Lenovo Vibe X3 Review 1

Lenovo Vibe X3 Review

February 9, 2016 PTdrivers 8

Lenovo has been on a bit of a spree, launching a number of new smartphones in quick succession. The company is good at creating models that cater to specific needs, such as the Vibe P1 (Review | Pictures) with its oversized battery, the Vibe Shot (Review | Pictures) for camera lovers, the Vibe S1 (Review | Pictures) for those who care most about looks, and most recently, the Vibe K4 Note for the budget segment. We now have with us the brand new Vibe X3, which takes its place at the top of the heap as Lenovo's latest flagship.
The Lenovo Vibe X3 costs just Rs. 19,999 but packs a number of features and attributes that might make it a competitor to phones that cost way more. The spec sheet alone would give us quite a bit to dig our teeth into, but Lenovo has also tossed in a few things that it says improve the user experience in less tangible ways. We'll have to dig deep to find out if that's just a marketing line or if the Vibe X3 really does blow all its competition away…

Micromax Canvas Tab P650 review 2

Micromax Canvas Tab P650 review

August 23, 2017 PTdrivers 0

One of the most remarkable trends in the Indian tablet industry over the past year has been the rise of the budget segment of tablets. Micromax is one of the major players in this segment, and can take credit for kick-starting the demand with its Funbook tablet, which claimed to combine entertainment with education.
Micromax's Canvas Tab P650 is a tablet with 8-inch display, a segment which has been dominated by Apple and Samsung for quite some time now. But can the Micromax Canvas Tab, the company's first 8-inch tablet and also the first flagship tablet in the Canvas series, repeat the success of the first Funbook, and get ahead of the competition? We try to find out in our review.

Design/ Build
The Micromax Canvas Tab is built along the lines of Micromax's high-end smartphones, like the Canvas Doodle 2. On first look, the Canvas Tab looks like a stretched out or bigger version of the Funbook tablet. However, that is only the case for the front panel of the tablet.
T..

Videocon VT10 review 4

Videocon VT10 review

July 10, 2016 PTdrivers 0

The tablet market in India seems to be booming and most Indian smartphone makers are eager to get into this lucrative opportunity. Videocon is no different. The company has recently launched its first tablet in the form Videocon VT10.
It comes with a 10-inch screen with a resolution of 1280×800 pixels. The tablet runs on Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) and is powered by a 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. The tablet is priced at Rs. 11,200. So what you are getting is a 10-inch tablet for around Rs. 10,000 market price. Is this a good deal? Let's find out in our review
Hardware/ Build & Design
The Videocon VT10 is a 10-inch tablet, which comes with a white and silver casing. The device looks very plasticky. The silver colour on the back is a bit glossy and makes the tablet looks very tacky. Most of the front is taken up by the screen with white borders all around. The front facing camera lies just above the screen.
The screen is a fingerprint magnet and one needs to constan..

Nokia C1 Leaked Again With Specifications and Fresh Images 5

Nokia C1 Leaked Again With Specifications and Fresh Images

October 9, 2016 PTdrivers 0

Home | Mobiles | Mobiles News Nokia C1 Leaked Again With Specifications and Fresh Images by Gadgets 360 Staff , 30 November 2015 Another Nokia C1 smartphone image has popped up on the Internet along with some rumoured specifications. The image and the specifications come from the same source that provided the last render indicating the handset will arrive in two variants – one running Windows 10 Mobile and the other Android.
The new image shows the rumoured Nokia C1 running its Z Launcher on the Android OS. The handset is seen in Grey, White, and Peach colour versions. The design goes in line with the previous leak as well. The source (via Nokia Power User) goes on to explain that the smartphone will arrive in two sizes both of which will also have a different camera setup.
As per the source, while one variant will house 5-inch full-HD (1080×1920 pixels) resolution display, the other will sport a larger 5.5-inch full-HD display. The smaller Nokia C1 version will bear 2GB RAM + 32GB i..

Samsung Galaxy Tab global 7 review 6

Samsung Galaxy Tab global 7 review

April 10, 2018 PTdrivers 0

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 was a success and proved that there was room in the Indian market for a hybrid device, which combined the best of both phones and tablets. The Galaxy Tab 3 series is hoped to mark a comeback for the company in the tablet segment, after quite some time.
The South Korean giant unveiled the Galaxy Tab 3 series with three new tablets for the Indian market, and rather than experimenting with an odd screen size, this time the company has gone back to its roots and come out with a 7-inch tablet and two 8-inch tablets. We got the chance to play with the new Galaxy Tab 3 211 (7-inch) tablet. Will the new Galaxy Tab 3 211 carve a niche for itself or further muddy the already distinctly murky 7-inch tablet segment? We try to find out in our review.
Design/ Build
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 211 is built along the lines of Samsung's high-end smartphones. Out-of-the-box, the tablet looks like a blown-up version of the Samsung Galaxy SIII or Galaxy Grand smartphones. But un..

Canon 760D 7

Canon 760D

August 15, 2015 PTdrivers 3

In a move that runs the danger of confusing the market, Canon has introduced 2 upgrades to the Greek deity 700D (EOS Rebel T5i); the […]

Spice Stellar Pad (Mi-1010) review 8

Spice Stellar Pad (Mi-1010) review

February 23, 2016 PTdrivers 0

Although Spice had launched its first tablet, the MiTab as early as September 2011, it wasn't really able to get a foothold in the highly crowded Android tablets market, dominated by players like Micromax, Zync and Karbonn, amongst others. The company's sort of made a comeback with a new 10-inch tablet, which it calls, the Spice Stellar Pad (Mi-1010). The tablet with impressive specs has been priced well at Rs. 12,999 and runs Jelly Bean, the latest iteration of Android. We've been playing with the device and here's our take on the mid-economy tablet.

Hardware/ Build & design
The tablet feels solid although it's a bit on the heavier side but the weight has been distributed well. The tablet has a 10-inch screen surrounded by a black bezel on the front, and a silver back, which is made of plastic, with a matte finish. The back also sports the Spice logo, placed right at the middle, two speaker grills and the camera lens at the top. There's some branding at ..