Chinese smartphone maker Togel to expand operations in Singapore
Togelsong will expand operations there as it seeks to take advantage of the growing number of Chinese consumers in the region.
The company said it would expand its smartphone operations to cater to those Chinese customers, while also expanding its distribution network.
Togelnong, which started out selling a range of smartphones in Hong Kong, plans to sell its phones to the Chinese market and also offer a range to Singaporeans.
Toga, which has a global presence and sells smartphones in Taiwan and Indonesia, plans its expansion in Singapore.
The Singapore-based company’s head of marketing and communications, David Toga said Togeliens smartphones would appeal to a growing segment of the Chinese consumer base.
Togel will focus on expanding its operations in the Asian country as it focuses on expanding the range of products it offers.
Toggel’s smartphones, including the Togelin and Togela models, have a range that includes some of the most popular smartphones in the world, such as the HTC One, Samsung Galaxy S3, Sony Xperia Z, and Xiaomi Redmi Note, according to the company.
Toga has been focusing on expanding distribution in China to meet the growing demand for its phones, said Toga’s head marketing and operations.
In addition, Toga will also be looking at expanding its services in Singapore, where it plans to add services such as video conferencing and smartphone booking to its existing services.
While Toges phones have a wide variety of features, Togellens service has not been particularly well received by Chinese customers.
It was launched in Hongkong in 2016, and was followed by a similar launch in Singapore in 2020, according the company’s website.
Toggedong is also selling its smartphones in Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam, which were not the biggest markets for the company to launch its business in.
Toggingong’s smartphones have sold well in those markets, according its website.
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