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Paytm, Jabong and Hotstar have tied up with handset manufacturers like Micromax, Intex, Spice, Microsoft and Karbonn.
Chinese smartphone maker, Gionee, is planning to set up manufacturing plant in India with an investment of Rs 300 cr.
Micromax has ousted Samsung to become the first domestic vendor to take the top spot in the Indian smartphone market, the third largest in the world.
The Indian smartphone market observed exceptional growth owing to festive demand and recorded a new high in smartphone shipments in Q3 2014. According to an IDC report, the India smartphone market outshone other emerging markets in the Asia/Pacific region
Google India announced it plans to soon launch the third edition of its 'Great Online Shopping Festival' from December 10-12, featuring over 450 partners, says a PTI report.
Signaling the growing importance of the Indian sub-continent for the search giant, Google may unveil its latest devices - Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 - as early as November along with the U.S. and other markets, according to a PTI report.
Korean handset maker Samsung launched its most expensive device in the country, Galaxy Note 4, pricing it at about Rs 58,300.
Japanese consumer electronics giant, Sony is spreading its net wide to smaller cities in India to boosts its business besides studying the possibility of entering affordable mobile handset segment that uses the Android One platform, according to a PTI rep
Enthused by the initial response to Google’s Android One, handset makers Karbonn, Spice and Intex are gearing up for round two with a slew of smartphone launches beginning December this year, says a PTI report.
Infiniti Retail’s Croma and Snapdeal.com announced their strategic partnership to create a brick and mortar plus online model.
Targetting the emerging low cost smartphone market, the phones will be available online on Flipkart, Amazon and Snapdeal. With this launch, the e-commerce majors are battling to capture the market by attracting tech-savy consumers.
E-commerce giants Amazon, Flipkart and Snapdeal are all set to launch Google's much-awaited sub $100 handsets tomorrow, says a PTI report.
Tech giant Apple is all set to unveil its new smartphones iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus available to Indian customers from October 17.