Beijing: The Chinese multi-national tech firm, Lenovo is trying to gain the lost market, by unveiling smartphones in the range of Rs 5,000, in India. Sometime back, the computer giant had unveiled, six android devices in the market.
Lenovo, who will introduce the new sub Rs 5,000 range of handset in the Indian market, will compete companies like Samsung and Nokia, who already have established markets. At the same time, companies like Micromax, Lava and Karbonn are doing well with their pocket friendly smartphones.
Lenovo is planning to expand its market share by selling one million smartphones in India. Also, the company wants to join hands with distributors like Ingram, Advanced Computer and Redington to increase their presence in tier-II and III cities of India.
Last week, the company launched K900 for Rs 32,999. The device was showcased at CES in 2012. Not only did Lenovo launch K900 but other smartphones like P780, S920, S820, A706 and A390.
As per reports, Lenovo will sell these Android based smartphones in 3000 retail outlets in India.