Surprisingly, that was not the case with the Realme 7 Pro. We played PUBG Mobile before it was banned in India for our Realme 7 Pro first impressions and the phone offered a smooth gaming experience. We also played Call of Duty Mobile and Asphalt 8 on the Realme 7 Pro and the phone did not break a sweat. The software seems to be well optimised this time around and even while multitasking, there was not a single instance of stuttering. … [Read more...] about Realme 7 Pro Review: The best smartphone under Rs 20,000 in India?
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Google Pixel smartphone deals Google was late to the hardware game, but given that this software titan is the brain behind the Android operating system, it’s no surprise that its Pixel phones deliver what might be the best out-of-the-box Android experience to be found in a mobile device. In contrast to decade-old devices like the iPhone or Galaxy, Google’s Pixel devices are currently only in their fourth generation: The new Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL were recently released this fall, bringing with them some notable improvements like fully metal-and-glass construction (ditching the partially plastic backside of previous models) along with a new three-lens camera module. These succeeded the excellent Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL flagships from 2018. … [Read more...] about Best smartphone deals for September 2020: iPhone, Samsung, and Google Pixel
There are many ways to buy a phone, including monthly installment plans with hard to understand terms. The smartphones below all cost under $500 and come “unlocked,” which means you can use them with the carrier you have, and take it with you if you switch your provider. You won’t have to pay a monthly hardware fee, and can even pop in an international SIM card when you travel abroad. … [Read more...] about The Best Smartphones Under $500
OnePlus does have a few advantages in terms of camera flexibility, with OIS on the main camera and two front cameras. But you'll have to wait for our full Galaxy M51 review to find out if camera performance is comparable to the OnePlus Nord. Lastly, the Galaxy M51's base variant offers 128GB of storage space, while you will have to pay Rs 3,000 more for the same storage if you opt for the OnePlus Nord. … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy M51 vs OnePlus Nord: Which is the best smartphone under Rs 25,000 in India?
When it comes to form factors, we believe Motorola has a bit of an advantage because of the nostalgia factor the Razr offers. The Galaxy Z Flip doesn’t really look like the flip phones of the past, it seems like a new device altogether, giving Motorola an edge here. … [Read more...] about Motorola Razr 5G vs Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G: How do the best 2020 flip smartphones compare?
The reality check for Made-in-India smartphones, a major focus of official drive on ‘self-reliance’, is that value of components sourced abroad is around 85% of a device’s cost. And Indian manufacturing is either minimal or absent in high tech components like printed circuit boards, chipsets, display and camera modules. These are designed and made in China or Taiwan. Manufacturing in India is limited only to assembly-test-mark-pack facilities. ET breaks down value addition in smartphones. We take a phone that costs Rs 10,000 to manufacture. Himanshi Lohchab reports. WHAT’S THE FUTURE? Experts believe a selfsufficient manufacturing ecosystem will need at least a decade. That too, assuming billions of dollars investment in areas like semiconductors India has launched two schemes, aside of the production-linked incentive programme, for component makers But unless companies commit big capital and government gives generous incentives, this will remain a … [Read more...] about Why fully ‘made in India smartphones’ may still be bit far