Over 100 Million GenAI Smartphones Set for Shipment in 2024
Ashlin Rajan -
According to Counterpoint Research, the trajectory for GenAI smartphone shipments is forecasted to reach a staggering 522 million units by 2027, exhibiting a compelling Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 83%.
India's 5G Mobile Subscriptions Set to Hit 130 Million by 2023
Newsmen Tech Desk -
Ericsson, the firm behind the report, anticipates 5G subscriptions to dominate the Indian mobile subscription landscape, accounting for a significant 68 percent share by the conclusion of 2029.
OnePlus Open: A new foldable star is born with greater longevity, cool features
IANS -
They evolved over the years and now, OnePlus has brought its flagship foldable to India that clearly ups the game and challenges the rivals with a device that combines light, compact-slim design with revolutionary imaging to deliver one of the best foldable experiences.
Samsung leads India smartphone market in Q3 with 18% share
IANS -
Xiaomi advanced to the second position, shipping 7.6 million units, primarily fuelled by the release of its affordable 5G models. Vivo dropped to the third spot, shipping 7.2 million units, while realme and OPPO (excluding OnePlus) completed the top five by delivering 5.8 million and 4.4 million units, respectively, according to market research firm Canalys.
India likely to see 70-75% growth in 5G smartphone shipments in festive season
IANS -
The country saw a 65 per cent growth in 5G handset shipments till July this year (year-on-year), according to market research firm CMR. 
Samsung launches special pricing on select Galaxy M, Galaxy F smartphones
IANS -
Consumers can now purchase Galaxy M04 and Galaxy F04, starting Rs 6,499, the company said in a statement.
Blue light from smartphones, tablets linked to early puberty in males
IANS -
The research, presented at the ongoing 61st Annual European Society for Paediatric Endocrinology Meeting in The Hague, Netherlands, sheds light on how environmental factors, such as screen time, impact early puberty and testicular tissue, which could eventually lead to future prevention strategies for children.
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