A 6-inch smartphone don't make much sense. It is an experience that doesn't leave you satisfied as a tablet user.
From Samsung to Gionee, most manufacturers like to customise the interface.
The sum of parts is better than the quality of the parts alone, and that’s what the Gionee Elife S5.5 brings to the table.
If the camera matters more to you than anything else, then the Iris X1 is a better buy than the Moto E
Rs. 7,000 Android smartphones are good enough if your needs are limited
Is the Moto E flawless? No, not at all. Is it the best phone you can buy for Rs. 7,000 or lesser? Yes, definitely.
Low-cost Androids come with only 4GB of internal memory and that bottleneck makes it a no-go for many users.
Lenovo K900, has dropped its price to the same level as the S860 and seems a better deal now
There is a general notion that with an international brand, you will get better after-sales support than with a local brand.
The best Android smartphones across various budgets for the average buyer.
This is all you need to read before deciding which Android smartphone to pick in your budget
PC gaming ain't dead yet! Here's what you need to build yourself a rig to get your game on
Great option for casual music listeners and movie viewers who just want a good set of speakers
If you do notice a difference between wired and wireless audio, then you probably want to stick with wired
It's a good thing that Xolo has packed in 8GB of internal memory because that's not something to compromise on.
It is worth your time to go out there and look for apps that will make you maximise your phone's use.
Motorola Moto G or the Micromax Canvas 4 are both far better than the Turbo Mini.
Trying to save a few bucks by skimping on smartphone screens and storage will only make the device hard to use
The question really is whether Android can be a good laptop OS, not whether Lenovo Ideapad A10 can be a good laptop.
Android apps are not made for use in a laptop and are made with the intent of being touched. That is a problem.
The phone has some good points, like the fantastic screen. But it doesn't come together to feel like a great device.
Waterproofing in smartphones is still not good enough to be the feature you buy the phones for
Atom Supremus is good if you're okay using a screen guard and want a budget smartphone for the best music experience
What do we do when faced with a new entrant. Would you buy it over a more well-known brand?
Not the best laptop, Not the best tablet, but the most convenient device a travelling professional can have in the suitcase.
The Asus Transformer Book T100 is the most convenient option for the on-the-go executives
If you want an Android smartphone without a gargantuan screen, the Sony Xperia Z1 Compact is the best choice
Make sure you are looking at overall length of a phone and then judging the largest screen you can get in it
Motorola's comeback phone has got rave reviews as the best budget handset. But here is some detail.
It's easy to go ga-ga over the Moto G, but there are certain things you should know before you buy it
Lenovo Vibe Z is deceptively light for its size, much more so than the K900.
Good displays aren't only about pixels...
Samsung has managed to fit slightly larger screen in Grand 2 while maintaining same overall profile as original Galaxy Grand.
The only person I'd advise to buy the Gionee Pioneer P3 is the budget buyer who cares about only the camera
HP has got most things right, but we hesitate to give the Pavilion11 x2 a solid recommendation
Hybrid PCs now have large tablets and thick keyboard bases. The notebook is heavy and tablet thicker than you would like.