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Report: India to overtake the US as the second largest smartphone market by 2019


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China is currently the largest smartphone market in the world, followed by the US, but it looks like things will change in the future. According to a report by Statista, in two years time, India may surpass the US to become the second largest smartphone market in the world.

India is anticipated to grab almost 15 percent of the world’s smartphone market share, while the US will drop down to third place with a market share of 10 percent. China, which currently has a 31 percent market share, is expected to remain number one.

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The possibility that India could surpass the US in terms of the number of smartphone users has been predicted for a while now. The demand for smartphones has been increasing in the country, thanks to affordable devices from Chinese companies including Oppo, Vivo, and Xiaomi, just to name a few. Further, the population of India (well over 1 billion) is far larger than the population of the US (around 320 million), which is obviously an important factor.

In addition to India, the demand for smartphones is also expected to increase in other emerging markets like Brazil, for example. That’s why more and more manufacturers are trying to increase their presence in these markets. Xiaomi, for example, has opened a second factory in India, said to be capable of producing one smartphone per second during operational hours. Samsung also sees a bright future in India and has recently announced its plan to double the size of its existing production plant in the country.

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Report: LG to launch G6 Pro and G6 Plus by the end of this month


LG will reportedly launch Pro and Plus variants of the LG G6 by the end of June. The news arrives via South Korean news site etnews, though the site doesn’t provide a source for the information.

From what we can infer from the translation, the LG G6 Plus would be almost the same device, but would feature wireless charging capabilities and come with 128 GB of internal storage space. The price for this is expected to be 999,000 won (~$ 890), compared to the regular LG G6 price which stands at 899,800 won (~$ 800).

The Pro version, meanwhile, would come with 32 GB of storage with a 790,000 won price tag (~$ 700). etnews notes that most of the functions and specs of the Pro would be the same as the LG G6, but we don’t know where besides the internal storage space it may differ from the original; both the LG G6 Pro and LG G6 Plus are said to arrive with the same display, RAM and Snapdragon 821 processor.

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Though this would be a first for LG in terms of releasing multiple version of its flagship phone under different names, it’s not completely new territory for the manufacturer, as the LG G6 already arrived in different markets with different attributes (you can read more about that here).

The handsets are expected to go on sale at the end of June with the three major South Korean carriers, while global availability is said to follow later.

Finally, etnews also hinted that LG wants to consolidate its budget phones under the X brand and release multiple variants of the V series in the future also.

What are your thoughts on the prospect of two new LG G6 variants? Let us know in the comments.

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Report: For the LG G6, it was either Snapdragon 821 or wait until May-June


Consensus seems to have settled on the fact that the upcoming LG G6 won’t arrive sporting Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 835 SoC. Instead, the phone will come equipped with 2016’s Snapdragon 821, a high-end component to be sure, but one that is already available in a number of handsets. A new report by SemiAccurate confirms this earlier rumor and offers up an important explanation as to why LG chose not to wait for availability of the 835.

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For a recap, it is Samsung’s Galaxy S8 that will debut the Snapdragon 835, but this handset is not expected to make an appearance on shelves until sometime in April. Importantly, Samsung is manufacturing Qualcomm’s flagship processor on its cutting edge 10nm LPE process and it’s quite possible that part of this business deal includes Samsung securing the first batch of chips off the production line. While that might not be great for other manufacturers, it’s a pretty fair business deal between the two parties involved.

As such, LG is sticking with its familiar launch schedule and will be showcasing the LG G6 at MWC 2017 in order to eke out an important launch advantage over the Samsung Galaxy S8.

Regardless of any arrangement between Qualcomm and Samsung, SemiAccurate points out that it takes time to bring a processor to market, especially one based on a new cutting edge manufacturing process. The move to a new, smaller, and more difficult 10nm process is therefore likely to extend manufacturing time by a couple of weeks. Remember, it wasn’t until last October that Samsung even announced production of its first 10nm chip, which was later revealed to be the 835.

In total, we’re looking at an estimated five month or so production time for smartphones – four months for the SoC and another month for other components. Therefore even the first Galaxy S8 batch probably won’t be ready until late February or early March. Not to mention that building up the production line for a larger number of orders takes additional time.

Although the first 835 chips might be ready by February, it will take another month or two for production to meet demand.

Although the first 835 chips might be ready by February, it will take another month or two for production to meet demand for a global launch the likes of the Galaxy S8, and even more time will be required to cater for additional manufacturers.

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With that in mind, meaningful volume production of the Snapdragon 835 is not expected until later in the first half of 2017, meaning that LG would have to delay the launch of the G6 for two, three, maybe even four months. Even then, there’s no guarantee that LG would be second in line for Snapdragon 835 supply.

By the time the chip is widely available, it will nearly be time for the launch of the V30, or whatever LG calls its mid-season V20 successor. This situation applies to other manufacturers too, so we’re unlikely to see Snapdragon 835 powered flagships from HTC, Sony, OnePlus, or others until around May-June at the earliest.

We’re unlikely to see Snapdragon 835 powered flagships from HTC, Sony, OnePlus, or others until around May-June.

While some OEMs traditionally already have later launch slots, for LG this represents a stark choice between waiting and therefore generating no sales before the Galaxy S8, or releasing ahead of the S8 with older hardware. It’s only the latter that really makes any business sense.

Furthermore, LG has previously made its position clear about skirting around issues with new processor technologies. The company cleverly avoided the Snapdragon 810 drama by opting for the 808 in the LG G4, so plumping for the tried-and-tested 821 with the G6 is a safer bet when it comes to producing a powerful phone in a time frame that consumers have come to expect. After all, we don’t exactly know what real-world performance improvements the 835 will bring just yet, and it might not be worth the delay.

While hardware and performance enthusiasts may be disappointed about the lack of a cutting edge processor inside the G6, it appears that LG has little choice but to carry on with its initial launch plan. We will have to see how much of an impact this situation has on G6 sales, if any, and perhaps more importantly, the company’s H1 revenue. It’s quite possible that consumers will gloss over the processor situation in favour of being the first to pick up the LG G6’s new virtual assistant and presumably improved camera technologies.

Is the lack of the Snapdragon 835 inside the LG G6 going to be a deal breaker for you, or are you looking forward to some of the handset’s other features?

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