Fitbit, the popular fitness tracker and wearable maker made its foray into the smartwatch market by announcing its first Blaze smart fitness watch at CES 2016 in January this year. The company is known for making quality fitness trackers and hence we were curious to see what it brings to the table with its “fitness watch”. The Fitbit Blaze was launched in India in March this year for a price of Rs. 19,999. Does the company manage to offer the perfect blend of a smartwatch plus a fitness tracker with Blaze? Is the device worth its price tag? Let’s check the same in this detailed review.
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Tengi is a pretty new messaging application that promises to offer a no-nonsense messaging experience while also offering incentives to the users of the app.
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Asus launched an upgraded version of the Zenfone Max in India in May starting at Rs. 9999 as a successor of the first Zenfone Max that was launched back in January. It has a faster Octa-Core Snapdragon 615 SoC, runs on Android 6.0 (Marshmallow) and has 32GB of storage. It also has a 3GB RAM variant for Rs. 12,999. Is the phone worth the price? Let us find out in the complete review.
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Vivo had launched V3 and V3 Max in India in April this year. The Chinese smartphone maker was one of the top five vendors in Q1 2016. We have got our hands on the mid ranger Vivo V3 which is priced at Rs. 17,980. Let’s see if the device is worth its price tag in this detailed review.
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The one that started it all. The trend of providing a value proposition at an extremely enticing price point is back. The Moto G, now in its 4th avataar, is here to shake things up again but is it still as big a deal as it used to be? More so, now that the company has split the handset into multiple tiers, what makes more sense for the consumers? We find out in our review. Continue reading “Moto G4 Review”
Panasonic last week launched a high-end smartphone in its Eluga series dubbed the Panasonic Eluga Note for Rs. 13,290. The company is very confident about this dual-SIM 4G VoLTE offering and believes that the Eluga Note will enhance its market share as an emerging smartphone brand. Continue reading “Panasonic Eluga Note Review”
Oh look, Consumers have access to yet another device in the oh-so crowded sub Rs. 10,000 segment. Yes, we’re talking about the new kid on the block, the Samsung J2 (2016). Samsung has taken a step away from competing on specs and this time it is focusing on offering interesting new usability tweaks that could potentially be a big deal for a lot of users. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy J2 (2016) Review”
Huawei’s Honor brand launched the Honor 5C smartphone in India last month priced at Rs. 10,999. It recently went on open sale in the country. We already brought you the hands-on impressions of the smartphone, here we have the complete review of the phone.
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Asus’s latest notebook that combines high end performance in a sleek and compact form factor is the GL552VW. Inspired by an F22 Stealth Fighter, the new laptop brings about a big improvement not just in terms of performance but also in terms of the look and feel. Let’s see how well it fared.
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There’s a new phone in town and it is absolutely huge! Yes, it is pretty well endowed technologically but seriously, it really is very big. Following the launch of the Redmi Note 3 and the Mi 5, Xiaomi is all set to bring the Mi Max to India. A beast of a device that packs a 6.44 inch display into its slim frame, Mi Max is a very curious phone that almost edges into the small tablet territory. We’ve been testing it out over the last few days and here’s what we think about it. Continue reading “Xiaomi Mi Max Review : The Big Show”
Rising up fast and strong, LeEco erstwhile known as LeTV is quickly becoming a brand to reckon with. Well known in their home market of China for being a huge player in the content industry, the company has been pretty successful with their phones so far. With the 2nd generation of devices, we’re seeing LeEco trying to emulate its content first model in India as well. Moreover the company is pushing the envelope forward with some very interesting design choices. Want to read more about the Le 2? Carry on for the full review. Continue reading “LeEco Le 2 Review: A New Challenger Appears”
Samsung launched the Galaxy J5 (2016) smartphone in India last month for Rs. 13,990. We have already gone hands on with the phone which is a successor to last year’s J5. It comes with more RAM and bigger battery. Is the phone worth its price tag? Let’s check it out in this review.
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Samsung launched the Galaxy J7 (2016) smartphone in the new J series last month. Even though it retains the same 5.5-inch HD Super AMOLED screen, it has a faster processor, more RAM and a slightly bigger battery. Is the phone worth the price? Let us find out in the complete review.
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Following the end of the Sony Ericsson brand, Sony took a hiatus of almost a year before entering the market again under a solo name. Sony went all out with the Xperia Z and brought about a fresh new design language and high end specifications. Although waterproof smartphones were a common sight in the east in Japan, there were less than a handful of phones that featured waterproof abilities worldwide and almost none of them were made for the masses.
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The OnePlus 3 is the latest flagship product from the brand that “Never Settle”s and this time around, it truly seems like they didn’t settle, at least on paper. Let’s dive into the review to see how the smartphone fared in the real world.
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