Consumer tech updates by the minute and it’s difficult to keep up with everything.
This TV offers a Samsung panel, eye-catching design and intelligent software at a price you can’t resist.
This is a complex game; one that requires a fair amount of dedication in order to learn the various nuances.
The only smartphone in this range that offers a massive 5,000mAh battery, fingerprint scanner, and metal unibody design.
Hot S3 is the company’s first phone for India with the popular 18:9 aspect ratio screen.
The RN5 is a worthy upgrade that is sure to keep the momentum from the RN4 going.
The earbuds themselves are so lightweight (10 grams each) that you can hardly feel them.
Wang, also global head of Xiaomi's MiTV division feels the most important thing for a smart TV is for the software to be upgradeable.
Most important thing for a smart TV is that its software should be upgradeable: Xiaomi Co-Founder Wang Chuan
The Chinese Smartphone giant launched Its fourth generation smart TV-- the MiTV, which was first showcased at CES in 2017-- alongside the Redmi Note 5 and Note 5 Pro.
As content becomes king, smartphone & TV could learn your likes/dislikes and offer programmes that you would want to see.
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