We have now reached the end of the March madness, and the week that has just ended is really mad. This week, which was filled with smartphone launches and tons of news to come, saw the rapid pace of work on the virtual HQ of 91 mobiles, with our authors hunch to find out the news, features and reviews on their laptops.
Manic turned terrific on Tuesday as OnePlus on Monday Removed the covers from its new flagships, OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro. Proudly featuring the Hasselblad logos on their camera modules to showcase OnePlus’ new partnership with iconic camera maker, the phones are the first in the country to be powered by Qualcomm’s flagship Snapdragon 888. OnePlus 9R unveiled And its The first smartwatch. Although there is still time for the 9R to land, both the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro have gone through our review grind. While Reviewing OnePlus 9, Kshitij says the phone is very powerful, but by looking at the low-light camera results the Hasselblad sharing is not very obvious. In addition to the lack of features such as wireless charging and IP rating, he also laments the high prices. The symbol came Review Pricer OnePlus 9 Pro However, and he was praised for it … the gorgeous screen, the presence of all the expected main features and the good set of cameras highlighted.
After OnePlus, it’s the turn of realm. Picking its latest, fabulous Wednesday, RealMe introduced the 8 Pro and 8, The former came to be one of the most affordable phones with a 108MP camera sensor. While it features the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max in its scenes, The The RealMe 8 Pro is a bit less, As Nitansh mentioned in his review. As it turns out, the phone doesn’t impress much in terms of things other than the camera. Its sibling, the RealMe 8 also leaves a bit to be desired, According to its unique upgrade concept on the RealMe 7, looks like its AMOLED screen.
Thoughtful Thursday saw Vivo is releasing its loaded X60 series, And it’s hard to be fascinated by these sleek phones with powerful specs and cameras. Kshitij was troubled by the X60 Pro, the first phone in the country to run on the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 chipset. Smooth, flagship-grade performance aside, the phone impresses with its camera capabilities. Kshitij, in fact, Describes the phone as a real looker. He could be in love, but knowing him, it could be another crush.
Next week, expect more on the POCO F3 and X3 Pro, as devices go to our shores. They look unique and are packed to the brim with powerful specs. If Poco India can price them well, hopefully it will create dope waves.