Science

Meizu set to enter Indian mobile market today

18 May 2015 | By Siripriya
Chinese mobiles capture the Indian market

According to Meizu's Facebook page, the Chinese mobile maker will most likely launch its products in India on 18 May.

Earlier this year, Meizu managed to get $590 million investment from Alibaba.

Company's M1 Note FHD smartphone will be its first launch in India.

The device comes with a 5.5-inch 1920x1080 pixel display covered by Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection.

In context: Chinese mobiles capture the Indian market

22 Nov 2013Gionee looking to gain share in India

Gionee, the Chinese smartphone maker, is looking to take on higher-end brands such as Samsung and Apple to gain share in India, the world's fastest growing smartphone market.

On the price front, Gionee will have to face competition from home-grown brands like Micromax, Lava and Maxx Mobile.

Its entry into India comes as it looks for new engines for growth and expansion.

12 Jun 2014India - a new haven for Chinese smartphones

Close to a dozen Chinese smartphone makers, such as OPPO, ZTE, Gionee, Lenovo, Huawei, ZTE and Konka, accounted for over 10% of the Indian handset market in the last couple of years.

The smartphones offered by these companies are in the price range of Rs 3,000 to Rs 40,000.

Other companies including Xiaomi are also gearing up to enter India.

Vivo mobile set to enter India

7 Dec 2014Vivo mobile set to enter India

Chinese smartphone maker Vivo is set to enter India with the launch of the much-awaited Vivo X5Max on December 15th.

According to a report, its market share rose from 2% to 6% in China, surpassing Apple and becoming the sixth largest phone seller in China.

Vivo plans to launch five models in India ranging from Rs 7,000 to Rs 40,000.

9 Jan 2015Xiaomi to invest in Indian tech startups

Xiaomi managed to raise $1.1 Bn in its recent funding and is looking to invest in Indian tech startups related to content aggregation, mobile technology and connected devices.

Earlier, Xiaomi invested in Chinese startups in areas like smart light bulbs and fitness bands.

Xiaomi aims to assemble enough products and services through its investments to create a pull for the customers.

7 May 2015Coolpad to enter Indian budget phone market

Taking a cue from Xiaomi, Lenovo and Huawei, another Chinese smartphone-maker, Coolpad is all set to enter the Indian affordable smartphone market.

Coolpad currently boasts of more than 6,000 patents in mobile technology.

Coolpad Group Limited has appointed Varun Sharma as Chief Executive Officer of its smartphone brand, Dazen

18 May 2015 Meizu set to enter Indian mobile market today

Did you know?

Even after inroads by several Chinese smartphone companies, Samsung leads the India smartphone market, followed by Micromax.