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India captures second spot globally in smartphone shipments in 2019

MUMBAI: Move over US. Now it’s the turn of India, which has just beaten it for the first time on an annual basis to take the second spot as far as smartphon shipments are concerned. In 2019, more than 158 million phones were shipped in the country, registering a seven per cent year on year growth....

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Xiaomi, Vivo top in Q42019 smartphone shipments; Samsung at No 3 spot

MUMBAI: How the Chinese mobile brands are making merry in India. The latest study  from Counterpoint Research shows that Chinese brands today account for a 72 per cent share of 2019 smartphone shipments in India as against 60 per cent in 2018. Xiaomi regsitered a sales increase of seven per cent in...

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Meet the World’s First Blockchain-Powered Smartphone, BOB, at CES 2020

As the world teeters around cyber threats in this digital age, more and more users online, across all demographics and generations, feel more vulnerable or have experienced data breaches and attacks on their privacy. According to a study, 8 out of 10 Internet users globally don’t even feel they...

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‘RentoMojo Upgrade’ is the Best Possible Way to Own a Smartphone

MUMBAI: RentoMojo, a pioneer in lifestyle subscription and consumer leasing business, introduces an industry-first mobile upgrade feature, enabling users to change their smartphones every 12 months, at 60% of market value. The cost associated with purchasing a branded phone largely impedes people...

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India's OTT industry to cross $823 mn mark by 2022

Given the booming OTT industry in India, by 2022, it will become the tenth-largest in the world. A joint report by Assocham and PwC states that while the industry is still young, the global market has entered the growth phase.

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