The phone comes with a price tag of Rs 9,599 and it will be available for purchase from offline stores across the country.
Samsung Galaxy S10+ runs Exynos 9820 SoC. All the through the review process we were impressed by its multitasking and lag-free performances.
Is it enough to give a tough competition to its rivals and regain its top spot in the Indian smartphone market? Let’s get a closer look.
Xiaomi Redmi Go is the first Android Go smartphone to be launched in India by Xiaomi. It is priced at Rs 4,499.
Does the new smartphone from Xiaomi have enough arsenal to take on the likes of Samsung, Realme, Oppo and more? Let’s find out.
The laptop is touted to sleeker, lighter and more powerful as compared to its predecessor and it comes with a starting price of Rs 74,990. So, does it make any sense to buy this laptop? Let’s dive in.
The company has added some nifty arsenal to its device with a new gradient finish, triple-camera setup an impressive 5000mAh battery. But, is it enough to make the best proposition to its potential buyers?
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The smartphone is equipped with a pop-up mechanism, which was first shown with Vivo NEX. This coupled with a massive 48-megapixel sensor at the back along with some interesting hardware makes it quite an interesting proposition.
The smartphone is equipped with a gradient finish and boast some interesting hardware proposition. However, is it enough to woo the Indian consumers?
The device still packs decent hardware. So, will it Real(ly) successful device? Let’s find out.
We got the chance to spent some time with the device and this is what we think of it.
The smartphone shares a similar set of characteristics with its elder brother. So, the question here is: Does it make a worthy option?
Does it have all the arsenal to bring the competition to its knees? We spent some time with the device and this is what we think of it.
The Galaxy M30 packs some interesting hardware and it features some modern design language. However, the question here is, will it be as successful as the recent Galaxy M-series were?