Moto E4 Plus vs Nokia 3 vs Xiaomi Redmi 4 vs Lenovo K6 Power

Moto continues its smartphone launching spree as it gears up to release the Moto E4 Plus in India on July 12, its sixth handset in the country since March this year. The Moto E4 Plus is a budget smartphone with a 5000mAh battery, 3GB RAM option, and 13-megapixel rear camera, features that make it an attractive choice for those looking for a low-cost handset. However, considering how competitive the Indian smartphone market is, especially in the budget segment, the upcoming Moto handset will not have it easy, especially since it will go up against popular models such as Nokia 3, Xiaomi Redmi 4, and Lenovo K6 Power. If you are confused between the four, we take a look at their prices, best features, and the other key specifications to help you figure out which one to buy. Moto E4 Plus vs Nokia 3 vs Xiaomi Redmi 4 vs Lenovo K6 Power price The official Moto E4 Plus price in India will be announced at the July 12 launch event, but it is expected to fall in the Rs. 9,000-12,000 bracket for …

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Days after the government announced a 10 percent basic customs duty (BCD) on smartphone manufacturers as the Goods and Services Tax (GST) came into practice, Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei has said it will marginally hike prices of its smartphones available online.
Speaking to IANS on the sidelines of the launch of Honor 8 Pro smartphone, Allen Wang, Director, Product Center, Huawei India Consumer Business Group, said: "We have both online and offline businesses in India. In online, there will be a little cost increase for sure. But offline, there will be no impact."
Without mentioning when the price hike will be implemented, Wang, however, added that the company plans to optimise other price-guiding factors to minimise the impact of the additional tax burden on its consumers in the country.
"So far, for all our products, we have not increased any price. Price is not just dependent on one factor. When the business gets better and the volume becomes bigger, we may also save some cost," Wang told IANS.
Terming GST as a good move, Wang hoped it will have a long-lasting positive effect on the Indian economy.
"I think this policy [GST] is good for the country in the long term. And when the economy will become better, our business will become better," he noted.
Going forward, Huawei is set to bring more flagship products in India later this year.
"We have already had several small and big launches this year like Honor 6X and Honor 8 Lite. We promise that we have some new devices, new models coming in the second half of the year," Wang informed.
Huawei recently launched 17 new exclusive service centres across the country.
"The after-sales service is very important and a big concern for consumers. That's why we launched 17 exclusive service centres in almost all metro cities. Together, we have more than 200 multi-brand service centres in the country. It's like a long-term commitment to the market," the top Huawei executive said,
"For us, the Indian market is always important. No brand can ignore it." Wang said.


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