Oppo’s Reno 4 Pro excels as a mid-range device and gets you a premium-looking smartphone, but needs some polish when it comes to the camera.
It’s a brand-new Note 9 through and through, but software and performance issues leave this Note in the dust, well behind the Pro and Pro Max.
A re-skinned Redmi Note 9 Pro, is the Poco M2 Pro a case of old wine in a new bottle?
It’s a really good idea to recognise changing times and go with Android instead.
Surface Duo: Microsoft's first 'phone' in years sidesteps perils of foldables, but faces other concerns
And part of the reason why it feels that way is because of its partnership with Google.
Samsung’s best impresses with design, but doesn't give enough of a reason to upgrade.
The Xiaomi Mi A3 has become an all-rounder but Android One is not as special as it used to be.
Most only worry about a good photograph, but it’s always good to know what’s under the hood.
With OnePlus wooing away customers with lower price tags, Samsung needs to work twice as hard on its second flagship.
OnePlus 7 Pro's camera limitations explained; future features and software updates revealed.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e offers the right balance of hardware and features at the right price.
There are more questions than answers and that’s not a good sign for a Huawei customer and a Google user.
Flip Camera aside, there’s plenty more features that make Asus 6z better than a OnePlus 7.
Apart from being great value for money, the OnePlus 7 offers some Pixel-beating camera capabilities.
Asus’s new flagship has the firepower, but everything depends on its camera.
Optimising its imaging algorithms to work on low-end hardware seems to have paid off for Google.
And it's come prepared with a Pixel camera and even a 3.5 mm headphone jack!
The on-ear headphones offer a great balance of quality vs performance at Rs 7,299.
With an attractive design, Xiaomi’s Redmi 7 is setting new benchmarks for the entry-level segment.