Ajit Singh loves to write about technology and play around with gadgets & apps, especially Android stuff. He can also be found listening to music, browsing YouTube & binge-watching on Netflix.
Xiaomi has launched its first Android One smartphone. Let's find out if it is worth it is your money.
The Xiaomi Redmi 4 is the latest mid-ranger offering from the Chinese tech unicorn which has made a good name for itself, especially in the Indian smartphone market. Like previous offerings from the company, this one also aims to offer the best value for money to users where they can hope to get better performance, good camera, and great battery backup among other things without spending a lot.
Xiaomi Redmi 4 Specifications:
5-inch HD (1280 x 720) IPS LCD display
Octa-core 1.4GHz Qualcomm Sna...
It is a $60 Android tablet but should you get it just because it's cheap.
Netflix vs Amazon Prime Video vs Hotstar: Which one...
Google Nexus to Pixel: the journey so far and the f...
New Nokia 3310 vs Old Nokia 3310: What has changed ...
Google has added 'smartness' to instant messaging but is it enough to dethrone the king WhatsApp?
A new report published by Digi-Capital analysts has predicted that mobile augmented reality (AR) industry is expected to cross over a billion users and $60 billion in global revenue by 2021.
The developer of Magisk has released a new beta version build for users which brings workaround for Google’s SafetyNet detection.
Volvo has confirmed that its testing of driverless cars in Australia has been affected by an unexpected obstacle in the form of kangaroos.
Google launched Pixel smartphones in India last year along with various offers and quite aggressive advertising. But if the latest market report is to be believed, the Pixel has struggled to attract Indian buyers because of the high pricing.