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Mobiistar has begun its journey in India with the launch of CQ and XQ Dual Smartphones. Mobiistar happens to be a household name in Vietnam and we sincerely hope their Indian venture will be fruitful. The ‘Selfie Star’ series offers beautiful Selfies at an affordable price. The XQ Dual features a dual Selfie camera setup
BYJU’S, which happens to be India’s largest personalized learning program for school students, invites all to learn at home through its unique 6 pronged approach. 1. Visualize : Complex concepts in a simple and easy to understand format. 2. Learn : From India’s best teachers. Gain conceptual clarity and score high. 3. Test : Practice
The battle for the best Flagship Mobile of 2018 is well and truly on with the launch of the two heavyweights we had been waiting for the past few months – OnePlus 6 The Speed You Need and Honor 10 For The Brave! I am very sure these two Smartphones will occupy the top 2
Let’s check out the four cool new offerings which have been recently launched in the Indian Smartphone scene. Comio, iVooMi, Ziox, and Kult are staking their claim and with a lot of substance and style. 1. Comio X1 Note : After C2 Lite and S1 Lite this is Comio’s latest offering in the budget segment.
Samsung India today launched four new Smartphones which are expected to fundamentally alter the playing field with the introduction of the Infinity Design philosophy. This particular new feature provides you nearly 15% more display area on the Smartphone screen without increasing the overall size of the device. The bezels are extremely thin on the new
The Indian market has its own peculiarities and the Indian consumers demand real value for money. Mere big names and global reputations combined with huge marketing spends are no guarantee of a product succeeding in India. If you compare the Smartphone market in India with other major countries I am sure you’ll arrive at the