With its economic clout, China has rapidly increased its manufacturing capacity and is now able to produce gadgets that are significantly less expensive than those made in other nations. But does that mean there aren’t any cellphones comparable to these Chinese models? It seems there is. There are a few brands from Korea, Europe, Taiwan, and the United States that can compete with the domestic Indian names, even though they may not yet be on par. The top non-Chinese cellphones are listed below.
Established in 1865, Nokia Corporation is a multinational corporation that specialises in consumer electronics, information technology, and telecommunications. The main offices of Nokia are located in Espoo, Finland, which is part of the Helsinki metropolitan area, while the Pirkanmaa district of Tampere is where the firm was founded.
One of the biggest manufacturers of electronic products worldwide is Samsung, a South Korean business. Appliances, digital media devices, semiconductors, memory chips, and integrated systems are just a few of the consumer and industrial electronics that Samsung specialises in producing.
In August 2018, the Poco sub-brand for Xiaomi was introduced. Xiaomi successfully launched the Pocophone F1 under the Poco name. Before the release of its second device in January 2020, POCO India established itself as a separate brand.
A worldwide manufacturer of consumer electronics and computer hardware with its headquarters in Taiwan, ASUS was founded in 1989. As the world’s top motherboard and gaming brand as well as a top-three manufacturer of consumer notebooks, ASUS is committed to developing products for the smart life of today and tomorrow.
Apple Inc. created and sells the iPhone range of cellphones (United States). Apple’s iOS mobile operating system is used by these gadgets. On January 9, 2007, then-Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveiled the first-generation iPhone. Since then, Apple has provided yearly updates to iOS and new iPhone models. More than 2.2 billion iPhones has been sold as of November 1st, 2018. A multi-touch screen serves as the foundation of the iPhone’s user interface. It can make calls, surf the web, take pictures, play music, write and receive emails, and connect to Wi-Fi or cellular networks.
Consumer electronics under the Google Pixel brand are powered by either the Android or Chrome OS operating systems. The first-generation Pixel Chromebook served as the launch vehicle for the Pixel brand in February 2013. The Pixel series comprises a number of accessories in addition to computers, tablets, and smartphones.
A Japanese global conglomerate corporation with its headquarters in Konan, Minato, Tokyo, Japan is the Sony Group Corporation, also known as Sony and stylised as SONY. As a significant player in the technology industry, it serves as one of the biggest producers of consumer and business electronics, the biggest console maker, and the biggest publisher of video games.
With its headquarters in Kadoma, Osaka, Panasonic Holdings Corporation, formerly Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. from 1935 to 2008 and the original Panasonic Corporation from 2008 to 2022, is a significant Japanese multinational conglomerate corporation.
Taiwan’s New Taipei City is home to the HTC Corporation, a Taiwanese maker of consumer electronics. When it was first established in 1997, HTC produced laptop computers as an original equipment manufacturer and original design manufacturer.
Between December 2016 and August 2020, TCL Communication manufactured and sold BlackBerry-branded devices in all markets throughout the world under the trading name BlackBerry Mobile, with the exception of the regions where BB Merah Putih and Optiemus Infracom operated.