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Moto X had us all impressed when it came out. While it certainly didn’t have the top of the line specifications, it came with a stock Android user interface and many interesting features which made it a hit with the geeks. It also busted the myth that more cores equates to better performing phone, as […]

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This is BlackBerry's comeback smartphone, and whether it is wildly successful or a moderate success, the company has everyone's attention.

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The Asus Zenfone 4 is the smallest and the cheapest smartphone in the Zenfone family, sporting a 4-inch display. The middle sibling in the family – the Zenfone 5 is one of the best mid-range smartphones we’ve tested, giving the Moto G (first gen) a run for its money. Does the Zenfone 4 put up the […]

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It has been a while since we last tested Audio Technica headphones. The ones we got this time around belong to a completely new segment called the S-series or Street Monitoring series targetted specifically at smartphone users who want a better audio experience. Since it is being marketed as a smartphone headphone, the pricing for […]

The post Audio Technica ATH-S300 review: Decent headphones for your daily commute appeared first on Tech2.

Lava had released the Iris Pro 30 back in January this year and at the time, we are talking pre-Xiaomi days, its pricing for its features was quite interesting. Lava has been aggressive with their smartphone launches since then and today we have with us the update – the Lava Iris Pro 30+ which borrows […]

The post Lava Iris Pro 30+ review: Decent phone, but it’s in a price segment where it has stiff competition appeared first on Tech2.

Intel announced the Haswell E platform earlier this month, and along with it the Intel X99 chipset. Motherboard makers had already started showing off their boards towards the end of last month. Asus sent us their Republic of Gamer series’ flagship board – the X99 Rampage V Extreme. This being a completely new platform, with […]

The post Asus ROG Rampage V Extreme review: A beast of a board for the ambitious Intel X99-based system-builder appeared first on Tech2.

Sony had already announced its flagship smartphone – the Xperia Z2 – at this years Mobile World Congress and the units started appearing on the market May onwards. It has been just four months since, and Sony has already announced another flagship device – the Xperia Z3. This is nothing new for Sony, as it […]

The post Sony Xperia Z3 review: Overall a great package, but priced outrageously at Rs 51,990 appeared first on Tech2.

Going by the name, the Nokia Lumia 530 might seem like an iterative refresh to last year’s Lumia 520. But a look at the specs leave you wondering if Microsoft intended a downgrade from the successful predecessor. It comes with lesser storage space – down from 8GB to 4GB, and a 854 x 480 resolution TFT […]

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Nvidia has launched its latest series of cards which will feature its Maxwell architecture – the GTX 900 series. And the first cards from this series that were announced last week are the GTX 980 and the GTX 970. What happened to the GTX 800 series, you ask? Well, according to Nvidia, they have used the […]

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Android One is Google’s big hope to get millions of unconnected Indians hooked to its ecosystem and to start off, we have three Android One devices, which have identical specs and software (with a few exclusive apps), but differ on design. That’s the only difference besides the small discounts being offered on the Rs 6,499 […]

The post Micromax Canvas A1 Android One review: Humble specs but brilliant experience appeared first on Tech2.

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