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Infocus Epic 1 Review

InFocus, the Oregon headquartered company, is quiet focused at offering budget Android Smartphones in India for few years now, having entered the Indian market in 2015. It’s Epic 1 priced at Rs 12,999 is currently its most expensive phone and comes in a segment that is fiercely competitive but also where big volumes are. The company claims the Epic 1 to be the most affordable deca-core…
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Asus Zenfone 3 Review

Last year the Zenfone 2 series was amongst my recommendation list, the Zenfone series phones I felt were easy for not-so-techie people to use and it was. People who bought it upon my recommendation had no complaints and they found it easy to use. Also, it was an affordable…
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Huawei P9 Review - Not just a phone, its a pocket DSLR phone

While I sat to write this review,  new report from International Data Corporation (IDC) states Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd is now the top player in the Chinese market and have increased their share to 17.2 percent up from 15.6 percent in the same quarter of 2015. Then there is another news from Europe, where the Huawei P9 has been adjudged the best European Consumer Smartphone in 2016-2017 season…
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Mi Max Review - The King Kong like no other

When Samsung launched the Galaxy Note back in 2011, the 5.3-inch display looked massive and many even ridiculed its size as impractical. Six years later, the 5.5-inch display is a comfortable size for many. So what would be the next BIG be? Many companies have tested display…
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OnePlus 3 Review - The Giant Slayer

The killer is back again but can it get third time lucky? We are talking about OnePlus, the original flagship killer who has unleashed a suave killing machine, the OnePlus 3. To make things better, this time you don’t need those silly invitations to own one. OnePlus is…
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Honor 5C Review - A Little Shy yet Confident

Unlike many other Chinese mobile companies, Huawei doesn’t make much noise. They are quiet movers and suddenly you wake up to the news that they are one amongst the top three Smartphone makers in the world. Their Indian story might belittle their ascendancy, they are still laid back here or atleast they seem to be. While Huawei smartphones went into a quiet zone in India (but not out, they…
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Yu Yunicorn Review

It was an eureka moment, when Yu Televentures, the subsidiary of Micromax India announced the Yurerka back in 2015. They wooed Cyanogen into an exclusive partnership in India, gathered serious interests amongst the tech communities as well as general interest for the device.
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InFocus Bingo 10 Review

Notwithstanding the cut-throat competition from the Chinese OEMs, InFocus is consistently launching new devices in the Indian market. Along the way, they are also steadily increasing their footprints in the offline market and considerable retail presence. The Bingo lineup…
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Asus Zenfone Zoom Review

Design and Build Aluminum frame Leather finish back 12 mm 185 grams The Zoom is bulky and there is a good reason for it. While it is bulky, Asus also claims it to be the thinnest 3x optical zoom Smartphone. Frankly, I am not aware of any other phone with similar lens set up. The only other Smartphone with optical lens I could recall is the super bulky, Samsung’s…
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