Shreyashka Vikram Raj is a cultural, freelance photographer and a writer, started photography since 2010 AD and professional writing since 2015 AD. Chooses to convey a story of his work that shall echo in time and space. Favorite Quote “I Want to put a ding in the universe” – Steve Jobs
Oppo the Chinese smartphone manufacturer entered the Nepali market in 2016. The company from then to date has made itself a staple in terms of smartphones under 60,000 and for individuals looking for quality mobile camera tech.
Xiaomi often referred to has Mi, has become a household name when it comes to smartphones in the Nepali Market. The China based smartphone manufacturer has wide range of smartphones for all categories. The brand is mostly popular due to their wide range of products in the budget category.
The name Motorola comes with heritage that everyone is familiar with, but the brand only entered Nepal officially in 2017. Distributed solely by LifeCom Pvt Ltd the brand is slowly finding acclimatizing with the Nepalese smartphone market.
Colors Mobile is one of the leading mobile brands of Nepal. The companies presence in the recent years has been shadowed by numerous international brands such as Xiaomi, Huawei and Oppo. Colors mobile claims to be Nepal’s leading mobile brand. Colors Mobile has been caters to a wide spectrum demographic with quality features at an affordable price.
Huawei is a household name that comes to mind while thinking of smartphones in Nepal. They are the second largest sellers in Nepal trailing behind Samsung. The brand however is rapidly growing and increasing their market share and also the people’s trust.
Colors Mobile Nepal has launched the P65, an entry level smartphone for the price of Rs. 7,995. Colors mobile recently also launched the Colors S1 and is preparing to launch the Colors S9. The P65 features basic features such as a 5.0 inch screen, 1 GB of RAM, MediaTek Processor and a 5 MP Camera.
Bhadrapur Airport in Jhapa conducted a Instrument Flight Regulation check with a test flight in coordination with Buddha Air. The airport which is situated at Chandragadi in Bhadrapur, received checks and inspections on the newly installed Instrument Flight Regulation(IFR) technology.
The NIU Electric Scooter debuted in Nepal during the NADA Auto Show. Motor Vehicle Company the authorized dealer of NIU Electric showcased their NIU N1S electric scooter at the event. The scooter is available in the Nepali market for the hefty price of Rs. 2,65,000.Currently the company is offering the scooter at 1,98,999 only.
Gautam Buddha International Airport which was supposed to have come into operation by December 2017, shall not even finish construction in 2019. Construction work at GBIA fail to gather pace and with the amount of work due, raises questions over its competition.