There was a time not too long ago when owning a feature-laden mobile phone inevitably meant shelling out some of your hard-earned money.
With the success of the Jio Phone and Jio Phone 2 in the past few years, the Reliance Jio phone series has firmly established itself as an important player in the Indian mobile phone market.
Traditionally, setting up a new business and getting a startup business loan has been a major challenge in India.
When it comes to buying a new smartphone, it’s always a long-term investment and not something you’d want to compromise on.
Realme is the underdog brand in the Indian smartphone market. Surrounded by legacy brands, this little brand has become a big player very early into its lifetime and amazed us all with its innovative products.
Samsung has continued to excite fans and tech lovers all over the world with its 2020 releases, right from the Galaxy S20 Plus BTS Edition to the latest Galaxy Z Flip.
OnePlus had been making waves since the time it made its entry in India. On 22nd of July, OnePlus launched its latest innovation.
Following the recent events in the country, a lot of Indians are consciously moving away from Chinese brands and getting rid of the dependency on them.
Low price and maximum features was a big selling point for Chinese smartphone brands a few years ago. However, it’s not the same anymore.
After a stellar show at Berlin in 2019, this year’s edition of Acer’s Next@Acer even had to be mellowed down into a live online stream only.