The Realme Narzo 30A excels in some areas, but not in those it’s supposed to.
Realme’s Narzo 30 Pro may be a good 5G smartphone, but does it have the gaming guts that it’s meant to?
Rarely do you come across a budget smartphone that looks and feels this good.
From the outside, the Nokia 5.4 looks like a gorgeous budget smartphone running stock Android. But that’s only half the story of this budget beauty.
Oppo’s Reno 5 Pro 5G is a solid upgrade to last year’s Reno 4 Pro, but its competitive pricing and feature-set is what will attract a lot of new customers.
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Good audio gear can do wonders when you are in lockdown with a family of nine.
Xiaomi’s Redmi 9 Power is a spec monster for a budget smartphone, but more does not necessarily translate into better.
Oppo’s ColorOS 11 may skimp on features and go big on customisation, but it falls short on delivering Android 11.
Motorola took great pride in offering a Rs 20k smartphone with 5G, but with the networks still some time away from reaching India, there are better options available.
Xiaomi’s low-cost flagship contender is not perfect, but it’s damn good value for your hard-earned money.
Samsung’s first-ever attempt at a ‘value’ premium smartphone seems like a decent one, but it definitely isn’t its best foot forward.
Google’s Nest Audio will not replace your audiophile-grade speakers, but is the Google Home upgrade we have been waiting for.
Google’s Pixel 4a is a far cry from the premium Pixel 2 or 3 series, but it will get the job done for some.
Poco has done its homework, and we now have a gaming smartphone that’s good at other things, and also offers excellent value for money.
A decent gaming smartphone by itself, but falls short when compared to the competition, and its own siblings.
Galaxy M31s was supposed to resolve the problems of its predecessor, but it still loses out on performance by sticking to the same old chipset.
I sure came out impressed with the Oppo Reno 2 both in terms of performance and it's camera capabilities.
Convincing someone to buy an LG smartphone over a OnePlus is the toughest part.