Mi India completed 5 years of the ‘Make in India’ initiative. Mi India was earlier manufacturing all of its smartphones in India via its manufacturing partners: Foxconn and Flex. However, the company has been ramping up its Indian smartphone manufacturing during the pandemic over the last 9 months. Continue reading “Xiaomi ramps up ‘Make in India’ initiative with new Smartphone and Smart TV factories”
In a recent move, Amazon today announced its plans to begin manufacturing Amazon Devices in India under the Government of India’s ‘Make in India’ for an Atmanirbhar Bharat. Continue reading “Amazon announces first device manufacturing line in India, to make Fire TV Stick from later this year”
Samsung India has announced expansion of its Noida plant with an investment of INR 1,970 crore to boost ‘Make in India’ and ‘Make for India’. Continue reading “Samsung to invest Rs.1970 crore in UP to further boost Make in India”
We’ve already talked about Honor and their success story in India as well as around the globe. Now, it’s time to talk about Honor’s secret weapon that will ensure that their success reaches another level especially within India.
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MediaTek has teamed up with the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY), India, Indian Cellular Association (ICA) and the Ministry of Economic Affairs(MOEA),Taiwan to introduce a smartphone design training program. Continue reading “MediaTek introduces smartphone design program to give ‘Make in India’ a push”
Huawei has announced that it will start to manufacture smartphones in India in collaboration with Flex starting next month. Starting from the first week of October 2016, the Flex manufacturing plant in Chennai will manufacture one of the Honor smartphones models.
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LeEco is joining the bandwagon of other smartphone makers to Make in India. The Chinese smartphone makers has tied up with electronics manufacturer Compal Electronics to set up a smartphone manufacturing unit in Greater Noida.
Continue reading “LeEco kick starts smartphone manufacturing in India, invests $7 million”
Electronics and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad has revealed that a total of 37 mobile manufacturing companies have invested in India in last one year, according to latest from PTI.
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LeEco in consonance with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Make in India’ initiative is all set to inaugurate its first ever manufacturing facility in India. The inauguration ceremony will be held on 30th August in New Delhi in the presence of current Union Minister for Electronics & Information Technology, Shri Ravi Shankar Prasad. Continue reading “LeEco to inaugurate its first manufacturing facility for ‘Make in India’ on August 30”
It looks like Apple is the next international smartphone maker that will ‘Make in India’. The company’s manufacturer Foxconn is close to signing a deal with Indian government to set up a manufacturing plant for iPhones in the country. Continue reading “Foxconn nears deal to set up $10 billion iPhone manufacturing plant in India”
In a bid to bolster its ‘Make in India’ initiative even further, Gionee has appointed Dixon Technologies to locally start production of 3G and 4G smartphones.
Continue reading “Dixon Technologies gears up to start local production of Gionee smartphones in India”
Micromax today inaugurated its newest manufacturing facility in Telangana. It will have the capacity to manufacture one million mobile phones per month. Continue reading “Micromax inaugurates new smartphone manufacturing plant in Telangana”
Along with launching the Canvas 6 and Canvas 6 Pro, Micromax has launched a number of smartphones, tablets and LED TVs at the event. Continue reading “Micromax launches 15 smartphones, revamps brand and beefs up local production”
Two more Chinese companies are exploring the opportunities for ‘Make in India’. Huawei and LeEco are looking forward to start mobile production in India, according to a latest report from The Economic Times. Continue reading “LeEco and Huawei eyeing mobile production in India”
Oppo, the Chinese smartphone maker will kick start manufacturing about 10 lakh 4G phones a month in India, according to a latest report from the Economic Times.
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