Xiaomi has finally launched the show me MI band 3. It is the successor to the MI band 2 which is one of the most successful fitness trackers in Nepal. The MI band 3 is water resistant up to 50 meters and can be taken in for swimming. MI band 3 costs $26 in the international market but we can expect the fitness tracker to be launched at rupees Rs.4500 or so when it comes to Nepal.
The OnePlus 6 is finally official and trust me, the phone is really good. The thing about OnePlus phones is that they don’t cost all that much but offer flagship grade features. However, in case of Nepal, the story is completely different. Oliz Store, the authorised distributor of OnePlus phones in Nepal has launched the OnePlus 6 for Rs.71,000 for the base variant.
Xiaomi is all set to launch the much-anticipated Mi Band 3 next week. Mi Band 2 has been the best-selling smartwatch / fitness tracker for many years now. It is officially launching on May 31st alongside the Xiaomi Mi8.
The Xiaomi Redmi 5 AI which was available for pre-order is now on sale. You can buy the phone online through SastoDeal or visit any of the retail outlets.
As a tech savvy, I wouldn’t mind spending about Rs.50,000 or so on a good smartphone. But that’s clearly not the case for everyone. Also, if you don’t want to put a dent in your pocket for a phone and want something that simply works without much fuss, you may want to look at something much cheaper. For a price of Rs.14,590, the Samsung Galaxy J2 2018 can surprise you in many areas. The Galaxy J2 is Samsung’s popular budget phone from the J-series lineup and its revamped 2018 version is aimed at offering you most of what you need in a phone. Let’s out more about the Samsung Galaxy J2 2018 in this in-depth review.
HTC’s flagship for 2018, the HTC U12+ is here now. Yes, it is U12 ‘plus’, even if there’s only one phone, because HTC wants customers to know that it is a big phone! Names aside, the HTC U12 does have quite a few improvements over last year’s U11. What are they? Find out in this HTC U12+ overview.
Samsung, being Samsung, is expanding its smartphone market in all sectors from budget to niche ones. And in the process, it’s expanding its J-series with new phones like Galaxy J6, Galaxy J4 and Galaxy J2. While the Galaxy J6 is set to release in Indian markets very soon, the J4 is bound to launch next month, and now, it’s time for the budget-oriented Galaxy J2 to make its debut. Today, Samsung launched the Galaxy J2 2018 in Nepal for Rs.14590.
Samsung has gone all out and launched over 4 phones in less than a day. The Samsung Galaxy J8 is the newest phone in the Galaxy J-series and it sits on the top of the hierarchy. The Galaxy J8 is the second phone in the lineup to come with Infinity Display. In addition to that, the phone also gets Dual-Cameras. The expected price of Samsung Galaxy J8 in Nepal is Rs. 30,000.