InFocus having a permitting deal with Foxconn, the contract handset maker, this week claimed that it is planning a sales of almost 6 Million units in India this year. The American firm, which has a collection of smartphones and feature handsets in India, has also dedicated spending of $10 Million this year to extend its operations in the nation.
“India is a huge market and it is very vital to us. We are aiming on 3 areas: camera, battery, and full screen handsets and in our gadgets, you will witness this,” Zhongsheng Luo, CEO of InFocus Mobile Global, claimed to the media. He included that in 2017, the firm plans to trade 6 Million units, with 60% being feature handsets. “We have, by now, pledged $10 Million spending this year in India. Later in the year, we aim to transport Sharp brand of handsets to the country.
This indicates how we are pledged to the nation and that we need to be an enduring player,” he further added. India is one of the quickest developing markets of mobile phone all over the world. While sales of feature handsets have been developing at a slow speed, smartphones have developed at a quicker pace on the back of falling data prices and rising consumption. In addition to this, a huge number of feature handsets consumers are also shifting to smartphones, looking at reasonably priced devices. Some of the top companies in the Indian market comprise Xiaomi, Samsung, Oppo, Vivo, Lava, and Micromax.
InFocus this week rolled out its latest devices, Turbo 5 Plus and Snap 4, with a price tag of Rs 8,999 and Rs 11,999, respectively. Snap 4 and Turbo 5 Plus will be accessible from next month. Both the smartphones will be accessible on Amazon.in, the on e-commerce platform.
Snap 4 sports 8 MP dual front camera and 8 MP and 13 MP dual rear cameras. Fueled by octacore 1.5GHz processor, it has a display of 5.2 inch, 64 GB internal storage, and 4 GB RAM. The Turbo 5 Plus sports octacore 1.5GHz processor, 3 GB RAM, 5.5-inch display, 13 MP rear camera, 32 GB internal memory, 4850 mAh battery, and 5 MP front camera.