DJI has launched yet another product in the every increasing drone market. The new DJI Mavic Air is a foldable drone and costs US $799 (Rs 51.000 approx.) At this price, the Mavic Air sits right between the company’s cheapest offering, the Mavic Spark (US $499) and the priciest offering, the Mavic Pro (US $999). There’s also a US $999 combo pack that includes two additional batteries and propellers, a charging hub and a travel bag. The new DJI Mavic Air is up for pre-order starting today from DJI’s site and is set to start shipping from January 28.
The DJI Mavic Air folds up [...]
Samsung has launched its new budget smartphone in India, the Galaxy On7 Prime at a price of Rs 12990 for the 3GB RAM variant and Rs. 14990 for the 4GB RAM variant. The smartphone will be sold exclusively via Amazon and will go on sale on the 20th of January during the Amazon Prime Sale.
Samsung Galaxy On7 Prime (Gold, 4GB RAM + 64GB Memory) [...]
It is a fact that the tech industry, smartphone industry to be precise, is moving towards a completely wireless future. Apple back in 2016 started it all off by removing the headphone jack from the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. While the decision was met with genuine surprise in the beginning, slowly but surely, other smartphone makers have caught on.
So, with smartphones becoming everyone’s primary source of media consumption, what is the next best thing after a good pair of wired headphones? The answer is a good pair of Bluetooth headphones and Zakk has two offerings that provide great sound quality at an affordable price. There is no denying that Bluetooth [...]
The past couple of years have seen a promising growth in the popularity of mid-range smartphones. Consumers are genuinely interested in the upcoming smartphones rather than just looking at them as a cheap alternative until they buy a flagship phone. Xiaomi has been a big player in the budget category of smartphones and especially in India, it has seen an exponential growth thanks to popular phones like the Redmi Note 4 and Xiaomi Mi A1.
The Xiaomi Mi A1 was an Android One variant of the Mi 5X which was launched in July of 2017, and a successor is eagerly anticipated by many suitors. The Mi 5X/Mi A1 had a great camera setup for its price point and nothing less than an upgrade [...]
In today’s day and age, smartphone launches are hardly met with a gasp of surprise. With so many accurate renders and leaks before the launch, smartphone makers barely have anything to announce on the stage that everyone doesn’t know already. But, sometimes, there are a few key details that aren’t the most obvious ones and get neglected. These details can be exciting and be something to write home about at the launch, however, Samsung appears to have let go of that opportunity.
On its official website, the company talks about its new ISOCELL camera sensors which are [...]
Over the past couple of years, smartphones have increasingly become “camera phones.” Companies know that a few hardware or software frailties can be overshadowed by a solid camera performance, the biggest example being the Pixel smartphones of both the generations. With the iPhone 7 Plus, the trend of a dual-camera setup caught on and in today’s market, a smartphone that costs Rs. 10,999 has a quad-camera setup (two on the back and two on the front).
Nokia, according to a report, is willing to challenge this industry trend by introducing a Penta-lens smartphone at MWC 2018. Apparently, the device has [...]
Back in 2016, Apple took the bold step of removing the beloved 3.5mm headphone jack from its iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Ridiculed by critics and peers at that time, the industry has slowly grown warmer towards the idea of wireless technology. Google launched the Pixel and Pixel XL a month after the iPhone 7 was launched and it mocked Apple for removing the headphone jack. A year later, Google launched the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL without a headphone jack.
Over the course of the past one and a half year, smartphone makers have partially accepted that wireless is the future and that removing the headphone jack will drive the industry towards creating better wireless [...]
Amazon’s Great Indian Sale is still on and has some great deals on everything from smartphones to Bluetooth speakers.Samsung On7 Pro -6% Samsung On7 Pro (Gold) Price: INR 7,490.00 [...]
The upcoming Mobile World Congress show is scheduled to be held from the 26th of February to March 1st. While a lot of companies will showcase cool concept phones, a few smartphone makers will be stamping their authority in the market with their new flagship devices. One such company is Samsung, who has confirmed that the Galaxy S9 and S9+will be unveiled at the MWC 2018.
In September 2017, Apple held its annual launch event and this time around, had a few tricks up its sleeves. The company launched the Apple TV 4K, the Apple Watch Series 3, and then the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. However, that wasn’t the end of the event as the company launched the iPhone X, in a way reminiscent of the launch of the original iPhone from 2007.
Xiaomi consistently launches smartphones in its native market and sometimes, these devices get a global launch. In 2017, the Chinese smartphone maker launched the Mi 5X in China and a few weeks later, the Mi 5X with stock Android OS was launched as the Mi A1 in India. The successor to the Mi 5X, the Mi 6X is expected to be launched close to mid-2018 and a new image reveals a key detail about the device.
The leaked image of the back panel of the upcoming Mi 6X reveals a dual-camera setup vertically placed. Similar to the iPhone X, it appears that the LED flash will also be placed between the two sensors. Apart from the dual-camera setup, the build quality looks to be [...]
It was a highly anticipated unveiling and one that would set the precedence for all the smartphone makers across the market. Vivo, one of the top five smartphone manufacturers in the world became the first company to unveil a phone with an in-display fingerprint sensor. Not a prototype or a concept, a consumer-ready device with a fingerprint sensor placed inside the display.
Now, the company has made the device official in China as the Vivo X20 Plus UD. UD, presumably, stands for “under display.” While there is no word on the smartphone’s availability or price yet, it is expected to be priced at [...]