After Samsung and Sony, HTC is also planning to manufacture phones in India
Samsung, about a month ago, announced that it is going to manufacture its Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge in India. Just recently HTC followed its footsteps and decided to make mobile handsets in India. After Samsung Electronics, HTC has turned into the second major worldwide cell phone producer to enter Indian market to make handsets.
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As announced in the Economic Times report; The Company has consented to an arrangement with Global Devices Network, which established an assembling and gathering unit in Noida three month back. It is note able that Global Devices Network produces smart phones for Zen. As trials have begun, Business generation is relied upon to begin in July. Worldwide Devices Network (GDN) managing executive Nitesh Gupta affirmed to Economic Times that the organization was in talks to begin business amassing of HTC cell phones.
HTC will start with the passage level to mid-portion cell phones, valued between Rs 10,000 and about Rs 25,000. A quality control unit will likewise be set up at the company's manufacturing plant. Jayanth Kolla, co-founder of telecom research firm Convergence Catalyst also told that, “Besides the evident duty differentiation of 6% to 6.5% that companies would get after making in India, they will also get access to a big market and labor."
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Meanwhile, Sony, LG, Xiaomi and Motorola have also shown interest in manufacturing in India due to potential of the country's Smartphone market.