About the author: Arpit is an Aerospace enthusiast and when he is not admiring the flying metallic birds or watching grown up men kick a football around, he juggles between his marketing role at Pricebaba and love for personal technology. Currently he is satisfied with his Nexus 5X and iPhone 6 Plus.

April 28th, 2016 10:10 AM 8 COMMENTS

Looking Forward in the Rear View Mirror: Hardware Features I Wish Make a Comeback on Smartphones

Only the most ignorant person on the planet will fail to acknowledge the tremendous evolution that smartphones have undergone. The screens on the phones are as good as they ever have been, the processors in top end phones perhaps can outperform most internet netbooks, there are phones with 128GB storage out there and smartphones are being charged by the same cable as your laptops. That is quite a quantum leap... Read More

March 10th, 2016 12:55 PM 14 COMMENTS

My two hours with Android N and why you should try it too

Google dropped a bomb yesterday when it unexpectedly announced that Android N was dropping by to your Nexus phones. Google also took the opportunity to announce an Android Beta Program, very similar to what Apple has been doing with iOS and OS X over the last couple of years, using which, you and I will be able to download the latest Preview Builds and help Google gain valuable feedback on... Read More

February 10th, 2016 11:49 AM 21 COMMENTS

Why I’m Giving up on The Reasonably Sized Smartphone and You Should Too

I happened to meet a friend at a tech conference a few weeks ago. We both reached the venue at 8AM with our phones charged nearly full. Our usage, although not scientifically accurate, was roughly about the same — we both clicked pictures at the event, kept checking our Twitter timeline, made a phone call or two, until we finally sat down in the auditorium. It was then that I... Read More

February 8th, 2016 2:16 AM 12 COMMENTS

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

February 3rd, 2016 2:01 PM 33 COMMENTS

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

December 19th, 2015 2:10 PM 7 COMMENTS

My journey of moving from the LG Nexus 5 to the Huawei Nexus 6P

The LG Nexus 5 was one of the best smartphones to enter the smartphone market back in 2013. The main thing going for the device was the competitive price along with pretty high-end hardware. I can still remember the choice I had to make between the Sony Xperia Z1 and the LG Nexus 5, and the Rs 10,000 price difference between the two made my choice much easier. The need and... Read More

December 10th, 2015 11:33 AM 6 COMMENTS

Samsung Galaxy On5 & On7 Review: The Return of Samsung to Budget Range Phones

Samsung has been ahead of the competition when it comes to capturing the market with its line of smartphones. The company over the years has built a really good name for itself, so much so that the Samsung brand is one of the pre-requisites to buy a phone for many. This year Samsung has introduced yet another series to its fairly crowded portfolio called the On series. And today we... Read More

November 8th, 2015 1:23 PM 10 COMMENTS

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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