While Samsung usually released two variants of its flagship phones, this time around, it has released three: the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10+. So between the three, which one should you purchase and is right for you? Confused? Read our guide to find out.
With the Galaxy S10 out, most Galaxy S9 owners are wondering if they should upgrade to it or not. At first glance, the Galaxy S10 does seem to be a compelling upgrade over the Galaxy S9 with its new design, triple-camera setup, and other improvements. But the Galaxy S9 is still a fine handset by all means today. So, should existing Galaxy S9 owners upgrade to it? Let’s find out.
This time around, Samsung has launched not one but three different variants of the Galaxy S10: the S10e, S10, and S10+. Wondering what the differences are between the three variants? Read our comparison to find out.
Popular YouTuber MKBHD did a massive blind smartphone over the last few days comprising of 16 different smartphones. The blind camera comparison received millions of votes on Twitter and Instagram Stories and included heavyweights like the Pixel 3, Huawei Mate 20 Pro, OnePlus 6T, iPhone XS, iPhone X, HTC U12+, and Galaxy Note 9.
Last week, Xiaomi unveiled the Redmi Note 6 Pro in India. The device is the successor to the massively popular Redmi Note 5 Pro and comes with an improved dual-camera setup. If you are wondering what the differences are between the Redmi Note 6 Pro and the Redmi Note 5 Pro, check out the spec comparison below.
Just like last year and the year before it, Google has unveiled two new Pixel handsets at its October event: the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. So, what separates the two devices? Is it just their size and battery capacity? Or just like Apple has Google also kept some features reserved for the bigger Pixel 3 XL? Find out in our comparison.
Yesterday, Xiaomi’s new sub-brand, Poco, unveiled its first smartphone in India: the Poco F1. The handset has managed to create quite a stir in the Indian smartphone market with its Rs 20,999 ($300) price tag and the specs it offers which includes a Snapdragon 845 chipset, 6GB RAM, and a massive 4,000mAh battery.
Earlier this year, Nokia launched the notched Nokia X6 in China which met with massive success in the country. Now, HMD Global has brought the same handset to India as the Nokia 6.1 Plus. The handset might share the same set of internals as Xiaomi’s massively popular Redmi Note 5 Pro, perhaps the best budget smartphone in India, but there’s a lot that differs between the two devices.
The Nokia 7 Plus was first unveiled by HMD Global-owned at MWC 2018 this year. The mid-range smartphone launches in India later this month and has already got a lot of people interested in it. However, there’s another phone in India which has a lot of people interested — the Redmi Note 5 Pro.