Reviews

Solarin Review: Most Expensive Phone In the World At $17,000

Solarin Review: Most Expensive Phone In the World At $17,000

  Israeli technology start-up Sirin Labs officially launched its high-end Solarin phone, at One Marylebone event hall in London, on May 31, 2016. The Solarin is a 5.5-inch Android smartphone that, according to the company’s co-founder Moshe Hogeg, is protected by “military grade security.” The launch video is below: – »

Is Nextbit Robin The Future of Smartphones: A Review

Is Nextbit Robin The Future of Smartphones: A Review

  The Nextbit Robin is the world’s first cloud-oriented phone. Here’s a comprehensive review covering build quality, internal hardware, screen, camera tests and performance. The First Cloud Phone The Future of Phone? »

Meizu M2 Full Review – The Challenger

Meizu M2 Full Review – The Challenger

  Here’s a comprehensive Meizu M2 review with a look at its camera. Meizu M2 Main Features: The M2 is a budget 4G LTE capable smartphone with a 5-inch HD IPS display running on the MediaTek MT6735 quad-core SoC with 2GB RAM, 16GB onboard storage, Android 5.1 Lollipop based FlyME OS on top. You also have 13MP/5MP Cameras here alongwith a 2500 mAh non-removable battery. The Meizu m2 has b... »

Combo Review: Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 vs Letv LeEco Le 1s X500

Combo Review: Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 vs Letv LeEco Le 1s X500

 Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 and Letv LeEco Le 1s X500 are making headlines for obvious reasons in the smartphone market. But, do you know which one is better of the two in terms of price and specs? The two smartphones have a lot in common. Instead of having separate Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 review and Letv LeEco Le 1s X50 review, here’s a combo look at the two devices. Personally, I’ve been l... »

Review of Lenovo Vibe K4 Note: Non-Removable Battery But Powerful Phone

Review of Lenovo Vibe K4 Note: Non-Removable Battery But Powerful Phone

 Lenovo released a new teaser yesterday revealing key design elements of the K4 Note, just days ahead of the official unveiling on January 5, 2016. The latest Lenovo K4 Note’s motion poster says that the device will have a killer sound system… here’s a first hand-on review. »

Yu Yutopia Review: Is It Really the ‘Best Phone’ in the World?

Yu Yutopia Review: Is It Really the ‘Best Phone’ in the World?

 Yu Yutopia is marketed as the world’s best phone by Micromax’s YU Televentures. It is now available in India for pre-booking at Amazon for Rs 24,999. Main specs are:  Finger print sensor, 21MP camera, 3000mAh Li-Po battery, 2K Display, 4GB DDR4 RAM, 32GB internal memory expandable to 128GB. Qualcom Snap Dragon 810 Octa-core processor, Full metal body, Bob-Marley Headphones, Quick charge 2.0,... »

Samsung Galaxy On7 Review: Samsung’s real flagship killer is here

Samsung Galaxy On7 Review: Samsung’s real flagship killer is here

 Samsung has launched its mid-range budget phones Samsung Galaxy On7 and Samsung Galaxy On5. Samsung Galaxy On7 is being sold at Rs. 10,990 via Flipkart. Here’s the full review of the device. The Samsung Galaxy On7 works on snapdragon 410 quad core. It is dual SIM with 4G LTE support. It has 1.5GB RAM, 8GB storage which is extendable upto 123GB. The rear camera sports 13MP with flash an... »

Microsoft Band 2 Review: Is it going to change your fitness level

Microsoft Band 2 Review: Is it going to change your fitness level

 Microsoft has thrown in everything … but the kitchen sink to make its case in wearables. »

HTC One A9 Review: A Phone That’s Not Afraid of Being Like an iPhone

HTC One A9 Review: A Phone That’s Not Afraid of Being Like an iPhone

 The HTC One A9, another phone in the HTC One series, is one of the best designs by HTC. It may look like the iPhone and other smartphones, you should know that it was HTC which first brought the all aluminum look with a visible antenna bands. »

Nexus 6P Review: Has Android smartphone become smarter?

Nexus 6P Review: Has Android smartphone become smarter?

 Is the Nexus 6P the real Android smartphone you have been waiting for? Watch this review to find out. »