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CAPDASE currently caters over 45 countries worldwide with strong presence in key smartphone markets of China, Indonesia, Philippines and Hong Kong.
Intex is known as one of the leading electronic device producers of the country. It produces electronic devices such as washing machines, mobile phones, LED TVs and mobile accessories.
As part of the offer, consumers will be getting assured gifts and service offers on the purchase of various Intex products during the promotion period until 31st October, 2016, across the country.
Flipkart was followed by eRetailers Snapdeal and Amazon with market shares of 22.3% and 21.5% respectively.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi gears up to set up two manufacturing plants in India and launch more devices this year.
One of the well renowned Tech giants, Apple seeks permission from the government to import pre-owned iPhones for sale in India.
Handset manufacturer Lava Mobiles is aiming to raise $100 million from strategic partners to fund its expansion in the country.
Many articulations are being made on the vitality of Freedom 251. Some of its features (keeping in mind its exceptionally low price) are worth applauds, but at the same time we have found some significant flaws too.
With a vision to strengthen its design and testing operations, Lava has plans to invest about Rs 200 crore over the coming 18 months.
Reliance Retail has recently announced that it will be launching its own range of 4G LTE smartphones under the Lyf brand.
Motorola has partnered Brightstar India to offer its Moto smartphones through a wider range of offline and online retailers