing almost all their products from China, players such as Micromax and Karbonn snatched market share from the MNCs.
 Rediff.com1 month ago Standing out in a Chinese branded assembly line  Business Standard India1 month ago
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Times of India

Micromax, Karbonn's wishlist for the new government

Handset makers in India want the new BJP-led government to rationalise local tax structures.
 Times of India2 months ago

Karbonn launches KitKat-powered Titanium S99 at Rs 5,990

Following domestic vendors like Micromax, Lava, and iBerry, the Indian handset brand Karbonn has gone the economical way by launching a new low-end Android Smartphone, the Titanium S99, at a price point of 5,990. Along with that the phone also runs on the ...
 Silicon India1 month ago
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