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The smartphone is, indeed, sleek with just 7.45mm thickness and is certainly lightweight with 155 grams.
To stand against the likes of Xiaomi and Huawei, who are probably the pillars of budget smartphone segment, ZTE Blade A2 Plus will need to add a little extra
Nubia Z11 Mini looks decent on paper but not everything is rosy.
Nubia Z11 Mini looks great on paper but not everything was rosy during my initial use.
ZTE Blade V6 is perhaps the best looking smartphone under Rs 10,000 currently but it doesn't offer the best specs.
Nubia Z11 comes in two variants - one with 4GB RAM with 64GB internal storage and other with 6GB RAM with 128GB internal storage.
Phicomm Energy 653 looks great on paper with the best features that you can expect from an affordable handset.
At Rs 4,999, Yu Yunique has decent looks and features.
The smartphone does not boast of eye catching features, but it delivers appreciable performance.
Unlike most CDMA smartphones, this one is priced at par with GSM counterpart, but how is its performance? Find out in this review.
This might keep you busy with its 3G connectivity but does not have any clear advantage over its competitors. Read on to know more about the Idea Blade 3G smartphone.
Reliance 3G Tab has a 7 inch display and combines the features of a good smartphone along with those expected in a tablet.
Brilliant effort to let first time android users experience this operating system and that too at an affordable price.