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Samsung's latest (second) attempt to impress its fans across India is the Galaxy S20 FE 5G. Does it stand well up to the mark? Lets find out.
The Galaxy A52 and the Galaxy A72 are the newest addition to Samsung's A-series family. One of them aims for the lower mid-range segment while the other one goes up high. Are they worth the price? Let's find out
Vivo X60 Pro has been launched in India but is a little different from the variant launched in China. Let's see what Vivo's next flagship has in stores for us
The UI comes with a mix of Samsung, third part and Google apps preloaded. Also, while setting up the new device, if you don't uncheck the boxes for receiving marketing, the ad will be displayed in the notifications.
We have broken down the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra review into three segments: Hits, misses, and verdict. Read on to know more.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ come with a price tag of Rs 79,999 and flaunts features like a big 12.4-inch Super AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate, a bundled S-Pen stylus and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ processor.
The Infinix Hot 10 which was launched by Infinix a couple of weeks looked impressive with the specifications it offered in a price range below Rs 10,000. But is it worth it?
The Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 that was launched just a few weeks back has made its way to us and the tablet impresses us in some ways. Lets have a look.
The Galaxy S20 FE is being touted as the affordable flagship by Samsung while also competing with the OnePlus 8T. But does it prove itself to be a better flagship? Let's have a look.
Samsung recently launched Galaxy M51 for an attractive starting price of Rs 24,999 and it seems to have more ticks than crosses in terms of consumers expectation from a smartphone.
Starting at Rs 19,499, the smartphone is touted to be the Monster from Samsung? But does it really justify its price point? Let’s take a closer look.
Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G comes with a price tag of Rs. 104,999. Is it worth buying?
We spent some time with the device and here are our first impressions.
A lot of smartphone brands have launched Note series previously, but no one can match the consistency of Samsung in this particular segment.
Unlike previous years, the Xiaomi is no more an automatic choice in mid-range as the competition from other brands especially Realme is quite fierce.