Motorola last week launched the successor of Moto Z Force in the Indian market billed as Moto Z2 Force with the shatterproof display. Priced at Rs 34,999, does this smartphone lives up our expectations? Let’s find it out. Continue reading “Moto Z2 Force Review”
US-based Belkin recently launched the Travel 200W DC/AC inverter-cum Car Charger dubbed as AC Anywhere, in the Indian market. This is the perfect device for those who find themselves in a lot of traveling without having time to charge the laptop, phone or other accessories. Continue reading “Belkin AC Anywhere — Charge your electronic devices in the car”
Smartron recently launched the t.phone P smartphone focused on battery with humongous 5000mAh battery under the hood. The company promises up to 2 days of battery life on a single charge. So, how good is this smartphone, let’s check it out. Continue reading “Smartron t.phone P Review”
The wearable market in India is progressively gaining momentum owing to its affordability, thanks to Chinese counterparts. These days, the affordable/basic wearable segment offer array of features including phone notifications, steps taken, heart rate, sleep monitor, and others, which in turn attracts the first time buyers. It is indeed safe to say that the tech, which incorporates health and fitness is on the rise among the Indian youths. It’s been approximately four years since Samsung made its presence in the wearable market and launched more than 6 to 7 wearables till now. Continue reading “Samsung Gear Sport Review”
Hong Kong-based Infinix just launched its Hot S3 smartphone in India. Here we have the unboxing and first impressions of the smartphone.
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Motorola just launched the 6GB RAM version of the Moto X4 in India, few months after it launched the 3GB RAM and 4GB RAM variants of the phone in the country. Here we have the unboxing and the first impressions of the new version of the phone.
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There are very few smartphone makers who cater to all the three segments – Entry-level, Mid-range and High-end. One such company among them is the Huawei’s online brand Honor. A couple of weeks before the launch of Honor 9 Lite, the company pulled the wrap off its flagship smartphone in India dubbed as Honor View 10 equipped with Artificial Intelligence. Last week Honor launched the Honor 9 Lite with brilliant build quality, quad-camera setup and Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box. We got hold of this device for more than a week and here is our review. Continue reading “Honor 9 Lite Review”
Samsung launched the Galaxy A8+ (2018), the company’s latest premium mid-range smartphone in the ‘A series’ in India last week. Here we have the unboxing of the phone.
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Huawei’s Honor brand today launched the Honor 9 Lite smartphone in India, soon after the launch of Honor 7X. This has dual front and rear cameras similar to the Honor 9i, but it has a smaller 5.65-inch full-screen display. Check out the unboxing below.
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Soon after the launch of Honor 7X , which is one of the best smartphones under Rs. 13,000 segment, Huawei’s online brand Honor launched the Honor View 10 in India this year with Artificial Intelligence. Equipped with Neural Processing Unit (NPU) it enables deep learning based on user behavior for a seamless experience. The Honor View 10 comes in Midnight Black and Navy Blue colors and is priced at Rs. 29,999. Let’s check out how good is the phone. Continue reading “Honor View 10 Review”
The eighth installment of the Star Wars, marketed as Star Wars: The Last Jedi, has hit theaters. In a way of celebrating the release of the movie, OnePlus launched OnePlus 5T Star Wars Limited Edition smartphone for the fans last week. Continue reading “5 Star Wars games you can play on your OnePlus 5T with the DND mode on”
Soon after the launch of Honor 9i, Huawei’s online brand Honor launched theHonor 7X in the Indian market aimed at the mid-range segment. In fact, it is the successor of the Honor 6X that was launched in India earlier this Year. And the Honor 7X is the second smartphone from Honor portfolio with 18:9 aspect ratio display to launch in India. So how good is this device? Let’s check it out. Continue reading “Honor 7X Review”
With ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ hitting theaters in less than a week, the Star Wars loyalist around the world is prepping up to grab the collectibles for themselves in a way of expressing love towards the most-successful franchise. We are sure for some Star Wars aficionados the movie alone can’t satisfy their hunger. So we have compiled a list of things that can possibly satiate your hunger for Star Wars. Continue reading “5 Star Wars Gadgets and Collectibles you must own as a fan”
After putting an end to the much celebrated Nexus brand, Google opened a fresh front in the smartphone market last year in form of ‘Pixel’. This game plan gave Google a full control over both software and hardware, elevating them to a next level when it comes to Android experience. With Pixel smartphones, Google directly started competing against Apple, be it pricing, quality or the experience. Soon after the launch of the first Pixel, the device met with a mixed response, particularly for its pricing. Continue reading “Google Pixel 2 Review”
Lately, the Chinese handset maker OnePlus has been in the headlines for pulling off some amazing stunts in the premium smartphone segment. However, this doesn’t end here, as the company, again, arguably, announced the upgrade of the current OnePlus 5 flagship in a gap of just five months. Dubbed as OnePlus 5T, it is a mid-cycle refresh after the OnePlus 5, offering an 18:9 aspect ratio display, improved camera, and of course the new advanced facial recognition technology. So, should you be pissed or excited about this upgrade? Let’s check it out. Continue reading “OnePlus 5T Review”