As Indian digital loan market looks to swell to $1 trillion by 2023, Facebook and Xiaomi get battle ready for better foothold
Facebook has already announced that India would be the first country where it will roll out its small business loan program offering loans via a partner to firms that advertise on its platform.
They pointed out that, the lack of accessibility of devices in network use is an obstacle to digital access at the marginal level, however, quality networking services are also a big obstacle in this way. At the same time, there is the inadequacy of local services.
The first trimester of 2021 has been nothing less than extraordinary for the manufacturers of personal computers. Since the begging of the year, more than 90 million computers have been sold all over the world.
According to the report, as the economic situation improves with the weakening Covid-19 pandemic and supply-side push of 5G devices smartphone shipments are set to improve
Xiaomi has launched Mi 10i starting at Rs 20,999 for the 6GB RAM and 64GB storage version.
Xiaomi has launched Mi 11 with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC. Price starts from Rs 45,000 and goes up to Rs 52,800.
Xiaomi has launched Redmi 9 Power in India at an introductory price of Rs 10,999, which will go on sale on December 22, 2020, via Mi.com and Mi Home stores.
Xiaomi is still in the lead when it comes to smartphone sales in India. However, Samsung has slipped in the sales rankings with Vivo moving into second place
Xiaomi has launched Mi LED TV 4 PRO in the offline market exclusively with Vijay Sales. The company said its offline partner will be making this 55-inch ultra-thin LED TV available in over 80 of its stores.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has launched Mi Express Kiosk, vending machines which allow consumers to purchase Xiaomi smartphones and mobile accessories directly.