HTC could launch their new One M9 flagship smartphone in India on April 14 according to invites sent out by the company to an event taking place in Delhi.
Xiaomi has announced plans to considerably expand its reach in India through new partnerships with retail outlets and the country’s leading e-commerce websites.
It looks like Samsung is ready to speed up the process, with Note 4 users in India, Brazil, UAE, and the Baltic countries reporting the arrival of Lollipop.
According to contractors and suppliers, Samsung is looking to shift its focus in Asia towards online marketing and sales, to better compete with low-cost Chinese brands.
The Galaxy S6 will be available in India in all three storage configurations starting from April 10.
Meizu has announced, via social media, that it plans to sell its low-cost smartphones in India, most likely beginning with the M1 Note.
The Micromax Canvas A1 has begun to receive its Android 5.1 Lollipop update in India.
The low-end war is heating up in India, land of Android One and Yureka Yu. The latest salvo comes from Motorola, which just launched the 3G version of the new Moto E for just Rs. 6,999.
Motorola’s Moto Turbo (aka the Droid Turbo) is now available to pre-order in India through Flipkart, priced at Rs. 41,999.
Samsung has begun rolling out its Android 5.0 Lollipop update for the Galaxy Note 3 (SM-N900) in India.