Oppo A74 5G smartphone was launched on 5th April 2021. The phone comes with a Display (Size) 6.50-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 1080×2400 pixels at a pixel density of 405 pixels per inch (ppi) and an aspect ratio of 20:9.
Oppo A74 5G is powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 processor. It comes with 6GB of RAM. The Oppo A74 5G runs Android 11 and is powered by a 5000mAh battery. The Oppo A74 5G supports proprietary fast charging.
The cameras are concerned, the Oppo A74 5G on the rear packs a 48MP primary camera with an f/1.7 aperture; a 2MP camera with an f/2.4 aperture, and a 2MP camera with an f/2.4 aperture. The rear camera setup has autofocus. It sports an 8MP camera on the front for selfies with an f/2.0 aperture.
Connectivity options on the Oppo A74 5G include Wi-Fi 802.11, GPS, Bluetooth v5.10, USB Type-C, 3G, and 4G (with support for Band 40 used by some LTE networks in India). Sensors on the phone include accelerometer, ambient light sensor, gyroscope, proximity sensor, and fingerprint sensor.
The Oppo A74 5G runs ColorOS 11.1 is based on Android 11 and packs 128GB of inbuilt storage. The Oppo A74 5G is a dual-SIM (GSM & GSM) smartphone that accepts Nano-SIM and Nano-SIM cards. The Oppo A74 5G measures 162.90 x 74.70 x 8.40mm (height x width x thickness) & weighs 188.00 grams. It was launched in Fantastic Purple & Fluid Black colours.
Aqua Green (Lake Green) Shadow lack (Onyx Gray) Frost White (Pebble White)
MIUI 12 needs some work Best-in-class display
Macro shooter is not good enough Cameras are quite good
Poor haptics Fast Performance
The Redmi Note 10 isn’t pathbreaking in terms of features and specifications for the sub-Rs. 12,000 segment, but it does cover all the bases & offer a few nice extra touches. It is slimmer and lighter than the Redmi Note 9, and debuts a new Evol design language which makes it look quite smart.
The ultra-wide and selfie cameras are also serviceable, but the macro one is just for amusement. MIUI is still full of promotional content and ads, but the company promises to remove these with a future update.
Battery life is good enough to get you through at least a full day, and charging is quick. The cameras are quite ordinary, with the 48-megapixel primary one taking well (good) shots in the daytime ad acceptable ones at night.
The 6.43-inch full-HD+ AMOLED screen is a major highlight, producing crisp details & colours that pop. You get a Qualcomm Snapdragon 678 SoC which is powerful enough for casual gaming as well as everyday tasks.
If a smartphone has a big screen, high-capacity battery, fast processor, and lots of RAM & storage, but still manages to cost less than Rs.14,500 chances are it will be successful. That’s where the Redmi Note 10 comes in.
New Redmi Note 10 family, Xiaomi is offering more premium features than ever, but prices have also risen. The Redmi Note series has been massively popular so far in India, where everyone loves a good deal and buyers are very particular about every last feature and specification.
The Overall Build Quality is Very Nice
Battery Life & Super Fast Charging
Processor Speed For instagram Upload & Wallet Payments is Very Good
Quality Smart Phone, Work Properly Overall Good Product & Value For Money
Good Features & Very Best Fingerprint Sensor. Camera is Also Good. Good Touch Screen & Smoothness With High Sensitivity.
The company could have done more to keep things fresh in the premium segment, but even so, the 9R is a good overall package. It looks slick, and have a crisp AMOLED screen plus stereo speakers. Performance is very good in everyday tasks and games run well too.
With only cosmetic changes and a slightly upgraded processor compared to the OnePlus 8T, the new OnePlus 9R is not very exciting at first. It have been a launched exclusively in India because the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro have come in at higher prices.
OnePlus 9R 5G is powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 processor and runs on Oxygen OS which is based on Android 11. The smartphone is launched with 6.50-inch display with a resolution of 1080×2400 pixels and an aspect ratio of 20:9.
The smartphone features a quad camera: 48 MP(wide) + 16 MP(ultra-wide) + 5MP(macro) + 2 MP (monochrome) while on the front, there is a 16 MP (wide) sensor. Moreover, it features Mobile Hotspot, NFC, A-GPS with Glonass, USB Type-C, Wi-Fi, and the latest version 5.1 Bluetooth.
The battery will last you all day, and you get a 65W fast charger in the box. The 48MP main camera takes good shots and Night-scape mode can work better depending on ambient light conditions. OxygenOS continues to be slick and feature-rich without getting overbearing. The 9R could be a good choice if you are a OnePlus fan, but do keep in mind that there’s a lot of competition and you have many different choices.
The OnePlus 9R sticks to the classic OnePlus formula of strong specs at a reasonable price. For Indian buyers in 2021, it serves very well enough.
it starts at Rs 39,999 and is essentially a OnePlus 8T with minor cosmetic upgrades as well as a new chip. It undercuts the vanilla OnePlus 9 by a huge margin and for most smartphone buyers in the sub-Rs 50,000 segment, it makes a lot of sense. It is future-ready with 5G, is mighty powerful, and have an all-day battery. It is even made of metal and glass, if that concerns you. Also Read – OnePlus Watch first major update brings AOD among other features, Rolling out now
Samsung have been equipped the Galaxy M31 with an Exynos 9611 SoC and gets 6GB of RAM. It have been two storage variants to choose from, 64GB OR 128GB. The Galaxy M31 is a dual SIM device with support for 4G as well as VoLTE. It runs Samsung OneUI 2.0 on top of Android 10. We found the Galaxy M31 to have a fair amount of bloatware onboard.
The Samsung Galaxy M31 sports a big 6.4-inch display and have been a water-drop notch at the top. It have thin bezels around the AMOLED display which helps it stand out among the competition. The Galaxy M31 is comfortable to hold in the hand but it is a little heavy at 191g. The weight of the smartphone is mainly because of the big 6,000mAh battery that it packs.
The Galaxy M31 have been a quad-camera setup at the back with the primary being a 64MP shooter. It also houses an 8MP (ultra-wide-angle) camera, a 5Mp (macro) camera and a 5MP (depth) sensor. Daylight camera performance is good but low-light camera performance was disappointing.
Samsung Galaxy M30 set the pace, and a refreshed version, the Galaxy M30s, really helped the company strengthen it is position in this segment. Samsung have been now launched a successor to the Galaxy M30s, called the Galaxy M31.
The Samsung Galaxy M series have been gained a lot of popularity thanks to affordable prices & up-to-date hardware. Samsung have been managed to lower prices by selling these models online, reducing distribution costs.
You now get a quad-camera setup, an upgrade from the triple camera setup on the M30s. However, the processor and the battery capacity remain unchanged. Will this be enough to keep the Galaxy M series competitive in the market? We review the Galaxy M31 to find out.
A Descent phone Definitely not for pro pubg player but can work fine Super AMOLED gives it best performance Descent camera Improved Selfie camera compared to M30 Long battery life Nice Security No ads unlike MI Works smoothly
Really a good budget phone with big battery. Camera performance also awesome, but in pro mode there no control for shutter speed and while changing the iso i don’t feel any differences. I need more update on camera modes. Phone performance and charging speed is good. Except camera modes i love this phone.
Samsung Galaxy A82 5G have been leaked in an alleged promotional video
Samsung Galaxy A82 (5G)
6.71 inches (120Hz) Snapdragon 855+ SoC
6GB RAM / 128 GB
25W(Fast charging) 4,500mAh
64MP + 8MP + 5MP
48MP + 10MP
Android 11 OS UI 3.1
The Samsung Galaxy Quantum 2 made it is debut last month in Korea. This smartphone is had to launch in the international markets as the Galaxy A82 5G.
A couple of days ago, the Galaxy A82 5G moniker was the spotted among devices that are set to get quarterly security updates from the brand.
It is confirmed the existence of the smartphone and also suggested an imminent launch.
Samsung Galaxy A82 5G have been leaked once again. This time a promotional video of the smartphone have been a posted online, which suggests that the phone could launch anytime soon.
A Max Weinbach The popular tipster as well as a writer for Android Police, have been posted a promotional video that seems to belong to the Samsung Galaxy A82 5G.
The promotional video once again confirms the existence of the phone as well as confirms it is moniker. Unfortunately, the promotional video doesn’t reveal any specifications of the smartphone apart from touting that the claim that it will be has been long battery life.
Considering that the company is already working on the marketing material for the Samsung Galaxy A82 5G, it is launch seems imminent. When launched, the phone will be positioned above the Galaxy A72 which was announced in March this year.
The launch of the Samsung Galaxy A82 5G, the brand will be has a four A-series smartphones with 5G connectivity in it ia lineup with the other three being Galaxy A32 5G, A42 5G, Or A52 5G.
Although there are the no official information regarding the Samsung Galaxy A82 5G specifications, we can expect it to has been features similar to that of the Galaxy Quantum 2. After all, both of these devices are said to be one and the same.
Samsung Galaxy A82 5G specifications (expected)
The Samsung Galaxy A82 5G could feature a 6.7-inch AMOLED display with QHD+ resolution and 120Hz refresh rate.
The smartphone could be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ SoC Or feature 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. On the software side of things, we can expect it is the ship with the Android 11 OS and One UI 3.1 customisation, as is the case with all the new Samsung smartphones nowadays.
A terms of imaging, we can expect the Samsung Galaxy A82 5G to has been a 64MP primary camera along with a 12MP ultrawide camera Or a 5MP macro sensor. The selfie camera could be a 10MP unit. Samsung Galaxy A82 5G could pack a 4,500mAh battery with 25W charging. It could also has been stereo speakers Or a fingerprint scanner. As the name suggests, the phone will has been a 5G connectivity. Other connectivity options could include a USB Type-C port.
The Mi 11 Ultra is Xiaomi’s answer to Samsung’s latest flagship Galaxy S21 Ultra, that too at a much lower price. Price is not the only area where Xiaomi seems to have the Galaxy S21 Ultra beat, it also have it’s over the top features like a quick preview display at the back. But not all is good, the phone does heat up like a saucepan Also Read Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra Review A Ultra phone with it is own set of flaws
I spent around a week with the new Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra or it was an to the interesting ride, to say the least. Here we will be taking a look at how the Mi 11 Ultra performed in stressful conditions and also if have been it the flagship smartphone you should get for yourself next. Also Read Top smartphones under Rs 15,000 in May 2021 Redmi Note 10, Realme 8 5G
Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra Price in India:-
Rs 69,999 Also Read Top smartphones under Rs 15,000 in May Redmi Note 10, Realme 8 5G
Flagship smartphones crossed to the an Rs 1,00,000 mark a long time ago and there seems no bar to the price. However, companies like OnePlus or Xiaomi do try to keep a check at the big players, by releasing flagship-grade smartphones like the Mi 11 Ultra at a much lower price point.
At Rs 69,999, the Mi 11 Ultra comes with everything the Rs 1,05,999 Galaxy S21 Ultra have to the offer and then some. But keep in mind, even though the spec sheet might seem better, but it does not guarantee real-life performance. That it is what we will be taking a look at below.
DESIGN Or BUILD
Most flagship smartphones these days, apart from the foldables are metal glass sandwiches. Xiaomi have been tried to break this monotonous look with the addition of a quad curved display or a secondary quick view display on the back.
For the front and the rear display, the company have been used Gorilla Glass Victus, which is the latest and most sturdy glass that Corning have been a offer as of now. Over that, the company has also used Ceramic to cast the back instead of glass, making the phone a bit more durable. This is a also provides us with a much more premium feel.
The back camera module on the Mi 11 Ultra have been one of the largest camera modules we has been to date. One of the reasons behind this is the secondary display, other reasons include two large 2-inch sensors, a 1.12-inch sensor and a 120x digital zoom telephoto setup.
The phone does feel quite bulky weighing in at 234 grams. Surprisingly, the phone, which I felt would be top-heavy due to the massive camera module, was not so. The device was the very balanced, with it is not tipping to either side when held. This level of detail is appreciated and welcomed.
I received the Ceramic Black variant for review, which looks nice, but it is extremely reflective and a fingerprint magnet. The Ceramic White variant would has been the fared much better.
Vivo V21 5G specifications has been leaked online.
Vivo V21 series launch date is a set for March 27th.
Key Vivo V21 specs include MediaTek Dimensity 800U, 64MP triple camera, or 5G support.
The Vivo V21 5G specifications has been tipped in a new leak. Vivo has already announced on Twitter that the company will launch the Vivo V21 series smartphones on a April 27th in Malaysia. It has revealed that the upcoming lineup of smartphones will have two devices, the Vivo V21 5G & the Vivo V21e. However, Vivo could also launch the V21 SE, which was spotted on Google Play Console recently. The brand has already posted key Vivo V21 specifications on its Malaysian website. The new leak, however, reveals additional specifications of the Vivo V21. Let us have a look.
According to a tweet from a popular tipster, Sudhanshu, the Vivo V21 will feature the MediaTek Dimensity 800U chipset. This SoC is built on a 7nm fabrication process and it uses 2x Cortex-A76 cores, 6x Cortex-A55 cores, and Mali-G57 MC3 GPU.
The tweet claims that the smartphone will have a 64MP + 8MP + 2MP triple-camera setup at the rear and a 44MP camera at the front. The primary camera at the rear as well as the front-facing camera is said to feature OIS (optical image stabilization). The tipster says that the Vivo V21 will have a hybrid SIM card slot and that it will ship with the Android 11 operating system. Lastly, he claims that the phone will not feature a 3.5mm audio jack.
According to Vivo’s official website for Malaysia, the Vivo V21 will have a display with a U-shaped notch. The webpage reveals that the phone will feature 8GB of physical RAM, 3GB of virtual RAM, and support for two SIM cards with 5G connectivity. Vivo also says that the V21 will be the brand’s slimmest 5G smartphone when it launches.
Vivo V21 India launch date :-
So far, Vivo has not broken its silence on the India launch date of the Vivo V21 series. However, the Vivo V21 has been certified through an Indian certification platform, BIS, suggesting that the smartphone will launch in India. Moreover, India is an important market for the brand, and therefore, Vivo might launch the V21 lineup in the Indian market soon. According to reports online, the Vivo V21 price in India could be around Rs 25,000
offer bonuses to employees whose customers write favorable reviews about the company.
A online review is when a company allows customers to post user-generated reviews of their products & customer service right on the company’s web page, and in some cases, The company’s social media pages, such as Facebook. There are dedicated review sites like the popular yelp & Angie’sList that are not affiliated with a specific company & invite posters to evaluate their purchases & experiences with a wide variety of businesses. This site help potential customers decide which companies to hire. It is not just securing new customers, though. Once you start as asking for reviews, your employees are going to step up their service.
Why are online reviews important?
Online reviews are important because so many customers rely on them to help them decide what to buy & where to buy it. Managers know bad reviews are bad for business. Even if employees know that, too, they might not care – unless the reviews they are getting affect their wallets.
Good reviews, on the other hand, are good for business. They can boost business & solidify a company’s online reputation. A lack of reviews doesn’t do anything to help a business recruit additional clients.
Small business owners who want to bolster their book of business are finding ways to get their customers to post about good experiences on business sites like Facebook, Google and TripAdvisor because they know reviewer ratings and recommendations are convincing – even if they are not always trustworthy.
In fact, a Local Search & online ReviewsSurvey found that 57.7% of consumers who search those sites looking for recommendations wind up making a purchase based on the reviews. More than half of consumers in the survey said they often or always read online reviews before they decide where to buy. More than 62% said they believe online reviews are important.
They are important, but not only for those consumers. They are important to every business that offers products or services for sale.
Require employees to ask for online reviews of your services
Consider this is a story about the cable technician who arrived 1.5 hours late to the home of a customer to hook up a couple of new, widescreen TVs. The tech doesn’t call the homeowner with a heads up about his schedule, & when he finally arrived, he acted like he was doing the man a favor. He was unfriendly & barely spoke to the man. He didn’t have all of the tools he needed for the job. & his work was so unacceptable that the customer called the cable company to request that a different tech be sent to his home to finish the job.
Fast-forward two years later. The homeowner had moved to a different house. Again, he had two big TVs to hook up, so he called the cable company. And the very same tech showed up; this time, however, he was on time and had a smile on his face. He was friendly, talkative and efficient. He did great work and he asked the customer what else he could do for him.
Then, as he walked to the door to leave, the tech asked the man if he would be willing to post an online review rating the tech’s service that day. He said his manager had started considering positive customer feedback when doing employee performance evaluations and awarding bonuses.
In fact, the company had made it a policy to require every tech to ask every customer to post online reviews. The techs had cards to hand to customers that identified the techs by name and included the websites where the homeowners could post their reviews. What a difference that policy made.
That surly tech learned quickly that good customer service translates into good reviews and that late arrivals, rude behavior, sloppy work and a careless attitude result in bad ones.
In this tech’s case, good reviews equal more money for him. So he did everything he could – the second time around, after the policy took root – to make sure that customer posted a positive review.
Pixel Watch renders have leaked the online, showcasing the complete design of the upcoming smartwatch. It is expected to be an premium offering from Google that will rival Apple Watch Series 6 & Samsung Galaxy Watch 3.
Pixel Watch may arrive in October this year.
Google’s very own the chipset could power it.
It’s may to bring a host of fitness features.
Rumours around the Pixel Watch has been making rounds for quite some time, however, it’s only now that we have gotten some a concrete information about this device. A credible leaker recently showcased a set of the Pixel Watch renders, it is providing us with the first look at this smartwatch.
This is a smartwatch could be the a biggest competitor to the reasonably popular Apple Watch, Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 & the recently launched OnePlus Watch. From what we have seen, A design looks quite impressive, especially with that bezel-less display. Also, we are sure Google would have worked on the WearOS to make it less janky & loaded it with some Pixel specific features to the differentiate it from the crowd.
Google has taken design the cues from Apple & Samsung, elements like the addition of the digital crown, display wrapping around the frame, which is akin to the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 & the colourful silicone straps reminiscent of the Apple Watch Series 6.
Another leak suggests that the Pixel Watch is codenamed “Rohan” & could make way in October this year. Now that the launch of Google’s first smartwatch is on the cards, we have decided to stack everything we know so far about it.
The Pixel Watch, from its design, appears to be in high-end offering that so would go head-to-head with best-selling smartwatches in the game. The majority of the in information about this smartwatch comes from a famed leaker who says that the smartwatch may launch in October alongside Pixel 6.
Renders surfacing online have been created by @rendersbyian in collaboration with Jon Prosser. Prosser mentioned that he had received some alleged sample images of the Pixel Watch from a source that has wanted to remain unidentified.
The Pixel Watch has followed the aesthetics of the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 with in a round dial & A curved display that wraps the frame. Also, the images showcase a big crown similar to Apple Watch, but it is unclear if it has will offer similar functionality.
What’s impressive about the design is that it appears to come with a relatively slimmer body than the most smartwatches available for purchase. Meaning the Pixel Watch will be a lightweight device that will have easily rest around your wrist.
Also, the smartwatch renders reveal the body in two colourways Silver or Black. We has also seen the Pixel Watch in a number of coloured silicone straps, which leads us to in believe that it may come in to with changeable straps.
As far as the specs of the device are the concerned, the Pixel Watch is expected to feature a gesture control system to that detect body movements. We has also heard that the smartwatch could possibly be powered by Google’s very own chipset, as we has heard for the Pixel 6.
If not the in-house chipset, that may see the Pixel Watch shipping with the Snapdragon Wear 4100+.SoC. It come with a quad-core CPU based on the 12nm manufacturing process with the clock speed of 1.7GHz.
A rumoured feature codenamed ‘BlackGhost’ allows them watch to listen out for voice commands at all the times without draining a battery. This feature it is expected to be made possible through a power management integrated circuit built into a chipset.
We haven’t heard anything from Google about the launch date of the Pixel Watch. However, the leaks popping up to suggest that it may land in October this year alongside the Pixel 6. Like the launch date, we also do not has any information if the Pixel Watch will make it to India
India price :-
As mentioned before, the Pixel Watch appears to be an expensive offering from the brand. But there’s still no leak around the pricing of this smartwatch. The Apple Watch Series 6 & Galaxy Watch 3 start at Rs 40,900 & Rs 38,990 in India respectively, keeping the competition in mind, we have expect the Pixel Watch to be priced somewhere under the Rs 30,000.