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How Is HMD Global Trying to Compete With Realme and Xiaomi With Nokia Phones In India?

How Is HMD Global Trying to Compete With Realme and Xiaomi With Nokia Phones In India?

HMD Global intends to manufacture phones not just for and in India, but also from India and for other markets.

In 2021, HMD Global, a Nokia brand licensee, will introduce a range of smartphones and feature phones in India. Nokia introduced models such as the Nokia C20 Plus, Nokia 110 4G, and the newly unveiled Nokia XR20. All of these are set to attract youthful customers.

Nokia brand accessories, such as truly wireless stereo (TWS) earphones, are also available to match the company’s handsets. Nokia phones and accessories are becoming more widely available in India. With the goal of reintroducing the heritage brand to the Indian market. Has it, however, achieved its goal?

How Is HMD Global Trying to Compete With Realme and Xiaomi With Nokia Phones In India?

In 2021, HMD Global, a Nokia brand licensee, will introduce a range of smartphones and feature phones in India. Despite continuing its history of giving a pure software experience, Nokia introduced models such as the Nokia C20 Plus, Nokia 110 4G, and the newly unveiled Nokia XR20. Nokia brand accessories, such as truly wireless stereo (TWS) earphones, are also available to match the company’s handsets. Nokia phones and accessories are becoming more widely available in India, with the goal of reintroducing the heritage brand to the Indian market. Has it, however, achieved its goal?

HMD Global in the Market

HMD Global has been producing phones for quite some time. The Nokia C3, Nokia C01 Plus, and Nokia C20 Plus, according to Kochhar, were made in India. But, they were also developed exclusively for the Indian market. He goes on to say that the business plans to export its locally manufactured phones to other markets in the near future.

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