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Yu Yunicorn review: Does it ‘redefine flagships’? Here is what we think

Micromax-backed YU promised us a flagship this year. And with the launch of its recent flagship, the Yunicorn, our hopes were pretty high. At the launch event, we were given high hopes about the device. Distinctly remembering the words of YU’s CEO, Rahul Sharma, who touted that the Yunicorn brings the most wanted changes that every user has been looking for. To recap, YU made a similar promise for the… Read More

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Infocus Bingo 21 Review : A Budget 4G Smartphone

Infocus is an American company known for its line of projectors and has recently launched a whole range of smartphones in India. Being a new player in the market, the brand has been selling its smartphones exclusively online. While some of its smartphones are exclusive to Snapdeal, it also sells it on other E-Commerce sites. We are reviewing the Infocus Bingo 21 which is the company’s latest offering in the… Read More

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Moto G Third Generation Gets Turbo Charged: A Review

The Moto G is one phone that I have a lot of respect for. The reason — this phone single handed-ly managed to turn its parent company around and bring a lot of limelight on budget category of phones. Motorola was struggling to find a foothold in the smartphone market and its then flagship the Moto X didn’t do really well. It was a few months later when Motorola launched… Read More

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Here’s the review of Google’s RailWire, the free Wi-Fi service, at the Mumbai Central Station (with speed test)

As we recently shared Google’s RailWire, the free Wi-Fi service by RailTel, which was launched recently at the Mumbai Central station, the first out of 100 stations to get the superfast wi-fi network this year. We decided to visit the station and test the network by ourselves. We thought that it would be helpful for our readers to know the performance of free Internet offered by Google and RailTel. As… Read More

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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 long-term (two months) review

Samsung releases two high-end smartphones every year – a Galaxy S devices and a Galaxy Note device – with a gap of six months between them in a bid to stay relevant in the fast-moving smartphone market. A Galaxy S device is for people who like compact and handy devices with a good camera and powerful specifications. A Galaxy Note series device, on the other hand, is targeted towards people… Read More

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Finger Print Scanner on a Budget Android Phone? Look No Further than the Coolpad Note 3: A Review

Phones with fingerprint scanners are becoming a rage now. But in fact, fingerprint scanners are not new to smartphones at all (Motorola’s Atrix being the first smartphone in 2011 to have it). But since an effortless iteration of the fingerprint scanner dubbed ‘Touch ID’ was implemented in the iPhone, other smartphone makers quickly moved on to putting similarly functioning scanners in their phones too. Is a fingerprint scanner really required?… Read More

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Intex Aqua Trend Review

Intex has launched its second 4G-enabled smartphone, the Intex Aqua Trend in India. The device is priced around Rs. 9,400. Box Content Apart from the smartphone and its battery, Intex has also provided a screen guard, a smartphone case, a microUSB cable for charging and file transfers, and earphones. This is a pretty decent packaging for a device in this price range, but the quality of the accessories in nothing great. Design… Read More

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Comprehensive review- TataSky + HD Transfer set top box

Earlier this month we had reported that TataSky was launching a new revolutionary product in the world of DTH which will transform the TV viewing experience of lakhs of subscribers in India forever. TataSky + HD Transfer set top box has been launched with the goal of liberating the viewer from adhering to fixed timings of TV shows which practically speaking is not possible in today’s hectic lifestyle. Well, yes… Read More

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OnePlus 2 review: Is it the ‘2016 Flagship Killer’ you were waiting for?

A smartphone brand that mysteriously appeared last year with its first device, the OnePlus One, launched its second smartphone recently. With the OnePlus 2, the company wants to defeat 2016 flagship smartphones for half the price. The company launched the OnePlus One in December last year with an exclusive partnership with Amazon, and the company has repeated the same feat this year. The OnePlus 2 is priced at Rs. 24,999… Read More

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Cleartrip app review: The most comprehensive Travel app out there

Thanks to the ever growing penetration of smartphones, online mobile transactions have increased exponentially over the last two years. Booking tickets and planning our vacations has become a breeze thanks to the apps available. We are today going to take the Cleartrip app for a spin and see it it really is as useful as the company claims it to be. UI Layout User Interface is of prime importance for… Read More

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Teewe 2 Review: A Chromecast Competitor

As the world started moving on from CRT TVs to LCD TVs, there was one more change happening in the ecosystem of home audio-visual entertainment. DVD players were being replaced by media players or smart televisions. One could just transfer media files to a hard disk or a pen drive, attach it to a media player or a smart television, and play back effortlessly. After the broadband speed improved, people… Read More

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Exclusive : Airtel Platinum 3G hands on review in Mumbai circle

As we reported previously, Airtel has launched 3G services on 900MHz in Mumbai circle which they have termed as Platinum 3G and claim that it has 30% better indoor coverage and is 34% faster than traditional 3G on 2100MHz band. Also Airtel claims that videos stream 25% faster and battery on platinum 3G lasts 16% longer than on traditional 3G. We decided to put Platinum 3G through our litmus test… Read More

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In Depth Review: Intex Aqua 4X, an uber affordable 3G Android phone

Intex released an ultra affordable Android device called the Aqua 4X we had to tone down our expectation and test this device as candidly as possible. The 4X is retailing for Rs.2999 in Ebay and runs on the slightly dated Android 4.3 Jellybean. The test device we received came dressed in a dark grey and black color scheme. Lets see how the Intex Aqua 4X fares. Build Quality and Design… Read More

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