China's Coolpad Dazen announced its Partnership with an exclusive online store Snapdeal

 	China's Coolpad Dazen announced its Partnership with an exclusive online store Snapdeal

Chinese Smartphone manufacturer, Coolpad Dazen, announced its partnership with the online market, Snapdeal, on Wednesday. The CEO of Coolpad Dazen, Varun Sharma, said that they want to lead in the Indian Smartphone market by providing high quality devices with some of the beautiful specs that has been innovatively designed for all the Indian customers. The Senior Vice President of Electronics and Home, Snapdeal, Tony Navin, is committed to make launch in India and may be a huge success. They are being positive and they will receive a tremendous response from the user base towards the launch.

The Company has also made entry in the Indian market and has appointed the former executive of Flipkart, Varun Sharma, as the CEO. It has also been revealed that the Coolpad Dazen will soon set the R &D centre along with a manufacturing plant in the country as a part of a campaign called ‘Make in India’. Li Wang, the Global Chief Operating Officer of Coolpad Dazen, said that they want to become India’s number one Smartphone brand in the online Smartphone market.

Some of the other Chinese brands that exist in the Indian market are Huawei, Oppo, ZTE, OnePlus, Xiaomi and Meizu. The Coolpad Dazen has established itself in the Indian market in spite of facing such tough competition. The Company also said that it would bring a patent frameless Smartphone within a year in India. They are laying emphasis on both the visual appearance of the design and its functionalities.

 

 


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