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  • 32 MP selfie camera unveiled in India with 6.44-inch FHD+ Super AMOLED screen

    32 MP selfie camera unveiled in India with 6.44-inch FHD+ Super AMOLED screen

    Vivo launched Vivo V17 in India today. A pre-order service is available on Flipkart, Amazon digital, Paytm Mall, Tata CliQ, and offline from the present day. Vivo V17 will be priced at Rs 22.990. It is accessible in the colors white ice glacier and midnight dark. Beginning 17 December, Vivo V17 will be on contract. […]

  • Review: Samsung Galaxy M30s

    Review: Samsung Galaxy M30s

    The new Galaxy M30 in India has been recently launched by Samsung. Rs 13,999 for 4GBRAM or 64 GB internal storage costs the smartphone, whereas Rs 16,999 for 6 GB RAM for 128 GB of storage feature. Samsung is thus actively seeking to recover its market share. The refreshed Galaxy M30 version has plenty to […]

  • Honor 9X is scheduled to be launched in India

    Honor 9X is scheduled to be launched in India

    The Honor brand of Chinese smartphones will shortly announce Honor 9X in India. The company has begun tingling the arrival of the upcoming flagship of the X-series, nothing but Honor 9X. Honor India has announced in a series of tweets that this new smartphone is soon to be unveiled in the region. The ItsMyX hashtag […]

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  • Vivo S1 Pro, began with Rs 19,990 in India

    Vivo S1 Pro, began with Rs 19,990 in India

    Today Vivo announced its latest smartphone Vivo S1 Pro in India. The equipment is included in the price tag Rs 19,990 and is available in offline shops, Vivo official e-store, Amazon and Flipkart. A variety of launch deals are also revealed with the new device. Firstly, users will get 10% cash back on the credit […]

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  • Specs, price and availability of Razr foldable phones: Motorola

    Specs, price and availability of Razr foldable phones: Motorola

    Motorola raised the deck on its rebooted Razr product following months of reports and speculation. The Galaxy Fold is foldable, as is Huawei Mate X, but the Motorola Razr opens vertically rather than horizontally. Unlike these phones. The new phone might ‘ flit ‘ in the manner that is like its renowned predecessors, but all of its insides are screened – not physical buttons here. The 6.2 “(21:9) ultra-wide, 2142 every 876 is said to be slim enough for easy access. For fans of the old school, there’s “Retro Razr” mode, replicating a good touch on the base of the screen with the original metallic buttons. Nevertheless, this is not the only display. You find on the outside a 2.7 inch (800x 600) second display showing notifications, music playing, auto-taking, and Google Wizard access. […]

  • OnePlus 7T vs OnePlus 7T Pro

    OnePlus 7T vs OnePlus 7T Pro

    OnePlus launched the 1Plus 7 collection, which included the 1Plus 7 and the 1Plus 7 Pro earlier this year. The OnePlus 7 series was released as a toned-down version of the more expensive Pro model with different specifications. The manufacturer also only a very few special features of the Pro model with the OnePlus 7 […]

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  • Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 using latest technology blue color variant launched in India

    Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 using latest technology blue color variant launched in India

    Introduction: The ZenFone Max Pro M1 has been launched in the Blue color variant in addition to the black and grey available previously. The budget-friendly Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 Smartphone with advanced features first appeared in Indian markets in April 2018. The Smartphone has a 6-inch touch-screen with a display resolution of 1080 x […]

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  • In the latest mobiles sales figures, Huawei beats Apple to become the new No.2

    In the latest mobiles sales figures, Huawei beats Apple to become the new No.2

    Introduction: Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei Technologies surpassed Apple Inc., the leader in mobile technologies, to become the second largest seller of smartphones in the world during the June quarter, according to data from the research firm. The estimated increase in market share was accompanied by the slowdown in the mobile technologies market in China. Huawei is also able […]

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  • Best Smartphones in India 2018

    Best Smartphones in India 2018

    As generation moves ahead and smartphones are emerge as a greater power, their capability to do greater has accelerated.  In recent times, present-day smartphones are featuring almost 8GB of DDR4 RAM which greater than the RAM to be had on an everyday laptop.  At the same time as you will be the use of a […]

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  • Samsung S8 Active Hits the Market with a Bang

    Samsung S8 Active Hits the Market with a Bang

    Getting through the smartphone market some time back, Samsung, a South Korean smart-phone has ruled the smartphone and electronic market from that point forward. Samsung shipped about 22.1% of the global smart phone, making it bag the first position in the global market. Even though they faced a minor slowdown, back in 2016 due to […]

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