Not a few consumers across the globe are aware that they may be buying a cellphone manufactured in their country in connection with Business Process Outsource deals, India has in fact set the time table for mobile phone manufacture in year 2023 to become not just a BPO, but be at a higher level that is $9 billion worth export mobile phone industry. The country has toppled China off its number 1 position as country with the highest number of mobile phone shipments throughout different parts of the world. According to the Economic Times, India’s mobile mobile phone exports had jumped significantly from $5.8 billion toward a trajectory of $9 billion in 2023.
According to the cellular phone industry of India, the India Cellular and Electronics Association, the projections are actually high as electronics production is expected to become a $300 billion industry by the year 2026.
This early, the country’s various phone exports have already surpassed the $5 billion mark. It’s nearly twice more than the last year’s $2.2 billion of which nearly half are Samsung and Apple smartphones. The two brands actually account for half of the smartphones outsourced to India-based manufacturers
Actually, India has the reputation for being the preferred destination for BPO projects because Indian talents specialize on IT-based services, software development and global manufacturing.
The Homegrown Tecno Camon Smartphone Series Helped India Expand into Mobile Phone Exports
Rajeev Chandrasekhar, India’s Minister of Electronics and IT said that expanding into exports is the main goal instead of letting India’s IT talents get stuck with manufacturing mobile phones for BPOs.
Recognizing that India’s IT industry has great capabilities, a local smartphone brand called Tecno Camon Series brought high expectations for smartphone exports.
Starting with the Camon 16, a mobile phone cum gaming device, it impressed a lot of consumers across the globe. Currently, the latest model, the Tecno Camon 17 continues to impress. The Tecno Camon 17 premier price in Bangladesh when the Indian product launched in December 2021 and came out at a price of BDT. 22,000.
The price has been deemed reasonable as the Camon 17 Pro has a pretty reliable 64-megapixel quad-camera for taking selfies. Many find the smartphone’s wide selection of user-friendly tools helpful in hiding blemishes, and in hiding dark circles as well as in fine tuning one’s overall body shape.
Camon 17 Pro actually works magic as it helps users create their own personalized look.