Can LG “W” Series Compete The Indian Market?

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After Xiaomi entered in the Indian market smartphone business is change because of the best specification at the best price, and then all mid-range players like Micromax, Intex, Karbonn, Lava just vanished due to their lake of security and Android updates. Because they just import smartphone from Chinese OEMs and put on their brand name top to it.

Where Xiaomi comes with its own MIUI OS (based on Android) they still give security and Android OS updates on their times.

And from 2017 Oppo and Vivo change the game again but still Xiaomi survive here. and 2018 Realme come to compete in the market.

Why LG Failed in India?

LG mobile always keeps its price always high in the Indian market. and Indian people are so intelligent to make a decision because they need good specs according to their needs at as much as the lowest best price.

Mostly they launch flagship phone in India where Indian peoples love to purchase phone under Rs. 15,000.

Last they launch LG Q series smartphone which pricing starting from Rs. 11,000 around because on that time they give lower RAM, and side by side processor was not good.

Is LG “W” Series Survive In The Indian Market?

Recently LG launched their “W” series smartphone LG W10, LG W30, LG W30 Pro and its pricing starting from Rs. 8,999 on this price it has these specifications.

LG W10 and W30 powered by MediaTek processor and this processor is so powerful to handle heavy games like PUBG, in this price range you can get Redmi Note 7 powered by Snapdragon 660 processor.

The battery is great not good as Snapdragon. Because mostly MediaTek device performed at first time very well after a year later it shows his original look.

Wrapping Up

I think LG should move in Snapdragon processor because Indian user loves it after Xiaomi brings it with their smartphone. And Android specially design for Snapdragon processor, even game developers prefer Snapdragon chipset.

 

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