After the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco last year, Samsung has reportedly decided to take its own sweet time in launching the Galaxy S8 this year. And rightfully so. The company wants to ensure that in its hurry to release the Galaxy S8, it ends up shipping with the same problem as the Galaxy Note 7.
Looking for a budget smartphone that costs more than Rs. 10,000 but less than Rs 15,000? Worry not as we have got you covered. While you will find plenty of options from Chinese OEMs in this range, there are only a handful of phones that are worth a look and your consideration.
You don’t always need an Android device to try out an Android game or PC. Thanks to the open source nature of Android, it is possible to run Android on your PC. And this does not need to be a native install; all you need to do is use an Android emulator to be able to run Android on your PC without much of a hassle.
In an unprecedented move, the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi banned Rs 500 and Rs 1000 currency notes from November 9th. While the government has taken this decision to curb black money and fake notes floating around in the system, the move has also lead to a great deal of chaos among the common man.
The smartphone market has changed considerably over the last year or two especially in India. Up until a couple of years ago, one needed to spend at least Rs 30,000 to get a decent smartphone. Now though, budget smartphones launched in India can easily offer more than a decent experience for a majority of smartphone users out there.
Whether you like it or not, Pokémon Go has taken over the world. Walk around on the streets, and you will see bunch of people playing the game in your area alone.
Never in their wildest dream did Nintendo and Niantic ever imagined that Pokémon Go would turn out to be such a popular mobile game. In less than two weeks since its launch, the game is being played by more than 30 million people over the world, and it has already surpassed the likes of Angry Birds and Candy Crush to become the most popular smartphone game ever.
Last week, OnePlus launched their fourth handset — the OnePlus 3. The company’s latest flagship handset is available without any invites this time around and was even released without any unnecessary over-the-top marketing.
With thousands (literally, if you include storage, finish and market variants) of smartphones running Android right now, picking a top 10 was never going to be easy. But we sorted through and went ahead anyway. By the way, absent from the top 10 are any of the multitude of Chinese designs (including Xiaomi) flooding the East and sub-continent – most simply never appear in Europe and the West in any quantity – and I don’t apologise for only picking smartphones here that I can personally vouch for in one way or another.
Samsung first debuted a theme engine and theme store for Touchwiz back in early 2015 with the launch of its Galaxy A series of smartphones. Since then, the theme store has been found on all of Samsung’s major flagship devices, including the Galaxy S6 and Note 5. The Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge are no exception to this rule and also come with the Touchwiz theme engine built-in.