Misc

  • 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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  • Toyota Fortuner 4×4 review

    Toyota Fortuner is one of the most well-established SUV brands in India. Toyota sells between 1,500-2,000 Fortuners every month, a figure that can put many affordable hatchbacks to shame, including Toyota’s very own Etios Liva! First launched in 2009, the first-gen Fortuner became immediately successful for its imposing design, and later on, for its bulletproof […]

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  • Ferrari Portofino launched at Rs 3.50 crore

    Ferrari has finally launched its brand new ‘entry-level’ offering, the Portofino, in India starting at Rs 3.50 crore (ex-showroom). The Portofino replaces the California T in Ferrari’s lineup. Just like its predecessor, the Portofino is a hard-top convertible GT supercar with a 2+2 seating arrangement. Visually, it’s a stunning machine. Powering the Ferrari Portofino is […]

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  • Realme 2 Pro launched at Rs 13,990

    The much-anticipated Realme 2 Pro has finally arrived in India. It will be sold through flash sales exclusively on Flipkart, staring October 11, 2018. The Realme 2 Pro has been launched in three variants – 4GB RAM/ 64GB ROM for Rs 13,990, 6GB RAM/ 64GB ROM for 15,990 and 8GB RAM/ 128GB ROM for Rs […]

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  • Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) with triple rear cameras launched in India

    The recently revealed and much-hyped Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) has arrived in India starting at Rs 23,990 for the 4GB/ 64GB variant and Rs 28,990 for the 6GB/ 128GB variant. The Galaxy A7 (2018) is the first triple rear camera smartphone from Samsung. The main camera on the device is a 24MP f/1.7 sensor. Then, […]

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  • Mercedes-Benz C-Class facelift launched at Rs 40 lakh

    The mid-cycle refreshed version of the ongoing Mercedes-Benz C-Class has been launched in India between Rs 40.00-48.50 lakh. The new C-Class carries subtle design changes such as new LED head and tail lamps, tweaked bumpers and redesigned alloys. The cabin gets a new steering wheel with dual touchpad control system, and dual screens – a […]

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