Espoo, Finland-based HMD Global will create new Nokia phones across price ranges, besides tablets, and will own Nokia’s existing range of feature phones.
Espoo, Finland-based HMD Global has signed a 10-year brand licensing contract with Nokia where it will create new Nokia branded phones, and will own Nokia's existing range of feature phones that are sold across the world.
The new sites, more than 100 of which have already been set up in 50 cities, are camouflaged sites - tower is constructed in a way that it looks like a palm tree or an electric pole.
Mobile phone makers plan to cut production; considers laying off factory workers post demonetisation
Industry insiders said they expect 2-3 months impact on current manufacturing activities. Analysts expect demand to normalise by mid-February to March.
PoIs are required for voice calls to go through from one network to another – in this case from Reliance Jio’s network to those of Bharti, Idea and Vodafone.
Mobile handset sales have crashed 40-50%, primarily through brick and mortar channel, which contributes to more than 85% of the industry's turnover.
Google Pixel has captured 10 per cent share in premium smartphone segment and is grabbing the No 3 spot in October.
China’s largest smartphone maker Oppo’s sale in India grew to Rs 934 crore last fiscal as compared to Rs 211.5 crore in 2014-15, as per the filings.
Expansion in the offline market and adding new online partners through the year have lead to a 150% growth in volumes sales in the quarter, compared to 2015.
Sales of mobile phones in the quarter ending December will see a sharp sequential decline, with featurephones set to face the steepest drop of 24.6 per cent and a 17.5 per cent fall expected for smartphones.
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