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380 million smartphone units were sold globally.
Samsung still rules the roost, while Vivo is catching up.
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The phone will be available in matte black color as well.
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Many companies have pumped money to be a title or a shirt sponsor in the ongoing IPL tournament.
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Local manufacturing boost figures large in Xiaomi's plans.
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Smartphone makers wanted a higher slab of electronics fund to boost 'Make in India'
Though, the real smartphone success story of 2016 were the Chinese brands.
A qualified high five for the V5.
Vivo, the main sponsors of the Indian Premier League (IPL), have launched two new smartphones -- V3 and V3 max -- in India. The phones are priced at ₹17980 and ₹23980 respectively. At an event in Mum...
India is the third largest market for smartphones currently, after China and the US, and is expected to become the second biggest market by 2016. A scramble for the large Indian market means that in 2...