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Wednesday, 4 January 2017

Samsung to launch 2 new smartphones priced under Rs 15,000

Samsung will dispatch two cell phones in India this month for not as much as Rs 15,000, heightening rivalry in the mid-fragment versatile market.

The Korean organization, which has a 49 percent partake in India's advanced cell fragment, will offer alternatives in neighborhood dialects to pull in non-English talking clients.

"We will dispatch two new cell phones evaluated for the mid-section showcase. Each telephone from Samsung will have nine vernacular dialect choices," Samsung nation head (versatile business) Vineet Taneja said, without saying the costs.

Be that as it may, an organization official said the telephones might be estimated in the Rs 5,000-15,000 territory. Most cell phones in India are sold in this value go, including Nokia Lumia 520 and 620, Blackberry Curve arrangement, Xolo cell phones and Micromax Canvas 2. The Samsung telephones will offer access to substance and applications in Hindi, Punjabi, Tamil, Bengali, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi and Gujarati.

"The opposition now in the cell phone market is the way to make the telephone measure little without bargaining on the screen estimate," Taneja said. The organization is set to dispatch its top notch top of the line cell phone, the Galaxy Note 3, on Tuesday.

Samsung as of now offers around 17 cell phones evaluated between Rs 5,000 (Samsung Star) and Rs 39,000 (S4).

Taneja said the organization is concentrating on the mid-end to top of the line cell phone showcase and will give double sim choice in all handsets. "Going ahead, you will see increasingly double sim telephones coming up," he said.

As indicated by telecom magazine Voice&Data, Samsung toppled Nokia from its administration position in the money related year 2012-13 with income of Rs 11,328 crore and a 31.5 percent piece of the overall industry. Nokia's piece of the pie remained at 27.2 percent