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Xiaomi's smart lighting solutions arm Yeelight enters India market
The company has introduced four products including a smart lamp, a light strip and two smart bulbs, priced between Rs 2,000 to 10,000, the China-based company said.
Oppo, Vivo bolster BBK's No 2 position by revenue in FY18
China’s BBK Electronics may have strengthened its position as number two smartphone maker by revenue.
Philips ropes in Rahul Dravid to endorse air purifiers
This comes at a time when the season for air purifiers will peak in India with air pollution peaking in North and New Delhi region.
Broke your smartphone screen again?
A survey by Flipkart has found that four in 10 consumers end up with broken screens, and a fi fth carry on as long as possible without getting their devices repaired.
China's TCL Electronics to invest Rs 2,000 crore at Tirupati unit
TCL expects that the AP unit would also help it to strengthen its presence in the highly competitive Indian TV market, as it expects to sell around one million units in 2019.
Legrand upbeat on India, open to more acquisitions: CEO, Benoit Coquart
In India, Legrand plans to digitalise 40 out of 100 product families, like light switches, circuit breakers, and door-entry systems, by 2020, Coquart said.
After smartphones, Xiaomi begins TV manufacturing in India
The new plant will start local assembly with Mi LED Smart TV 4A 80cm (32-inch) and Mi LED Smart TV 4A 180cm (43-inch) for now.
Xiaomi announces new Mi TVs for Indian market
The 4C Pro is priced at Rs 14,999 while the 4A Pro to cost Rs 29,999 while for the Mi TV 4 Pro you have to shell out Rs 49,999.
Xiaomi lunches Air Purifier 2S in India at Rs 8,999. Details here
The device comes with OLED digital display, laser sensor and a 360 degree triple layer filter.
Samsung to take the middle path
Samsung has sold more than 60 million J series devices in India, where it currently offers around 40 handset models.
Samsung confident of smartphone leadership next quarter; to focus on mid-segment
Samsung India vice president Manu Sharma said the company wants to gain complete leadership in the mid-segment which is the Rs 10,000-30,000 market.
Havells to add 150 people to R&D team
Havells is setting up a design studio where it plans to showcase concepts to customers and distributors. For this, it plans to hire cognitive scientists to understand reactions.
HP plans entry into refurbished market in India
Refurbished products are second-hand computers repaired to be resold or products that are made by reusing and recycling different components of various computers.
OnePlus to foray into smart TV market
The release said it is a natural extension for OnePlus to address gaps in the television industry, which it tackled in the smartphone market balancing high-quality hardware with the latest in technology.
Syska Group inks JV with two foreign cos to start camera module factory
Syska Group has 49% stake in the company while Biometronic has 41% and Suyin Optronics has 10% in the new entity.