Micromax announced the Canvas 6 smartphone alongside Canvas 6 Pro in India last month with brand new logo and company’s new identity “Nuts.Guts.Glory”. The company didn’t have a consumer ready Canvas 6 back then and so we couldn’t get our hands on the device. Now that the handset is finally rolling out, we also got a chance to play with it for some time and here’s our initial impressions of the Micromax Canavs 6. Continue reading “Micromax Canvas 6 Hands On Impressions”
Micromax recently launched the successor of Canvas Spark 2 in India dubbed the Canvas Spark 3 Q385 for Rs. 4,999. The phone comes in a segment where you will mostly see local manufacturers competing against each other, and Micromax is targeting first time user with this new offering. But is it even worth a try, we find out in our review. Continue reading “Micromax Canvas Spark 3 Q385 Review”
Just to clarify in advance, we are not passing any judgement about the phone and whether it’s scam or not. What we are referring to is that it seems more of a ‘Publicity Stunt’ and nothing else. Continue reading “Freedom 251 is definitely a great buy, but we smell something else here!”
Xiaomi introduced the Mi Pad 2 tablet device at an event in China in November last year along with the Redmi Note 3. It is the successor of last year’s Mi Pad with better build and updated specifications. The tablet went on sale in China from November 27th, and we managed to get one from China as well. Checkout our detailed review of the new Mi Pad 2. Continue reading “Xiaomi Mi Pad 2 Review”
Motorola launched its ShatterShield display device – Moto X Force – in India on Monday, which according to company is “world’s first shatterproof display smartphone”. Continue reading “Motorola Moto X Force Hands On and Photo Gallery”
Lenovo on Tuesday launched the successor smartphone of popular K3 Note in India, but this time around as a part of its Vibe lineup dubbed the Lenovo Vibe K4 Note. Continue reading “Lenovo Vibe K4 Note Hands On and Photo Gallery”
InFocus in India launched the mid-range M680 smartphone for Rs. 10,999 on Monday. It is available for order exclusively on Snapdeal and goes on sale starting 21st December. First 2000 buyers will get a selfie-stick worth Rs. 1,000 for free. The phone specifications look good on paper but does it convert in real-world performance, we find out in our full review. Continue reading “InFocus M680 Review”
Micromax’s new Canvas 5 isn’t ‘Sliver’ anymore. If you are wondering what it means, then it is that the company has launched its new Canvas flagship smartphone the Canvas 5 on Wednesday at an event in Delhi, and it is seen as the successor of Micromax Canvas Sliver 5 that was launched in June, though Sliver was different category smartphone. We got our hands on the new Canvas 5, and here’s our first impression. Continue reading “Micromax Canvas 5 Hands On and Photo Gallery”
Lenovo on Wednesday launched its affordable smartphone in the Vibe series dubbed the Lenovo Vibe P1m, alongside the mid-range Vibe P1. Priced at Rs. 7,999, the Vibe P1m boasts of a massive 4000mAh battery with support for OTG charging – a feature that lets you use your P1m to charge other devices, and also the quick charging. Continue reading “Lenovo Vibe P1m Hands On Impressions”
Sony has started rolling out Android 5.1.1 Lollipop update for Xperia Z1, Z Ultra and Z1 Compact. The update will bump the phones to build number 14.6.A.0.368.
YU Televentures which is a subsidiary of the popular domestic player Micromax, last week launched an affordable 4G smartphone the YU Yunique in India at Rs. 4,999. The smartphone will be exclusively available on Snapdeal through flash sales staring September 15. While the device specifications appear impressive for the price, is it really worth the purchase? We find out. Continue reading “YU Yunique Review”
We recently reported that how Motorola is preparing the launch of new Moto X Play in India soon. The device was spotted in Zauba’s listing, which revealed that a total of 80 Moto X Play test unitswere imported to Bangalore from China. Continue reading “Motorola teases Moto X Play India launch on Twitter, expected this month”
Google last month launched its latest Android One smartphone with Lava dubbed the Pixel V1 at Rs. 11,350. After devices from three OEM partners – Micromax, Karbonn and Spice – last year, this is company’s first large-screen (5.5-inch) Android One smartphone above Rs. 10,000 in India. Continue reading “Lava Pixel V1 (Android One) Review”
We first heard about Google’s Android One initiative last year when Sundar Pichai announced the project during the I/O keynote 2014. It then later kicked-off with India in September and was further expanded to many other emerging markets like Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Pakistan and many more. Continue reading “Lava Pixel V1 (Android One) Hands On Impressions”
Sony has officially launched its ‘Concept for Android’ initiative in Sweden. Under the trial, users will be able to test stripped down version of Android 5.1 with popular Sony features built directly into the OS.