Having returned to the country just under a year ago, Motorola has now sold 3 million smartphones in India, due in part to the popularity of the Moto G and Moto E.
At an event in New Delhi today, head of international expansion Hugo Barra announced that Xiaomi is bringing the popular 5-inch Mi 4 to the massive Indian market.
Reuters reports that Samsung’s new Z1 Tizen smartphone is receiving a very tepid reception in India, due to its sub par specs and strong competition from Android.
Samsung has launched its first Tizen powered phone for India, the Samsung Z1. The 4 inch device has a dual-core processor, 768MB of RAM and 4GB of storage.
Good news for OnePlus, the sales ban of the OnePlus One Android phone in India has been lifted. This is great news for Indian consumers, but is it enough?
Spice has just released something nice: the world’s first Hindi phone. Well, actually it’s just an Android One phone set to Hindi by default, but it’s nice!
As Xiaomi’s parent company finishes yet another whirlwind round of capital-creating campaigning, the Wall Street Journal has indicated it’s valued at $45B.
Micromax’ first phone released under the Yu brand launched today in India, bringing solid specs and Cyanogen at a price tag of approximately $140.
Shashin Devsare, Executive Director of Karbonn Mobiles, has confirmed that the company’s second generation Android One smartphone will launch in Q1 2015.
A New Delhi court banned OnePlus from selling its One smartphone in India, at the request of local manufacturer Micromax. The reason? Micromax has an exclusive deal with Cyanogen that prevents any other company from selling Cyanogen-powered devices in India, including OnePlus.