Tag Archive for India

Nokia 6

New Nokia phones set for May release

When it unveiled a new range of phones recently, one area Nokia was not very specific about was the release date, quoting only the second quarter of 2017 as guidance. But now evidence has emerged that the new devices are likely to go on sale from May in some markets.

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Xiaomi Mi Note 2 - black

Xiaomi announces India boss to become vice president

Xiaomi has given its boss of operations in India Manu Kumar Jain an expanded role within the company. Jain will take on the position of Vice President, although will also retain responsibility for the Indian market.

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Samsung Galaxy S7 Black Onyx with box

Samsung Galaxy S7 sales outperform industry expectations

Initial sale of both the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge have been strong in key markets around the world, beating previous expectations. Analysts Shinhan Financial have reported that the devices are selling well in China, India and Europe, which are areas of the world considered to have significant strategic importance by Samsung.

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Samsung Z1 - Tizen smartphone

Has Micromax overtaken Samsung in India?

Samsung has disputed claims from a research organisation that it has lost its position as the number one smartphone manufacturer in India. Figure published by Canalys state that the South Korean company were overtaken by Micromax in the final quarter of 2014, in terms of market share.

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Karbonn Sparkle V

First Android One smartphone goes on sale in the UK

The highly-affordable Karbonn Sparkle V has been launched in the UK. Whilst there is no shortage of budget smartphones to choose from, being based on the Android One platform certainly sets the Karbonn Sparkle V apart.

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Why HP is not launching Android phones in Europe

Hewlett-Packard is set to re-enter the smartphone market, with the launch of two new super-sized Android devices. The new phones will go on sale in India, however, rather than Europe or – HP’s home market – the US.

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