A small example of Make in India. Keep it up! :) Proud to be an Indian.
Wow, next gen the company should engineer 2 pieces of phone and merge into 1, I don't mind to pay $8 for each.
[deleted post]Why is it a problem for you? Still there are people in this world who starve to death. Yes I am not ashamed to live in a third world.
Anonymous, 17 Feb 2016now china should be ashamedNot yet. Most of the components used in this phone have been imported from China. However, the company is said to be keen on developing all it's components in India itself.
[deleted post]Just because you can afford a high end or expensive phone, doesn't mean most of the people can. This in fact, provides great opportunity for people to get a bite of technology. And moreover, some people can do wonders by learning through their cheap crap assets and get ahead of you. So, don't brag.
[deleted post]Yeah right.We don't have contracts over here in India to buy some really high end phones yet we buy iPhones,Samsung,Sony,LG,HTC flagship phones.
And this very phone which you are seeing in this forum which is absolutely the cheapest phone in the world but still providing some of the really mindblowing specs considering the price of the phone.So calm down.
Great offering, this gives everyone the oppurunity to enjoy technology without breaking the bank. Not everyone needs an iPhone, but everyone needs to communicate.