These days, the negative atmosphere is spread everywhere about China. Amidst reports of Coronavirus infection that started from China and the conflict along the Indo-China border, people are buying Chinese products.
In such a situation, the people who want to buy a smartphone, they are in a little control as to which company to buy the handset.
The reason is that most of the smartphones which dominate the Indian market are from Chinese companies, be it Xiaomi, Vivo, Realme, Oppo, or Honor, OnePlus, Infinix, Huawei, Techno, Motorola. Not only this, but Chinese Foxconn also shares in Nokia’s promoter HMD Global.
In such a situation, people who do not want to buy the smartphone of any of these companies, have the option to buy the smartphones of companies like Samsung, LG, Apple, and Panasonic because they are not from China.
Samsung and LG are South Korean companies included in the biggest smartphone makers. At the same time, Apple of the US, Asus of Taiwan, and Panasonic of Japan have a big smartphone market share.
Let’s look at the budget and mid-range segment smartphones on some non-Chinese smartphones, then Samsung Galaxy M10s, Galaxy A10s, LG W30, and Panasonic Eluga Ray 610 can be purchased in non-made in China category.
At the same time, Samsung Galaxy M31, Galaxy M31s, LG W30 Pro can be considered in the range of 10 thousand to 20 thousand rupees.
Talking about premium segment smartphones, there is a plethora of options here. You can buy Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite, Galaxy S10 Lite, Asus 6Z, ASUS ROG Phone 2, Google Pixel 3a, and iPhone 8 series phones for less than 40 thousand rupees.
Samsung Galaxy S20 series, LG G8X ThinQ, Google Pixel 3 XL, and iPhone 11 series devices can be selected for a price above 40 thousand rupees.