Vivo launched its V7 earlier this month, after its higher variant V7+. While both the models focus on offering good self-portraits, the V7 costs slightly less at Rs 18,990. Adding to the over-crowded selfie smartphone market, what is it that the Vivo V7 has to offer which will make you pick it over the competition?
There's an impressive level of curiosity around the iPhone each year. And everyone who's ever researched the iPhone before making a purchase decision goes through a mix of longing, desire, dejection or thought of ridicule. To quite an extent that's based on prior experience with Android, and the steep price at which iPhones are priced.
While the earliest fitness trackers may have just been display-less blocks or pills on your wrist, things have changed of late. Now, even affordable fitness trackers such as the Xiaomi Mi Band HRX Edition and Honor Band 3 sport small screens that give you some information right on your wrist, with you needing to refer
Lenovo-owned Motorola recently launched a new smartphone in its Moto X-series. Called the Moto X4, the new smartphone comes two years after the company launched the Moto X Style and Moto X Play smartphones. Some of the key highlights of the smartphone are the front and back glass design, dual-camera setup at the back and
It is no secret that the tablet PC market is slowly and steadily shrinking, and consumer focus is now on large screen smartphones. Despite that, Apple has a range of iPads in different screen sizes and price points. And while most manufacturers have stopped making tablets, Samsung and Lenovo continue to refresh their tablet ranges.
Chinese audio specialist Fiio made waves when it gained prominence a few years ago. While the early product range focused on amplifiers, DACs and high-resolution audio players, the company eventually took the obvious step of branching out into headphones. The result is a small, but capable line-up of entry-level and mid-range in-ear headphones. Today, we
If there s one thing that Apple has perfected, it is the idea of the flagship-only smartphone range. No other brand does it better. Apple has typically stuck to having only one flagship product sitting at the top, with its former flagships making up the lower end of the range. The company s marketing follows
Roughly three years ago, manufacturers such as Oppo and Vivo started focusing on a niche audience with selfie-centric smartphones. Back then, many people doubted if there is even a market for the niche audience catered to by these selfie-first phones. Fast forward today, and both brands are successful with their respective smartphone series. Asus too has focused on selfie-centric smartphones, and after recently reviewing the Zenfone 4 Selfie Pro, today we have the more affordable variant, the Zenfone 4 Selfie (Dual Cam).
While the iPhones and Pixels will always come along and attract the attention of the trendy smartphone crowd, the masses may not care much for them beyond a faint interest in the technology itself. For the majority, value matters more than flashy technology when it comes to actual buying decisions. And for people with not much disposable income, saving every rupee matters. That s where devices such as the JioPhone come in.
Xiaomi is known for a lot of things. First and foremost, it s known for its well-priced smartphones, but you also get a fairly rounded package that includes good build quality, good software and innovation. The company s products push the boundaries at the top of the range, with the recently launched Xiaomi Mi MIX 2 showcasing just what it can do when it comes to design and screen. But one thing that it has not been known for thus far is its front cameras.