In March this year, Infinix launched its latest S5 Pro smartphone with a pop-up camera in India. After two months, the company is back with a new offering. This doesn't come as a surprise as brands are launching new phones in about every two months. This has become a trend, which was first started by
2020 may just have kick-started, but Realme has already launched four smartphones. With all its launches, the brand sticks to the same formula offer devices with top specs at multiple price points. Earlier this year, the Realme C3 ironed out the competition in terms of performance. A few weeks back, the OEM launched a 5G
When it comes to best smartwatches, Apple Watch stands at the top of any list. They are the most feature rich wearables for most consumers. However, its walled garden, iPhone-only compatibility, and steep price tag makes it a difficult choice for Android users. While one can't get the advance features that Apple wearables have, brands
OnePlus phones have become the de-facto choice when it comes to the mid-range premium smartphone space. But lately, brands like Samsung and Realme among others have started showing interest in this space. OnePlus then may have to look at rewriting its playbook. Its formula has largely remained unchanged - offer solid performance at a reasonable
5G war has already started in India, and brands want to get 5G-ready phones in the hands of consumers, irrespective of the network availability in the country. Realme is the first brand in India to bring a 5G phone to the masses. iQOO also recently took the wraps off its 5G phone, and OnePlus too
Realme has successfully managed to carve a place for itself in the highly competitive budget smartphone segment. Now, the brand is gradually shifting its focus from the budget phone segment to the upper mid-range and premium categories. With the latest Realme X50 Pro, Realme has now declared war against premium brands like OnePlus and others.
The audio market is flooded with a wide range of earphones and headphones. For a good pair of truly wireless earbuds, you no longer have to shell out more than Rs 7,000. By spending around Rs 5,000, one can get freedom from wires and a decent set of TWS earbuds with a comfortable fit, long
When it comes to hybrid smartwatches, Fossil or Garmin are among the top brands. Companies like Apple, Fitbit or Samsung don't offer a hybrid smartwatch, but instead offer the best of smartwatches. Adding to Fossil's portfolio is the new Hybrid HR wearable. This hybrid smartwatch comes with an innovative e-ink display, and costs Rs 14,995.
While India is yet to board the 5G bus, brands are already racing to launch first 5G phones in the country. Xiaomi recently showcased its Mi MIX Alpha 5G phone in India, but it is not yet available for purchase. iQOO is also set to launch its 5G phone in India tomorrow. But, leapfrogging them
2020 will be an interesting year as smartphone OEMs will be racing to outdo one another by offering high-end features at aggressive prices. Xiaomi and Realme are brands that are gradually climbing up the value chain. The companies intend to change the landscape of high-end performance, value-priced devices. Just yesterday, Realme launched its new entry-level