There was a time, when Nokia was the staple in the mobile phone segment, not just across the globe, but also India.
However, as everything doesn’t last forever, there came a time for other brands’ meteoric rise, including Apple, Samsung, Motorola, LG, BlackBerry and much more. However this revolution wasn’t limited to the foreign brands in the Indian market.
When Indian entrepreneurs doesn’t leave anywhere behind in any tech and other fields, how the mobile segment could be deprived of that.
Over the years there have many Indian mobile makers emerged which have made quite an impact and become favourite for consumers, offering advanced all the features, specification and capabilities including 4G. These are not only limited to Indian market, but have earned fair share of market across many other countries as well. Here, we are going to list down the top Indian-owned mobile phone brands:
Certainly the most popular of all in the list, Micromax became a popular name because it brought the affordability in hand with high-end features in its range of smartphones. Based in Gurugram, Haryana, this company also manufactures other electronic gadgets like tablets, and LED TV; and also has offices in Dubai and Hong Kong.
Micromax also owns another phone brand, YU. With a popular mobile phone like YU Yureka, the brand is emerging as a key competitor to the Xiomi Redmi phone brand.
Based in Bangaluru and Noida, Karbonn is another popular mobile smartphone brand that has catapulted into a major player in the domain. The company’s mobile phones are also known for their hgh-end specifications like Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, FM, 3G and 4G, while available at low prices.
- I-Ball Mobile
Being in the electronic industry from before, especially in the computer peripherals, I-Ball has also made a name for itself in the mobile phone segment producing quality smartphones.
Lava, with its sheer range of multiple [phone variants across keypad based phones and then smartphones, has made a remarkable name in the segment.
This is the first Indian brand which brought out a smartphone with Intel processor, also the first amongst Indian mobile brands to have a developing partner with AMD.
This company was a leading name engaged in computer peripherals, before entering the Indian smartphone segment with its first offering of Intex Aqua 4G.
When talking about the Indian mobile brands, how can Reliance not have a say in this field. Its LYF smartphones brought about affordability in a 4G VoLTE phone, and the brand is set to grow further and higher in collaboration with Reliance Jio’s mobile network platform.
Apart from these names, some other names that have made a mark as Indian mobile phone brands in the country include Spice, and Celkon.