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 la...
FreeCharge has just acquired Preburn, a Bangalore-based offline app distribution network. This is the second acquisition by Sequoia-backed Indian startup.
Samsung (005930:KS) said today that it plans to set up a factory to produce mobile phones in Indonesia. A Samsung representative tells Reuters, “We have been di...
Come September, the Global Mobile Internet Conference (GMIC), which has been a regular fixture in China, will arrive in India.
Watch out, Samsung: Xiaomi, Micromax, and more budget smartphones will eat 25% of your market share next year
Value-for-money smartphones from Xiaomi and others will eat 25 percent of Samsung’s global smartphone market share within a year, a Fitch Ratings report says.
Xiaomi Indonesia’s website lets you design a smartphone with $170 budget.
What if your phone could read your face? This ‘mad’ couple brings artificial intelligence to the smartphone camera
Mad Street Den uses artificial intelligence to enable any smartphone with a camera to detect facial expressions and react to them.
Meitu 2 is a phone for hardcore selfie takers and cutesy teenage girls, everyone else should steer clear (REVIEW)
With other Chinese phone makers offering better specs at lower prices, including the upcoming Xiaomi Mi 4, we can’t recommend this phone to anyone except the m...
Jolla, the Finnish smartphone maker best known for being Finnish, has begun selling devices in Hong Kong.
In new numbers for Q2 2014 from Canalys, Xiaomi has leap-frogged Samsung to become China biggest smartphone brand in terms of shipments.
Samsung launches three new budget phones, and the Moto G gets a price cut in India. Does Xiaomi have something to do in this?
Consumers in India are getting irked with the series of flash sales of the Mi 3 by Xiaomi
Huawei shipped over 34 million smartphones so far this year thanks to big screens and emerging markets
Chinese gadget maker and telecoms giant Huawei shipped 34.27 million smartphones in the first six months of the year, the company revealed today.
Xiaomi reveals it sold 57.36 million phones in its first three years of operation today as the company launches a new flagship smartphone.
Despite scooping up Hugo Barra, Google’s former Android VP, Chinese phone-maker Xiaomi is still slower than some rivals at Android updates.
Free messaging app Hike, the Indian answer to WhatsApp, Line, and WeChat, has hit number one on the Google Play Store in India, toppling WhatsApp, and Facebook.
Xiaomi Mi3 is priced at INR 13,999 (US$232) in India. That makes it far cheaper than Samsung’s top-selling phones with similar specifications.
Mobile reward platform Airloyal boasts of a million instances of brand engagement in 90 days and has given away rewards worth US$50,000 to its users.
Pakistan's smartphone adoption has reached between 7 and 10 percent of the population. And Android is top. See more data for 2014 in this infographic.