B2X wants to transform the traditional smartphone servicing ecosystem in India with multi-brand customer care centers to handle products from the top manufacturers.
Pre-orders do not equate to sales, but the figure provides a strong outlook for the smartphone maker that just re-entered China under its new owner, Lenovo.
2014 was a blockbuster year for smartphones, with 1.3 billion shipped in 2014, says the latest data from IDC.
Motorola revealed today that it has sold three million smartphones in India since the brand relaunched in the country in February 2014.
Now that Motorola is owned by China’s Lenovo, Moto is making a return to the country - but minus all the Google apps.
Lenovo has completed its acquisition of Motorola; that's good news in its own right, but could this also be a boost to Lenovo's plans to launch a new mobile brand in China?
The search for the one best smartphone ends here in the list of the top smartphones available in India
Jolla is priced just a bit more than Mi 3. But then all those frustrated by Xiaomi flash sales might find the smartphone from the land of Nokia to be a great option.
It was another lottery in India for the sale of Xiaomi's Redmi 1S, just like it had been for the Mi 3 earlier. 40,000 units of Redmi 1S sold out in 4.2 seconds
The Xiaomi business model requires it to enter a new market with low volumes. But the huge attraction for its value-for-money phones in India poses a quixotic challenge
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.
A lot has happened over the week in India’s smartphone arena. OnePlus announced its entry, Xiaomi’s fifth flash sales repeated its earlier successes, Alcatel launched 3 smartphones, and Moto G said fa...
Samsung launches three new budget phones, and the Moto G gets a price cut in India. Does Xiaomi have something to do in this?
Flipkart revealed that shoppers have bought one million Motorola phones in the past five months. That covers three models: the Moto E, Moto G, and Moto X.
It's becoming increasingly easier to get a great phone at a low price, but can Motorola conquer Asia with the Moto G? Here's our review.
It has emerged today that Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) ploughed $750 million into Lenovo (HKG:0992) at the end of last month. It’s related to the deal for Lenovo to acquire Motorola Mobility that was announce...
Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) has confirmed that it’s selling Motorola Mobility – the phone-maker division of Motorola that it acquired in 2012 – to Lenovo (HKG:0992) for $2.91 billion. Google CEO Larry Page, ...