Although the budget segment is the most active part of the Indian smartphone market, most people still pay a lot of attention to the high-end flagships. These phones might not sell as much, but they’re a look at the future for the rest of us, and bring the cutting edge of features and performance.
Brands like Apple and Samsung continue to dominate in this segment; newcomers have been getting better and better even as their prices keep rising, but the top of the market remains and old-boys-club for now. That could change by next year though, as we’re seeing brands like Xiaomi, Honor, and OnePlus all release very interesting devices, as you’ll see in our honourable mentions at the end of this piece.
This article was sourced from Gadgets360