Chinese tech giants have been capitalizing on surging exports to India as complications mount.
Chinese smartphone manufacturer realme announced on Thursday that its first global flagship store in India was officially put into trial operation. According to realme India's Twitter, the flagship store will officially open on June 1.
Alibaba Group and Ant Financial have exited from investments in Paytm E-commerce Private Limited, the parent entity of Indian e-commerce marketplace Paytm Mall.
Twitter user Mukul Sharma posted that OnePlus Pad had registered another trademark in India, and published another message on Thursday, indicating that OnePlus Pad and OPPO Pad would be launched in India soon.
India's federal financial crime fighting agency has summoned a former head of Xiaomi Corp's India operations to investigate whether the company's business practices complied with the country's foreign exchange laws.
Chinese tech firm Vivo will invest 35 billion rupees ($466 million) in its Indian subdivision by 2023, and increase its annual smartphone production capacity in the country from 60 million to 120 million units.
In a statement issued on Wednesday, the Indian Ministry of Finance said it had sent three cause notices to Xiaomi Technology India Pvt. to recover 6.53 billion rupees ($88 million) in taxes from the company.
On Thursday, Shi Yujian, Senior Vice President of Vivo, revealed the latest business progress of the company at its 2021 Developer Conference. Up to now, Vivo has served over 400 million users in more than 60 countries and regions.
ByteDance is shutting down its educational technology business in India. The company notified the local team on Monday.
The tragic surge in Covid-19 infections across India, the second largest mobile phone manufacturer after China, has led to lower manufacturing output than expected, complicating the operations of a range of Chinese smartphone brands.
The Indian government announced Tuesday to ban another 43 Chinese apps, including Alibaba-backed Aliexpress.
China’s Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. has put on hold plans to invest in Indian companies amid rising geo-political tension between the two nations.
Leading Chinese smartphone brand OPPO today launched the OPPO Reno 4 Pro in India at the price of 34,990 Rupees with a livestreamed AR event.
The Indian government announced today it would ban 59 apps developed by Chinese firms as border tensions grow between the two countries.
Chinese multinational internet company ByteDance is looking to launch a second corporate entity in India after ByteDance India Services Ltd.
On March 24, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a 21-day lockdown to curb the spread of the COVID-19 epidemic that officially started on April 25.
People are flocking to all sorts of social media apps to kill time while being unable to leave their homes. Some Chinese apps have emerged as the most downloaded social media apps in India.
India’s gaming industry has finally picked up! Even though it is going to be a while until it becomes as big as that in China, it is amazing to watch the boom of an industry and imagine if this is how it used to be when gaming started to become popular in the Middle Kingdom.
Chinese mobile technology company OnePlus unveiled on September 26 its new and highly anticipated OnePlus 7T flagship series, the OnePlus 7T and OnePlus 7T Pro, in India.
Manu Kumar Jain, Xiaomi Global Vice President and India Managing Director, announced on social media that Xiaomi TV has ranked first in the Indian market for five consecutive quarters.