Press Trust of India | Monday June 22, 2015
The Moto X (Gen 1) has started rolling out to costumers with US Retail, Brazil Retail, and Rogers in Canada.
NDTV Correspondent | Monday June 29, 2015
Indo-Asian News Service | Tuesday June 16, 2015
The unit will come up mobile manufacturing hub, proposed to be developed in Electronic Manufacturing Cluster (EMC) in Hyderabad.
Ershad Kaleebullah | Monday June 29, 2015
Tuesday June 2, 2015
Korean firm Samsung led by tally with 21.3 per cent share, followed by Apple (13.1 per cent), Microsoft (7.2 per cent), LG (4.3 per cent) and Lenovo (4.2 per cent).
NDTV Correspondent | Tuesday June 2, 2015
Gartner shows that Samsung and Apple still retain the top spot with 21.3 and 13.1 percent market shares in the first quarter.
NDTV Correspondent | Friday May 29, 2015
The Android 5.0 Lollipop based smartphone is powered by a 1.3GHz quad-core processor coupled with 1GB of RAM.
Indo Asian News Service | Monday May 18, 2015
Sales fell from 62 million handsets in Q4 2014 to 53 million handsets in Q1 2015.
NDTV Correspondent | Friday May 1, 2015
Micromax had a 12.2 percent share of overall mobile phone shipments, and 15.3 percent share of smartphone shipments.
Press Trust of India | Saturday February 28, 2015
"Increase in CVD will increase price of imported products but domestic manufacturers like Samsung and Micromax stand to gain from this."
NDTV Correspondent | Tuesday February 24, 2015
The market research firm found Micromax to hold a close second spot, while Intex came in third, Lava fourth, and Xiaomi fifth.
Wednesday February 25, 2015
Micromax and Karbonn have sought tax holidays and subsidies in the upcoming Budget.
NDTV Correspondent | Friday February 13, 2015
Agrawal has 16 years of experience in mobile, e-commerce, payments, web services and large scale distributed systems.
Press Trust of India | Monday February 9, 2015
According to CyberMedia Research's latest data, Samsung maintained its lead on both the mobile phone and smartphone markets in India.
NDTV Correspondent | Saturday February 21, 2015
A mobile for every budget: Best smartphones under Rs. 10,000; under Rs. 15,000; under Rs. 20,000; under Rs. 30,000; under Rs. 40,000; under Rs. 50,000; and over Rs. 50K.
Sunday October 12, 2014
Last month, Google launched AndroidOne range of devices in partnership with Indian handset makers Micromax, Karbonn and Spice and mobile operators like Airtel and Reliance. The smartphones are priced Rs 6,399 onwards.
NDTV Correspondent | Tuesday August 19, 2014
A recent report had claimed that Micromax, not Samsung, is now the biggest mobile vendor in India.
Tuesday August 5, 2014
Indian budget smartphone maker Micromax has ousted Samsung Electronics Co Ltd as the leading brand in all types of mobile phones in the April-June quarter, grabbing a 16.6 per cent market share, a recent research report showed.
NDTV Correspondent | Tuesday August 5, 2014
A recent research report indicates Micromax had 16.6 percent handset shipment share in the country, overtaking Samsung's 14.4 percent in Q2.
Tuesday August 5, 2014
According to Counterpoint research, Micromax accounted for 16.6 per cent market share between April to June 2014, ahead of Samsung's 14.4 per cent, Nokia's 10.9 per cent and Karbonn's 9.5 per cent share. In the January to March quarter, Micromax's market share stood at 13 per cent, the research noted.
Press Trust of India | Monday May 26, 2014
A late-2013 IDC pegged Micromax with a little less than half of Samsung's share in the Indian smartphone market.
Sunday May 25, 2014
Stepping up the battle in the Indian mobile handset market, homegrown consumer electronics maker Micromax has roped in Samsung India's mobile and IT business chief Vineet Taneja as its new chief executive.
NDTV Correspondent | Wednesday April 23, 2014
Micromax is producing all tablets that are being sold in India at this facility but mobile phone production is at an initial stage.
NDTV Correspondent | Thursday March 20, 2014
The three companies announced a strategic partnership in India in an attempt to boost the mobile ecosystem.