Android One was barely talked about at Google’s I/O developers conference, but it could revolutionize the budget smartphone market in emerging countries.
Second only to Samsung in smartphone sales across India and intent on conquering additional key mobile markets, Micromax is today branching out from the budget-conscious Android devices that brought it fame, taking a first stab at Windows Phones.
Karbonn’s already on-the-rise reputation in the Indian mobile landscape is about to get a new boost, thanks to yet another uber-affordable quad-core Android smartphone.
Always a step (or several) behind competitors Samsung and Micromax as far as smartphone sales in India are concerned, Karbonn looks to finally break the rivals’ duopoly by rolling out a new flagship device dubbed Titanium X.
The Indian handset manufacturer is widening its horizons after a strong financial year, and will start selling its devices in Russia and Romania later this year.
Micromax is looking to regain lost momentum by launching its fastest device yet.
Micromax may still be short of Samsung’s Indian smartphone market share, but when it comes to branding strategies and product portfolios, the Canvas makers have certainly learned a trick or two from their Korea-based rivals.
A tweet from well-known Micromax leaker MMXNewscaster indicated that the next Micromax device will be called the Canvas Turbo A250, and that it will feature a full-HD screen.
It’s no easy feat to get from zero to hero in an environment as challenging and competitive as the Indian mobile market and do it all in just four years. But don’t you think for a second Micromax is resting on its laurels just because it’s now the country’s second biggest smartphone vendor, slightly behind
You can’t close in on the once undisputed leader of a smartphone market as large and important as India by releasing one new product every six months, so Micromax enriching its Canvas line-up is probably not surprising news.
After spectacularly leaping to number two in Indian smartphone sales and even closing in on Samsung, the market’s leader, we’re sad to inform you Micromax looks unable or unwilling to further step its game up.
Data collected by research firm IDC reveals that local smartphone vendors outsold the big vendors such as Samsung and Apple in the Asia/Pacific region, excluding Japan in April-June quarter.
Micromax is well known in the Indian market for making low-cost Android devices. After seeing a tenfold increases in sales from last year, the Indian manufacturer is now looking to make devices for the Windows Phone platform. Micromax is currently the second largest handset vendor in India after Samsung. The Indian manufacturer had 17.1% of
After keeping Indian mobile tech aficionados on their toes for several months in a row with what can only be described as very crafty marketing, Micromax has finally made the Canvas 4 smartphone official. You know, with full specs, pricing details and the whole shebang.
A new report suggests that the Micromax Canvas 4 might actually be a rebranded Wiko Heaven Stairway. This goes against the previous reports that the Canvas 4 is nothing but a rebranded Blue Life One.
The much awaited pre-bookings for the Micromax Canvas 4 budget superfone starts later today. While the official unveiling of the phone is still a few hours away, new rumors hint at a special blow-to-unlock feature, and it is not what you think it is.
India has now overtaken Japan to become the world’s third largest smartphone market. According to a survey by Strategy Analytics, India is now third behind China and the U.S. in terms of overall devices.
Popular Indian smartphone brand Micromax is gearing up to release the next iteration of their hit Canvas series of Android phones, the Micromax Canvas 4.