GALAXY EDGE LIGHTING REVIEW
Realme 3 Pro review: Great battery life, fantastic camera & latest Android make it a good buy
It's one of the few new devices users can try the new Android Q on.
Innelo 1 review: Smartphone comes with a fussy fingerprint scanner
The face unlock works fine, but needs a second or two to recognise and unl...
Samsung J2 Core review: Impressive battery life and design
With an entry-level quad core Exynos 7570 processor combined with 1GB RAM and 8GB ...
Samsung Galaxy A6+ review: At Rs 23,990 the smartphone has a great dual camera, excellent battery life
Samsung’s A6+ seems to be taking design cues from the flagship Samsung S9 Plus.
Honor 8X review: At Rs 15k, this good-looking phone feels like a steal
The phone looks so premium — it could easily pass off as a Rs 30k+ flagship.
Samsung Galaxy S 10 versus Apple iPhone XS Max: Does fingerprint reader win over Face ID technology?
There are significant differences between the two flagship devices.
Nokia 5.1 Plus review: Clicks great daylight pictures, value for money device
At Rs 10,999, the smartphone comes with a Helio P60 processor, 3GB RAM and 32GB storage.
Race The Sun Challenge Edition review: Simple graphics and sound effects make it an enjoyable game
Since its unreleased, you may encounter a few bugs.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 review: Rising from the ashes
If you can get comfortable with the size, it really is a fantastic phone.
Huawei Nova 3 review: Premium design, great quad camera with AI feature
The Nova 3 is mostly banking on the strength of quad cameras - something the others don’t have.
Realme 3 review: Great performance, excellent camera and a large battery in a stylish design
This is one of the cheapest smartphones with a tiny notch.
Galaxy Tab S3 review: Almost the tablet of your dreams
The tablet has an incredibly slim design, just 6mm throughout. There’s no camera hump and not a single millimetre out of place.
Intex Infie 33 review: Sturdy build and basic specifications at Rs 5K
Software is where Intex has tried to stand out from the crowd.
BenQ CinePrime W5700 review: Once properly set up, the projector gives an excellent cinematic feel
The visuals are bright and colourful straight out of the box.
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