World sees India as an emergent smartphone market with fabulous corporate chances. This may be the reason why Asus, Huawei, Motorola, Lenovo and Xiaomi like companies are aggressively focusing Indian mobile market. On the other hand, Indian companies like Micromax & Karbonn are exponentially increasing their share in Indian mobile market by selling cheap devices and are now threatening the thrones of Samsung & Apple like global companies. Since its start, Micromax largely focused on smartphones of price range ₹ 5000- ₹ 10000 and saw swift growth in sales. Their success appealed other companies to think from a new angle and begin from scratch. 2014 was the year when the smartphone confrontation began. It was the time when Micromax, Karbonn like companies faced the race in low-price range smartphones after the launch of Motorola’s Moto E for just ₹ 6999. Packed with numerous great specifications Moto E was a huge hit. Overwhelmed by the response, Motorola produced imported more pieces to the country. And now as they have already released next generations of Moto E at the same price, a lot can be expected. In the latter half of 2014, other smartphone makers like Lenovo, Huawei and Xiaomi started landing their models to the Indian market. Xiaomi’s Mi, Lenovo’s A series, Huawei’s Honor devices and not to forget Asus’s Zenfones are competing well to local brands in <10k range.