The Indian division of leading Chinese consumer electronics firm Xiaomi announced Friday that it will be implementing a series of organizational adjustments.
The Enforcement Directorate, India's financial investigation agency, on Saturday seized $725 million from Xiaomi Technology India Pvt., accusing it of breaking the country’s foreign exchange laws by making illegal remittances abroad.
The Indian division of iQOO held an event on Wednesday introducing two new phones - iQOO Z6 Pro and iQOO Z6 44W.
iQOO, a sub-brand of Chinese smartphone firm vivo, previously announced that it will release a brand-new iQOO Z6 Pro in India on April 27, equipped with a Snapdragon 778G SoC and supporting 66W fast charging.
Three Chinese smartphone brands - Xiaomi, OPPO and Vivo - have started negotiations with Indian manufacturers to produce smartphones locally and then export them worldwide.
Huawei has issued a response to its offices being searched by tax authorities in the Indian cities of Delhi, Gurugram and Bengaluru, asserting that its business in India strictly abides by local law.
On Tuesday, Pete Lau, chief product officer of OPPO and founder of OnePlus, said that OnePlus will hold a press conference at 14:00 on January 11, where it plans to release its 10 Pro smartphone.
Xiaomi launched its Redmi Note 11T smartphone in India on Tuesday. The model is available in in Stardust White, Aquamarine Blue or Matte Black colors. Pricing starts at INR 14,999 ($199) for the 6GB RAM and 64GB storage model.
News emerged that OPPO is moving into the market of electric vehicles and plans to launch its first EV in India in late 2023 or early 2024. In response to this report, employees of OPPO said that they had never heard of such a plan.
Chinese Smartphone manufacturer OPPO has set up a new camera innovation laboratory at its R&D centre in Hyderabad, India. This new lab is dedicated to developing functions for the Indian and South Asian markets.
Chinese automobile manufacturer Great Wall Motors is reportedly planning to shift portions of its $1 billion investment in India to Brazil, according to three sources cited by Reuters in a recent report.
It’s a common phenomenon in many Southeast Asian countries: Young people snatch up the latest smartphone models online — but rarely are they satisfied with what comes in the mail.
Xiaomi spin-off brand Poco announced it will launch its latest midrange smartphone, the M2 Pro, on Flipkart exclusively for the Indian market on July 14, starting at 13,999 rupees ($185).
The venture capital landscape has been looking rather bleak for the past several weeks with COVID-19 taking a heavy toll on the industry.
Late last year Chinese tech behemoth ByteDance released a beta version of its upcoming music app, Resso, with the goal of tapping the music streaming market in India and Indonesia.