iPhone 11 Pro ReviewWed, 20 Nov'19
Apple iPhone 11 Pro comes with some significant upgrades such as improved camera module, excellent display, and a faster processor. Even though the device comes with an expensive price tag, the overall user experience is as premium as you can get. Another thing in which the iPhone 11 Pro excels at is the Night Mode. For a serious photographer, the device could not get any better.
Oppo Reno 2 ReviewTue, 19 Nov'19
Oppo Reno 2 turns out to be a fantastic smartphone that packs decent hardware in a stunning design. The smartphone can handle all your daily tasks without breaking any sweat thanks to the Snapdragon 730G chipset and 8GB RAM. Furthermore, the camera setup on this device is quite versatile. The build quality is something that you will admire. Oppo Reno 2 does miss out on various features such as wireless charging, IP rating, and dual stereo speakers.
Redmi Note 8 Pro ReviewSat, 16 Nov'19
Xiaomi and Realme have been competing with each other for a while now. Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro directly competes with the latest Realme XT. Redmi Note 8 Pro comes with a significant upgrade, such as the powerful chipset, quad-camera module, and long-lasting battery. In terms of build and design, the device will not disappoint you, and same goes with the display aspect. Although daylight photography is impressive, low-light photography is not that outstanding. Lastly, if you can ignore those annoying ads and force notification popups, then you can consider getting yourself a Redmi Note 8 Pro.
Redmi 8 ReviewFri, 15 Nov'19
Redmi 8 is a good looking and exciting device, and on paper, it seems nice too. There are many value-added features that you'll usually don't get at this entry-level price like USB-C port, Wireless FM, IR emitter, Gorilla Glass 5 protection, and 18W fast charging. Still, because of a lack of raw processing power and a decent camera, we would also recommend checking some other phones similar to this like Redmi 8A, Redmi Note 7.
Google Pixel 4 ReviewWed, 13 Nov'19
If you’re looking for a phenomenal camera packed inside a smaller & compact form factor, then you can go for Google Pixel 4. You will also love consuming media on the phone because of the crisp and sharp display. Just like any other flagship device, the phone features flagship hardware delivering snappy performance. On the other hand, the device does is not that impressive in terms of design, and the build could have been a little better. If that bothers you along with the poor battery life, then you should look elsewhere. For those who already own Pixel 3 devices, there is no point in investing in the latest Pixel 4 since the difference is just minor.
Oppo Reno Z ReviewTue, 12 Nov'19
Oppo Reno Z is an impressive smartphone, in our opinion, which takes most of the stuff from its expensive sibling. Well, we loved the design and premium build quality, which the brand is offering even at this price tag. The processor, on the other hand, is on the mid-range side, meaning you cannot play graphics-intensive games at high settings. Coming to the cameras, we missed the ultra-wide angle as well as the telephoto lens. If you’re okay with the average software experience and lack of versatility in the cameras, then you can go with the device.
Samsung Galaxy Fold ReviewMon, 11 Nov'19
Samsung Galaxy Fold is one of a kind smartphone which brings the future of smartphone right into your palm. The smartphone comes with two displays with impressive software optimizations, flagship processors and powerful camera setups. The pricing, on the other hand, changes the entire thing here. If you can wait for more foldable smartphones in the near future, then you should not go for this device at all.
Nokia 4.2 ReviewWed, 9 Oct'19
Nokia 4.2 is an amazing smartphone in terms of two aspects and that includes attractive design and software experience. Thanks to Android One, the device gives you a bloatware-free experience with the promise of software support until three years.
Oppo F11 ReviewWed, 9 Oct'19
When it comes to the design, Oppo F11 manages to impress a lot even though it is entirely made up of plastic. With impressive camera performance and long-lasting battery life, the device gives tough competitions to other devices at this price range.
Vivo Y91i ReviewWed, 9 Oct'19
This device is good for a normal user who's most of the task in browsing social media, consuming media content and some lightweight work. But for a power user, this is just not the device.
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