Mobiistar to be officially launched in India in May

After months of preparation, the Vietnamese mobile phone brand Mobiistar formally sent invitation to the Indian press for the event of its brand introduction in this country on May 23, 2018. It is expected that Mobiistar will launch its two low-range products specialized in selfie function with the price of around under INR10,000 (approx. VND3 million or $147).

The information about Mobiistar officially appears on

The information about Mobiistar officially appears on

Mobiistar also announced its cooperation with Flipkart, the largest online retailer in India.

In a similar press announcement, Flipkart confirmed this long-term collaboration as well in order to build a line of product which is more suitable and affordable to Indian citizens.

Accordingly, the introductory merchandise will be Star Selfie ones, focusing on the ability to selfie, with very reasonable price. These are the products that have charted Mobiistar’s fame in the Vietnamese market.

The information about Mobiistar officially appeared on the online store this week with the slogan ‘Launching the all-star series from Mobiistar on May 23, 2018’.

When referring this partnership, Mr. Ayyappan Rajagopal, Senior Director on mobile products of Flipkart, shared that the cooperation with Mobiistar is a step to innovate the Indian market via the introduction of competitive-priced merchandise.

He also expressed his high expectation on the Star Selfie line of Mobiistar to be sold to Indian people on Flipkart, saying that they will surely become the best-sellers in the low-range segment while Flipkart is honored to continue playing the part of ‘the Indian partner of smartphone sellers’.

By KIM THANH – Translated by Vien Hong

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