Micromax’s event on November 3 with the return to the market with the claim ‘Chinese cum’


We are now aware that Micromax is planning to make a comeback in the Indian smartphone market with its new smartphone series before Diwali and this comeback will surely help the Chinese smartphone brand after the Indo-China border dispute. Wants to target so far it was only speculated, but now it has also been confirmed by Micromax’s new video. Micromax’s new ‘in’ smartphone series is set to launch on November 3 and to tease it the company has released a new video, which does not give the name or details of the upcoming smartphone, but with the tagline ‘Ao Karen Cheney Kum’ (come less in Chinese). ), Chinese smartphone brand companies clearly understand.

Recently, Micromax CEO Rahul Sharma named the series “In” and Dr. This will include standard smartphones for quality, equipped with good performance and a near-stock Android experience. Now the company has released a video announcing the start date of the series, November 3. As we mentioned in the video, the ‘less Chinese less’ tagline clearly shows that the company is targeting Chinese companies occupying the Indian smartphone market due to the Indo-China border dispute. The video has a 12-minute launch time, however, it is not known if the launch will be live-streamed through the virtual event.

The Gurugram-based company launched its last phone in the country in October last year, though the last big launch took place in December 2018. A few days ago, Sharma teased the phone for the first time in a video, where he explained the reasons behind the launch of the phone, the Indo-China border dispute and border violence. Micromax plans to bring the series between Rs 7,000 and Rs 25,000.

However, Sharma said in an interview with Gadgets3360 that the company is not planning to enter the Rs 5,000 segment at the moment as it is getting smaller at the moment. “People are focusing more on products that focus on performance,” Sharma said.

Sharma further said that the development of the new series started even before the Indo-China border dispute. “Research and development activities are already underway, but this is an event that has taken it even further,” he said. “

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