The Finnish giant Nokia is no more a market leader in today's date. Its arch rivals - Samsung, Apple, and some Indian tech vendors have made Nokia a loser. Since 2011, Nokia is making handsets powered by Windows. Analysts believe that
With the success of large screen smartphones termed as phablets, almost all the manufacturers out there are keen in making such devices. Further, as the Indian market is flooded with many phablets from different vendors and as the consumers are
The Indian smartphone market is witnessing a transition currently. This can be said as the market dominators including Apple and Samsung are being beaten by aggressive local competitors such as Micromax and Karbonn. How is it possible for the local
A few years back the notebooks were sought after by many consumers as they replaced the dependence on PC. Now, though notebooks have transitioned a lot and have evolved as ultrabooks, netbooks and more, the trend of tablets is spreading widely.
The tablet trend may have started in the international market with the launch of Apple iPad, but in 2012, most of the Indian manufacturers took up the vogue owing to high demand in the market. The course seems to continue even
So far, the budget and mid range smartphone space in India was occupied by the Indian manufacturers and they also relished great success in the category. Now, it seems the global vendors have understood what exactly will be fruitful in the