‘Diyana’ from Asteria Belmont is all set to revolutionize the 21st Century tech industry and will be manufactured in India.
Mumbai: Asteria Belmont has announced that the most-awaited, ‘Diyana’ from Asteria Belmont will be assembled, mass-produced in India in support of the Make in India initiative.
Diyana, a redefined computing device will be introduced by Asteria Belmont globally through the anticipated exclusive launch event on the second week of June 2022. Asteria Belmont has been working intensely for years on product R&D and has partnered with the world’s largest consumer-tech manufacturers, suppliers chain for mass production.
The product, which is now in its final prototyping stage, designed by Asteria Belmont in Seattle’s exclusive design centre will be assembled in India. Diyana has been meticulously crafted to achieve the finest perfection in every detail. It will be the world’s most innovative and aesthetic-looking gadget. Elegant, yet the most powerful. Will have the fastest processor, impeccable storage capacity, brilliant camera features, the sharpest display ever, and much more. Which tech experts say will be the greatest revolution in the history of 21st-century computing.
“We’ll be setting up our independent R&D unit in India employing hundreds of people,” said Syed Faizan Azeem, The CEO of Asteria Belmont.
The company which is valued at about US $2 billion today, will be investing over US $100 million just this year towards its Indian manufacturing segment.
“Asteria Belmont has got remarkable potential and will certainly disrupt and capture a major part of the global smartphone market share, the company has got great financial prospects and ambitious plans especially in India which will certainly contribute to the Indian Economy” added Y. Srinivas, the financial expert from Hyderabad.
Asteria Belmont will soon be making further announcements on product specs, technology, patents, partners, investors, and financials—besides details of the launch event—in the further communique. The company, reportedly, have also been aggressively hiring ex-Apple employees.