Nokia expects 5G field trials in India later this year
Nokia is currently working with Airtel and BSNL to test 5G technology, and define the new technology roadmap as part of separate agreements.
Maharashtra will be the first state to adopt this model.
Apple fails to establish foothold in market share, local production and retail presence in India
Long struggling with India strategy, the iconic iPhone maker has failed to establish a foothold here.
Samsung to launch US retail stores in smartphone push
The move ramps up Samsung's efforts to compete on the home turf of Apple, which has hundreds of retail outlets in the US and around the world.
Just 2 companies control 50% of India's smartphone market
In 2017, Xiaomi had 20.9 per cent market share, compared to 24.7 per cent share of Samsung.
Samsung wants to spoil its customers for choice in India
Korean giant plans to launch a new A series of smartphones in March to target ‘millennials’ with a price range of between Rs 10,000 & Rs 50,000.
HP India sees big promise in premium laptops
Personal computer maker HP is betting on premium laptops to drive sales in the Indian market as the company sees a surge in demand for devices with efficient features and better design.
HP bets big on premium laptops, brings in Spectre range to India
The company, which has today launched its premium Spectre range that comprises HP Spectre Folio and HP Spectre x360 in India.
Indian smartphone market expands 14.5 pc in 2018: IDC
During the December quarter, smartphone shipment expanded 19.5 per cent year-on-year to 36.3 million units from 30.3 million units in the same period the previous year.
Xiaomi leads India smartphone market in 2018, Samsung second
Xiaomi, Samsung, Vivo, Realme and OPPO emerged as the top five smartphone vendors in terms of market share in Q4 2018 in India.
Chinese phones mute Indian brands
Indian brands which used to lord over the burgeoning smartphone market till just four years ago - are just a pale shadow of their dominant self.
Local handset cos. eye global market to drive volumes
Analysts say that a better bet will be to increase focus on the under-$100 (around Rs 7,000) smartphone segment and on feature phones, which still offer huge volumes in India.
How OnePlus won smartphone market
What has worked most for the company is the pricing. In this extremely price-sensitive market, OnePlus is seen as great value for money.
Duty changes on power banks to create Rs 18,000-cr industry by 2025: Manufacturers
ICEA said more than 250 factories for assembly can come up by 2025.
Global smartphone market declined for first time in 2018
The fourth quarter smartphone shipments for 2018 recorded a decline of 7 per cent, marking it the fifth consecutive quarter of smartphone decline.