recent years the popularity of mobile phones, smartphones, laptops and computers of Indian production has increased noticeably among the world and national consumers. Apple does not hide its interests in the region: the production of iPhone 6 and 6S models starts in Bangalore and later the most budgetary model in the line iPhone-SE will join them. Apple is going to squeeze the Indian famous manufacturers. A vivid example is the success of Micromax – 11% of the local mobile phone market. One of the newest and most popular low-cost smartphones: Coolpad Note 3S, Coolpad Note 5 Lite C, Selfie 2 from Micromax, Storm, Buzz and Hyve Pryme from Hyve Mobility. It is worth noting that India is experiencing a selfi-boom – all and everywhere are photographed. Manufacturers take this trend into account and rely on high-quality front and rear cameras, a large amount of built-in memory, an appropriate display extension and a powerful processor. They are not inferior in design and convenience. One of the obvious advantages is the price of Indian mobile phones. Allow yourself to buy them can any average person. In India itself, even in small towns and villages shiny displays flutter more and more in the hands of local residents: people listen to music, watch their favorite films and shows, share photos, order goods in online stores, thereby erasing borders and shortening distances.