Lenovo launched the K6 Note smartphone in India a few days back with a fingerprint scanner and a huge 4000mAh battery at Rs. 13,999. Here we have the unboxing of the smartphone. Continue reading “Lenovo K6 Note Unboxing”
Xiaomi launched Redmi Note 3 smartphone in two variants in India back in March earlier this year. Soon after the launch, the smartphone received positive reviews all over from both critics and masses. Continue reading “Top 10 Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 Accessories”
India shipped 197.5 million mobile handsets, of which 78.4 million were alone shipped during the third quarter of the calendar year, according to CMR’s India Monthly Mobile Handset Market Review Report for 3Q 2016 ending September 2016. The report revealed that 66% of the phones in Q3 were Made in India.
Smartphone vendors shipped a total of 362.9 million smartphones worldwide in the third quarter of 2016 (3Q16). According to IDC, smartphone volumes were up 1.0% compared to 3Q15 when vendors shipped 359.3 million units.
A recent trend has arisen where an influx of people buy DSLRs in order to capture their precious moments in the best way possible. This trend has made its way to Indian shores too but perhaps a bit too late considering how smartphones have improved in the recent past in terms of photography. So is it still worth buying a DSLR or is it fine to get just a smartphone to capture your precious moments? Let’s find out.
Huawei has partnered up with Leica to redefine mobile photography. Partnerships between two companies aren’t something new especially when it comes to smartphones. Over the years, we’ve had several partnerships provide us with a wide variety of products that promised a whole different experience. However not every partnership has resulted in results that are worth boasting about be it in favor of the brands or the end-user. But, when done right, it can totally change the game forever.
New certification norms issued by the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) require batteries used for devices and laptops to be separately certified. Smartphone makers might face delay in launching models as a result of this move, said a new report from the Economic Times. Continue reading “New BIS issued battery norms may lead to delays in smartphone launches”
India shipped a total of 23.5 million units of smartphones in Q1 2016 registering 5.2 percent growth over the same period last year, according to the International Data Corporation’s (IDC) Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker. The smartphone shipments has decreased by 8.2 percent over Q4 2015 and it has been dipping consecutively for two quarters. Continue reading “Indian smartphone shipment drops 8.2% in Q1, Reliance Jio grabs 5th spot: IDC”
Land Rover is getting into the smartphone game. The British maker is teaming up with Bullitt Group to develop smartphone and accessories that will be announced in early 2017. Continue reading “Land Rover to launch smartphone and accessories in early 2017”
Ringing Bells, the maker of Freedom 251 smartphone is facing new troubles as Noida police has registered an FIR against the company for cheating its customers. The FIR was filed based on the complaint lodged by BJP MP Kirit Somaiya.
In a bid to expand its hold in the Indian smartphone market even further, Xiaomi is planning to set up two manufacturing plants in the country in 2016, according to a latest report from the Economic Times. The Chinese smartphone maker is also looking forward to launch more devices in India this year.
Ringing Bells, a homegrown handset maker is all set to launch the cheapest smartphone in India which is priced under Rs 500. Dubbed as Freedom 251, the company will release the phone in the country tomorrow, February 17.
A new screenshot has surfaced online which is said to be of the upcoming Xiaomi Mi 5 smartphone. The screenshot reveals that the device will have a DualSIM slot as well as NFC capability.
Just yesterday, we told you about a new security flaw that has been spotted and that it could possibly affect around 66% of the Android devices at risk. Now, Google has recognised the flaw but claims that the number of devices that will be affected is much smaller in reality.