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Indian smartphone exports projected to reach $ 1.5 billion by the end of 2020: study

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Indian smartphone exports projected to reach $ 1.5 billion by the end of 2020: study

India smartphone exports are estimated at $ 1.5 billion, or approximately ₹ 11,104 crore, in 2020, according to a report by analysis and research firm TechARC. The report also shows that the ‘Make in India’ initiative has contributed significantly as people from 24 countries buy mobile phones made in India. From January to September, a total of 12.8 million mobile phones were exported from India, of which 10.9 million were smartphones.

COVID-19 caused a sharp decline in the period from April to June.

According to a TechARC report, the Indian smartphone export market is estimated to cross $ 1.5 billion by the end of this year. In the January to March period, 7.4 million units were exported which declined sharply to 1.2 million in the April to June period due to COVID-19 and lockdown restrictions. Then, in the period from July to September, 4.2 million units were shipped. A total of 12.8 million Indian smartphones were exported from January to September and out of that 10.9 million units were smartphones.

Samsung exported 11.6 million units, followed by Xiaomi at 0.6 million.

In terms of Indian smartphone exports, Samsung exported 9.8 million units, followed by Xiaomi with 0.6 million and Lava exported 0.2 million. Vivo and OnePlus were the other smartphone exporters in the top 5. It was found that Samsung galaxy a51 Was the most exported smartphone. Lava was the only Indian brand exporting smartphone and was one of the top 5 exporters.

A total of 21 brands are exporting Indian smartphones and 17 brands are exporting smartphones.

According to the report, India exported more than 4.5 million phones to the UAE, over 1.3 million to the US, over 1.2 million to Russia, 1.09 million to South Africa and over 612,963 to Italy.

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Akshay Kumar launches PUBG rival multi-player mobile action game FAU-G

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Akshay Kumar launches PUBG rival multi-player mobile action game FAU-G

On the occasion of Republic Day, Akshay Kumar launched the mobile action game ‘Fearless and United Guards (FAU-G).

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Kumar shared a short trailer of the game to announce his debut on Twitter.

“Face the enemy. Fight for your country. Protect our flag. India’s most anticipated action game, fearless and United Guard: FAU-G takes you to the headlines and beyond! Start your mission today, ”he tweeted along with the trailer.

The initial episode of the game is located in the Galvan Valley of Ladakh and the rest of the episodes will be set in other Indian battle ground.

The game is free to download and play while users have to pay for many premium features like the skins of their avatars.

The ‘FAU-G’ was announced in September last year when the Government of India banned PUBG.

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