OnePlus 8 brings forth a handful of notable enhancements over its predecessor, but does that warrant the massive premium it demands?
If you are spending over Rs 50k on a smartphone this year, the OnePlus 8 Pro makes a strong case for itself, despite the competition.
Having used the Mi 10 as my daily driver, I can safely say that Xiaomi has announced its entry into the value flagship segment with great poise.
Rediscovering the 75t true wireless earbuds have made these isolated afternoons almost tolerable
Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus review: Despite few shortcomings, it’s still the best Android flagship out there
Despite being far from the ideal smartphone, it’s still close to the best in most other categories, which justifies the eye-watering price tag.
There are a bunch of Realme phones in the 15k to 20k price range. Can the Realme 6 Pro stand out amongst its own?
Here’s a detailed review of all things good about the Galaxy Z Flip, and the things that could have been better.
Despite the flagship specs, however, the iQOO 3 does miss out on some essential flagship features like wireless charging and water and dust resistance.
Galaxy A51 is priced at Rs 23,999, and its highlights are its 48 MP quad camera setup and 4,000 mAh battery.
The S10 Lite offers a great battery, wonderful display, great camera, usable user interface, and ticks off pretty much every boxes you’d look for.
Oppo F15 is good, but for better overall performance, Redmi Note 8 Pro is a superior option.
At a price point of Rs 8,999, Realme 5i doesn't bring anything new to the table and juggles with the same flaws that we saw in Realme 5s.
A well-priced Full HD TV with very good picture quality and Amazon Fire TV built-in.
Vivo V17 comes with a stunning display but seems overpriced at Rs 22,9990 with 8 GB RAM + 128 GB storage.
Amazfit GTS does get overshadowed by its sibling when it comes to style but doesn’t miss out on any of its key features.
A gaming laptop that doesn't try to sear retinas with excess RGB is indeed a welcome change.
The Realme X2 Pro delivers hardware at a lower cost that’s only seen in the ‘premium smartphone’ segment.
It shouldn't come as any surprise that Xiaomi has yet again raised the bar in the sub-10k segment.
An affordable official Android TV that, despite a few shortcomings, gives you more than your money’s worth.