Across Asia, there are a number of relatively new phone brands playing to their strengths in home markets, aiming to steal sales away from Samsung.
A list of smartphone producers that have a foothold in the Indonesian market and may stand to gain from the archipelago’s incoming regulation on 4G handsets.
(Updated on January 12: We removed Sat Nusapersada from this list because the data is still disputable.) Indonesia is one of the biggest smartphone markets in the world. Emarketer believes that the na...
Xiaomi’s Redmi Note is a powerful gadget priced at IDR 2 million. But there are already plenty of choices in that price range for Indonesians.
While handset manufacturer Evercoss doesn’t sell the kind of high-end phones that turn heads, the company can proudly say it is still the biggest local handset manufacturer in Indonesia.