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Flipkart launches Billion Capture+ as the first smartphone. The ecommerce giant headquartered in Bengaluru on Friday inaugurated its own proprietary smartphone that sells from US$170 on Nov. 15 to pursue a segment of cheap market share in India that is currently dominated by China's Xiaomi and Oppo brands.

Tinuku Flipkart launches Billion Capture+ its own smartphone

Flipkart launches its own self-made smatrphone is Billion Capture+ with dual camera to hit market share in India which greeting is dominated by Chinese brands. The country's 1.3 billion population in 2016 bought about 109 million new smartphones and this year will be even bigger.

"By making this product in India, we will create an impact on the country's manufacturing ecosystem and the skills of young workers," says Flipkart founder Sachin Bansal.

Xiaomi and Oppo are in the top position in the Indian market today and have established factories in India after Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked for Indian-made products. Apple also produces iPhone SE in India for the local market.

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