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Indian Smartphone Makers Fear Supply Disruptions Due To China Virus

Taiwan's Foxconn and Wistron make iPhones in India for Apple, and Foxconn produces phones there for China's Xiaomi as well. Other smartphone makers in India include South Korea's Samsung and China's OnePlus.

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Smartphone Sales Buck Slowdown On Strong Urban, Rural Demand

The growth in smartphone adoption was further fuelled by the government's push to position the country as a global hub for manufacturing and coax Apple and other leading brands to produce and export more phones from India.

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Samsung To Launch India-First Smartphones To Counter Chinese Rivals

Samsung has been sharpening its focus on India, home to more than a billion wireless subscribers and where roughly 350 million users still do not use smartphones

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Apple To Broaden iPhone Lineup With More Screen

As is the buzz, Apple will introduce three new iPhone models with features from a premium iPhone X that debuted last year with a $1,000 price tag

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The Clash Of Handset Titans

The gloves are off. The time is ripe. The top selling handset makers are battling it out to reach the No. 1 slot in India’s smartphone market

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Huawei Unperturbed By Other Chinese Brands In India: Peter Zhai

As Huawei aims to establish themselves and capture the premium smartphone market in the country, Peter Zhai, President, Huawei India Consumer Business on his visit to India talks to BW Businessworld about their strategies.

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Android Will Continue To Capture 85 Percent Of Worldwide Smartphone Volume: IDC

Phone companies shipped a total of 344.3 million smartphones worldwide in the first quarter of 2017 (1Q17)

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Motorola Eyes Larger Role In India's Smartphone Market

Earlier this month, Motorola had launched Moto C for Rs 5,999, which is the cheapest device in Motorola India's current portfolio.

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Lenovo's Disappointing Quarterly Revenue Knocks Shares Down 11 Per Cent

Lenovo Chief Executive Yang Yuanqing reiterated the company's shift to emerging markets outside of mainland China, such as India and Southeast Asia, to counter the sales drop at home

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