iNew will soon start their sales in Pakistan

iNew — a China based smartphone manufacturer — is planning to start selling their devices in the Pakistani market. According to our information, iNew will be launching 4 new Android devices by the end of this month. These Android devices will be priced between 8,000/- PKR to 25,000/- PKR (80 USD to 250 USD). Unlike most smartphone makers which provide some customized version of Android, these iNew smartphones will come bundled with Stock Android.

For regional distributions purposes, iNew has recently signed a contract with Mobile Masters. Alan Chan, CEO of iNew, said:

We are absolutely focused to launch iNew Smartphones in Pakistan. The Head Office will start its formal operations in the last week of August. We are committed to bring latest innovative technology solutions to our customers and this distribution partnership will pave the way, to increase our nationwide presence and make our innovative products available for more consumers in other cities as well.

If this is the first time that you’re hearing about iNew, that is probably because it is a new brand which is currently operating only in a few selected markets which include Malaysia, Indonesia, Saudi Arabia and Nigeria. To keep yourself updated about iNew and their upcoming products, keep visiting our blog and you can like their Facebook page as well.


I am Computer Engineering graduate who loves to play with and build cool hardware. I have recently joined Engismo as a contributing blogger and my platform of choice is Android for mobile devices.
  • Asjad Ali Naqvi

    why always Chinese based manufacturers takes interest in Pakistani market .although LG,Motorola ,Iphone ,HTC etc should take interest in Pakistan.because Pakistan has imported big number of smartphones this year as compare to other countries .so why these companies not take their interest in Pakistan ?

    • It’s not about how much smartphones a country imports, it’s about how easily a manufacturer can start selling in the market. I personally think that our laws and increasing taxes are the reasons why many manufacturers like Motorola and others are reluctant of coming officially to Pakistan.