The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) and the Delhi Police have together launched the ‘Central Equipment Identity Register’ project. This project will help the authorities in tracing, blocking, and reporting IEMI numbers of stolen electronic devices. According to a PTI report, the project is currently launched in Maharashtra and Delhi. With the new project, the concerned authorities will be able to take quick actions and also notify the telecom service providers... Read More
The smartphone technology has improved several times in the last decade. Users can do almost everything on their smartphones that they can do on their computers/laptops, leaving aside a few things. There’s one thing that’s pretty evident in the tech industry; as the scale and availability of the tech increases along with the competition in the market, the prices fall down. Just look at a midrange phone today; it might... Read More
Bharti Airtel wants all the Indian 5G smartphones to support all the existing spectrum bands. The telco has expressed this to the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) via a letter as reported by the Financial Express. Airtel wants the telecom department to ensure that any 5G smartphone that’s sold in India must support all the existing spectrum bands. This includes both the smartphones that have already launched and the one’s that... Read More
Smartphone giants like Samsung, Xiaomi and Apple usually offer one flagship series per year, with the time frame for the launch being either in Q1 or around fall. Most of the time, users hold off on tech purchases and wait for Apple’s event which brings along with it the next generation of iPhones, which at times bring better advancements for a slightly cheaper price, at least for the base variant.... Read More
The drive for digital India has seen multiple new companies emerging in the market with their electronics and related products. A few of the companies, including OnePlus, Samsung, Apple, Xiaomi, Redmi, Oppo, Realme, Vivo, and more, have won the hearts of Indian people with their several products. India is a very price-sensitive market, and in a market such as this, if companies don’t price their products properly, they are going... Read More
Amazon India is bringing together a host of deals and offers on a range of smartphones and accessories, providing up to 40% off, under its ‘Smartphone Upgrade Days’. The sale, which was announced today, is on till July 8, 2021. The latest launched Samsung M32, OnePlus Nord CE 5G, Redmi Note 10S, Tecno Spark 7T are on sale. A 10% discount of up to Rs 1,250 using SBI Credit Cards... Read More
Indian smartphone enthusiasts have seen the launch of some pretty attractive devices in 2019-20. The smartphones have been launched by major companies like Samsung, Redmi, Realme and many more with good specifications and competitive pricing. Since the outbreak of COVID-19 has disrupted the purchasing power of the customers, smartphone manufacturers have launched devices with affordable pricing to cater to the needs of the price-sensitive market of India. As there are... Read More
Similar to Oppo, Vivo also launched a sub-brand called iQOO last year in China. The same sub-brand of Vivo is expected to make launch smartphones in the Indian market in March. With smartphone companies aggressively coming with sub-brands, iQOO will be Vivo's take on the same. However, iQOO will operate as a separate entity in India, similar to how it is operating in China right now. So far, iQOO has... Read More
This year we got to see a lot of innovations in smartphones whether it be in design, software features and hardware. Even the budget segment saw a lot of debuts from the companies which shocked the buyers with their value proposition. Unlike what the people would think, the Indian smartphone market came with a surge of budget based smartphones which packed amazing features, impressive design and reliable hardware. Since it... Read More
The Indian smartphone market is one of the fastest growing one in the world and according to a new report released by Counterpoint Research, the number of smartphone users to surpass 700 million by 2022. At the same time, the research firm predicts that more than a billion smartphones will be sold in India over the next five years. Right now, in India, the mid-range market is possibly the most... Read More
If there’s one thing we would all agree unanimously, it has to be the poor battery life that smartphones offer these days. With the proliferation of technology, smartphones, as a package, have evolved a lot. But, battery life had never been given the kind of attention it is supposed to get. Sure, in the recent past, a few smartphone vendors have been hugely concentrating on smartphones that offer a great... Read More
The mid-range smartphone segment is the one which gives you way better specs than the entry-level segment but falls slightly short of top-end segment. A new category has emerged these days which is the higher mid-range segment which gives you quite the bang for your money. Today we have for you a list of top 5 smartphones in the country which are present in the upper mid-range and cost below Rs... Read More
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