Samsung Galaxy A6
Despite its high price, the Galaxy A6 is a stellar phone which brings some of the best features in the market
Samsung Galaxy J7 Duo
The well-balanced phone is a pleasure to use with a 5.5” AMOLED display that brings you real world colours, amazing performance and a camera quality which brings out the photographer inside you even if you do not know the tricks of the trade.
Samsung Galaxy M21
Samsung Galaxy M21 is an affordable handset with decent features that a regular user needs.
Samsung Galaxy M30s
Samsung Galaxy M30s does not have the looks going for it, but it comes with a decent performance and camera to provide a satisfying experience for the user.
Samsung Galaxy J6 Plus
Samsung Galaxy J6+ comes with an improved camera and excellent craftsmanship but fails to make a mark with its average performance and below-average battery.
Samsung Galaxy J7 Max
Samsung Galaxy J7 Max – Although a bit on the higher end of the price spectrum, this phone packs almost everything you’d require from your smartphone!
Samsung Galaxy A21s
A 48MP mind-blowing quad-camera setup running on a powerful processor, backed up a mammoth 5000 mAh battery makes the Samsung Galaxy A21S a great deal in the price.
Samsung Galaxy M40
Samsung Galaxy M40 is an accomplished phone with a balance of performance, battery, camera and design, though, it fails to reach the all-rounder mark due to its poor selfie camera.
Samsung Galaxy M31
Samsung Galaxy M31 is a very good device with an impressive camera and battery performance. A definite buy in the mid-range segment.
Samsung Galaxy A50
The Galaxy A50 is Samsung’s attempt to bounce back in the Indian market for good. The Galaxy A50 sports a big body with slim bezels and a dot-notch, what Samsung calls the ‘Infinity U display.’ It is the first mid-range phone from Samsung to feature an in-display Fingerprint Sensor. Eager to find out more about the Galaxy A50? Keep reading!