Speaking about the network, a senior police officer said, “The arrested men are middlemen who purchase the gadgets from the offenders and sell them.
Vivo had 17.6 per cent share (8.8 million units), while Realme had 17.4 per cent share (8.7 million units) and Oppo had 12.1 per cent share (6.1 million units) in the said quarter.
A gang of eight persons waylaid a mobile phone-laden truck heading from Chennai towards Bengaluru and made away with Xiaomi mobile phones worth Rs 15 crore near Melumalai near Shoolagiri.
As Flipkart and Amazon are set to begin their respective festive season sale this year, smartphone brands have decided to offer big discounts from their own end.
The duty on display assembly and touch panel was proposed to be applied from October 1 under a phased manufacturing programme (PMP) announced in 2016 in consensus with the industry.
It was an emotional moment for Ananda Priya, a college student from Korattur, when she got back her lost mobile phone.
The SP said though robberies of this kind take place often in Chittoor and Kurnool, this is the first time that such an incident happened in a moving container.
They took advance payments from the victims, used their PAN, Aadhaar cards and other documents to open bank accounts and obtain mobile SIM cards.
According to the CRPF's new guideline, which will be applicable for all staff including jawans and civilian staff, smartphones will be kept at a specified counter if someone brings it to office.
When Anand Nageshiya was released from jail early for model behaviour, he was delighted to see his family after so many years.
A 14-year-old boy killed himself on Saturday after his parents snatched his smartphone owing to his habit of playing the game PUBG on it for long periods.
“As a Black Swan event, the users were not really prepared for the lockdown, and had to depend on their smartphones to tide over.
Smartphones, components worth Rs 11.5 lakh crores to be produced in India in next 5 years: Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad
Prasad said that PLI Scheme has been a huge success in terms of the applications received from global as well as domestic mobile phone manufacturing companies.
Rita Bhoi of Balisahi at Salepur sold the earrings for Rs 8000 and bought the mobile phone worth Rs 7,500 for her daughter Archita who studies in Class VIII at Rodhapur Government Upper Primary School
The source privy to the development said that the 47 additional Chinese apps that have been banned now were clones and variants of the apps which were blocked earlier.