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Lenovo sold 1 million 4G smartphones in 2015

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Lenovo announced that they have sold 1 million 4G smartphones Lenovo A6000, A6000plus and A7000 till June 2015. As per CMR’s India quarterly data, 4G-LTE device shipments had grown 108 percent to 2.2 million units for the Jan-March quarter.

Sudhin Mathur, Director – Lenovo smartphones said, “As a technology first company, Lenovo continues to push the market threshold for newer devices. Apart from providing great devices, our partnership with Flipkart gave consumers in more than 1000 cities/towns across the countries access to our 4G smartphone portfolio. Beyond the metros, we’ve seen also seen a good uptake in Gujarat, Maharashtra, Kerala, West Bengal and Andhra Pradesh”.

Amitesh Kumar Jha, VP – Retail, Flipkart said, “A great portfolio of 4G devices enabled by the Flipkart-Lenovo partnership should lead to a faster adoption of 4G in India. Flipkart currently leads the 4G adoption with about 60% share of LTE devices sold in the country led by Lenovo’s devices. We are looking forward to take this further in the coming months.”

Written by Shintu

Tech Blogger by passion & App Developer by Profession. Founder and Former editor-in-chief of GadgetnMore & Gadgetsware blog.

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