Anonymous, 20 Aug 2016Once I accidentally dropped my HTC Desire 820 on concrete. Display became blank. Guess what? I... moreWow,whole display got blank just by dropping. But I have heard good things about HTC.
Tucking Fypo, 20 Aug 2016that was extremely funny man. comment of the day :-DThrice bigger than your country
kakouille, 20 Aug 2016 People are smart enought to not buy chinese crap.It's not just about performance. Consumers purchase products with reliability, brand trust, after sales service, and even social status as prime considerations beside value for money. In those regards, samsung's mid-rangers remain the more appealing choices over other oem offers.
pramod5774, 20 Aug 2016My friend Brock his J5's touch panel twice and to my surprise Samsung service center replaced ... moreOnce I accidentally dropped my HTC Desire 820 on concrete. Display became blank. Guess what? I got a brand new phone for free !
I am Tom, 20 Aug 2016India's bigger than your surroundings, bru. Haha.that was extremely funny man. comment of the day :-D
I m an Indian and a big admirer of Huawei. Though being an Indian I must support indian manufacturers but they aren't upto the mark sadly.
and as far as Samsung and certain Chinese OEM's growth in India is concerned, I am strongly feeling that Indian consumers are not concerned much of the better HUAWEI/HONOR phones.
Anonymous, 20 Aug 2016If Xiaomi starts selling their smartphones offline, the story will be a lot different.Are you sure their products will be in stock???? :)
If Xiaomi starts selling their smartphones offline, the story will be a lot different.
johnh3, 20 Aug 2016Just read that Nokia/Foxconn have start producing phones in India again after some years gap. ... moreYes,in That Famous TamilNadu Nokia Plant,which will be now used for Nokia based phone development..
My friend Brock his J5's touch panel twice and to my surprise Samsung service center replaced it (in warranty period) both times without any cost. Now that's a really appreciable service from Samsung.
Just read that Nokia/Foxconn have start producing phones in India again after some years gap. First the Nokia featurephones. But soon probably some Nokia Android devices to. Will be exiting to see how they will go in India.
kakouille, 20 Aug 2016 People are smart enought to not buy chinese crap.Chinese crap is much better than indian crap.
Micromax go go go. I've bought one. Good phone with very cheap price.
Well as far as samsung is concerned their flagship models like note series and galaxy series really have the quality to defeat its competitor.
As far as J series is concerned, a person can buy it only if he is too ignorant to know that we have devices like moto g4 plus, Redmi note 3 , Redmi 3s, meizu m3 note,etc . After sales service may be second issue.
But when it comes to value for money and quality j series lags far behind its competitors. Point me any review on youtube where the reviewer advice you to buy samsung j7 over Redmi note 3.
Micromax, reliance jio has such a large share as they sell cheap devices devoid of any quality.
In semi urban , rural area people still believe in samsung, micromax.
But gradually when information dissemination increase in semi urban and rural area, the market share of samsung, mixromax will decrease.