Post-festival depression causes a dip in smartphone shipments. High spec phones at value-for-money price points may perk things up again this year.
Today is a red letter day in India for Chinese smartphone-makers: Xiaomi has flash sales for both 16GB and 64GB variants of its flagship killer Mi 4 at 5pm India time. And OnePlus has a 24-hours open ...
Mi 4, priced at INR 19,999 (US$325), will be sold exclusively on Indian ecommerce site Flipkart.
The latest figures from IDC show that smartphone shipments in India grew 82 percent in the past 12-month period, while China saw growth of just 10.8 percent.
The battle between two cool Chinese phonemakers has extended to two ecommerce platforms in their most sought-after market, India.
Apart from the flash sales at Flipkart, the Redmi Note will also be sold at the Indian Telco Airtel’s flagship stores starting December 2.
The M3 runs a quad-core MediaTek chipset, Android 4.4 KitKat, and a massive battery to let you charge other devices via USB cable.
Quick look at the some of the best smartphones that fulfill the value-for-money quotient for the Indians.
Arriving first in India, this is the first installment of Google’s promise to offer a stock Android experience at an affordable price.
Huawei is taking a dig at the Xiaomi Redmi 1s and Android One devices by introducing Honor Holly in India first.
The iPhone 6 Plus will battle with large screen Galaxy Note 4 this festive season in India
Indian consumers should get their wallets ready to officially pre-order the OnePlus One.
Indian ecommerce portals offer prebooked iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus online; promise the delivery in 14 major cities by October 17.
The partnership means a new smartphone from Micromax will probably come pre-loaded with CyanogenMod
The low-cost smartphone race in India is getting hotter. A handful of handsets makers are rolling out low-cost phones with top-of-the-line features.
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.
YouTube offline will resolve one of the main pain-points for budget smartphone users in India - unreliable and unaffordable downloads.