Xiaomi recently launched the Mi Band HRX edition in India to capitalise on the festive season in the country. As the name indicates, the company has joined hands with Indian Bollywood superstar Hrithik Roshan to launch its latest wearable. If you are wondering what makes the Mi Band HRX edition different from the regular Mi Band 2 sold by Xiaomi in India, read this post.
The launch of the iPhone X last night has got everyone talking. Can any Android smartphone actually take on Apple’s most expensive $999 iPhone? Well, if there is any company that can compete against the iPhone X, it’s Samsung. And the company has not one but three different devices to compete against Apple’s best offering.
The OnePlus 5 is a modest upgrade over the OnePlus 3/3T except for the camera department. The Never Settle company has gone all in on the camera of the phone and included a dual-camera setup that is similar to that of the iPhone 7 Plus.
A month after launching the Redmi 4A, Xiaomi launched the Redmi 4 in India earlier this week. The Redmi 4A is Xiaomi’s cheapest handset in India, while the Redmi 4 is the successor to the company’s incredibly popular Redmi 3S.
In recent years, Samsung has made great improvements in terms of camera performance with its flagship Galaxy S smartphones. Last year, the Galaxy S7 had the most impressive cameras found in a smartphone until the Google Pixel arrived. Google, which was known for putting potato cameras on its smartphones all these years, managed to completely change the game with the Pixel’s camera performance last year.
The Google Pixel and Pixel XL might not back an impressive spec sheet as the Galaxy S8 and S8+, but since they run a near-stock build of Android, they can easily hold their own against Samsung’s latest flagship. While the difference performance of the two handsets will only be visible in real life use, how exactly do they compare to each other on paper? Let’s find out in our specs comparison.
Xiaomi absolutely dominated the mid-range segment in India with the Redmi Note 3 last year. Despite its price of less than Rs 15,000, the Redmi Note 3 managed to outperform more expensive handsets than it in benchmarks. Sure, the camera of the phone was poor and the design was not exactly attractive, but the Redmi Note 3 was the best all rounder you could find inside the Rs 20,000 range in India.
Xiaomi today launched the Redmi Note 4 in India. Successor to the massively popular Redmi Note 3, the Redmi Note 4 offers a more premium build quality, better camera, and an improved rear camera.
Six months on from our last Top 10, here’s the Christmas 2016 list, with mainly new content – as you’d expect in a busy smartphone world. And, in terms of variety and value, we’ve never had it so good in the Android world, even if all but one of the top of the line phones are still as eye-wateringly expensive as ever…