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  • Hyundai Venue launched at Rs 6.50 lakh

    The all-new Hyundai Venue compact SUV has been launched in India and it is priced between Rs 6.50-10.84 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The Venue will be sold in 7 variants and with 3 engine options. The most talked about engine on the car is the new 1.0-litre, 3-cylinder turbo-petrol unit which makes 118 bhp/ 172 Nm. […]

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  • MG Hector revealed; India launch next month

    The much-anticipated MG Hector has been fully revealed before its June 2019 launch. It is expected to be priced around Rs 15-20 lakh. The design of the upcoming SUV had already been digitally revealed, but this time around, we also know how the Hector’s cabin will look like. It has a smart and uncluttered layout […]

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  • Samsung Galaxy S10+ review

    What is it? The 10th-generation version of the world’s best-selling premium Android phone series. Plus, this is the top-spec model of the three Galaxy S10 phones on sale. Design & Construction The S10 series debuts a new design language for Samsung flagship phones. Granted, it’s not drastically different from what we’re seeing since the S8, […]

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  • Apple iPhone XR review

    What is it? The entry-level variant of the latest iPhone range. It’s not exactly cheap or feature loaded, but recent price drops have made it a strong contender. Let’s see why… Design & Construction The XR is the first iPhone since the 5C to come in vivid colour options. However, unlike the latter, which faced […]

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  • MG Hector digitally revealed

    Alongside the i-Smart connected car system, MG Motor has also revealed the exterior of its upcoming Hector SUV. It will be launched in India in June this year and is expected to be priced around Rs 17-20 lakh. As previously speculated, the Hector is indeed a rebadged version of the Baojun 530 SUV with some […]

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  • Do Rs 1 lakh phones make sense?

    What are we up to? Pitting 2018’s most contradictory phones against each other – the Poco F1 provides top-notch hardware at a shockingly low price, whereas the iPhone XS Max [review] brings the best of Apple at an exorbitant price. The point is, while the iPhone XS Max costs 4x the Poco F1, is it […]

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  • OnePlus 6T review

    What is it? The latest iteration of the original flagship killer. It’s the first OnePlus phone to sport the cool in-display fingerprint scanner, but like it or not, it also drops the 3.5 mm headphone jack. Design & Construction The 6T adopts the currently trending waterdrop notch in place of its predecessor’s wider screen cutout. […]

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  • Hyundai Verna 1.6 diesel review

    What is it? Hyundai’s third-gen Verna, which at least on paper, is the most powerful diesel mid-size saloon. It also is dimensionally larger than its predecessor and is one of the most stylish cars you can buy under Rs 15 lakh. Design & Build The Hyundai Verna looks like a mini Elantra and that’s a […]

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  • Apple iPhone XS Max review

    What is it? The biggest iPhone ever. Also, it’s the most expensive mainstream smartphone you can buy right now. Design & Construction It’s basically a bigger iPhone X, and that’s not a bad thing. You get the familiar super solid construction with a stainless steel frame that’s sandwiched by two glass panels. The rear glass […]

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  • Samsung Galaxy Note 9 review

    What is it? Samsung’s most powerful smartphone of 2018 that’s aimed at the power user. It has got a big screen, a big battery and the trademark S-Pen, which is more than just a gimmick if used properly. Design & Construction The Galaxy Note 9 is built upon the same design language that debuted on […]

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