According to teaser images being circulated by Snapdeal, the current OnePlus flagship, i.e., the OnePlus 2 may well start retailing on Snapdeal tomorrow.
Xiaomi gave the Redmi 2 a price slash in China yesterday, and its Indian buyers who are in for the same treat today.
Xiaomi phone fans in India now have more options when buying their phones online as the company revealed that Amazon and Snapdeal will both sell Mi devices.
The Meizu m1 note was found to be having a listing on India’s Snapdeal.com with a rather hefty price tag.
Jolla’s self titled smartphone, the Jolla went on sale in India today for 16,499 INR or roughly US$270.
After a quiet few months, India’s Micromax is ready to announce itself yet again on the budget smartphone war.
A rising number of OEMs have been taking the e-commerce route in India, with examples ranging from Obi to the mighty Xiaomi. Earlier today, another deal of this kind was announced, the Jolla – Snapdeal partnership.
That Xiaomi is looking to expand into the Indian market is no secret, but it looks like the expansion is happening at a faster pace than initially expected.
With Mediatek and Qualcomm dominating the smartphone market it is surprising to see Xolo opt for a Broadcom SoC for their entry-level Kitkat phone.