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Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge – Innovative Flagship device

Samsung mobiles are selling two versions of their flagship phones, one of them is Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge featuring 64 bit processor that is much powerful and more energy efficient. Here we are going to...

Xiaomi vs Xolo: Comparison Between Budget 4G LTE Phones

We have witnessed lot many LTE enabled smartphones falling under the price segment of Rs.10000, with Xolo LT 2000 being the latest. This smartphone is competing against Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G already doing well...
Garmin Vivoactive

Garmin Vivoactive : It’s a real gift for the athletes & fitness freaks

The talk of town of the technology arena presently is the wearables. In fact its market is growing strong. Some tout it as the next generation advancement. To be specific, the smartwatch concept looks...
Nexus 6

Nexus 6 now official: What’s new with this smartphone?

The Nexus 6 has made an appearance on Google Play and pricing of smartphone has revealed. This 6 inch premium phablet from Google will cost you Rs. 44000 for 32 GB version. The 64...
Best Smartphones to buy

Best Smartphones to buy in this Festive Season

With the starting of the festive season starts the grand shopping season, and certainly all of us get a reason to buy good stuff, and this acts as a much preferred season for all...
Best Slimmest Smartphones Available in India

Best Slimmest Smartphones Available in India

If we talk about good smartphones, we earlier just use to see the brand the operating system and the battery life, but today these things are just not in mind what is always there...
Xiaomi Redmi 1s

Xiaomi Redmi 1s : 5 Reasons to Buy

There are so many budget phones splurging in India, the new ones are home grown and exported from overseas. A new phone to look at is Xiaomi Redmi 1S, the display is vibrant and...
Market Reach of Smartphones by Nokia and Samsung

Market Reach of Smartphones by Nokia and Samsung

Nokia was treated as the most preferred brand for mobiles since the time people started using mobile phones in India. For few, Nokia was the nick name for mobiles. Then something changed after years...

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