AnonD-127361, 09 Apr 2013Its 12.4 million not 1240.that's 1240 mill ... go to second standard math class
AnonD-94083, 09 Apr 2013you could get an xbox 720 or ps4 which is confirmed to be 500 dollar and still save money...se... moreseriously,if i had that much money i wud definitely go for a an xbox 720 or ps4 and get a low end android or an eye catching low end lumia,(if for uniqueness,separated from android crowds),with the rest.who wud go for a phone which is not even the second best(920 has better ois),hd screen(galaxy s4 waiting),user interface and software perks(s4),sound(indian made phones give 10 times louder performance than the loudest htc available,no boasting of htc,even here),or design(ip5 and lumia are the sexiest).poor htc,quietly miserable.
AnonD-134043, 09 Apr 2013Sony Xperia Z is selling at Rs. 37,900..Additional 5k (about $100) for HTC one isn't worth it.HTC One has better specs and almost 40% faster specs than the Xperia Z. Before start commenting, please study the competition.
I will buy s4 because of super amoled full hd screen. S4 will be a big hit in India.
AnonD-134028, 09 Apr 2013One X and One X+ now available for Rs 25,900 and 29,500 respectively.. source: http://techivia... moreHey dude plz confirm the price of one v, one s, desire v and desire c :) thank you
AnonD-79493, 09 Apr 2013This is not the case of affordability, as Indians can afford anything this planet can offer, b... moreI disagree, people with money tend to buy the phone they want, its more important to have what you want than to save a few thousand that you probably would just waste anyway. I could always use a few thousand extra to spend for party, pretty girls and beer, but if i spend 5 thousand less for that one month makes no real difference.
AnonD-79493, 09 Apr 2013When I said "Indians can affoard anything...", it was meant 'some Indians can', than... moreI am glad that you were open to correcting your words. It helps with our overall image, so thanks!!
Any news on whether they will do a dual sim version for India? That would sell even better!!
AnonD-3928, 09 Apr 2013Dude in USA initial downpayment is small but over 2 years contract ita cost rises upto 1500 $.... moreThats what i said, everything is on credit in USA, thats what they are used to there. Of course we have the same here, but to a lesser extent, its growing fast though, millions already have free iphone/sgs3/Note2 on 2 year contracts.
Lots of americans prefer to pay debt over having cash, they can still buy what they want with creditcards, as long as Bernanke keep the press going and sell the bonds to China.
Kumar, 09 Apr 2013***Indians can affoard anything this planet can offer*** Don’t embarrass yourself and the r... moreWhen I said "Indians can affoard anything...", it was meant 'some Indians can', thanks for correcting me there. And fyi, I am one of the least patriotic person you can find on this soil. And I didn't know that you were the voice over here for the rest of the guys and felt humiliated with my comment, sorry, I can't help it.
Set the price at 500 dollars and it will sell like hotcakes and will get HTC back at the map again. Seriously, noboby will buy it for 790 dollars. It's not even the top smartphone right now.
you could get an xbox 720 or ps4 which is confirmed to be 500 dollar and still save money...seriously who buy an expensive phone like that to make phone calls
Agreed that HTC one has the dubious distinction of being priced anywhere near the iPhone. But HTC has a name amongst those whom it targets. That is the upper middle and upper class. For those who wanna be a part of the crowd and get attracted to gimmicks, Samsung does its job well.
Moreover for the low end and mid end smartphones we have micromax and karbonn and other brands which make u think as galaxy owner by the looks of it :P
Anonymous, 09 Apr 2013Of cours they will not do that, a lot of Indians can afford this. Some of the profit from your... moreDude in USA initial downpayment is small but over 2 years contract ita cost rises upto 1500 $....thats the way things work in states......
Kumar, 09 Apr 2013***Indians can affoard anything this planet can offer***
Don’t embarrass yourself and the r... moreI agree with u that most of the indians cant afford this price tag infact this cell ph costs more than momthly salary of most indians and annual income of bpl people but they are not the target consumer for htc one. Target consumers are those top 5-10% of creamy layer of india and thanks to huge population it makes a lot of them even if htc one is able to woo even 10% of those target consumers thats close to around 8-10 million phones.....
This is the strategy every smartphone manufacturer have in mind when launching phones in india....