The budget smartphone market in India carries plenty of competition, especially under the Rs 10,000 price segment. Last month, Honor announced the Honor 7C and the Honor 7A, priced at Rs 8,999 and Rs 9,999 respectively. Both phones come with a dual-camera setup at the rear and a stylish design as part of their appeal
Last month, HMD Global launched the Nokia 6.1 a.k.a. Nokia 6 (2018), which as the name suggests, is the successor to last year s Nokia 6. While the clear focus seems to be improving on the great design, the Nokia 6.1 also brings about a bunch of internal improvements over the device it is succeeding.
Smartphone components have progressively turned cheaper bringing down the overall cost of making smartphones with decent specifications. Along with the decrease in pricing, the progressing technology has enabled manufacturers to reduce the size of the said components to take lesser space inside the device. Smartphone processors and RAM are two of the most essential parts
Earlier in the month, Oppo launched its first smartphone under its new sub-brand called the Oppo Realme 1. The phone comes with mid-range features and falls under the budget segment with a starting price of Rs 8,999. Oppo had launched the phone last week on Amazon, but it had gone out of stock in nearly
RealMe 1, the latest smartphone by OPPO s sub-brand, the RealMe went on sale for the first time in the Indian market. After the sale, the company announced that the device was sold out in just two minutes of its first sale. RealMe also added that it received great response for the first two variants
Xiaomi entered the Indian smartphone market in 2014 with an online-only model, and has seen a great success. Oppo and Vivo, on the other hand, have focused on the offline space, and they have been fairly successful too. But unlike Xiaomi, the specifications on Oppo and Vivo smartphones have always left us desiring more. As
The affordable smartphone segment in India is very lucrative, both for smartphone makers are and consumers. There are a number of smartphone options in the sub Rs 10,000 range, with Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 being a popular option. Huawei s sub-brand Honor today launched two new smartphones in India, the Honor 7A and Honor 7C.
There are all types of smartphones out there, from entry-level to the top-end ones, but in India, the budget and mid-range segment is the sweet spot to hit. Xiaomi and Honor have found success in the price bracket, Asus with its new Zenfone Max Pro M1 is finding some success there. Now, Oppo has debuted
Oppo s sub-brand Realme launched its first smartphone in the Indian market, the Realme 1. The launch of this device marks a shift in Oppo s strategy when it comes to India. This is the first time when Oppo has launched its device as online-exclusive in partnership with Amazon India to ensure that it caters
Earlier today, Oppo launched its online-only sub-brand Realme in India, along with the first smartphone, Realme 1 which will be sold exclusively via Amazon India. Oppo has gone all aggressive with the Realme 1 smartphone pricing, and it promises to offer powerful specifications along with good software experience. The smartphone will compete with the likes
After teasing the launch of a new online-only, sub-brand Realme, Oppo has finally launched the Realme 1 smartphone in India today. With the new brand, Oppo wants to target the Youth who prefer buying things online. And just like Oppo smartphones, the Realme 1 builds on the selfie-centric identity. In addition to optics, the Realme
Oppo is getting ready to launch its first smartphone under a new sub-brand called Realme. The new sub-brand is meant to carry mid-range smartphones that are primarily designed for the youth. The Realme 1 launch event is set to kick-off at 12:30PM and it is taking place in Delhi. You can watch the live stream
Oppo has seen a good growth in the Indian smartphone market, and it is now the fourth largest brand in India. Now, just like Huawei s sub-brand Honor, Oppo is also set to launch its online-only sub-brand called Realme in India. The first smartphone, Realme 1, will be launched later today at an event in
Oppo, the fourth largest smartphone brand in India, is set to launch its Realme sub-brand exclusively on Amazon India tomorrow. The smartphone will mark a new phase for the company as it tries to take a bite of the market share enjoyed by Xiaomi in the online retail space. The first device from the sub-brand
On May 15, Oppo will be launching the Realme 1, which is the first smartphone in its new sub-brand called the Realme. From what we already know, the phone is going to feature a diamond-shaped glass back, like the one on the recently launched Oppo A3. According to 91Mobiles, the Realme 1 will feature a