Indian phone brands such as Micromax and Lava could soon offer devices with four times more memory.
A clutch of firms is raising funding to build transliteration technologies that can connect with a culturally diverse set of people.
Fuelled by an increasing demand for smartphones, Celkon Mobiles is eyeing revenues of Rs 1,400 crore, a 50 per cent growth in the 2015 fiscal year.
Fuelled by an increasing demand for smartphones, Celkon Mobiles is eyeing revenues of ₹1,400 crore, a 50 per cent growth in the 2015 fiscal year.
While smartphone penetration across the globe is booming, India seems to be emerging as a hot spot of low-cost-high-quality smartphones, with smartphone vendors rushing to the country in a big way to join the race.
Seldom has a global technology company launched a global product or programme in Asia. On 15 September, at an event that rivalled its annual I/O developer conference in San Francisco, Google Inc. did precisely that when it launched the first family of three Android One phones in India as part of a larger initiative to bring “high-quality smartphones at affordable prices, to as many people as possible”, with support for local languages.