Samsung To Rollout 10 Mid-Range Smartphones in Q3 In India

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    The South Korean tech giant Samsung is planning its biggest ever smartphones rollout in India between July and September.

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    Samsung to Launch 10 Mid-Range Phones to Take on Competitors In India

    Samsung is gearing up to launch around 10 new mid-range smartphones to give a stiff competition to Micromax, Motorola and Xiaomi in the Rs. 9,000 to Rs. 18,000 price bracket.

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    According to a report by Economic Times, Samsung will launch 10 smartphone in the mid-range smartphone segment in the next quarter with an aim to extend its lend in the overall smartphone market.

    The smartphone competition in the Indian mobile market has dropped Samsung's share mid-range mobile segment last year. A market research report by CMR, suggests that, South Korean tech firm's share in the Indian smartphone market fell from 43.2 percent to 23.7 percent as the domestic handset manufacturers have gained.

    "Samsung is committed to the Indian market and will continue to cater to the needs of consumers with innovative products and technology," Economic Times reported.

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    Samsung recently launched new models under its J series, if the report is to be believed, then the J series smartphone will hit the Indian market soon. The Galaxy J7 and J5 are expected to be the first to reach India by early next month.


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