Coming from the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, one thing I really wasn’t happy about the Samsung Galaxy S10 was its battery endurance (well, at least at first). I have been using the Galaxy S10 for over 3 month now and I have to tell, things have changed quite a bit. Here’s what you need to know about the Battery life on the Galaxy S10.
Xiaomi has just launched the flagship phone for the Redmi lineup of phones- the Redmi K20 Pro. While many are calling it the Poco F2, it’s not. Looking at the features list and the design, it is safe to say that Xiaomi is positioning the K20 Pro above the Poco lineup. The company also launched the Redmi K20, which is a cheaper variant of the K20 Pro and comes with some downgraded hardware.
After the successful launch of the Vivo V15 Pro with its pop-up camera, Oppo has come up with Oppo F11 Pro which has a pop-up camera which works in a similar fashion. Alongside the F11 Pro, the company has also launched the Oppo F11 which has a small notch cut-out instead of the pop-up camera. The company has priced the Oppo F11 at Rs. 37,990, the Oppo F11 Pro at Rs. 47,990 and the Avengers special edition F11 Pro at Rs. 49,990.
After months of waiting, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 is finally official in Nepal. The Redmi Note 7 is one phone Nepalese had been waiting for quite a while now. The Redmi Note 7 sits above the Redmi 7 and is offered in 3 variants. The 3/32GB is priced at Rs. 21,999, the 4/64GB variant is priced at Rs. 24,999 and the 4/128GB variant is priced at 26,999.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ are both very versatile mobile cameras with a focal range of 12mm – 52mm that cover the most common situations people use their cameras in. We test the Galaxy S10 in Pokhara to see how the phone really fares.
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.