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Avani Bagga

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Avani has an immense love for reading, travelling and food, but not necessarily in the same order. Avani almost started pursuing law, but life had other (better) plans for her and she chose to be a writer instead (luckily!) She previously covered technology at Times Internet and wrote about smartphones, mobile apps and tech startups. When she’s not writing, you’ll be able to find her in book stores or catching up on her social life.
Micromax In 2C review

Micromax In 2C review: A decent budget buy

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Micromax In 2C is an entry-level smartphone by the Indian technology brand and it is priced at Rs 7,499. Needless to say, it comes with basic specifications and form factor. We spent a few...
iQoo Z6 Pro 5G

iQoo Z6 Pro 5G review: A lot of hits and few misses, right buy...

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iQoo Z6 Pro 5G was recently launched in India at a starting price of Rs 23,999 and it looks good on paper with the kind of specifications it boasts of. We put it to...
Samsung Galaxy A73 5G review

Samsung Galaxy A73 5G review: Almost perfect, should you pick it at this price?

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Who doesn’t want to get their hands on a high-end smartphone from Samsung? We managed to do just that with the Samsung Galaxy A73 5G and it was great to spend more than a...
Nokia G21 review

Nokia G21 review: Built and battery save the day

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With triple rear cameras, a 50MP sensor, 5,050mAh battery (on paper), Nokia G21 sounds like a promising smartphone. But how does it perform? We spent a few days with the device and have shared...
Oppo F21 Pro

Oppo F21 Pro review: Full marks for style, but can the performance catch up?

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The Oppo F21 Pro is the latest smartphone by the company in the Indian smartphone market and it comes in two versions - one supporting 5G and the other a regular 4G model. The...
Redmi Smart Band Pro

Redmi Smart Band Pro review: Budget buy for fitness freaks

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Xiaomi's Redmi Smart Band Pro was launched in India a few weeks back at a price of Rs 3,999, and it comes with SpO2, heart rate and stress tracking, fitness features and a lot...
Vivo T1 5G review 5

Vivo T1 5G review: Good for the price

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Vivo T1 5G packs a number of good specifications at a starting price of Rs 15,990. It has a beautiful design, packs a powerful processor, is available in multiple RAM/Storage options, and has gaming-centric...
OnePlus 9RT review

OnePlus 9RT review: Super-smooth performance, but at a price

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We are always excited about using OnePlus smartphones and the latest by the company, OnePlus 9RT, was no exception. It looks absolutely amazing and is available at a starting price of Rs 42,999. Read...
Xiaomi 11T Pro

Xiaomi 11T Pro review: Very close to perfection

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A 108MP camera, 5,000mAh battery and 120W charging, Dolby Vision supported display… The specifications of Xiaomi 11T Pro make it sound like an amazing smartphone priced in the under Rs 40,000 range. But is...
Fitbit Luxe

Fitbit Luxe review: The pricey stunner

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Whenever we get a Fitbit device to review, it makes us excited. This time, we got Fitbit Luxe, which is even targeted towards women, so we were all the more eager to find out...
Playfit Slim

Playfit Slim review: For the fitness freak in you

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24 sports modes. Yes, Playfit Slim smartwatch actually comes with that many sports modes. It is one of the most talked-about things of this smart device, besides its battery that is claimed to last...
Micromax In 2b

Micromax In 2b review: The budget buy to go for

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Are you planning to buy an entry-level smartphone? Micromax In 2b may be one of the options you would be considering. The smartphone has a good set of specifications on paper. But how well...
Samsung Galaxy A52s 2

Samsung Galaxy A52s Review: A lot of hits and a few misses

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Samsung Galaxy A52s is priced at Rs 35,999 in India and is an upgrade to Galaxy A52. The smartphone comes with 5G, a display with 120Hz refresh rate, and Qualcomm's Snapdragon 778G SoC. But...
OnePlus Nord 2 5G

OnePlus Nord 2 5G review: Almost perfection

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OnePlus Nord 2 5G is the latest offering by the Chinese technology company in India. Available at a starting price of Rs 27,999, the smartphone offers a lot. It has an impressive set of...
Nokia C20 Plus

Nokia C20 Plus review: Upgrading from a feature phone? Check this smartphone too

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Nokia C20 Plus is the latest Android Go smartphone by HMD Global in India. Priced from Rs 8,999, the device goes against offerings from Xiaomi and Samsung, which are already doing very well in...
Oppo Reno 6 Pro

Oppo Reno 6 Pro review: Power-packed performance

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Oppo launched the successor of Reno 5 Pro just months after its launch. But since that was a good smartphone in itself, we obviously were intrigued by Oppo Reno 6 Pro. It has a...
Redmi Note 10S

Redmi Note 10S review: Little has changed, but still a worthy buy

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Redmi Note 10S was launched just two months after its predecessor – Redmi Note 10 – in India. Naturally, too many changes weren’t on the cards, but the company did beef up the processor,...
Redmi Note 10 Pro review

Redmi Note 10 Pro review: A smooth performer within a budget

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Even before we got to review the Redmi Note 10 Pro, we were taken aback by its looks. The smartphone is quite a stunner and considering the price range, that’s a plus. But are...
Amazfit Bip U Pro review

Amazfit Bip U Pro review: A fitness smartwatch that won’t burn a hole in...

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The Amazfit Bip U Pro smartwatch (priced at Rs 4,999) comes with an array of fitness-focussed features and has support for Amazon’s Alexa assistant. It can track your heart rate, sleep, steps and do...
Poco X3 Pro review

Poco X3 Pro review: A smooth performer

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Poco X3 Pro was recently launched at a starting price of Rs 18,999, and hence, it lands in the most competitive segment of the Indian smartphone market. It comes with a 48MP camera, Qualcomm's...
Samsung A52 review

Samsung Galaxy A52 review: What a wonderfully well-made device

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Samsung Galaxy A52 was launched in the Indian market some time back at a starting price of Rs 26,499. The smartphone looks is very good and different to look at, sports a quad camera...
Vivo X60 Pro review

Vivo X60 Pro review: A powerful smartphone with great cameras

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We had been intrigued to use the Vivo X60 Pro smartphone ever since it was launched. The device runs Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 processor, sports triple rear cameras with support for gimbal stabilization, and has...
Moto E7 Power review

Moto E7 Power review: The big-battery budget device

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The entry-level segment of the smartphone market is very competitive. One among the latest entrants in this segment is the Moto E7 Power, priced at Rs 7,499. What are its pros and cons and...
Acer Gateway GAHR012 earbuds

Acer Gateway GAHR012 earbuds review: Ticks all the boxes

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Since wireless earphones have become mainstream, very few people want to bother themselves with cables. Naturally, all the major technology companies have come up with their own wireless earbuds in the last few years,...
Nokia 5.4 review

Nokia 5.4 review: Left us with mixed bag of feelings

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Nokia 5.4 smartphone, that was launched a few weeks back by HMD Global at a starting price of Rs 13,999, comes with a much talked about H-Log video feature. Other than that, the device...