CES 2018, one of the largest tech show in the world, will open its doors to public on January 9, but the companies participating this year have already revealed some of their product announcements. Like every year, the products vary from home entertainment devices to electric vehicles and even robots. LG and Panasonic have their
Earlier this year, HMD Global revived the iconic Nokia brand by launching a bunch of smartphones under its portfolio at different price points. The Nokia 8 is the company s latest flagship smartphone that features top-of-the-line hardware, near-stock Android software, a dual-camera setup and more. Now, rumors about HMD Global s next flagship smartphone, the
So where are you right now while you sit and read this? If you are in your office, we hope you are not in a stuffy bay, hunched between colleagues and their work stations. Because if you are, this is going to make you feel bad. Really very bad, about the place where you work.
In a bid to leverage Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'Make in India' initiative and the tax benefits that come along, smartphone makers have increasingly started manufacturing in the country. As a result of which, we are seeing a spike in more affordable devices, even from companies that are not based in India. Interestingly, to hop
Xiaomi launched its most affordable smartphone Redmi 5A today in India. It is in line with the company's Make in India commitment and has been manufactured in the country. The price of the smartphone starts at Rs 5,999 and goes up to Rs 6,999. It will start selling from December 7. The Redmi 5A competes
Call it the after-effect of the currency ban or a step towards a digital economy, virtual wallets in India are gaining popularity like never before. The year 2017 has been particularly significant in terms of growth as not only existing e-wallets witnessed tremendous growth, but traditional banks were also inspired to introduce standalone apps to
Earlier this month, we presented a list of smartphones that were expected to launch in India in June 2017. However, apart from the highly-anticipated OnePlus 5 and Moto Z2 Play, many other smartphones have also been launched too. Well, without further ado, here s a look at smartphones that were launched in India during this month.
OnePlus 5 is now official with CEO Carl Pei unveiling the flagship smartphone during a keynote event last night. OnePlus 5 went on sale in Europe shortly after the event, and was quickly sold out. The company claims the OnePlus 5 smartphone is its fastest selling smartphone. We are just a day away from the official launch of OnePlus 5 in India, and all that remains to be revealed is its price tag. While you wait to get your hands on the OnePlus 5, here's a look at the smartphone from all possible angles.
There s always a lot to say about Nokia, an iconic brand that was once the world s leading cell phone manufacturer. It was the glorious era that saw the pagers phasing out, and being replaced by cell phones. Around 1995, there were only a handful of prominent phone manufacturers such as Nokia, Alcatel, Siemens, Motorola and Panasonic, having their thick and bulky phones with the antennas sticking out. Mobile phones started gaining ground in the year 2000 and since then there was no looking back. Over the next decade, Nokia went on to become the king of the mobile phone sector and taking the peak spot.
Camera has become an important aspect of smartphones today, and most manufacturers are now pushing the boundaries to improve the photo quality even better. One of the ways to do so is by adding dual-camera setup at the back. While HTC was among the first companies to launch the One M8 with dual rear cameras in 2014, an increasing number of companies are now opting for a similar setup.