XOLO Tablets Price List in India January 2019
About XOLO Tablets
XOLO tablets are constantly gaining popularity in the Indian tablet market. Priced at a low price point, the company is one of fastest growing companies in terms of market growth. With diverse low end and high-end options, their wide array can cater to any requirement.
XOLO Tablets – Capturing Domestic and Global Markets
XOLO Tablets and smartphones were introduced in 2012. Since then, XOLO has progressively increased their presence, launching numerous lines of smart devices. Not limiting themselves, the company has android as well as windows based devices in their arsenal. This diversity further enables them to satisfy any need that a consumer may have.
Since their inception in 2012, XOLO has stood by their emphasis on innovation. They introduced themselves with the XOLO X900, a first of its kind smartphone with an Intel chip. They have now diversified their line to extend into XOLO tabs and other mobile accessories.
Xolo primarily manufactures smartphones and tablets. Their smartphones are available in two lines – the Era and Black lines. Era series phones are priced in the range of Rs.5k-10k while their Black series phones are available above Rs.10k.
They have partnered with industry leaders in technology, including Intel, NVIDIA, AMD, Qualcomm etc. These partnerships have enabled the company to widen their horizons on technological development. Their greatest achievement is arguably the HIVE UI- their proprietary User-Interface for Android devices.
Expanding across the borders
XOLO Tablets and smartphones have recently made their entry into UAE markets. Available at extremely low cost, the company has recognised UAE as the ideal arcade for their higher-end devices. Offering various customisations through their HIVE UI, the company is doing much better than what many trade experts predicted.
In 2013 XOLO announced Ayushmann Khurrana as their brand ambassador and followed that up by signing Irrfan Khan in 2014. In the same year, they announced a regional partnership with England based football club, Liverpool FC. These marketing deals worked out very well for the company, spreading the XOLO brand far and wide.
In 2015, XOLO partnered with online e-commerce sites to launch one of India's first dual camera phones, the XOLO Black. This helped the company grow further, owing to the massive advertising and reputation of these e-commerce platforms.
The latest of the XOLO Tablets is the Win tablet, running on Windows 8.1 OS and a 1GHz AMD processor. With this, the company looks to capitalise on the niche market of Windows mobile users.
XOLO has always emphasised on research and development. Based out of India and China, the R&D sector of the company is looking to improve on the experience provided by HIVE and develop newer things.
With partners like NVIDIA, Qualcomm and AMD focusing on R&D and the marketing expertise of e-commerce giants, XOLO Tablets and smartphones are on the verge of something really big.