ZTE Blade A2 Plus First Impressions

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ZTE has arrived in India and with a bang, thanks to the Blade A2 Plus smartphone that they’ve introduced. ZTE claim to have designed it keeping the needs of the Indian consumer in mind and is a different iteration of the international Blade A2 model.

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Android Nougat debuts at 0.3%, Marshmallow adoption soars to 24%

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Google is out with the numbers for Android distribution for the month of November and this time Nougat has made its debut. The latest Android OS that started rolling out to Nexus devices along with variety of Android phones is now present on just 0.3 percent of devices. Continue reading “Android Nougat debuts at 0.3%, Marshmallow adoption soars to 24%”

Moto Z Play Review

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The Moto Z Play is the smaller brother of the Moto Z which is the flagship Moto product of 2016. However, there seems to be quite a lot of similarities and even improvements in certain areas that could potentially make it a really great upper mid-range smartphone. Let us examine the phone in close detail to see what it offers us.

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Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 Review

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The Redmi Note 4 from Xiaomi was unveiled a good 10 months after the announcement of the Redmi Note 3. On paper, it seems to have quite a similar spec list compared to the Redmi Note 3 and seems to offer a package with few improvements. However, as history has shown us, specifications only tell a part of the story and we embark on this review to take a look and see whether or not it is the same case with the Note 4.

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LG V20 vs LG G5 – What’s Different?

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The LG G4 was a pretty good smartphone but LG decided to bring the V10 out and that put the G4 in the shadows. This time around as well, they’ve released the V20 after the G5. Let’s take a look at the specifications in detail to see whether or not the V20 will cast a shadow on the G5.

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Meizu MX6 Review

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The Meizu MX6 is the successor to the MX5 from last year which was considered to be a great value for money handset with all the bells and whistles. This time around, Meizu has focused on improving the design as well as concentrated on the finer details. Let us take a look at how the device turned out.

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Sony Xperia X 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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OnePlus 3 vs Xiaomi Mi 5 – What’s Different

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These two devices are flagship products from their respective companies. They share a lot in common but also differ in a lot of important ways and as a result becomes difficult to track and decide which one is the ideal choice for you. We’ve compiled a list of specifications for both the devices to make that decision much easier for you.

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OnePlus 3 Review

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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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Android Marshmallow adoption hits 7.5%, Lollipop drops to 35.6%

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Google is out with Android distribution numbers for the month of May. Marshmallow 6.0 is continuing to increase its share and is now present on 7.5% of Android devices, up from 4.6% in April. Continue reading “Android Marshmallow adoption hits 7.5%, Lollipop drops to 35.6%”

HTC Sense UI 8.0 will offer more customization with Freestyle layout and sticker support

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We are only a few days away from the HTC 10 flagship smartphone’s announcement and the smartphone is expected to bring a new HTC Sense UI 8.0 along with it as well. New sources indicate that HTC will give a lot of emphasis on customization thanks to the new Freestyle layout and sticker support.

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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Review

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This phone needs no introduction and I’m not going to bore you with a history of the Galaxy S lineup since most of you already know it. Almost everyone knows what Samsung has managed to do and the smartphone has been making the headlines for all the right reasons even before and after its announcement and subsequent release. We spent a lot of time with the flagship device from Samsung to see what they bring to the table this year. At a first glance, the smartphone looks like the biggest leap in the Galaxy S lineup since the Galaxy S II. The question is not about whether this smartphone is a worthy successor to the S6 edge or not but whether this is the best flagship smartphone available in the market right now. Let’s find out.

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ZTE Axon 2 in the works – Benchmark reveals Snapdragon 820 and 4GB RAM

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The ZTE Axon series were a set of phones that showcased the company’s ability to make high end flagship smartphones that can give most companies a run for their money. Now, a new benchmark on GFXBench has revealed a handset with the model number of A2017 which is likely to the the next gen Axon smartphone.

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Alcatel working on two additions to the Idol 4 smartphone lineup

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Alcatel showed off the Idol 4 and Idol 4S at MWC 2016 last month in Barcelona. The two smartphone are probably the boldest devices that the company has created in a while and it seems that they don’t plan to stop just there.

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