Colors have called their Rs. 12, 995 Pride P-85+ the “Picture Perfect Selfie” phone, and it might just be true considering the kind of camera specs it carries. But, it’s not just the cameras that make this phone one of the best picks in the budget segment.
If you’re looking to buy a budget smartphone then let us make a quick suggestion. Buy this Obi MV1. For Rs 15,699, the Obi MV1 Worldphone is the best bang for your buck right now. It comes with everything that a decent smartphone requires: fast performance, great display, fancy design, and an easy software.
With two new phones, Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL finally takes full control of its Android device – both software and hardware – and that’s barely the reason why you should get one for yourself.
This is the S6s – Gionee’s latest mid-range smartphone. Marketed as “the Selfie-phone”, this Rs 26,999 S6s has a few tricks up its sleeves to pull the customers but is that going to be enough to go head to head with other mid-range smartphones?
LG doesn’t necessarily make the most popular smartphones out there but it sure wants to keep trying. And, with the over-engineered, military grade V20 smartphone, it might’ve just nailed it.
Google has released the consumer version of the new mobile Android OS — Nougat, and it’s not without some big and small refinements. Here are some of its biggest features.
You may have heard of the OnePlus X, the third iteration of the OnePlus series. Well, here are FIVE reasons why you should buy this gorgeous-looking, affordable midrange smartphone from OnePlus.
Sarcastic photo comparing specs on new iPhone 6 to almost 2 year old Nexus 4.
Nepali review of budget-friendly mobile handset Moto G. From Gadget Byte “MOTOROLA MOTO G is the best budget android smartphone by countrymile.You can buy this from flipkart.com if you are in India or just buy from The Online Bazzar.”