It’s only been a few days since the LYF flame-8 handset was launched by Reliance Retail which is exclusively available on Flipkart for a price tag of Rs. 4,199. We got ourselves early access to the device and decided to review it. The phone sports a 4.5-inch FWVGA IPS display with a resolution of 854 x 480 pixels, the colours are vivid with adequate saturation though the display is not... Read More
At a time when competition among smartphone makers is growing stiffer in India, it is becoming rather difficult for the manufacturers to come up with devices that can outshine others. Especially, the Chinese smartphone makers who are trying to strike a chord with Indian consumers should play cautiously regarding pricing. One such famous Chinese manufacturer is Gionee, who have a firm grip on the Chinese market but have been struggling... Read More
A device in this series and price segment was introduced initially with the LYF brand launch in the market. We grabbed a device as soon as it hit the market (early adopters) and used it for sometime. During this time personally experienced many issues at different levels and here we come up with an overview of the same with LYF Wind 6 model or the eco system. Quick overview of... Read More
Vivo emerged to become a known Chinese brand all over the world. With a share of 14 percent globally, it is the fifth largest smartphone maker in the world. The company pushed its nearest competitors Xiaomi and Lenovo to get the position. In India too, Vivo is constantly trying to make its presence felt in India since the past two years. It invested hugely in the Indian smartphone market and... Read More
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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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Kiran Fernandes | Goa :
Sorry what? Only Chinese vendors are what? Samsung?
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Don't worry. BSNL cannot match quality of private operators even after 5G launch.
Rummaan Khan :
About Samsung it isn't made to handle load. Only Chinese vendors are samsung even massive mimo slows down to 4Mbps…
Rummaan Khan :
Sorry even Normal 4T4R supported sites can do TM7,TM8 too but not as good as Massive Mimo beamforming. We have…