In just a span of 2 years, the true wireless ear buds market has exploded, with so many options flooding the market almost every single day. In this heavy traffic, it’s easy to get confused and that’s why a big brand name like Samsung gains significance. And unlike other brands, Samsung has stuck to producing only a single line of true wireless earbuds, which make it much easier to choose or suggest. They call it the Samsung Galaxy Buds. After a year of feedback, the upgraded solution has arrived with a PLUS added to its name. How big of an upgrade is it? Has Samsung managed to address the growing requirements in sound quality and battery life? The short answer to the second question is, yes. It is indeed a PLUS worth having, but is the upgrade big enough for Buds users and what are these PLUSes that come as part of the upgrade? Let’s find out in the review.
PLAY, a new Indian start-up launched the PLAYGO BH70 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones a few months back. It has features AI Algorithm and Hybrid Active Noise Cancellation with five microphones, Smart Sensor Control for Autoplay & Pause and more. After using it for a couple of months, here is the review. Continue reading “PLAYGO BH70 Review — Wireless Active Noise Cancelling Headphones”
The audio market in India is growing at a rapid pace and consumers now have a wider choice than before to choose from a plethora of products. In that, the true wireless earbuds are becoming popular swiftly among consumers, thanks to its portability and ease of use. There are a lot of true wireless earbuds available in every price segment and realme Buds Air Neo is the latest product from the company and is positioned in the budget true wireless earbuds category.
We have been using the new Buds Air Neo which is a toned-down version of the Buds Air [Review] for quite some time and let us find out if the Buds Air Neo from realme is worth your money or not. Continue reading “realme Buds Air Neo Review: Come for the audio, settle for the looks”
A couple of months back, EQ8, a company focussed on audio innovation launched its first true wireless device in India – EQ8 at Rs. 6,999. We got hold of the device and here’s what we think about it. Continue reading “EQ8 Review”
The earphones market is growing at a tremendous pace in India and consumers now have a wider choice than before to choose from a plethora of products from different brands. Although wired earphones are still popular among consumers, the transition to Bluetooth earphones and true wireless earphones is happening swiftly as well, thanks to the convenience and of course, smartphone manufacturers (not all) removing the most liked 3.5mm audio jack.
On similar lines, OnePlus which started off as a smartphone brand launched a new audio product alongside the OnePlus 8 Series recently – The OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z, a toned-down version of the Bullets Wireless 2 and at a lower price point. We have been using it for quite some time and in this OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z Review, let us find out if it is worth your money or not. Continue reading “OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z Review: Budget Battery Monster”
Xiaomi launched the Mi 10, the company’s latest flagship smartphone in India last month. This Mi series phone comes to India after the Mi 5 launch in 2016 and Mi MIX 2 launch in 2017. The on-paper specifications look good, but it is criticized for the high price tag in the Indian market. Are the features compelling for the price? Let us dive into the review to find out. Continue reading “Xiaomi Mi 10 Review”
Known for launching killer flagships, the OnePlus 8 series smartphones raised quite a few eyebrows! Initially, OnePlus positioned itself as the go-to player in the value flagship segment, but now, they are foraying into the true flagship segment competing against Samsung and of course their ideology too.
While the expensive device from OnePlus – 8 Pro doesn’t compromise on any features, the OnePlus 8 lacks some capabilities, but it still aims to offer one of the best Android experiences. Are those trade-offs worth the asking price? Should I buy OnePlus 7T instead? What’s the difference between OnePlus 7T and 8? Below, we have mentioned the reason on why you should and should not buy OnePlus 8. Continue reading “OnePlus 8 Review: Déjà vu”
Realme introduced its new Narzo series recently with two smartphones – Narzo 10 and Narzo 10A. While the Narzo 10 is positioned above Rs. 10,000 segment, the latter i.e., Narzo 10A is positioned under Rs. 10,000 price segment. Does the Narzo 10A bring anything new to the table or is it just an old wine in a new bottle? Let us find out in this Realme Narzo 10A Review. We have also compared it with the realme C3 and discussed what has changed and what has not. Continue reading “Realme Narzo 10A Review: Worth spending more instead of realme C3?”
Soon after the launch of Mi True Wireless Earphones 2, Xiaomi under the Redmi brand launched the Redmi Earbuds S in India recently, after was introduced in China as Redmi AirDots S in April. The earbuds features a splash-resistant body, low-latency game mode and promises up to 4 hours of standalone and 12 hours of battery life with the case. Does it live up to the expectations? Let us dive into the review to find out. Continue reading “Redmi Earbuds S Review — Best budget TWS earbuds”
Since its small beginnings as a budget smartphone manufacturer in India, Xiaomi’s portfolio has grown significantly over the past few years. While the company already produced laptops in their home market China, this is the first time they have released a laptop for the Indian market. During their launch event, they spoke highly about the laptop’s minimalist design, build quality and specs that promised performance at an affordable price. Does Xiaomi deliver on these claims? Read on in my review of the Xiaomi Mi Notebook 14 Horizon Edition. Continue reading “Xiaomi Mi Notebook 14 Horizon Edition Review: Does it deliver?”
The sub Rs. 15,000 smartphone segment is becoming crowded, thanks to new smartphones being launched by OEMs in a quick span. While this offers more choice to consumers, it becomes confusing as well on the other hand. New series of smartphone from brands with minuscule changes are competing with their own lineup and on similar lines, Realme introduced its new Narzo series of smartphones – Narzo 10 and Narzo 10A recently. We tested the Narzo 10 for quite some time and in this review, let us find out if the Narzo 10 is worth your money or should you check out the alternatives. Continue reading “Realme Narzo 10 Review: Budget gaming phone with few compromises”
Over the years, Samsung’s Galaxy M series has had some interesting offerings in the budget smartphone segment in India. One of the newest phones in the M series, the Samsung Galaxy M21, was announced back in March, touting improvements in the battery life, screen and camera. However, does it justify the price increase? Can it stand on its own in this extremely competitive price segment in India. Read on in our review of the Galaxy M21 and let us know in the comments about your opinion on the device. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy M21 Review: All the battery life you need”
India’s wearable market is booming like never before, in which activity trackers play a major role, right behind the other bestseller – True Wireless earbuds. I personally stand in favour of activity trackers, as it keeps me motivated throughout the day. It makes me push my limits everyday and if you, like me, have a fitness regime, activity trackers are great. With so many activity trackers to choose from, I share my thoughts about the Rs. 4,999-priced successor of a successful activity tracker watch, the Amazfit BIP.
Noise launched the Shots Rush, the company’s latest wireless sports earbuds last month. It features Bluetooth 5.0, has touch controls, gaming mode, built-in equalizer options, IPX5 water resistance and comes with ergonomic ear hooks. After using it for a couple of weeks, here is the review of Noise Shots Rush. Continue reading “Noise Shots Rush Review”
The growth trajectory of the Indian wearable market continues to soar, thanks to the cheaper offering from companies like Noise, Xiaomi, and realme, the latest company to join the bandwagon. In a launching spree, realme launched its first smartwatch in the Indian market with a 1.4-inch LCD screen, blood oxygen levels tracker, and more at Rs. 3,999. Is realme Watch worth its asking price? How much of a smartwatch experience does it deliver? Let’s find it out! Continue reading “Realme Watch Review: Decent choice for workout newbies”