Chinese company Xiaomi clocks 8.3 per cent growth during festive season, sells over 13 million devices in India
Xiaomi's rival Realme on Wednesday had said it has clocked 20 per cent growth in sales this festive season, selling 8.3 million smartphones in the country.
Over 60 per cent schoolchildren have access to smartphones, three-fourth receive family support: Report
The report pointed out that among enrolled children, more than 60 per cent live in families with at least one smartphone.
Long hours spent on your smartphone or tab can cause serious ailment to your neck which is also known as tech neck or text neck
Some sketches depict a Galaxy Z Fold device with a pop-up camera that raises from the half of the phone that has the cover display.
Galaxy S20 FE customers opting for Samsung Care+ offer can also avail 50 per cent off on accidental and liquid damage (ADLD) protection plan on select smartphones and LTE-based tablets.
Vivo stood in the third place in Q3, growing 19 per cent to ship 8.8 million smartphones, while Realme breathed down its neck with 8.7 million units shipped, Canalys said.
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.
The company is also working on its own 5G network equipment and has asked the DoT to allocate it spectrum for testing before exporting these products.
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.
"Samsung, OnePlus and Xiaomi emerged as the most preferred smartphone brands with over 50 percent of respondents saying they are looking to buy Samsung mobile phones, followed by OnePlus and Xiaomi"
All the children enrolled with ‘Utkramit Madhya Vidyalaya’ at Dumarthar village under Jarmundi Block of Dumka are getting benefits of the initiative taken by the school principal.
The teachers — Suresh, Selvaraj and Kayalvizhi — pooled in the money and some volunteers also contributed.
A group of 15 children, wearing masks with books on their lap, sit maintaining social distance and listen to their teacher sitting at a distance from them.
Users are primarily getting exposed to OTT entertainment content over smartphones, which is then pushing the sales of smart TV to get enhanced experience.
Taking their financial background into account, K Bairavi bought the smartphones and even recharged the sim cards for the students to avail lessons.