Xiaomi reportedly sold nearly 37 percent of the phones that were replaced in Q2 2018.
Intex launches Aqua Lions T1 Lite with 1 GB RAM and Android 7.0 Nougat for Rs 3,899 in the Indian market
Intex Aqua Lions T1 Lite also supports Intex value-added services like LFTY (single-swipe access), DataBack and Prime Video.
Budget 2018: Customs duty hike of 5% on mobile phones to force major brands to pass on burden to consumers
According to industry experts, the customs duty hike will push foreign players towards manufacturing and sourcing components more within the country.
Consumer durables and home appliances makers like Godrej Appliances, Panasonic, Philips Lighting and Intex want the government to lower taxes, give incentives to local manufacturing and increase customs duty on imports
Google to partner with Indian smartphone makers to launch Android Go running phones at Rs 2,000; Micromax device expected by Jan-end
Google has partnered with various companies including Micromax, Intex, Lava, Karbonn to launch the devices based on the Android Oreo Go edition.
The Celkon Star 4G+ comes packed with 1800 mAh battery. It also comes packed with few Airtel apps like MyAirtel App, Wynk App among others.
To overcome the demonetisation impact, smartphone players with huge online presence started offering EMI and easy payment options to keep the sales going.
Whether you want a cheap communication device or a standby phone, here are the best options to pick from this festival season.
Intex Aqua Lions X1 and X1 Plus launched with shatterproof display at Rs 7,499 and Rs 8,499 respectively
The Intex Aqua Lions X1 has been priced at Rs 7,499 while the X1 Plus costs Rs 8,499. Both phones come in three colours namely, black, champagne and blue.
Domestic consumer electronics manufacturer Intex Technologies on Friday launched five new models of LED TVs.
Both the Intex devices run on Android 7.0 and have 1 GB of RAM alongside 8 GB of internal storage.
Intex launches 43-inch 4K-ready LED 'smart' TV for Rs 52,990 in India, to include support for Android 5.1
Expanding its 'smart' TV portfolio, domestic consumers electronics brand Intex Technologies on Tuesday launched a 43-inch ultra high-definition (UHD) TV.
The sale, which is called as the Amazon Great Indian Sale, will be featuring "blockbuster deals at never-seen-before prices".
The demand for 2G is still expected to be relevant for some time. We might see a direct leap from 2G to 4G in India, however.
Among the nine models announced, was also the Intex Turbo+ 4G which hooks on to 4G networks and also comes with VoLTE support.
RIL Chairman and MD Mukesh Ambani recently launched JioPhone, a 4G feature phone at a one-time fully refundable deposit of Rs 1,500 per unit.
Reliance Jio's bet on 'free' internet-enabled phones to win over poorer customers is a near-fatal blow for low-end handset makers, most already struggling.
Intex on Wednesday launched its budget phone Aqua Power IV at Rs 5,499 that features a 4,000 mAh battery and runs on the latest Android Nougat OS.
The new Intex speakers "IT-12006 FMUB" and "IT-12005 SUFB" speakers are priced at Rs 11,400 and Rs 11,600, respectively.
Intex Aqua Crystal Plus launched in India at Rs 6,799; offers Android 7.0, 2 GB RAM, 13 MP camera and more
The Intex Crystal Aqua Plus is basically a beefier variant of the Aqua Crystal which was launched earlier this year.