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      What do You Really Need in a Smartphone????

      Saturday, December 13th, 2014 Amritesh no responses

      Friends, we have observed that Smartphones market has rose manifold in the recent past and shows no sign of slowing in the coming few years. Every year Smartphone industry is kind of jumping two generations. Many companies have entered the fray and with Chinese brands entering the market it has become really competitive. Thus we find the Quad Core Processors once seen on flagship devices are now an integral feature among Mid range phones. In present times we find Octa Core processors, Snapdragon 805 chipset, 3gb Ram being the driving force on all the flagship devices. But very soon we will find that these features will be available in Mid range devices.With all these advancement a question which arises is…

      Microsoft Lumia 535: My Views

      Wednesday, December 3rd, 2014 Amritesh no responses

      Nokia has been recently acquired by Microsoft which means now not only they will look at the OS and software support but also the hardware configuration of the devices launched henceforth. So we can expect better optimization and experience from these devices. In this article we would look at the budget Windows Phone Microsoft Lumia 535 which has been recently launched and going by the specifications it looks decent. We will find the Microsoft branding at the back of the device.It is being sold in India for around Rs 9,200/- ($ 155/- approx)It is the successor to the Windows phone launched last year Lumia 530.Microsoft is trying to grab some of the market share from the Android devices with this…

      Xiaomi Redmi Note: My Views

      Sunday, November 30th, 2014 Amritesh no responses

      Xiaomi has enjoyed enormous success ever since its entry in the Smartphone market and is now the 3rdlargest smartphone vendor after Samsung and Apple. The reason behind the success not only lies in the fact that they manufacture some impressive phones but also the innovative style of selling along with competitive the pricing of the devices.In India they did very well with the launch of Mi and Redmi1s which sold like hot cakes but it remains to be seen whether this Phablet device enjoys the same success like its predecessors. The things which Xiaomi still has to work out is their after sales service as many have complained that it is still not up to the mark and also thus…

      Nokia(Microsoft) Lumia 730: My Views

      Saturday, November 22nd, 2014 Amritesh no responses

      Nokia has been recently acquired by Microsoft which means now not only they will look at the OS and software support but also the hardware configuration of the devices launched henceforth. So we can expect better optimization and experience from these devices. In this article we would look at the Nokia Lumia 730 which has been recently launched and going by the specifications it looks very impressive.It is being sold in India for around Rs 15,000/- ($ 245/- approx)It is the successor to the successful Windows phone launched last year Lumia 720.Microsoft is trying to grab some of the market share from the Android devices with this phone in the midrange segment. In my opinion people who are not very tech…

      One Plus One: My Preview (Killer Flagship Device)

      Sunday, November 16th, 2014 Amritesh one response

      One Plus is one of the many Chinese companies to have ventured into India recently. They are soon going to launch their flagship device One Plus One in India which does look very impressive in terms of specifications and has got a very good response in the regions where it has already been launched. This device not only comes with impressive specifications but is backed by pretty good pricing as well. The device comes with features available in some of the top end phones although price is expected to be around Rs 22,000/- for the 64 Gb variant making it a very affordable phone for buyers. We can expect One Plus One to be launched in India anytime soon.In US it…

      Huawei Honor Holly: A Decent Budget Phone

      Sunday, November 9th, 2014 Amritesh no responses

      HUAWEI is one the many Chinese Smartphone manufacturers to enter India recently with their range of Handsets and they plan to make it big in India. Here we will look at their Budget Android Device Huawei Honor Holly.It is priced just at Rs 6,999/- and the specification provided at this price looks impressive.BuildIn build and design department it has a pretty average looks and body is made of plastic. The back is glossy which does suggest that it will be a finger print magnet. The phone weighs 156 gm and overall the finish looks decent considering the price at which it has been released in the market. It also sports a LED notification light.It has a removable back cover and the battery…

      Micromax Canvas A1: An Android One Device

      Thursday, November 6th, 2014 Amritesh no responses

      Google in association with few of the Domestic Manufacturers have decided to launch a series of budget Android One devices. These devices are mainly targeted towards attracting entry level buyers who want a phone with latest OS updates. It is being observed that Nokia does roll out latest Windows OS updates even for its budget end devices but it is not the same with Android run manufacturers. So to address this issue Google came up with the Android One concept.Initially, Micromax, Spice and Karbonn have launched Android One devices but it is being said that other top tier brands may also launch Android One devices pretty soon. In this article we will look at Micromax Canvas A1 smartphone as Micromax…

      HTC Desire 820: An Impressive Mid Ranger

      Saturday, November 1st, 2014 Amritesh no responses

      HTC Desire 820 is one of most exciting upper end mid range phone (Rs 24,000/- to Rs 30,000/-approx expected) to be launched in November,2014 and seems to be an exciting proposition considering the features on offer. The phone will be powered by a 64 bit processor which promises to manage the RAM usage even better and make our Android experience even better. However, experts claim that true potential of the 64 bit processor could be felt more on the latest Android L over the Kitkat which is running on the most of the devices as of now. In US it may be available for around $ 450 approx (expected).But with the Smartphone industry jumping almost two generations in a year it is…

      LG L Bello: Midrange Smartphone

      Friday, October 31st, 2014 Amritesh no responses

      LG has just launched their new midrange Android phone LG L Bello @ Rs 15,000/- ($255 approx). If you look at the spec sheet you won’t find anything spectacular or different from any other Midrange Android phone however it comes from one of the Tier 1 brand and for people who want a good after sales service this just may be the choice. On hardware front the phone is pretty ordinary by present standards but has got some features which may make it an interesting buy.Let’s look at the device itself:-BuildThe design of the phone is pretty compact and single hand use seems possible on this 5 inch device. The bezels could have been narrowed down a bit more. Although the…

      Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime: Impression

      Sunday, October 19th, 2014 Amritesh no responses

      Samsung has recently launched Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime in India and it can be regarded as the successor to their kind off successful phone the Galaxy Grand Duos and Grand 2 Duos. The mid range phone market has become a competitive market with Motorola bringing in the Moto G (highly successful) last year and following it up with Moto G2 ( also a very good phone) this year. It is based on the 64 bit architect chip and uses the new Snapdragon 410 chipset. You can also checkout the other Midrange Smartphones Review in the link provided below:-Mid Range Smartphones: Which One is For You?Samsung is also facing tough competition from Chinese companies as well like the Gionee and Xiaomi. So…