Android, Featured, Reviews, Xiaomi

Xiaomi Mi 4i Review

Xiaomi Mi 4i Review

Xiaomi only entered India a year ago, but boy have they changed the mobile scene in the sub-continent. After all, India is a value-for-money market and nobody does value-for-money better than Xiaomi. From the Xiaomi Mi Pad, to the Xiaomi Redmi 2, they’ve been pumping out products that offer a lotta bang for the buck,

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Android, News

Cyanogen ends partnership with OnePlus

OnePlus One

That’s all, folks! At the Global Mobile Internet Conference in Beijing, Cyanogen’s Kirt McMaster and Steve Kondik stated that Cyanogen and OnePlus are parting ways. Cyanogen is now looking for new hardware vendors to bring their custom Android OS to more markets. This isnt a big surprise considering how the two companies have ad a

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Android, Featured, Reviews, Xiaomi

Xiaomi Mi4i Camera Samples

Xiaomi Mi4i Camera Review

I’ve been using the brand new Xiaomi Mi4i for the last couple days and I have to admit I’ve been pretty impressed with it. While I’m still working on my review, apart from Unboxing the Xiaomi Mi4i and explaining the differences between the Xiaomi Mi4i and the regular Xiaomi Mi4, I figured I’d post a

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Android, Featured, Reviews, Videos, Xiaomi

Xiaomi Mi4i vs Mi4 – What’s different?

Xiaomi mi4i vs Mi4

With the announcement of the new Xiaomi Mi4i, the Chinese company has a new mid-range offering that goes on sale right here in India first, later this month. Xiaomi is calling this phone a ‘flagship’ for India but even though it has the Mi4 branding, it actually is quite different from the company’s actual flagship

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Android, Featured, Unboxing, Videos, Xiaomi

Xiaomi Mi4i Unboxing

Xiaomi mi4i unboxing

The Xiaomi Mi4i was announced here in New Delhi yesterday, and it is a phone that I’m especially interested in. Not only does it come with a very affordable price-tag, it also boasts some very impressive specs as well, including a 5 inch 1080p display, 13 megapixel rear camera, 5 megapixel front facing camera, second

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Android, Lenovo, News

Lenovo A6000 plus unleashed in India at Rs 7499

Lenovo A6000 Review

What’s better than the Lenovo A6000? The Lenovo A6000 plus. The Lenovo A6000 plus launched in India at Rs 7499 today, and is a slightly souped up version of the already-incredibly-value-for-money smartphone that features 2GB of RAM (vs 1GB of RAM in the regular A6000), and 16GB of internal memory (vs the 8GB of the

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Android, News, Xiaomi

Xiaomi India drops the price of the Mi4 to just Rs 17,999

xiaomi mi4 india pricing

The Xiaomi Mi4 was already pretty solid value-for-money, but the high-end smartphone just became even more tempting here in India. Xiaomi announced a permanent price drop for the Snapdragon 801 powered smartphone, bringing the 16GB Xiaomi Mi 4 from Rs 19,999, down to just Rs 17,999. Likewise, the 64GB Xiaomi Mi4 went from Rs 23,999

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Android, Featured, Reviews, Xiaomi

Xiaomi Mi Pad Review

Xiaomi Mi Pad Review

I don’t review too many Android tablets because they’re usually the same ol’ story. The affordable ones are all kinda, well, terrible. The expensive ones *cough* like the Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet *cough* are often just way too darn expensive. If you’re going to spend that much money, why not just get an iPad, right?

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Accessories, Android, iOS, News

Trippy is an Accessory that makes any speaker Wireless

Trippy

Over the weekend I got a little email about a neat little accessory that I figured was worth sharing. Trippy, made by Indian startup Witworks.com (in association with an electronics engineer called Omkar Kulkarni), is a tiny little accessory that allows you to wirelessly stream music over Wifi, from your smartphone (or tablet or computer)

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Android, HTC, News

HTC One M9+ unleashed in India at Rs 52,500

htc-one-m9-plus

The HTC One M9+ launched in India today, at a price of Rs 52,500. This is a little strange because the regular HTC One M9 is still not launched in India, but hey who can explain what HTC India does nowadays, anyway. The HTC One M9+ features a 5.2 inch Quad HD display, a MediaTek

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