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iPhone 5c Reviews Roundup: Plastic Perfected

iPhone 5c Reviews Roundup: Plastic Perfected    

This year marks a first for Apple – the company has released two different iPhone models, probably hoping to target different types of consumers. The iPhone 5s is the premium model, being more expensive than the iPhone 5c by $100, which still can’t be considered cheap. Along with the introduction of the iPhone 5c, Apple has also changed its product […]

     
 
 

iPhone 5s Reviews Roundup: The Best iPhone Ever

iPhone 5s Reviews Roundup: The Best iPhone Ever    

As cliched as it sounds, iPhone 5s is touted as “the best iPhone ever” by most of the reviewers who were presented with a review unit of iPhone 5s by Apple a week back. The embargo was lifted earlier today and we now have heaps of iPhone 5s reviews from across the world the US. Overall, the stuff in these […]

     
 
 

Sony Xperia Z1: Hands-on & Camera Demo

Sony Xperia Z1: Hands-on & Camera Demo

Sony’s latest flagship, the Xperia Z1 has been one of the most leaked smartphones this year. Codenamed Honami, Sony Xperia Z1 garnered all the attention for its 20.7 MegaPixel camera before and after the announcement, which happened at IFA 2013 in Berlin last week. The phone has top notch specs in all regards, but will still be known for its […]

     
 
 

Samsung Galaxy Gear vs Pebble Smartwatch: Comparison [Video]

Samsung Galaxy Gear vs Pebble Smartwatch: Comparison [Video]    

Samsung jumped into the wearable accessory bandwagon with Galaxy Gear smartwatch, priced at $299. We went hands-on with the device at IFA 2013 in Berlin last week. The smartwatch space is heating up with the likes of Pebble, Kreyos and Sony trying to make an impact. With someone like Samsung entering the fray, the possibility of smartwatches going mainstream gets […]

     
 
 

Ricoh Theta Hands-on: an Awesome WiFi Camera for 360 Panoramas

Ricoh Theta Hands-on: an Awesome WiFi Camera for 360 Panoramas

There were just a few things which blew our mind here in Berlin at IFA 2013, and one of them is the Ricoh Theta WiFi camera. Smartphones have made Panorama shots really popular. Gone are the days when you struggled to shoot multiple photos and stitch them together on Photoshop to create a Panorama. One can get a decent panorama […]

     
 
 

Lenovo K900 Review

Lenovo K900 Review    

While Lenovo is yet to make an impact outside the Chinese market as a smartphone vendor, it’s leaving no stones unturned to do so. A compelling product portfolio is key to success, and when it comes to the flagship, usually a showcase of the best the brand can put together, Lenovo definitely has a capable contender in its hands. The […]

     
 
 

HTC Desire 600 Dual SIM Review

HTC Desire 600 Dual SIM Review    

The original HTC Desire, when it came out back in 2010, was a phenomenal device and many, this editor included, fell to its charms. Bearing close resemblance to the HTC-manufactured Nexus One, the Desire was one of the first devices to boast an AMOLED display and enjoyed enviable support from third party developers. In fact, this editor made sure to […]

     
 
 

Moto X Reviews Roundup: It’s Ok, Google

Moto X Reviews Roundup: It’s Ok, Google

It’s been a while since we did our last reviews roundup, but since the Moto X is a special smartphone, and not simply because we have waited so much for it to make an appearance on the market. So many were hoping that Moto X would be the device that would “save” Motorola and bring it again in the Premier […]

 
     
 
 

BlackBerry Q5 Review: BB10 for the Masses

BlackBerry Q5 Review: BB10 for the Masses    

Very recently, this editor met with the India country head of a smartphone company, and caught him using a BlackBerry Bold 9790. Intriguing, since the outfit referred to isn’t BlackBerry, but one that makes touchscreen Android devices. When asked why he uses a BlackBerry as his daily driver and not a handset that bears the name of his own brand, […]

     
 
 

Nokia Asha 501 Review: Banking on Hope

Nokia Asha 501 Review: Banking on Hope

The word ‘Asha‘ is Hindi for ‘hope‘, and it defines Nokia’s strategy for its range that carries the same branding. The Asha range is all about hope — promising to bring cellular telephony to the masses and arming them with a tool that acts as their own little window to the world, keeping them connected through email and social networking. […]