August 5th, 2015 9:57 PM 4 COMMENTS

Asus might contract Foxconn to make its smartphones in India

Back in April, we reported that Asus might start manufacturing smartphones in India under the 'Make In India' initiative. Now, IANS is reporting that the Taiwanese smartphone brand might employ Foxconn for making its smartphone in the country. Peter Chang, the country head of Asus India, stated that it might partner with Foxconn or any other contract manufacturer to manufacture smartphones in India by the end of third quarter of... Read More

July 18th, 2015 2:32 AM 3 COMMENTS

Following Xiaomi, Microsoft approaches Foxconn to build its phones in India

If a report published by the Economic Times is to be believed, then we can soon see Microsoft manufacturing devices in India with Foxconn. Microsoft in collaboration with Foxconn could get its smartphones manufactured in Sri City, Andhra Pradesh. The report also suggests that Foxconn might initially start manufacturing two variants of Windows Phone in India. Also, Foxconn’s chairman, Terry Gou, stated on his visit to India that the company... Read More

June 29th, 2015 4:06 PM 3 COMMENTS

Sony is planning to join the ‘Make in India’ initiative

Following Narendra Modi’s ambitious “Make in India” initiative, another foreign manufacturer has agreed to setup its manufacturing unit in the country. Sony has announced that it is planning to open a facility in India to manufacture devices. This is not the first time that a known brand has shown interest in becoming a part of MII campaign. Earlier, Samsung had also revealed its plans to manufacture devices in India, and... Read More

May 18th, 2015 3:17 PM 7 COMMENTS

Xiaomi plans to expand in India with Make in India initiative

Well, there is a lot of buzz surrounding India’s Prime Minister, Narendra Modi’s visit to China. Mr. Prime Minister seems to be making most out of the short visit, as per the reports, he has met top shot Chinese companies CEOs in Shanghai on his last day of the visit. To name a few, there were acclaimed tycoons present at the meeting, such as Xiaomi president Lin Bin, Jack Ma... Read More

February 9th, 2015 9:18 PM 1 COMMENTS

MediaTek expresses its interest in expanding its business in India’s booming smartphone market

MediaTek, Qualcomm's fierce rival, has expressed its interest in expanding its presence in the Indian market. The Taiwan-based SoC brand's Chairman MK Tsai met with Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad last week and expressed his company's keen interests in expanding its business in India. Media Tek chairman (MK Tsai) shared his commitment to make technology more accessible for people. He was encouraged by the great market potential that India holds in... Read More

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