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LG W30 review: The triple rear camera setup is not a marketing gimmick

LG W30 review: LG W30 packs a triple rear camera setup with a customisable notch design on the screen under Rs 10,000. Here is how the device performs in real life.

Realme 3i review: Good performance, stunning design for Rs 7,999

Realme 3i review: Realme 3i is the trimmed down version of the Realme 3 and it is powered by the MediaTek Helio P60 processor. Here is how the phone performs.

Sony SRS-XB32, SRS-XB22 speakers review: Perfect party companions

Sony SRS-XB32, SRS-XB22 speakers review: The Sony SRS-XB32 and SRS-XB22 speakers are the perfect party companions, which can literally light up any party.

iOS 13 beta preview: Ability to edit photos and videos will hit many apps

Apple iOS 13 does not usher in a radical change as far as UI/UX is concerned, but there are some interesting features and some very productive ones. Here is what we think iPhone users should be excited about.

Fingers Resonance wireless earphones review: It’s different

Fingers Resonance wireless earphones review: At Rs 3,999, I have to say the Fingers Resonance is certainly expensive and it's not the best in this price category. There are much better devices you can buy if you are willing to spend a bit more, such as the OnePlus Bullets 2.

Asus ROG Zephyrus M (GU502GU) review: A thin-and-light premium gaming laptop

Asus ROG Zephyrus M (GU502GU) review: The ROG Zephyrus M would be a good option for anyone who is keen to buy a gaming laptop that’s reliable, powerful, and compact.

Vivo Z1 Pro Review: Can it compete with Redmi Note 7 Pro?

Vivo Z1 Pro Review and Rating: Here's how the new Vivo Z1 Pro performed during our review. It starts at Rs 14,990 and comes with a hole punch display, triple cameras and is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 712 processor.

Nokia 2.2 review: Android One smartphone at a good price

Nokia 2.2 review, price in India, specifications: The Nokia 2.2 comes with a 3,000mAh battery and a U-shaped waterdrop notch display. But is it worth the price of Rs 6,999? Read our review of the Nokia 2.2.

Zebronics Rocket review: Sharp audio, wide features

Zebronics Rocket review: Given the Rs 2,159 price point of the Zebronics Rocket (it is available for less on Amazon and Flipkart), it is a good device with decent audio quality.

Apple iPadOS Public Beta preview: Here’s why you should update

Apple iPadOS review: Apple's new iPad OS is a more intuitive and natural way for iPad users to go about their daily work and will end up saving them a few minutes and more frustrations on a daily basis.

JBL LIVE 500BT review: Unique features, still affordable

JBL LIVE 500BT: The audio quality is rich and packs a punch. It is both soulful and sharp, offering a coziness that makes this great to listen to melodies.

Motorola One Vision review: Does it stand out against the competition?

Motorola One Vision review: Motorola One Vision packs decent specifications for a mid-range smartphone but is it enough to compete with the rest?