5 compelling reasons to buy the LG Velvet Dual Screen

With the Velvet Dual Screen, the South Korean tech giant LG is trying to redefine itself in the smartphone market with a change strategy towards a more affordable and thoughtful direction. The latest smartphone from LG does not belong to any line up like the G or V series, instead it has created an own identity for itself. Continue reading “5 compelling reasons to buy the LG Velvet Dual Screen”

OnePlus’ short film ‘Stop at Nothing’ shows what OnePlus 8T camera is capable of

The latest OnePlus 8T is one of the best options available in the market under Rs. 45,000 with a slew of flagship features including 120Hz Fluid AMOLED display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 mobile platform, a big battery with 65W Warp Charge, and of course, the capable quad-camera set up. Continue reading “OnePlus’ short film ‘Stop at Nothing’ shows what OnePlus 8T camera is capable of”

Pankaj Kedia of Dolby on Importance of Audio for Indian Smartphone users

Thanks to the rapid development in technology, mobile phones are evolving at a faster rate than ever before, and smartphone manufacturers have come a long way in terms of innovation. There are a plethora of smartphones at every price segment and users now have a wide range of options to choose from. Among the key pillars of the smartphone, audio quality also plays a vital role in a purchase decision and with now people working remotely and staying indoors, there is a significant rise in online video consumption. This, in turn, has given rise to the demand for richer smartphone audio quality that consumers do not want to compromise on. 

To better understand consumer behaviour, a survey was conducted on what audio means for Indian consumers by CMR (CyberMedia Research) across six cities, including New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Bangalore and Ahmedabad. The focus of this survey was to understand how Indians are consuming content, the importance given to sound quality and what they seek going forward while purchasing their next smartphone.

We had a chance to interact with Pankaj Kedia, Managing Director, Emerging Markets, Dolby Laboratories to know more about these findings,  how Dolby is working with OEMs and Content Creators, and more. Continue reading “Pankaj Kedia of Dolby on Importance of Audio for Indian Smartphone users”

Motorola razr 5G vs Samsung Galaxy Z Flip/ Z Flip 5G: Battle of flip phones

In the early 2000s, one of the coolest things you could do is to pull out your phone from your pocket, flip it open and take call/ send messages with one hand. We all know for the fact that Motorola has been a pioneer in foldable smartphone technology with the launch of the first-ever clamshell-style foldable smartphone in the world – the Motorola razr.  Continue reading “Motorola razr 5G vs Samsung Galaxy Z Flip/ Z Flip 5G: Battle of flip phones”

OnePlus 8T 5G launch on October 14th: Everything we know so far!

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic the first half of 2020 has been great for OnePlus with the launch of the OnePlus 8 series and blockbuster mid-ranger OnePlus Nord. Having said that, it’s only going to get even better in the upcoming months, courtesy — the OnePlus 8T. Continue reading “OnePlus 8T 5G launch on October 14th: Everything we know so far!”

LG G8X ThinQ: Two screens are better than one and here’s the proof

A few years back, carrying out multitasking on a smartphone may have sounded like an absurd idea. But not any more! Like multiple cameras, the multiple display smartphones are another attempt by the phone manufacturer to take on multitasking to another level.

Unlike foldable phones, the dual-screen phones have two separate screens, which lets you run two different sets of apps simultaneously on the two screens, letting users multitask without having to minimise any of them. Sounds fun and productive right? Continue reading “LG G8X ThinQ: Two screens are better than one and here’s the proof”

Moto g9: The go-to mobile of 2020 under Rs. 12,000

Right now, if you ask any tech enthusiast about the most memorable smartphone from Motorola, they may say the iconic flip phone Moto Razr V3.

Well, if you ask anyone now about Motorola’s legendary comeback after a long gap, the Moto g series comes to mind, a great line-up of smartphones that are still running today.

Since 2013, Motorola has offered some of the best affordable devices under Moto g series in an attempt to give a premium Android experience for those who couldn’t afford to own a (smart)phone.

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5 reasons why LG G8X ThinQ is a perfect device for this lockdown

As the anti-Chinese sentiment in India is on the rise due to border disputes, the dominance of the Chinese brands seems to be falling apart with their total market share declining an all-time high of 81% to 72% during Q2 (April to June) of the current calendar year.  Continue reading “5 reasons why LG G8X ThinQ is a perfect device for this lockdown”

Corning Gorilla Glass Victus – All you need to know

Displays on smartphones and portable devices have come a long way in terms of innovation and at the same time, the choice/preference of users has also changed. The position of plastic displays on smartphones that were prevalent for a long time was gradually replaced by glass and it largely helped OEMs to improve the aesthetics of their devices. While it was largely adopted by users, protection was a concern as well which is when companies like Corning came up with ‘Gorilla Glass’ which is a brand of chemically strengthened glass. It was first introduced back in 2007 and with the launch of Gorilla Glass Victus, it is in its 7th generation now. In this article, let us see what the Gorilla Glass Victus is all about and how it is different from the previous generations. Continue reading “Corning Gorilla Glass Victus – All you need to know”

5 reasons why OnePlus TV Y Series could be the choice of budget Smart TV

OnePlus ventured into the affordable segment for the first time in a TV segment with OnePlus TV Y series. In fact, India is the first country to get the OnePlus TV Y series along with U series. So if you are planning to buy, you will first need to keep these things in mind.  Continue reading “5 reasons why OnePlus TV Y Series could be the choice of budget Smart TV”

New OnePlus TV series launching in India on July 2: All you need to know

After rocking the premium smartphone segment, OnePlus entered into Smart TV space with its OnePlus Q1 series in the Indian market. Nonetheless, the Q1 series ticked most of the box for the right reason be it display, audio quality, performance, and much more.  Continue reading “New OnePlus TV series launching in India on July 2: All you need to know”

GST Rate Hike: New Prices for Xiaomi, realme, Samsung, iQOO, OPPO, vivo smartphones

Last month, the GST Council in its 39th meeting increased GST rates for several products including mobile phones from 12% to 18% applicable from April 1st, 2020 and earlier today Apple, POCO announced the new prices. Now, Redmi, OPPO, vivo, realme, Samsung, and iQOO have announced the new prices of their smartphones and here’s a list of smartphones with new prices post-GST Rate Hike.

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OnePlus goes all 5G with future products, to invest $30 million in R&D Labs

Since its inception, OnePlus has always been attentive to users’ needs and demands. As a result, the company designed devices that far exceeded users’ expectations. One such thing in demand right now is the 5G! Not many knows the fact that OnePlus began its 5G research as early as 2016; however, the company couldn’t mass produce due to several limitations. Continue reading “OnePlus goes all 5G with future products, to invest $30 million in R&D Labs”