Smartphones in 2019 – The Losers and Winners so Far

The scene in the Indian smartphone market changes once a week and fortnight with the
launch of a new mobile phone.

However, the sad part is that due to increasing competition in the market, not all
smartphones are up to the mark. Yes, some lose big, and some become the darling of
the masses.

More than a model that is launched, it is the brand and its relevance that matters for a
customer in making a buying decision. Hence, it will be good to discuss winners and
losers smartphones in India in 2019 so far. Read on!

The Winners Of 2019 So Far:


1) Vivo Z1 Pro

Smartphone In 2019-Vivo Z1 Pro


Vivo Z1 Pro is a resounding success in India as it packs a punch with its excellent
features. Vivo which has captured the Indian market in a very short span of time has
delivered excellent smartphones in the past. The company has always maintained its
trust among its customers and delivered always its best guns in the market.

Vivo Mobiles have always ahead in the race of technology as compared to other
smartphone makers. This latest phone of Vivo is a cool amalgamation of class and style
at a midrange price. It would be good to check out the specs of this Vivo mobile to know
more:

⮚ 4 GB RAM + 64 GB ROM, expandable up to 256 GB
⮚ 6.53-inch FHD+ FullView display
⮚ 16MP + 8MP + 2MP triple rear camera
⮚ 32MP front camera
⮚ Qualcomm Snapdragon 712 AIE processor
⮚ Face Unlock
⮚ Triple card slot
⮚ Fast charging
⮚ 5000mAh battery

Owning this successful Vivo mobile will cost you around Rs.15,000 in India.

2) Redmi Note 7 Pro


Redmi is the market leader in the Indian market with close to 25% market share. Redmi
phones are the epitome of elegance, style and performance at throwaway prices. Redmi
Note 7 Pro is the phone that shook the industry and became an instant success. The
features of this blockbuster phone are:

⮚ 4 GB RAM + 64 GB ROM, expandable up to 256 GB
⮚ 6.3-inch FHD+ DotNotch display
⮚ 48MP + 5MP dual rear camera
⮚ 13MP front camera
⮚ Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 AIE processor
⮚ Splash Proof – protected by P2i
⮚ Quick Charge 4.0 support
⮚ 4000mAh battery

The cost of this Redmi mobile phone in India is around Rs.14,000.

3) Oppo K1


Oppo K1 is one of the best flagship smartphones from Oppo that you can opt for in
India. Oppo K1 boasts of an in-display fingerprint sensor, and it is an industry-first
feature at under Rs.15,000. Let’s take a look at the features of this phone:

⮚ 4 GB RAM + 64 GB ROM, expandable up to 256 GB
⮚ 6.41-inch DotNotch AMOLED display
⮚ 16MP + 2MP dual primary camera
⮚ 25MP front camera
⮚ Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor
⮚ In-display fingerprint sensor
⮚ 3600mAh battery

The price of this Oppo smartphone in India is around Rs.14,000.

The Losers Of 2019 So Far:


1) HTC Wildfire X


HTC was once a major mobile phone in India, but it has not been able to continue with
its force in recent time. It is no longer considered a reliable mobile phone brand in India.
HTC is even considering abandoning its India operation as it has failed to withstand
Chinese competition. One of its recently failed smartphone in 2019 was HTC Wildfire X
with features like:

⮚ 4 GB RAM + 64 GB ROM, expandable up to 256 GB
⮚ 6.22-inch DewDrop display
⮚ 12MP + 8MP + 5MP triple rear camera
⮚ 8MP front camera
⮚ MediaTek Helio P22 processor
⮚ 3300mAh battery
It is priced at Rs.14,000 in India.

2) LG Q Stylus+


LG is a famous and reliable consumer electronics brand in India, but it failed to rub its
success onto its smartphone category. LG Q Stylus+ was the phone that failed to make
an impression in India in 2019. Its features include:

⮚ 4 GB RAM + 64 GB ROM, expandable up to 2 TB
⮚ 6.2 inch FHD+ FullView display
⮚ 16MP rear camera
⮚ 8MP front camera
⮚ MediaTek MTK 6705S processor
⮚ 3300mAh battery

The price of this LG smartphone in India is around Rs.17,000.

You can now buy any of these successful models in India and don’t have to hurt your
expenses by spending an entire price at once.

You can now spread the cost of a smartphone over a suitable tenor and pay only fixed
EMIs only on the Bajaj Finserv EMI Network in India. Bajaj Finserv also presents pre-
approved offers on EMI finance and other financial products.
Smartphones in 2019 – The Losers and Winners so Far Smartphones in 2019 – The Losers and Winners so Far Reviewed by Tech Proism on September 08, 2019 Rating: 5

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