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Samsung to make the Tizen Z1 in India, but can the phone compete with rivals?

Samsung Launches Tizen Smartphone In India

At less than $100, the Z1 will be able to compete with low-price offerings by manufacturers like Micromax TEXT SIZE : A | A | A TOOLS Hyun Chil Hong, president and chief executive of Samsung India Electronics, and Bollywood actress Huma ... Businessworld India, 2 weeks ago

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From fridge, TV to mobiles, Samsung's big success in India

  Samsung has been facing competition from local mobile handset makers like Micromax, Lava and Karbonn but it has maintained its lead in smartphones. When it first set up shop in India in 1995, Samsung Electronics was a consumer electronics giant that gave local manufacturers a run for their money in televisions and refrigerators.  Two decades later, Samsung has become a mobile handset company that also has presence in consumer electronics. In the financial year ended March, 69 per ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Samsung's Mobile Moment of Truth  Information.com2 weeks ago Lessons from Samsung's Declining Mobile Business  Dynamic CIO1 month ago Samsung aims for emerging smartphone markets with Tizen  Red Herring1 week ago
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Samsung Galaxy S5 Most-Preferred Model Of 2014: Survey

— New Delhi, Jan. 15: Samsung is the most preferred brand in the country followed by Micromax, Karbonn, Lava, Motorola, Apple, HTC, LG, Sony and others, according to a study by, a price comparison site of the country. Also, ...
 Channel Times1 week ago Samsung Galaxy S5 to be the most-preferred model of 2014:  India Infoline1 week ago Unravels A Detailed ...  EFYTimes.com1 week ago
International Business Times India

Micromax Canvas Nitro vs Samsung Galaxy Core Prime for buyers in India

The Micromax Canvas Nitro A310 has been fairly popular since it released in India in September, while the Samsung Galaxy Core Prime became available more recently in November. Both are smartphones for the affordable end of the market, and so today ...
 Phones Review4 weeks ago Xiaomi To Offer Redmi Note 4G Sans Registration As Micromax, Lenovo Ratchet Up Competition  International Business Times5 days ago Battle of Budget Smartphones: Micromax YU Yureka, Xiaomi Redmi Note and Nokia Lu  International Business Times India3 weeks ago Xiaomi Redmi 2 vs Samsung Galaxy Core Prime specs shootout  Phones Review2 days ago

Task force set up to boost mobile manufacturing

NEW DELHI: The Government has set up a joint task force, which will include industry representatives from Samsung, Microsoft Devices and Lava, to rejuvenate nation's mobile phone manufacturing ecosystem with a view to achieve production of 500 ...
 IndiaPost3 weeks ago Govt sets up joint task force to boost mobile manufacturing  Business Standard India4 weeks ago Government sets up joint task force to boost mobile manufacturing  Express Computer India4 weeks ago Spice to invest Rs 500 crore to set up manufacturing unit in UP  Media Nama7 hours ago

Every third mobile sold in India is a smartphone

Though Samsung remained No. 1 in terms of market share, Micromax was close behind. Festival demand boosted domestic mobile shipments in the third quarter of this year, making India the fastest growing market in Asia Pacific with a quarter-on-quarter growth of ...
 Economic Times2 months ago MARKET PIE : Global share of smartphone makers  4 Traders1 month ago Indian mobile phone market may pip Japan's by 2014 end: Report  Economic Times2 months ago Phablets Eating Into India's Growing Tablet Market  CXOtoday1 day ago
Times of India

Samsung expands lead over Micromax in India’s smartphone market

arket in September, while Nokia retained its third spot, significantly ahead of Lava and Karbonn, data from research firm Gfk showed. Gfk data for July, August and September showed South Korea's Samsung had achieved a 33% market share at the end of the period ...
 Economic Times2 months ago Samsung widens lead over Micromax in smartphone market: Study  Times of India2 months ago

The ripple effects of Vineet Taneja joining Micromax

Mr. Taneja, who has worked with Nokia in the past, recently left Samsung to join Micromax. Photo: Shashi Ashiwal Anuj Srivas is a technology and business reporter for The Hindu. He likes to call out abuse of any kind on the internet and is a firm ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Samsung Tops Indian Tablet Market Share, Followed By Micromax, iBall

When iPad from Apple first arrived on the scene few years back, tablets were looked upon with awe. Anyone carrying a tablet for meeting was always got a second look. However, things have changed over time. The initial awe about this large screen devices has ...
 Trak.in2 months ago Samsung leads India tablet market with 22.2 per cent share: IDC  Economic Times2 months ago

India the Fastest Growing Asia Pacific Smartphone Market in Q3: IDC

The top five smartphone vendors that contributed to these results are Samsung, Micromax, Lava, Karbonn, and Motorola.According to the report, Samsung dominated the Indian smartphone market in Q3 with a market share of 24 percent, dropping 5 percent from Q2, ...
 NDTV2 months ago Smartphone Sales In India Up By 32% In Q3: IDC  Techtree2 months ago India fastest growing smartphone market in Asia Pacific  Rediff.com2 months ago
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