The smartphone has some flaws, but the 7,000 mAh battery will definitely attract buyers.
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.
The budget battery boss that suffers due to slow charging and bloatware.
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.
If you’ve been wanting to make a shift to a more compact iPhone, then the Apple iPhone SE is just what you need.
A decent gaming smartphone by itself, but falls short when compared to the competition, and its own siblings.
The Realme 7 looks good and offers a good value proposition for gamers on a budget. However, it falls short of being a complete package.
Oppo F17 Pro looks stunning and is average in most other parameters. This is just not enough when you have OnePlus Nord enticing buyers for Rs 2000 more.
While the chipset inside the Realme 7 Pro remains the same, there are some class-leading features that place it at the very top of the budget segment.
The Galaxy S20 Ultra certainly has stolen some thunder from the new Note flagship.
The long teased OnePlus Nord is finally here. Time to figure out if it lives up to the hype.
Samsung has hit a sixer by bringing the S-Pen to the affordable tablet segment.
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.
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.
Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra offers a gorgeous display, a variety of camera options, storage expansion and more at Rs 97,999.
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.