Chinese handset creator ZTE is about to release its premium ‘Nubia Z7 Max’ smartphone in India in front of the festive season to contend in the wildly challenged cell phone market.
The ZTE Nubia Z7 Max phone , valued at aroundRs. 26,000, is required to be the first gadget from ZTE’s premium phone comes to introduction in India, the world’s fastest developing cell phone market.
ZTE will release this gadget around September-October expected in the Rs. 24,000 to Rs. 26,000 price tag, sources said. ZTE has already released Nubia in 2012 to tap the premium-end of the European phone market. Different gadgets under the Nubia price range incorporate Z5 Mini, Z5 S and the X6.
According to the internet media ZTE is sure of the Nubia range doing great in the Indian market and helping it develop its vicinity in the multi-crore open handset business in India.
ZTE likewise supplies handsets and dongles to telecom service providers. Released in July not long from now, the double SIM Nubia Z7 Max specs a 5.5″ display screen, powered by 2.5 ghz quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor chip and runs on Android 4.4 Kitkat customize with Nubia UI 2.0.
It wears 2gb of RAM, 32gb memory further expandable up to 64gb, 13-megapixel primary camera, 5-megapixel front facing camera and a 3100 mah powerful battery. ZTE has two different gadgets under Nubia Z7 range named as – Z7 and Z7 Mini. However, no details is available regarding the launch date of the gadget in India.
As per reports, ZTE sold 52,800 Nubia Z7 phone in 4 minutes and 36 seconds in China via a website. Generally, numerous handset producers like Motorola and Xiaomi have picked the e-trade channel by online store websites like Flipkart and Snapdeal to reach to the clients. This helps them to save on conveyance costs, which they regularly pass on to the clients and successfully cutting down the cost of the gadget.
The Indian cell phone business sector is seeing hard competition in the middle of nearby and global players, all vying to snatch an offer of the multi-billion dollar market. As indicated by IDC, cell phone deals in India developed very nearly three-fold to in excess of 44 million in 2013, floated by moderate gadgets made by neighborhood firms, for example, Micromax and Karbonn.
In January-March 2014, 17.59 million cell phones were transported into India while 6.14 million in the same time of 2013. Samsung was the business pioneer (35 percent piece of the pie in Q1), Micromax (15 percent), Karbonn (10 percent), LAVA (6 percent) and Nokia (4 percent).
Low cost cell phones, particularly those estimated in the range-$200 class (Rs. 12,000), are doing best in the Indian market.