These days, the likes of Huawei, ZTE and Lenovo grab the headlines when it comes to new devices. Through a combination of teases and leaks, Huawei’s Ascend P6 earned great hype even before it was launched. Huawei’s Ascend Mate is one of the largest smartphones in the world and despite the sheer size, it is one of the most exciting handsets in India right now, simply because it takes the idea of a phablet to crazier heights. Both the P6 and the Mate also come with a Huawei-designed UI that brings unique customisation options and a thorough power management solution. The company has invested Rs 175 crore to bulk up its marketing efforts in India and for brand building. This signals its clear intention for the Indian market.
Huawei has invested heavily in building the brand in India
Lenovo has been a quiet watcher on the sidelines in India. The company had a small presence in select regions, but only now is beginning to show the distribution and manufacturing prowess that has made it a top brand in China and, of course, one of the largest PC makers in the world. Having sold its mobile division in 2008, the company bought it back next year to refocus on that segment. Instead of taking things slow, it spent $793.5 million to build a facility that can produce 30 to 40 million phones annually. With such bold moves has Lenovo climbed to the No 2 spot in the Chinese market.
Lenovo announced six new phones for India
In India, the company entered the limelight with the K900, a stunning medley of stainless steel and polycarbonate unibody, a massive display and Intel’s 2GHz dual-core Atom Z2580 processor (see our review). It also has five other smartphones to choose from, giving potential buyers a varied feature set. Lenovo also has its pulse on the market. Four of its six smartphones in India are quad-core affairs.
ZTE recently appointed a new CEO for its India operations and is planning to launch more products in India to help increase smartphone revenues by 30 percent this year. This could see smartphones like the Grand Memo and the Grand S, along side ultra-affordable devices like the Firefox OS-running Open. The Grand Memo should especially appeal to users in India, who seem to have embraced phablets more warmly than other parts of the world. The Grand S joins the fast-burgeoning 1080p brigade with the 5-inch LCD. Both phones have a 13 megapixel shooter with 1080p video capture and high-end connectivity options for Wi-FI and cellular data.
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