Redmi 6 Pro do have a good set of specs onboard, but the smartphone lacks innovation and top of the line hardware given its price point. At a certain level, Redmi 6 Pro has disappointed a lot of Xiaomi fans.
HMD Global, the parent Nokia company is yet to announce a flagship in 2018. The Finnish company is already doing well in the mid-range and entry-premium segment, and its latest launch in India, Nokia 6.1 Plus is doing good as well.
As we reported earlier, OnePlus 6T is going to be highly inspired by the newly launched Oppo R17 Pro. As we are getting closer to the 6T launch, more leaks and details are storming out.
YU ACE may actually threaten the dominance of Xiaomi in India in the sub-7k budget category, and it seems that the Chinese brands may face some tough competition from this Indian brand now.
There's something to add to cheer you up if you are going for Realme 2. You can get a flat Rs 750 off on a brand new Realme 2, bringing down the effective price to Rs 8,240 for the vase Realme 2 variant.
In a world of growing notches if you are someone who wants a phone with some top hardware and at the same time don't want a cut-out on the top of your display, you are probably at the right place.
If you ask us to describe these two new phones in one single line, it will be: Affordable, Google Lens powered smartphones, which are ready for Android 9 Pie update.
Not only 2018 iPhone models, but the other flagship smartphone, the Google Pixel mid-ranger price has been leaked as well. The mid-tier version of Google Pixel is speculated to be pitted against bestseller OnePlus 6.
After the success of Poco, Xiaomi is now all set to unleash their 3 models under Redmi 6 series in India. These three smartphones are: Redmi 6, Redmi 6A and Redmi 6 Pro, and all three of them are blockbuster hits in China.
Some of the top flash sales is happening today, starting with the JioPhone successor JioPhone 2, Xiaomi's newly launched Mi A2, Nokia's latest Nokia 6.1 Plus and the bestselling Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1.
So, the actual successor to Realme 1 is going to be Realme 2 Pro, and Realme 2 was a lighter version of the Pro model, just like Xiaomi has it's Redmi Note 5 and Redmi Note 5 Pro.
Move from notches and bezel-less displays, as Apple is bringing that will soon completely change the smartphone technology.
It rained smartphones in August in India, and September seems to be no different. After a streak of launches in the month of August, now we are set to step into the next one with much bigger upcoming launches.
After a very successful run with Honor 7X in India, the Huawei sub-brand is now all set launch its successor Honor 8X. The company will launch two succesors: Honor 8X and a maxed version, Honor 8X Max on September 5.
After a long wait of rumors and leaks, finally, we have something to confirm about the upcoming OnePlus 6T. The Chinese flagship maker is already halfway here, and the successor is set to hit the stores very soon.
The Indian smartphone market presently is flooded with several mid-range options, and it's really tough to pick the best one out of the lot. When it comes to smartphone performance, apart from cameras, battery and display, performance…
After all the rumors and leaks, the Oppo sub-brand has finally confirmed that Realme is launching its second generation smartphone in the country. The Realme 1 successor is going to be a massive upgrade over its predecessor.
The Xiaomi sub-brand POCO finally launched its much-rumored Poco F1 in the country yesterday. The company fired up a new price war with its sheerly-low price point.
Two of the biggest upcoming smartphones has been leaked straightaway on the internet giving away key features and pricing details. The next-generation iPhones, a budget iPhone and Pixel 3 phones will launch in September and October…
Backed by Qualcomm Snapdragon 845, dual cameras, notched display, big battery, the Poco F1 seems like a good package at this price.