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  • Tech Review! OPPO F9 Pro: It’s more about innovative design

    New Delhi: Chinese handset maker OPPO is among those credited with starting the selfie craze in India. The effort paid off well and OPPO has since been refreshing its “F” and “A” selfie-smartphone series from time to time. The smartphone player has now brought the popular water-drop notch trend (which is fast catching on) in F9 Pro that costs Rs 23,990 for a configuration of 6GB RAM and 64GB internal storage (expandable up

  • Tech Review! Samsung Galaxy J2 Core: Decent entry-level smartphone

    New Delhi: The competition is hot among the smartphone players to offer the best in the low-price segment in India. Keeping this in mind, Samsung India has brought its first Android Go smartphone “Galaxy J2 Core” in the affordable segment. Android Oreo (Go) is essentially made for entry-level Android smartphones with less than 1GB RAM and hence uses less storage space, less memory and still functions smoothly.

  • Nubia Z17 Mini: Tough competition to Oppo, Vivo camera phones

    New Delhi: The fight for camera performance has got intense in the mid-price segment, with Chinese smartphone makers Oppo and Vivo giving their best deals for the Indian consumers till date.  Another camera-centric Chinese player, nubia, has joined the fray with the Z17 Mini that comes with dual-lens combination (13MP+13MP) camera on the rear with 16 modes — and a 16MP front snapper. The Rs 19,999 device competes with Oppo F3 and

  • Samsung Note 5

    Samsung Note 5: Most productive Android smartphone

    South Korean electronics giant Samsung, known for innovation in hardware and user interfaces, recently launched its flagship Note 5 smartphone in India priced at Rs.53,900. Samsung has aimed the Note series at consumers who like productivity on the go and are also in the ‘creative’ business. We got our hands on the device (32 GB memory) and here is what we think of it:

  • Gionee Marathon M4

    Gionee Marathon M4: Battery at its best

    Chinese handset-maker Gionee has finally joined the race for producing smartphones with long battery life with its new M4. All companies have been gunning for this as they feel Indian consumers expect smartphones to last longer on a single charge. Here is our analysis of the M4, which is priced at Rs.16,210:

  • Blackberry Leap

    Review: Blackberry Leap – New handset is leap of faith for Blackberry

    Blackberry, which has been facing stiff competition from several key smartphones brand in the market, recently launched the Blackberry Leap priced at Rs 21,490. The third touch-based device from the erstwhile RIM’s stable is a follow up of the Z10 and the Z30 smartphone. Here is Leap’s evaluation:

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