Following the launch of the Galaxy A30 and the Galaxy A50, Samsung has now launched the Galaxy A20 in India. Sitting above the Galaxy A10, the Galaxy A20 takes on the Redmi Note 7 in India. If you plan on buying the Galaxy A20, make sure to check out our detailed FAQ first to know about all the features of the device.
Xiaomi recently unveiled the Redmi Go in India. The Android Go handset is meant for the ultra-low budget segment in India and packs modest internals. If you are tight on budget and are planning to buy the Redmi Go, check out our detailed FAQ surrounding the device.
Samsung has been on a roll in India. After launching the Galaxy M series, it followed it up with the excellent Galaxy A50 and Galaxy A30. The Galaxy A50 is an impressive handset and so is the Galaxy A30. Priced at Rs 16,990, the handset takes on the likes of the Redmi Note 7 Pro and Asus ZenFone Max Pro M2 in India.
Not to let the likes of Redmi Note 7 Pro and Vivo steal all the limelight, Oppo is back in the market with the F11 Pro. The company’s latest flagship handset packs an impressive 48MP camera, a beautiful design, and more.
Realme is back with a bang with its impressive budget smartphone, the RealMe 3. The handset will take on competition from Redmi and Samsung in the sub-10k segment in India. For its price, the Realme 3 packs a lot of features and horsepower. Interested in buying the device? Check out our detailed FAQ first which should answer all your questions surrounding the phone.
Following the release of the Galaxy M series, Samsung also launched its offline-only Galaxy A series. Of the three phones unveiled, the Galaxy A50 is the notable of all as it takes on the likes of the Poco F1, Redmi Note 7 Pro, and other devices. Compared to previous Samsung devices, the Galaxy A50 is a decent offering with powerful specs, an AMOLED display, and more.
Alongside the Redmi Note 7, Xiaomi also launched the Redmi Note 7 Pro in India. It was the global debut of the handset which sports an impressive spec sheet along with an equally impressive price tag. The Redmi Note 7 Pro has raised the budget mid-range smartphone bar once again that other OEMs will likely struggle to catch up to anytime soon. If you plan on purchasing the Redmi Note 7 Pro but have some questions about the phone, check out our detailed FAQ.
After the success of the Galaxy M10 and the Galaxy M20, Samsung has now launched the Galaxy M30 in India. The company is taking on the likes of the Redmi Note 7 and offerings from Realme in the online market with the M30. While not as good as them, the Galaxy M30 is still a decent handset by all means. If you plan on buying one, check out our FAQ below.
Vivo recently unveiled the Vivo V15 Pro in India. Building on the success of the Vivo V11 Pro, the V15 Pro packs powerful internals, a 48MP rear shooter, and a pop-up 32MP selfie camera. There’s no doubt that its an impressive phone. If you are interested in buying the Vivo V15 Pro, check out our FAQ below which will answer all your questions surrounding it.
After years of launching budget phones with underwhelming specs and features, Samsung finally has a winner with the Galaxy M20. The phone is packed to the brim with features which include a massive 5,000mAh battery, a decent dual-camera setup, USB-C connectivity, and more. What about fast/quick charging though?