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Realme, Xiaomi and Vivo have all called off their smartphone launches in India due to 21-day coronavirus lockdown.Realme, Xiaomi and Vivo have all called off their smartphone launches in India due to 21-day coronavirus lockdown.

Coronavirus: Realme Narzo 10, Mi 10, and other phone launches cancelled in India | 91mobiles.com

Xiaomi India head Manu Kumar Jain just Tweeted that the Mi 10 series' Indian launch would be postponed. Both phones were supposed to be unveiled on March 31st via an online-only event. The delay is likely due to the nationwide lockdown put in place by the Indian government to combat the coronavirus epidemic.Xiaomi India head Manu Kumar Jain just Tweeted that the Mi 10 series' Indian launch would be postponed. Both phones were supposed to be unveiled on March 31st via an online-only event. The delay is likely due to the nationwide lockdown put in place by the Indian government to combat the coronavirus epidemic.

Xiaomi Mi 10 Indian launch postponed amid nationwide lockdown - NotebookCheck.net News

China’s major Android smartphone vendors, including Xiaomi, Oppo and Vivo, may be particularly vulnerable to a slowdown in India amid sluggish economic growth and weak consumer spending in their home market.China’s major Android smartphone vendors, including Xiaomi, Oppo and Vivo, may be particularly vulnerable to a slowdown in India amid sluggish economic growth and weak consumer spending in their home market.

Xiaomi postponed the launch of Mi 10 that was scheduled for March 31. Realme’s new Narzo smartphone series that was scheduled to launch on March 26 has alsoXiaomi postponed the launch of Mi 10 that was scheduled for March 31. Realme’s new Narzo smartphone series that was scheduled to launch on March 26 has also

Xiaomi, Realme and Vivo postpone smartphone launches in India | Business Insider India

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OnePlus has shut down its stores temporarily and it has also put all online orders on hold. The shut down has been implemented ahead of the COVID-19 lockdown across India.OnePlus has shut down its stores temporarily and it has also put all online orders on hold. The shut down has been implemented ahead of the COVID-19 lockdown across India.

OnePlus and coronavirus: All stores closed temporarily, online orders put on hold - Technology News

Many smartphone makers have deferred new phone launches in India, while some have halted sales of newly launched devices. Here's what you need to know.Many smartphone makers have deferred new phone launches in India, while some have halted sales of newly launched devices. Here's what you need to know.

Coronavirus India lockdown: Smartphone launches delayed, stores closed

Oppo, Vivo, and Realme have shut their factories pending further notice from the state government of Uttar Pradesh. These plants are located in Greater Noida, a suburban city in Uttar Pradesh which is one of the last few states to announce a complete lockdown.Xiaomi also said that its corporate offices, warehouses, service centres, Mi Home facilities, and factories will follow lockdown orders.

Oppo, Realme, Vivo Shut Down Manufacturing Plants Amid Coronavirus Lockdowns | Technology News

Smartphone manufacturers are closing down their Indian factories to comply with the coronavirus lockdown. India’s 21-day lockdown begins

Smartphones makers including Apple and Samsung suspend manufacturing in India temporarily | TechRadar