Realme plans offline-centric smartphone series, to expand retail presence
ealme occupied the fourth spot in the Indian smartphone market with 14.3 per cent share, after Xiaomi (27.1 per cent), Samsung (18.9 per cent) and Vivo (15.2 per cent). Oppo ranked fifth with 11.8 per cent share in the July-September 2019 quarter, as per IDC data. Interestingly, Realme is part of BBK Group, which also owns brands like OPPO, Vivo and OnePlus.
Samsung claims 72% premium market share in August; launches India’s costliest phone, Galaxy Fold
Korean handset maker Samsung has launched th...
Festive sales outlook for smartphones and appliances positive: GfK India
GfK India managing director Nikhil Mathur said value growth of smart...
MeitY, DPIIT urge lower GST on ACs, high-end TVs
This is the first time that the ministry and DPIIT have pushed for a reduction in GST on these products.
Retailers have less in stock for festivals amid poor sentiment
Retailers have scaled down inventories up to 30% anticipating poor sentiment hitting festive season sales.
Samsung eyes 65% market share of India's premium smartphone market; unveils Note 10, Note 10+
The company, which competes with the likes of OnePlus and Apple, in this segment, said in the first half of 2019, its market share was at 63 per cent in value terms in the premium category.
Cookie demand grows while biscuit sales slow
City slickers are munching more cookies these days, although the rural folk have gone easy on them.
There’s no slump in demand for phones and white goods
Sales of smartphones and white good have grown at a faster clip in the six months from Jan to June.
Samsung takes productivity & creativity to a new level, unveils Galaxy Note10, Note 10+ with enhanced S Pen experience
The Note10+ has a large 4,300mAh battery with superfast charging technology.
European shares hit by Bayer, Lufthansa; FTSE shines
London's blue chip FTSE 100 index touched 11 month highs.
Summer heat sends sale of ACs, refrigerators soaring
Smaller cities, towns see big sales growth, as easy finance also aids demand.
Sales of televisions above 32-inch has grown by 10% in offline market January to April
The researcher expects this trend will be further fuelled with manufacturers rolling out promotions for the cricket world cup and consumers showing a clear preference to buy larger screen with increasing affordability.
Right click: The (Ecommerce) disaster that never was
Online sales still buzzing months after changes in ecommerce rules that Amazon, Flipkart opposed.
Vivo fastest growing brand with over 60% growth in volume, value: GfK
The company in a press release on Wednesday said that Vivo registered growth at a time when the industry grew at a mere 16.8% and 14.2% by value and volume respectively.
Chinese invaders force big TV brands to tweak pricing call
Samsung and LG want to narrow the pricing premium over brands such as Xiaomi, TCL, Thomson and BPL.
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