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Top 10 Indian Mobile Phone Brands | Popular Smartphones

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India is one of the on-growing economic countries in the world and is the second-most popular country in the world after China. India has an approximate population of 1,326,093,247 and the on-growing economy of India attracts many companies to invest in the Indian market. Mobile phones have become one of the most important parts of human life and they have that much impact on our life that nowadays most people prefer to use their cell phones instead of talking to each other while sitting with family, friends or in any group. There are many Indian mobile brands in the market but still, the Chinese mobile companies have established their dominion in the Indian market and we all prefer to purchase them. I believe we all are aware of the make in Indian campaign and if you are thinking to purchase a mobile of the Indian brand or you want to know about the Indian Mobile Phone Brands then this article might be helpful for you.

Top 10 Trusted Indian Mobile Phone Brands and Companies | Indian Mobile Brands:

1. Micromax Informatics:

Micromax is one of the Indian mobile phone brands which also makes other consumer electronics. It was founded on 29th March 2000, and it has it’s headquartered situated in Gurugram, Haryana, India. Rahul Sharma is the owner of this company and it was initially established as an IT company and later it entered the mobile business. Micromax is an Indian brand that provides mobile phones with maximum features at minimum cost and is at number 10 in the list of top 10 largest smartphone vendor in the world.

Indian Mobile Brands

(Micromax Informatics Official Website: https://www.micromaxinfo.com/)

2. Karbonn Mobile:

Karbonn is an Indian mobile company that was established in 2009 by Sudhir Hasija, Pardeep Jain, and has headquartered in New Delhi, India. It is one of the Indian phone brands (android one) which got sold in the UK via Amazon UK.

Indian Mobile Brands

(Karbonn Mobile Official Website: https://www.karbonnmobiles.com/)

3. Intex Technologies:

Intex is an Indian company that deals in electronics goods and mobile phones. It was established by Narendra Bansal in 1996 and it’s headquartered is at New Delhi, India. It initially deals with the IT products but later in 2012 it expands the business and started dealing with LED TV and other electronic devices. It was also India’s second-most highest mobile selling company.

Indian Mobile Brands

(IntexTechnologies Official Website: https://www.intex.in/)

4. IBall:

IBall is an Indian company which is known for IT and consumer electronic devices. It is a multi-owner company whose owners are Anil Parasrampuria, Varun Daga, Shreans Daga and was established in 2001, it’s headquarter is in Mumbai, India. In 2014 IBall launched a smartphone named Uddaan which is especially for the women because it has a button that produces a loud siren and also sends text messages to the five persons automatically which you have selected, only after pressing that button.

Indian Mobile Brands

(IBall Official Website: https://www.iball.co.in/)

5. Lava International:

Lava International is one of the Indian Mobile Phone Brands that was established in 2001 by Hari Om Rai, Vishal Sehgal, Sunil Bhalla, Shailendra Nath Rai and has headquartered at Noida, UP, India.

(Lava International Official Website: https://www.lavainternational.com)

6. Spice Digital Limited:

Spice digital limited was established by Bhupendra Kumar Modi in 2000 and it has it’s headquartered in Noida, UP, India.

(Spice digital limited Official Website: https://www.digispice.com/index.php)

7. Celkon:

Celkon was established in 2009 by Y Guru and it has it’s headquartered in Hyderabad, Telangana, India. Initially, it assembles its products in Taiwan and China but now it has its units in Hyderabad, (Telangana), Tirupati (Andhra Pradesh).

Indian Mobile Brands

8. Xolo:

Xolo belongs to Lava International and is established in 2012 by Vishal Sehgal (Co-Founder &Director of Lava International), Sunil Raina and it’s headquartered in Noida, UP, India.

Indian Mobile Brands

(Xolo Official Website: http://www.xolo.in/)

9. YU Televentures:

YU Televentures was established in 2014 by Rahul Sharma who is also the owner of Micromax Informatics, headquartered in Gurgaon, Haryana, India. It has a joint venture with Micromax and Cyanogen Inc.

Indian Mobile Brands

10. LYF:

LYF was founded in 2015 by Mukesh Ambani and it’s headquartered at Mumbai, India. As per the research reports in the Indian markets, LYF is at number 5 in the list of smartphone producers of Indian companies.

Indian Mobile Brands

(LYF Official Website: https://www.mylyf.com/)

“In India, Chinese brands have become the Giants of the Indian mobile market but the Indian brands are also ready to give a tough competition to them. We are not suggesting you here to buy only the Indian mobile brands and all the details which we have mentioned in this article are based upon the research studies”.

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