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Xiaomi joins Samsung as Indias top smartphone maker
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Xiaomi joins Samsung as Indias top smartphone maker

Xiaomi and Samsung are jointly the top smartphone brands in India, according to International Data Corporation latest report. The latest Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker by IDC for Q3 2017 reveals that Xiaomi along with Samsung captured 23.5 percent market ... Asia Net India, 4 weeks ago
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Samsung UK’s 2nd biggest smartphone brand, behind Apple

While Apple led the UK smartphone market with just over 34 per cent market share despite sales declining sequentially, Samsung has become the second largest brand. (File Photo) While Apple led the UK smartphone market with just over 34 per cent market share ...
 MSN India2 weeks ago Samsung second largest smartphone brand in UK market  Business Standard3 weeks ago Samsung becomes the second largest smartphone brand in UK behind Apple  First Post.com3 weeks ago Samsung 2nd largest smartphone brand in UK  SME Times2 weeks ago
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Samsung regains top slot as most attractive brand

FC Bureau City: New Delhi The fourth in its series, India’s Most Attractive Brands Report 2017 (MAB), has highlighted the country’s top 1000 brands based on attractiveness, as per consumer perceptions based on a primary research methodology. Though the ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago Tata only Indian company in country's most attractive brands index, Patanjali jumps to 12th spot from 87  DNA1 month ago Tata among top five in India's most attractive brands index  Business Standard1 month ago Apple world's most valuable brand  Business Standard2 months ago

Neck and neck with Samsung, Xiaomi grows real big in India

Riding on the success of its Redmi Note 4 device, Xiaomi has become the fastest growing smartphone brand in the third quarter of 2017, with a growth of 292 per cent Year-on-Year (YoY), market research firm Counterpoint Research said on Tuesday. The Chinese ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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How Many of These Nokia Phones Have You Used?

Today, top smartphone brands like Apple and Samsung are known to dominate the smartphone industry. But, there was a time when Nokia ruled it and like how! How Many of these Nokia phones have you used? The good news is that you can buy these phones as well. Nokia N73 Buy Nokia N73 Mobile Phone @ Rs 1499 Nokia N73 looks elegant and perfectly suits the image of a working professional. By then, Nokia had started taking the camera bit seriously. With a 3.2 MP camera with Carl ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Aim to make Nokia one of top smartphone brands in 3-5 yrs: HMD  Business Standard2 months ago
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OnePlus beats Apple and Samsung to emerge as most trusted phone brand in India : CMR

OnePlus has emerged as the most trusted phone brand in India. According to the latest survey by CyberMedia Research (CMR), OnePlus has achieved the highest customer satisfaction rating of all time, as 100% of OnePlus buyers are satisfied with the brand.
 Fone Arena2 months ago OnePlus Is India’s Most Trusted Phone Brand! The Reasons May Surprise You  Trak.in2 months ago
Business Standard

Samsung carves a local identity for its brand

Requires you to share personal information like date of birth, income, location amongst other fields. This information alongwith your contact information will be shared with the partners associated with this program, who contribute towards subsidizing the ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago

It's art... It's a TV... It's a Samsung Frame!

You might get a more technologically advanced TV at the same price point, but none that would come with pre-installed artwork, says Abhik Sen. Photographs: Courtesy samsung.com The television used to be called the idiot box earlier (some still call it that). Today, we keep talking about smart TVs (and various contraptions that could make the "dumb" ones smart). With Samsung's Frame TV (2.74 lakh for the 55-inch one), it seems televisions could get a brand new moniker. The Frame TV ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago
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Nokia is back but will its smartphone conquer?

The once-popular brand plans to try its luck in the smartphone market with reliability as its key proposition. IMAGE: The Nokia 8 smartphone. Photograph: Courtesy Nokia.com. Pekka Rantala has travelled extensively through every major mobile handset market over the past decades during his association with Nokia. Rantala, who had been with Nokia for 17 years -- between 1994 and 2011 -- holding positions from an exports manager to senior vice-president, marketing, has experienced all the ups and ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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How Samsung is hellbent on AI, IoT to 'connect' Indian consumers

New Delhi: As smartphones move on to the next level of innovation ruled by Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things (IoT) technologies, Samsung is fast developing future-ready devices to enhance consumer experience in India. The focus, says Asim ...
 Sify2 weeks ago How Google Pixel 2 can threaten Apple, Samsung in premium segment  Sify2 months ago
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