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Price-Hunt's Online Poll Declares Samsung as the Most Preferred Mobile Brand in India

Samsung has been largely dominating the Smartphone market in India. Samsung's Galaxy family of devices has made modern life truly mobile and brilliant. Samsung Galaxy S series offer powerful processors with never-before-seen speeds and can run all those cool applications which lesser phones cannot handle. Its Hummingbird processor is twice as fast as other leading Android processors and fly through applications effortlessly, is done in mere seconds.

Aug 25 2013, 1:28pm CDT | by PR.com

Gurgaon, India, August 25, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Samsung have made it to the top in the recent online poll conducted by Price-Hunt for the most preferred mobile brand in India. With 48% of the votes, Samsung is clearly leading the race followed by Apple with just 20% votes and Sony at the third spot with only 16% of the votes. Micromax and Google Nexus, both with a disappointing 8% votes were next to follow. Samsung, Apple, HTC, Nokia, Sony are most popular mobile brands among consumers of all age groups. Micromax mobiles are also becoming popular between the young generation as they have great features and are reasonably priced as compared to its peers.

Samsung has been largely dominating the Smartphone market in India and it seems like the company may reach great heights in the future ahead. In recent times, Samsung has carved a niche in the smart phone market and is available in price ranges from high budget to low-budget. Samsung's Galaxy family of devices has made modern life truly mobile and brilliant. Samsung Galaxy series offer powerful processors with never-before-seen speeds and can run all those cool applications which lesser phones cannot handle. Its Hummingbird processor is twice as fast as other leading Android processors and can do multi-functions like Open and transfer files, zoom in and out of pictures, write and send emails and fly through applications effortlessly. They also offer a video and web experience like that of computers. The online poll showed that Indian shoppers are quickly picking up the key nuances of online shopping. Online shopping is gaining momentum in India and has bright future prospects with an increasing number of people opting to do shopping from their home or office. The online price comparison portal such as Price-Hunt delivers a unique shopping experience by allowing its viewers to compare the product and its price he tends to buy with other related product. Along with comprehensive price analysis, you would also find Best Deals, Coupons, Deal of the Day. In nutshell, Price-hunt revolves around the idea of presenting a one stop search for all online shopping. The automatic search by price-hunt is real-time, unlike other price comparison websites and gives immediate information from all stores for a realistic price comparison.

Anupam Khurana, Co-founder and Director, Price-Hunt.com, stated that, “Indian consumers are very price conscious and we want to help them in terms of the best price and product choice.” It aims at “wrapping up” a physical store into a website and presenting it to a consumer in his living room. Price-Hunt searches from over 20+ credible online portals and over 500+ brands and fetches the best deal within seconds. It uses various algorithms and employs faster query processing technology which enables customers to surf through the most popular brands, the most popular products and the best sellers on one screen. The site uses all open source technology to keep development costs under control and offer the user an advertisement free experience.

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