Articles By Rohit KVN
Hyderabad based Celkon Mobiles on 8 May launched the affordable phablet A119Q Signature HD in India, further intensifying the price war among domestic and MNC companies.
The Indian smartphone market is currently home to more than 137 domestic and MNC smartphone makers which are churning out low-cost handsets almost every week. The pace at which companies are launching their products are leaving many consumers confused when it comes to choosing an ideal smartphone which boasts cool features and is still light on their pockets.
A couple of days ago, specifications of Xolo's third smartphone, X910, was leaked into the media thanks to Nova Android.
Domestic manufacturer Celkon Mobiles joined the race by launching a new quad-core smartphone A119Q Signature HD with top-end camera features for just ₹12,499, further intensifying the price-war between Indian smartphone makers.But, it remains to be if the Celkon’s new smartphone be able to top the Micromax’s most sort after handset A116 Canvas HD, and gain success in the Indian market.
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The India handset market, which is touted to be one of the world's fastest growing markets, houses more than 137 local and MNC smartphone manufactures vying for the formidable share in the lucrative low-cost device business.