There’s no doubt that the Samsung Galaxy S10 is one of the best smartphones you can buy right now. But is it worth Rs.1,10,900 price tag in Nepal? Well, let’s see what I feel about the regular Galaxy S10 after my one week of use of the phone.
It’s not unusual for a new smartphone brand to enter Nepal. And I wouldn’t be surprised if you haven’t heard of Cubot before. Well, let’s start the review of the Cubot J3 with the introduction of the brand itself. Cubot is a Shenzhen based Chinese brand who recently entered the Nepalese smartphone market. The company is mostly making entry-level smartphone catering to the needs of consumers looking to buy a budget smartphone.
2019 has turned out to be a great year for smartphone enthusiasts. We are seeing all kinds of phones: regular design phones, notched phones, tear-drop notch phones, punch-hole notch phones and now this, a phone with a pop-up camera. The Vivo V15 Pro has launched in Nepal and the phone has a motorized pop-up camera on the top. And if that wasn’t enough, the company has also incorporated under-display fingerprint scanner on the phone. The price of Vivo V15 Pro in Nepal is Rs. 52,490.
Vivo has launched the Vivo V15 Pro in Nepal for Rs.52,490. This new phone is the company’s upper mid-range offering and brings in a host of features that are new to the segment. Today, let’s find out what you get inside the box of the V15 Pro.
It goes without saying that Samsung Galaxy S10 is one of the most important phones for Samsung. It’s also one phone that all the tech enthusiasts in Nepal had been waiting for a while now. Samsung Nepal has now officially started the pre-booking of the new flagship phone and has also revealed the prices of the phones. The price of Samsung Galaxy S10e in Nepal is Rs. 93,900, the price of S10 is Rs. 1,10,900, the price of S10+ is 1,23,500 and if you have got a pocket full of money, there’s also the Samsung Galaxy S10+ 512GB which can be yours for Rs. 1,54,500.
If you are looking to buy your very first Android smartphone or if you have got a limited budget, you should definitely have a look at the all-new Xiaomi Redmi Go. The phone is priced at Rs. 8,999 and it’s undoubtedly the best phone you can get for under Rs. 10,000. How good is it? Well, let’s find out.
Syakar Trading Company, the authorized distributor of Honda Cars in Nepal has just launched the Honda HR-V compact SUV in Nepal. The HR-V sits between the WR-V and CR-V. The price of Honda HR-V in Nepal is Rs. 99,00,000 for the CV-T automatic variant and for now, it is the only gearbox option that will be available to the buyers. Is the new SUV from Honda stable worth the money? Well, let’s find out.
Samsung has officially launched the Samsung Galaxy M10 in Nepal. While the Galaxy M10 is an entry-level Android smartphone, the success of the phone is very important to the Korean company. After failing to dominate the Nepalese entry-level smartphone market for several years now, the M10 may be the only chance the brand has to crown itself and position itself above the competition. But can it? Well, let’s find out!