All the big news, reviews and openings of the week

I lament that there are not enough waterproof phones around. Sure, there are very few who are splashproof, but not the same thing? As a feature, waterproofing seems to be primarily limited to premium flagships currently offered by high-end smartphones from Samsung and Apple. Very low waterproof phones are available in the lower price segments. The Moto G 3rd generation (Review) Recalls, it was relaunched in 2015 and has an IPX7 rating. In recent times, the iPhone SE 2020 (review) stands out as a relatively affordable waterproof smartphone. That’s why Samsung is happy Bringing this feature into the public With Galaxy A52, Its new mid-ranger price is 27K.

Redmi Smart TV X Series launched in India

Other big news this week came from Xiaomi Launches first redmi-branded range of smart TVs In the country. This is an interesting move that shows how Xiaomi is trying to build a strong sub-brand of Redmi, with offerings spanning various product segments. Of course, Redmi phones have become very popular in India, but over the past few months, we have seen other Redmi-branded devices such as audio accessories and fitness bands. Entering the smart TV segment will take the sub-brand to great heights and it will be interesting to see how it develops in the long run.

As you can probably make, we’re in the middle of March madness and bring more device news every day. This week is also packed, and if you can not find the time, here are the highlights.

EXCLUSIVES: Big reveals

This week in Mi11 Lite we saw our sleeves digging some special dopes, Reveals the render that shows the upcoming phone design and color options. What makes the news even more interesting is that, based on the expected specs, the Mi11 Lite looks like a compelling mid-ranger and will hopefully reach our shores sooner than later.

By Review Grind: OPPO F19 Pro Siblings, Galaxy M12 and the Honorable Redmi Note 10

Our reviewers are at it, changing one review after another. Sanket took over OPPO F19 Pro And F119 Pro + Siblings by their pace, although the devices look attractive, they may not be the real game changers in their divisions. Meanwhile, the horizon Had to review the Galaxy M12, Which stands out as a reasonably compelling budget option, thanks to its 90Hz display. Redmi Note 10, this one too The review went through the grind This week, it looks like a solid VFM purchase that offers well-rounded capabilities.

Starts: Officially gone

The iQOO New 5 5G has officially gone In China this week. The phone looks very special, with its Snapdragon 870 SoC and 120Hz AMOLED display. Do not rule it out completely as it was launched in China, because there are some Its news is coming our way Very, very correct Along with iQOO 7.

In the case of smartphones launched in India In the budget Micromax 1. Samsung too Announced official pricing for its Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A72, Both appear to be effective all-rounders, going through specs. An even more important feature is their IP67 rating, which makes the A52 one of the most affordable phones in India to offer the waterproofing feature.

Coming soon: Total Lota phones

Ascending the horizon is the smorgasbord of smartphones, which is spread across various price segments. For now, based on the buzzing grapefruit, lists, leaks and rumors, here’s what you can expect. Click on device names to read more about them.

OnePlus 9R India launch confirmed

Surely the list of smartphones we go with is not short at all. Expect news about the RealMe 8 series, OnePlus 9 and Vivo X60 series coming up next week, with the Poco X3 Pro coming soon. The OnePlus 9 Series course, launches some important titles, brings the launch event Not only the details of 9 and 9 Pro, But also OnePlus 9R5G Yet The brand’s first smartwatch. I wish they had thought of a better name than that OnePlus Watch Although … this is very common to my liking. More on these exciting gadgets next week, along with a whole slew of smartphone reviews, I promise.


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