Samsung launched its flagship Galaxy Note8 smartphone in India last month for Rs. 67900, a year after the Galaxy Note7 fiasco. It has similar design as the Galaxy S8 smartphones featuring Quad HD+ Infinity Display. Samsung has also added dual rear cameras for the first time. How good is the Galaxy Note8? Let us find out in the review.
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The future is OLED. The deep blacks and simply jaw-dropping contrast levels, viewing angles possible using the tech create an image that almost pop out from the screen. So it’s really no surprise that the top end television in Sony’s line up sports an OLED panel similar to LG and Panasonic’s line up. We’ve been testing out the Bravia A1 KD-55A1 for the last few weeks and here’s what we think about it. Continue reading “Sony Bravia A1 KD-55A1 OLED TV Review”
It’s probably fair to say that there’s a bit of nostalgia associated with the Nokia brand. Most cellphone enthusiasts have sported one at some point in their life and others continue to swear by the legacy of the brand. There was a collective hurrah in the tech reviewer/journalist/blogger community when HMD Global first announced its comeback. Rooting for the underdog while maintaining a degree of skepticism, it was a bit disappointing to see the entry-level, mid-range offerings at MWC. The question on everyone’s mind was obvious. Where’s our flagship, Nokia? Fast forward 6 months and the company has delivered. The Nokia 8 is here and is raring to recapture the throne. Continue reading “Nokia 8 Review: The Reliable Flagship”
Well over a year after the launch of the Amazon Echo Dot, Google finally has a competitor out. Announced alongside the all-new second generation Pixel smartphones, the device might have gotten a bit overshadowed but fret not, we’ve been testing it out the last few days and have a review ready for your consumption. Now that the Echo series of devices are available in India, is it worth importing or waiting for a Google Home Mini? Find out in our review.
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InFocus launched Turbo 5 Plus, bigger version of the Turbo 5 in India last month. Priced at Rs. 8,999, it packs a massive 4,850mAh battery and dual rear camera setup. Let’s check out if the phone is worth it in this review.
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It is so obvious that the Micromax is desperately trying to secure its place in the Indian smartphone market. In an aim to up their game and compete with other companies, Micromax recently launched the Evok Dual Note with dual rear cameras at sub Rs. 10,000 segment. Continue reading “Micromax Evok Dual Note Review”
Stuffcool is widely known for its range of mobile accessories including cases, screen protectors, chargers, car, and bike mount holder and of course the charging cables. Continue reading “Stuffcool Marvel USB Type-C, Micro USB Cables Review”
Back in August, China-based Topwise Communication made its entry into the Indian market with the launch of Comio S1 and a couple of mobiles. The Comio S1 comes in Royal Black and Sunrise Gold colors and is priced at Rs. 8,999. Placed perfectly amid other mid-range smartphones, does it pass with flying colors? Let’s check it out. Continue reading “Comio S1 Review”
Hybrid Smartwatches are gradually becoming a trend. They are a good combination of classic analogue watches with activity tracking features. Skagen, part of the Fossil Group, recently launched one such hybrid smartwatch dubbed as Skagen Connected. I had a chance to use this watch for couple of weeks and here are my thoughts in this review.
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Earlier this month 10.or (pronounced Tenor) made its debut in India with the 10.or E aiming at the budget segment. The 10.or E series comes in Aim Gold and Beyond Black colors, is priced at Rs. 7,999 for the 2GB RAM with 16GB storage version and the 3GB RAM with 32 GB storage variant costs Rs. 8,999. It goes on sale exclusively on Amazon.in. Let’s see how it fares among other budget segment smartphones. Continue reading “10.or E Review”
Vivo launched the V7+ smartphone as the company’s first phone with a FullView 18:9 display earlier this month in India. It is also the first phone with Snapdragon 450 and it is also a selfie-focused phone with a 24-megapixel front camera. How good is the smartphone? Let us find out in the complete review.
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After a long gap, Google introduced an Android One smartphone in partnership with Chinese handset maker Xiaomi in the Indian market. Aiming at the mid-range segment, Xiaomi launched Mi A1 smartphone, which is the global variant of the Mi 5X that was introduced in China back in July. How good is the phone? Let us find out in the review. Continue reading “Xiaomi Mi A1 Review”
SoundBot, popular for its audio accessories launched the SoundBot SB565 Bluetooth headset in India last month for Rs. 1990. Check out the review to find out if the headset is worth the price. Continue reading “SoundBot SB565 Bluetooth Headset Review”
A few years back, Nokia used to be the house hold name, but in its absence, many smartphone makers climbed up the ladder to what they are now. After going through a lot, Finnish-based handset maker Nokia made its come back in the smartphone industry, in-ties with HMD global. Aiming at the mid-range market, Nokia 6 was launched in the Indian market at a price tag of priced at Rs. 14,999. Continue reading “Nokia 6 Review”
Moto launched the G5S Plus as a special edition smartphone in India last month priced at Rs. 15,999. Even though the phone is a minor upgrade to the G5 Plus, the company has managed to pack dual rear cameras to capture images with depth effect and it also has an improved front camera. Is the phone worth the price? Let us find out.
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