Audio Technica, known for its expensive and best in class headphones, the brand has recently decided to hit the masses, with is Audio Technica ATH-S100 at a price tag of Rs 1,699
With the latest smartphone, Vivo is offering in-display fingerprint sensor, which was earlier available only its flagship series. But will it make any difference in this price range?
Both of them shares a similar design language and most of the specifications largely remain similar if not equal. We got the chance to spent some time with the device and this is what we think of it.
There are dual rear cameras coupled with some large display and more, which is all set to give a competition to its arch rivals in India. We spent some time with the device and here is our first impression of Xiaomi Redmi 6 Pro.
Can it create some ripples in the budget segment? We spent some time with the device and this is what we think of it.
The smartphone is all set to create a rift in the mid-budget segment, which was earlier dominated by the likes of Vivo, Samsung and Oppo. The phone comes with pretty insane specifications and with this price range, will it be the King of all smartphones? Let’s find out.
The company has added missing features in Realme 1 to this latest smartphone like a top-notch, a fingerprint sensor and a dual-camera setup. However, the question here is, can it rise from the shadow of its predecessor?
Against all odds, Xiaomi has decided to go with a polycarbonate body in the normal variants and Kevlar in high-end one. Clearly, this is a bold decision, especially, at a time when its competition is offering shiny, glossy glass panel.
The company has made important changes like inclusion of latest 18:9 display and upgraded specifications. But, will it be able to create an impact in the budget segment?
HMD is all set to strengthen its position in the budget smartphone segment by offering you some really interesting specifications along with a stock Android experience. But, will it be able to do so?
Lenovo has added some top-of-the-line specifications, good display, better battery life and more. But, does it make sense to buy this one? Let’s take a closer look.
The new series is targeted towards a different set of users. The Pro version is designed to keep the video editors, photographers and 3D designer in mind, while the ZenBook S and ZenBook 13 laptops are meant for a wider audience. We spent some time with the devices and this is what we think of it.
Xiaomi has improved the design, added tall display, fueled it with a better processor and finished it with Google’s stock Android. But, will it be enough this time when the competition is really tough? Let’s take a closer look.
The latest smartphone from Huawei comes loaded with some interesting features like quad-camera setup, glass design and it is the first smartphone from the brand that is powered by the latest HiSilicon Kirin 710 processor.
The big question is does it have enough to compete with the already existing popular smartphone players like Asus and Xiaomi have already established themselves in the market in this price range? Let's find out.