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Let's have a look at the smartphones that launched in India last month along with their specifications and pricing details.
Samsung Galaxy M12 is a budget smartphone from the Korean manufacturer that sits in a price segment that is already pretty crowded. So let's have a look at other alternatives for the Galaxy A12
Upcoming Realme budget smartphone called the Realme V13 has been spotted on TENAA revealing some of the specifications of the device.
As per new reports surfacing the internet, the devices should the 3 devices should launch in Late Q1 or Early Q2 of 2021.
Motorola Capri Plus aka Moto G30 has appeared on the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) certification website.
The upcoming successor to the Nokia 6.2 is expected to sport a 6.45-inch display along with quad cameras on the back.
The upcoming Samsung Galaxy A52 5G has bagged China's 3C certification and could launch soon.
Motorola is said to release two new smartphones under its G series this year. The key specifications of the device have been revealed through a leak.
Vivo has launched another budget offering for potential customers in India, called the Vivo Y20A
Vivo has launched the refreshed version of its Vivo Y20 in Malaysia with an octa core processor, HD+ display and more.
The Poco M3 is Poco's latest attempt to capture the budget segment in India but will it be able to do so?
The Nokia C3 is aiming to the capture the market over which Xiaomi and Realme already have a strong hold. Is it a worthy competitor?
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?
Is it really that good? We spent some time with the device and here our first impressions.
The Infinix Smart 3 Plus is loaded with a host of interesting features, which could be tempting for the first-time smartphone buyers or those looking for a phone on a tight budget.
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.
For this price, Infinix is offering you latest 18;9 display coupled with impressive battery. Other specs are modest as well. So, the question here is: will this smartphone write a new success story for Infinix in the budget segment? Let's take a closer look.
The device comes in three color variants, namely, Champagne Gold, Slate Grey and MidnightBlack. Additionally, it supports 22 different Indian languages.
Packing a decent hardware and boasting 1A Fast Charging Technology, what should you expect from this Rs 4,000 mobile phone?
Xiaomi Redmi 3S Prime is available for Rs 8,999 and Redmi 3S is priced at Rs 6,999.
Xiaomi today unveiled the Redmi 7A entry-level smartphone n India for a starting price of Rs 5,799. Redmi has termed the device as the “Smart Desh Ka Smartphone”, which bears a similar resemblance to when Realme quoted the Realme C2 as the “Desh ka real choice”. With an entry-level price tag, basic features, large batteries and the latest Android experience, which of these two would you choose as your “Desh ka” budget phone? Let’s talk about that.
Xiaomi had two announcements to make today for the two smartphones it launched in India today. The company introduced the Redmi Y3 and the Redmi 7 budget phones for a respective starting price of Rs 9,999 and Rs 7,999 respectively. The Redmi 7 also comes at a 3GB + 32GB configuration like the base model of Redmi Y3 which sells for Rs 8,999. For the sake of this comparison, we’ll look at the 3GB + 32GB models of the Redmi Y3 and Redmi 7 to see what really is the difference between the two phones and whether or not if it makes sense.