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.
The OnePlus 3 is undoubtedly the best value smartphone for the price it carries. And, here are the 10 reasons why.
In the overwhelmingly tough world of mid-range smartphones, Xiaomi pits its latest Redmi Note 3. Let’s take a look at what it has to offer.
The F in the F103 stands for Fashion, and rightfully so. With a sleek, layered chassis, crisp display and glossy back panel, Gionee’s F103 is the kind of smartphone, in which the style trumps the specs. And, that’s a good enough reason to pick one up.