According to a new Counterpoint report, around 300 million smartphones — which equates to 19% of the total devices to be sold in 2018 globally — will have a notch display.
More than a quarter of India’s population or 337 million people would use a smartphone in 2018 — a 16% growth which is the highest rate of any country in the world — market research company eMarketer said on Thursday.
Vivo on Friday launched a customised variant of the Vivo V9 flagship smartphone for the youth.
The anti-terrorism squad (ATS) busted two illegal telephone exchanges in Thane and Mumbra on Thursday and arrested a 28-year-old man.
You will now have to pay for the free WiFi service in Mumbai that was started by the state government for citizens ahead of last year’s civic polls.
Iran banned government bodies on Wednesday from using the popular Telegram instant messaging app as Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei’s office said his account would shut down to protect national security, Iranian media reported.
Popular communication app Truecaller on Thursday announced that in less than a year, the app has leapfrogged from 100 million monthly active users (MAUs) to 100 million daily active users (DAUs) globally.
InFocus on Thursday launched Vision 3 Pro smartphone in India. Priced at Rs 10,999, key highlights of the smartphone include face unlock feature and a Nokia Bothie-like “dualfie”feature that allows users to simultaneously use the front and rear camera. The smartphone is exclusively available via Amazon.in.
There will be nearly 40 billion personal smart devices and 100 billion internet connections around the world by 2025, a new report by Chinese electronics giant Huawei forecast on Tuesday.
E-commerce giant Flipkart on Tuesday said it was planning to grab 40% of market share by 2020 as part of its ‘Mobiles 40by20’ strategy. The company stressed that sales of mobile phones on its platform has significantly grown in last four-five years.