6 smartphones likely to be launched in India soon: Here's what's new
ET Wealth lists some of the devices that have been launched globally and could be available in India in the coming months.
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Now, Jio plans to launch a ‘dirt cheap’ smartphone
Telcos have been tying up with phone cos to bring prices down of 4G devices to under Rs 1,...
Reliance Jio may kick off 5G services by mid-2020
The government recently said it plans to allocate airwaves to offer 5G services – which can support download speeds 50 to 60 times faster than 4G – by end of 2019.
South Korea fines Qualcomm $854 million for violating competition laws
Qualcomm also restricted competition by refusing or limiting licensing of its standard essential patents related to modem chips to rival chip makers.
Nokia handset maker bets big on two new phones
Company would be focusing on participating in bundled offers by telecom operators to drive market share growth, with an aim to drive down the price of smartphones
Chip-maker Qualcomm betting big on tablet market
Qualcomm's Snapdragon processors power more than 850 mobile devices, including Sony Xperia Tablet Z, Lenovo IdeaTab S2110 and Dell XPS 10.
Chinese smartphone maker iVOOMi to invest Rs 250 crore in India
In the first phase, the company will invest in futuristic technologies to bring advanced products at an affordable price and will focus on setting up its manufacturing facility in India.
Are mobile startups in India failing customers with non-features to cover up critical performance issues & old tech?
Growing a business is not just marketing or the business leaving the trusting customer in a lurch, but taking him along. It is important to remember here that word of mouth eventually always wins.
Strategic necessity: India is seeking to become a chip design hub
China, for example, is building a homegrown chip programme, eyeing adoption of local semiconductors in 70% of its products by 2025, up from 16% currently.
Adventz group not keen on Paytm stake
According to media reports, industrialists Sunil Munjal and Saroj Poddar were in talks for a secondary deal to buy a minority stake from IDFC Securities analyst Nikhil Vora who holds some 0.35% in One97 Communications, the parent of Paytm.
Global mobile chipmakers see India 4G boom pushing chipsets
While India’s mobile phone operators do expect handset availability to increase this year, they see mass adoption of 4G LTE technology.
MobiKwik raises $50 million in fresh funding from Japanese and Taiwan-based strategic investors
“MobiKwik is excited to have raised an undisclosed amount in the Series-C round of funding led by GMO and MediaTek," a company spokesperson told.
Foxconn’s handset brand InFocus to enter 4G feature phone market; in talks with Vodafone
The brand has a big focus on the feature phone segment, and it plans to 10 new feature phones in India, aiming to capture around 5% share in the segment by the end of next fiscal year.
MobiKwik targets profits by April 2018; increases offline play
"We expect to become profitable by 2018 and continue to expand financial offerings to help meet this goal," MobiKwik co-founder Upasana Taku said.
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