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Micromax canvas 5 | Review

The Canvas 5 is Micromax's new flagship offering, arriving nearly two years after its predecessor . Priced in the chaotic sub-Rs. 15,000 segment, the Canvas 5 aims to deliver stellar camera performance without costing buyers a whole lot of cash. Let's see if it can make a strong impression on us. Look and

Sony Xperia Z5 Dual | review

Unlike most companies, Sony has been launching two flagship smartphones a year since 2013. Last year's Xperia Z3 was a fantastic device, which we ranked among the best Android handsets of 2014, but its update - Xperia Z3+ - fell short of expectations due to overheating issues. A few months after

Google Nexus 5X | review

Nexus 5 was undoubtedly a great smartphone, offering excellent performance, decent design, and good build quality. It was not the most powerful handset when it was launched, but it got the job done, more importantly, at a price that did not burn a hole in the buyers' pocket. Its successor Nexus

Motorola launches Moto X Style in India, prices starting at Rs 29,999

Just weeks after the launch of Moto X Play, Motorola India expanded its portfolio in the country with the launch of its Moto X Style phablet. Motorola India general manager Amit Boni said the 16GB variant will cost Rs 29,999, while the 32GB model is priced at Rs 31,999. Both models

Lenovo Vibe Shot | review

Lenovo has been majorly focusing on budget smartphones in the Indian market but that doesn't stop the company from introducing premium devices under the Vibe range from time to time. The company's new Vibe Shot is a camera-focused phone which was showcased during this year's Mobile World Congress. The phone

Micromax Canvas Selfie 2 | review

Expanding its Selfie series of smartphones, Indian handset maker Micromax has introduced the Selfie 2 in the market. It would be wrong to call it the successor to the impressive Micromax Canvas Selfie smartphone, which was launched earlier this year, as this is simply a cheaper variant in the series and

Sony Xperia C5 Ultra | review

Sony's new Xperia C5 Ultra is a big screen smartphone that targets the selfie aficionados with its 13MP front camera and flash. Sony has tried to make the phone less unwieldy by keeping the bezels narrower compared to its previous phablet offerings and balancing the thickness. The phone boasts of mid-range

iBall Splendo PC-on-a-stick | review

There are several solutions out there offering to turn your HDTV into a full-fledged computer. From closed solutions like Apple TV and Chromecast, which just cater to media, to Android devices that succeed -- but make your 55-inch HDTV feel like a smartphone. On the other hand, smartTVs are limited

Oppo Mirror 5 | review

China-headquartered company Oppo launched the Mirror 5 smartphone in India to win-over the budget smartphone category. The phone is available in white and blue colour options at Rs 15,990. All things aside, the USP of the smartphone is its crystal-patterned back. The cut-glass design has been part of other Oppo smartphones

Micromax Canvas Xpress 2 review

The sub-Rs 7000 smartphone segment is increasingly getting crowded with domestic and China-based companies launching new devices almost every week. While it's getting difficult to offer differentiation, phone makers are taking the kitchen sink approach trying to stuff in devices with all possible features and playing the specifications card. Micromax from

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