Data cards used to be very standard products with few options, but that has long changed.
A data card is a data card, how different can it get? If you said this six months back, it would have been a statement more or less bang on. However, things have now changed. While most data cards are still the same, there is a wide variety now available and a data card can now be many devices fused into one.
This means that choosing the right data card is no longer just about price and maximum speed. Here is our choice of the five best data cards that your money can buy.
Huawei E355 is the world's first data card with WiFi. It is a multi-mode wireless terminal for SOHO (small office home office) and business professionals. It is an HSPA+">HSPA+ device with 21 Mbps downlink and 5.76 Mbps uplink speeds. Huawei E355 can connect with a PC/laptop or any USB adaptor and activate WiFi.
It also comes with Huawei's Type3i technology, which, according to the company, provides up to 20 per cent faster upload and download speeds compared to non Type3i devices. The device is not very expensive either since it doesn't have a battery. It is priced at Rs 2,990.
Asus Zenfone 2 is expected to run on Android Lollipop and have a powerful 2.3 GHz Intel Atom Z3580 processor along with a 4 GB RAM.
In China, Xiaomi sells its product via its own online store and physical store of service providers. But in India this is for the second time the company has taken the offline route.
To make it possible such apps use data connectivity or internet connection.
Huawei and Samsung launched their flagship smartphones this week.
F8 is meant to be a developer conference, where discussion are held and presentation being presented about next big thing from Facebook.
Here we present to you five other smartphones which carry a similar or near about pricing as that of Q450.
With 4 GB RAM and Intel's quad core processor, it is said to be seven times faster than its predecessor.
The Mi Pad is Xiaomi's first tablet offering in the Indian market.
Samsung, had unveiled the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona earlier this month and both the phones are completely different from previous Samsung smartphones.
Both the phones come in three storage variants – 32 GB, 64 GB, and 128 GB.