With ultra low-cost 4G data plans, free voice calls and a wide range of affordable VoLTE smartphones, Reliance Jio’s entry has provided the much-needed impetus to data revolution in the country. Even as Reliance Jio has raced past 72 million subscribers in just four months of launch, RIL’s retail arm now claims to have sold over 7 million LYF-branded smartphones since its launch in January 2016. More →
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Xiaomi had an interesting 2016, with successful phones like the Redmi Note 3 and then Redmi 3s and Redmi 3s Prime. In India, the company broke its own record by selling 1.35 million smartphones in October, and surpassed $1 billion in revenue and even grabbed place among the top three smartphone brands. The company ended 2016 on a high note with impressive and unique device like the Mi Mix while it expanded its Mi Ecosystem. Now what lies ahead for Xiaomi? Company’s CEO Lei Jun took to Facebook to explain vision for 2017, here’s what he said.