The government wants Indian phone manufacturers to sell smartphones for under Rs. 2000
In the wake of the cashless transactions Indian government has approached local smartphone manufacturers to launch smartphones costing under Rs.2000. In order to help a digital economy in rural areas.
According to a report, Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a meeting with Indian manufacturers like Micromax, Lava, Intex and Karbonn to explore low-cost smartphones.
Niti Ayog has not approached any foreign phone makers including Samsung, Sony, and Lenovo. Because last year has been a rough one for local phone manufacturers. The government has given this proposal to Indian sellers to launch mobiles for rural people.
Some weeks ago, Prime Minister launched UPI-based BHIM (Bharat Interface for money) app to make cashless transactions easy. Although, the app has already registered 10 million downloads.
Let’s see how much time Indian phone manufacturers will launch their low-cost smartphones.SPONSORED