Best Phones not made in China in all Budgets

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China is the ultimate manufacturing hub for smartphones. Most of the smartphone brands today are owned by Chinese brands. Those brands which are not owned by the Chinese, manufacture their devices in China.  With their high manufacturing capacity and low wages, the Chinese could make affordable smartphones on a larger scale compared to other countries. Leading smartphone manufacturer Samsung stopped their Chinese production facilities in 2019, because of a drop in their market share in China. Here, we have compiled a list of the best phones not made in China, in budgets ranging from Rs. 10000 to Rs. 130000. Our non-Chinese mobile brand list has the best smartphones that are made outside China.

Best phones not made in China under 10000 INR ($135)

Samsung Galaxy M02 – (Made in India)

Samsung Galaxy M02





Processor Media Tek MT6739 Quad-Core Processor
OS Android 10
Display 6.5-inch PLS TFT LCD – infinity V-cut display
Storage 32 GB
Camera Front 5 MP
Camera Rear 13MP + 2MP
Battery 5000 mAh
Price      Price @ AMAZON

One of the cheapest smartphones available in the market, M01 Core is one of the best non-Chinese Android phones  under 6000.  This made-in-India Samsung smartphone is always worth going for. Great Value for Money! Samsung has recently launched the Samsung Galaxy M02For detailed review click here



Best phones not made in china under 20000 INR($270)

Samsung M31s – (Made in India)


Samsung Galaxy M31s


Processor Exynos 9611 Octacore Processor
OS Android 10
Display 6.4 inch Super AMOLED FHD Display
Storage 128 GB
Camera Front 32MP
Camera Rear 64MP + 8MP + 5MP + 5MP
Battery 6000 mAH





Samsung Galaxy M31s was launched in July 2020. M31s is sturdily built and has simple good looks. The device has a 6000 mAH which is one of the most powerful in the market,  which lasts for 2 days even for heavy users. The 25w Fast Charger takes an hour to charge it up fully. M31s is powered by  Exynos 9611 Octacore Processor is Super efficient. High-end games can be played without any lags. Galaxy M31s runs on One UI2.1 with Android 10. The memory comprises 6GB RAM and 128 GB ROM. The Quad Camera Set up at the rear consists of a 64 MP Primary Camera(f/1.8), a 12 MP Ultrawide Camera, a 5MP Macro Camera, and a 5 MP depth sensor. The selfie camera is 32 MP. M31s is one of the best non Chinese smartphones under 20000 available in 2021.


Best phones not made in China under 30000 INR($400)


  1. Samsung Galaxy M51 ( Made in India)

Samsung Galaxy M51



Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G
OS Android 10
Display 6.7 inch AMOLED Plus
Storage 128 GB
Camera Front 32 MP
Camera Rear 64 MP + 12MP + 5MP + 5MP
Battery 7000 mAh
Price  Price @ AMAZON Price @ TATA CLIQ




M51, nicknamed the “Meanest Monster’ and rightly so,  is worth every Rupee spent. It is arguably the best non Chinese smartphone under 25000.  However, this is a bulky smartphone, thanks to the whopping 7000 mAh Battery and a 6.7-inch display. Even though sturdily built, It is advisable to buy a good quality protective cover along with the phone to prevent damage due to accidental falls. Lastly. It has a Gorilla Glass 3 covering on the display and a ‘Glasstic’ body at the back. For Review & Verdict Click here.  



2. Samsung A51 (Made in India)


Samsung Galaxy A51







Processor Exynos 9611 Octacore Processor
OS Android 10
Display 6.5 inch Super AMOLED FHD Display
Storage 128 GB
Camera Front 32MP
Camera Rear 48MP + 12 MP + 5MP + 5MP
Battery 4000 mAH
Price Buy @ AMAZON



Best phones not made in China  under 40000 INR($530)


LG Velvet (Made in South Korea)


LG Velvet smartphone






Processor Snapdragon 845 Octa-core Processor
OS Android 10. Upgradable to Android 11
Display 6.8-inch P-OLED FHD + Display
Storage 128 GB
Camera Front 16MP
Camera Rear 48MP + 8MP + 5 MP
Battery 4300 mAH
Price Buy @ AMAZON

LG Velvet, released in October 2020 is a cute-looking phone with typical LG features : thin, light,  slim, and easy to hold. The device is powered by a Snapdragon 845 Octacore Processor. The processor delivers a decent performance though some lags can be seen while playing high-end games. LG Velvet’s memory comprises 6 GB RAM and 128 GB internal storage.LG Velvet has a 6.8-inch P-OLED display with a 60 Hz refresh rate. The 4300 mAH Battery is efficient and lasts for a day and a half for Normal Users. The battery charging time is one and a half hours to reach 100%. LG Velvet has a triple camera set up at the rear. The camera setup consists of a 48MP Primary Camera, an 8 MP Ultrawide camera, and a 5MP depth sensor. An awesome nonchinese made smartphone under 70000.


Best phones not made in China under 70000 INR($930)


Google Pixel 5 (Made in Taiwan)



Google Pixel 5





Processor Snapdragon 765 5G
OS Android 11
Display 6 inch OLED 90 Hz HDR 10
Storage 128 GB
Camera Front 8MP
Camera Rear 12MP + 16MP
Battery 4080 maH
Price Buy @ AMAZON


Google Pixel5, an awesomely built smartphone was launched in India on 30th September 2020. The phone excels in every department. The dimensions of 114.7 mm X 70.4 mm X 8 mm and a weight of 151g make this phone extremely handy. The ‘grip’ like body gives it a sophisticated look. The device is powered by Snapdragon 765 5G Processor. Pixel 5 has a 6 inch OLED Display with a resolution of 1080 X 2340 with a  90 Hz refresh rate  The memory comprises 8 GB RAM and 128 GB of internal memory. The 4080 mAH Battery can last for a day. It takes a little more than an hour to fully charge the battery. The reverse charging facility is a great feature. Google Pixel has a two Camera set up at the rear and an 8MP Selfie Camera. The Cameras, even though with fewer megapixels offer excellent pictures both in daylight and low light.


Best  Smartphones not made in China under 80000 INR($1000)


1. LG Wing (Made in South Korea)



LG Wing smartphone







Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 5G
OS Android 10
Display 6.8 inch FHD+ OLED
Storage 128 GB
Camera Front 32MP
Camera Rear 64MP + 13MP + 12MP
Battery 4000 mAh
Price  Price @ AMAZON


  The LG Wing’s rotating display is a marvel of engineering. Its T-shaped two-screen layout makes it the ultimate phone for multitaskers. For detailed reviews click here



2. Samsung Galaxy Note 20 (Made in India)


samsung galaxy note 20







Processor Exynos 990 octa-core 
OS Android 10
Display 6.7-inch FHD+ dynamic AMOLED
Storage 256GB
Camera Front 10MP
Camera Rear 64+12+12MP
Battery 4300 mAh
Price  Price @ AMAZON Price @ TATA CLIQ


Samsung Galaxy Note 20 is powered by a 2.4GHz octa-core Exynos 990 processor. It is powered by a 4300mAh battery with Wireless Charging. 8GB RAM is impressive so is the 256GB Storage. S Pen is a handy tool. The camera provides awesome pictures   Samsung Galaxy Note 20 is powered by a 2.4GHz octa-core Samsung Exynos 990 processor.    Note 20 has an efficient  2400 X 1800 AMOLED display. For reviews and verdicts click here


Best  Smartphones not made in China under 90000 INR($1200)

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra (Made in India



Samsung Galaxy S20 ultra






Processor Exynos 990 Soc
OS Android 10
Display 6.9 inch Dynamic AMOLED
Storage 128 GB
Camera Front  40MP
Camera Rear 12MP + 108MP + 48MP + Depth Camera
Battery 5000 mAh
Price  Price @ AMAZON Price @ TATA CLIQ


 Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra is a sturdily built, large smartphone, thanks to its 6.9-inch display.  S20 Ultra’s cameras are one of the best available in the markets. The back panel is made of glass. For review and verdict click here



Best  Smartphones not made in China under 120000 INR($ 1600)


1. Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra (Made in Bangladesh)


Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G







Processor  Exynos 2100 Octa Core
OS Android 10
Display 6.8-inch Dynamic AMOLED 2X
Storage 256 GB
Camera Front 40MP
Camera Rear 108MP + 12MP + 10MP + 10MP
Battery 5000 mAh

Price @ AMAZON























Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra is one of the best smartphones unveiled by Samsung from the superhit S series. Its sleek design and matte finish together give the Galaxy S21 Ultra a posh look. The Galaxy S21 Ultra is powered by Exynos 2100 Octa-core processor. It has a  6.8-inch Dynamic AMOLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate. The  5000mAh battery can easily last for a day. For review and verdict click here.



2. Samsung Note 20 Ultra (Made in India / Bangladesh / Vietnam)



Samsung Galaxy Note 20  Ultra 5G






Processor Exynos 990 octa-core
OS Android 10
Display 6.9 inch Dynamic AMOLED
Storage 256 GB
Camera Front 40MP
Camera Rear 108MP + 12MP + 12MP
Battery 4500 mAh
Price  Price @ AMAZON Price @ TATA CLIQ


Samsung Galaxy  Note 20 Ultra is arguably one of the best mobile phones of 2021, released in 2020. It has an exceptional build quality and supports 5G. A phone so powerful, you will never feel a lag when playing all those high-end games. All those factors you are looking for while buying a mobile phone,  S20  has them all. Note 20 has an Exynos 990 Octa-core processor, a 6.9 inch Dynamic AMOLED Display. For review and verdict, click here.





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Will Corona Virus spread through Mobile Phones?


Why Sony’s PlayStation 5 having shortage in India ?

Sony PlayStation 5

PlayStation 5 had their ‘PS5 Pre Order India’ booking live in various online stores from 12:00 pm on 17th May 2021.  The Pre Order stocks were sold out within minutes. Thousands of PS5 enthusiasts were eagerly waiting for this day since February 2, 2021, the PS5 Launch date in India. . On that day,  stocks were sold out in 3 minutes flat.   The Demand supply ratio then was approximately 2000. Many PS5 fans in India since then were enquiring with Sony about the possible relaunch/restock. PS5 . The PS5 Price in India on Launch date was R. 49990/-

Sony Play Station 5


 . Sony PS5’s launch in India was originally planned for November 2020 but got delayed due to high demand in other places like the US and the Middle East. PS5’s US launch was on November 12th, 2020. Due to its high demand, many buyers got their devices from abroad especially the Middle East, since PS5s are easily available there. 

Why this shortage of PS5 in India?

The non availability of Sony PlayStation 5 could be attributed to the following reasons:

Covid Pandemic has slowed down the PS5 Production.

Due to Lockdown and other covid restrictions, the production deadlines went haywire. Now after the decline in covid cases, production is expected to pick up.

Bulk buying  and reselling

Bulk Buyers use Bots to order large numbers and they later resell at a higher price. Bots are special software that alerts the buyer as soon as the online stores stock up the products. This prevents regular customers from getting their piece.

Sony preferred to restock PS5 in other countries, where they launched it earlier.

PS5 was launched in the US and other countries in November 2020. The high demand from these countries forced sony to re supply to those places. thereby impacting the India Sales.


Sony Play Station 5


When will be the next supply of PS5 India?

No one knows. So far no official confirmation from Sony. With the decline in Covid cases, the production is expected to pick up which is good news for PS5’s Indian Buyers.


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Is it worth to drill a hole on an Apple AirTag?

Apple AirTag

Apple AirTag is the Latest  Gadget from the US Tech giant which has taken the tech world by storm. This device helps in tracking your valuables by using an iPhone.  The AirTag needs to be fixed to your bag /backpack, With the use of an iPhone, it will guide you to the exact location where your bag/ valuables are kept.











To do the tracking one should have iOS 14.5 in your iPhone. Hence only iPhone 11 and subsequent higher models can be used.


How to fix the Apple AirTag to your Items


AirTag Accessories


AirTag comes with its Apple’s brand of accessories that can be used to attach it on backpacks, wallets, suitcases, etc. But the accessories cost quite a lot compared to the price of the AirTag. For example Apple’s AirTag Leather Key Ring costs around Rs. 3590/. Unlike other tags in the market,  which have predrilled holes, AirTag does not come with a predrilled hole. Because of that AirTags cannot be tagged with cheaper key chains or tags to the baggage/backpacks.

Is it worth drilling a hole on a AirTag?

According to iFixit, it is possible to drill a hole on the AirTag which will help you use your own key chain or Tags. Is it advisable to do so? I would say NO. There is every chance that one will damage the gadget, as the drilling has to be precise and the hole, very small. Even if you manage to save the AirTag from damage, you will be avoiding the warranty forever.

There are cheaper accessories (holding devices) from Spigen which costs around Rs. 1000/-. The quality is decent and the price worth it.

Finally, for Android users,  there is Tile,  a competitor for Apple’s AirTag, This can be used with Tile App, and comes  with a predrilled hole

Will Corona Virus spread through Mobile Phones?

Mobile Phones and Corona Virus

Most of the countries around the world are now grappling with the second wave of coronavirus. Reports say the second wave is far more dangerous and spreads faster. With a high number of Mobile Phones in use and the amount of time spent on Mobile Phones Let us check out whether  Mobile Phones will play the role of a  super spreader?




Mobile Phone




Unlike Door Knobs, Lift Buttons, etc, Mobile phones are sanitized rarely by us. Still, there are no other devices/items that are constantly touched by human beings like mobile phones. Even Health care workers use Mobile Phones. People using smartphones, completely unaware of their surroundings, is a common sight in Hospital Reception areas, especially while waiting for Covid Vaccines, What If someone accidentally touches the chairs, armrests, etc. where there might be a presence of Virus?



Mobile Phone

If coronavirus spreads, as the experts say, through doorknobs, and other frequently touched objects, then definitely it can spread through mobile phones. But for some reason, we tend to believe that Mobile Phone is not a virus spreader. Although there is no concrete evidence to suggest that, it is strongly advised to exercise caution while using Mobile Phones. in public places.




Health worker with mobile




WHO studies show that this virus can survive a long time on plastic surfaces. One should take the following precautions while using Mobile Phones in Public Places

  • Avoid, If not possible minimize Mobile Phone usage in Public Places.
  • Always carry a pocket sanitizer and immediately disinfects the Mobile Phone after each usage. Don’t wait till you reach home.
  • A washable Mobile cover is a good accessory.

Let us not take any more chances!

Why LG will not be making smartphones anymore?

LG has made a lot of prominent smartphones that had revolutionized the smartphone industry. For example, LG G3 when launched, was one of the most popular smartphones.. LG used to incorporate new innovations in their Models which sometimes stunned their rivals. Still they could not get enough foothold in the highly competitive and highly lucrative smartphone market. Even with so many innovations to their credit, their market share was far behind their popular Korean competitor, Samsung.


LG had a lot of innovations to their credit. Some of them worked and some failed. Following are some of the LG Innovations

LG V60


One of the LG  smartphone innovations was like laying out 2 screens on a smartphone, which then was a stunner.


The LG Prada in March 2007 was the 1st smartphone to have a capacitive touchscreen. Literally, most smartphones nowadays have a capacitive touchscreen. So it was clear that the innovation of capacitive touchscreen by LG changed the smartphone world today.


LG Prada




LG Optimus 2X was the 1st smartphone in 2010 to have a dual-core processor and 1080p video recording.


LG Optimus 2x



The very next year, LG released their Optimus 3D which was actually the first smartphone to have 2 rear cameras.


LG Optimus 3D



LG even released their Optimus 4x which was the first smartphone to have a Quad-core Processor.


LG Optimus 4x



In September 2013, LG G2 was the very first smartphone to have a “double-tap to wake” function. Most smartphones nowadays have this feature. LG referred to this as the “Knock Knock” feature.





LG’s first mass-produced smartphone with QHD Display was the LG G3.





LG V10 was the first dual-screen smartphone with a secondary screen above the display. But this idea didn’t work out as though as it would and so it failed.


LG V10



LG V40 was the first smartphone to have 3 rear cameras, an ultrawide, standard, and telephoto camera.



LG V40



LG’s most perfect smartphone, the G8, was on the line for a few years until it got outdated. The reasons it was the most perfect smartphone are


  • Solid phone
  • High-end chip ( When it was released in 2019 )
  • No Camera Bump
  • Had Headphone Jack
  • Had slot for Expandable storage
  • Decent Battery life
  • Had Vein Id



In spite of all these innovations, LG failed. why?

One of the main issues was marketing. LG knew how to make excellent smartphones but was found wanting in marketing them. Their choice of long and unattractive names for their smartphones like LG V60 ThinQ 5G, did not go well with their clients. The short names would have enhanced the smartphone’s appeal.

LG was introducing new ideas that sometimes took for granted by the smartphone community. There were some features like the mini display on top of the LG V10 and V20,  that didn’t go well with customers. The self-healing back panel of the LG G Flex was really cool, but we don’t see them anymore. LG tried curved phones that fit in the hands very well and gave a perfect view from the eyes to the display. which didn’t last either. The G5, the modular phone in which we could interchange the batteries, was so cool and handy. But a year later, LG stopped producing their batteries and hence flipped their complete ecosystem.


LG G8 had an IR sensor next to its front camera for reading its veins in your hand and it barely worked. They were also having a bad record for delivering software updates to their phones.


Some of the LG Models lagged in basic features, for example, LG V 60 had a 60 Hz refresh rate display when all their competitors had 90 Hz or more refresh rate.  . Even LG Wing, a premium smartphone worth Rs. 60000 had a  Snapdragon 765 Processor, at a time when its competitors had more advanced processors.



Another reason why LG Phones died early is that they took really big risks. They tried all the new ideas and inventions in smartphones that they could and some of those really changed the smartphone industry but many failed, unlike some manufacturers who, make money making flagship models without taking many risks.


LG, when announced that they are shutting down their phone industry, said that it was their strategic decision to exit the mobile phone sector and to concentrate on other resources such as Connected devices, Artificial Intelligence, etc. They still manufacture a bunch of other things such as Monitors, TVs, Appliances, etc. This just helps them to focus more on other things that will grow more and eventually increase their market shares.


Good Bye,  LG Smartphones!


Best Mobile Phone of 2021

The past 6 months saw Mobile phone brands launching new models armed with state-of-the-art features. The breathtaking inventions include a dual rotating display as in the case of LG Wing, Foldable Display with Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2. Both these models exhibit futuristic design trends, With leading brands pumping in millions we can expect more such great inventions in the near future so are they the best smartphones in the world right now? No.




The title of the world’s best smartphone available right now should go to the latest smartphone from the  Samsung’s flagship  S Series, the S21 Ultra 5G. S21 Ultra 5G smartphone excels in all departments:  the design, & performance in particular. Samsung has done remarkable research in enhancing its looks,



s21 camera



The dust and scratch resistance body is covered with the newly develped corning victus gorilla glass The 6.8 inch AMOLED Display with 120Hz refresh rate is just awesome and is the best display available right now in the market, The 5000 mAh battery, and the Quad Camera set up with 108MP Main with 10X Zoom are miles ahead of the competition,



S21 processor

No doubt Samsung S21 Ultra 5G is the best smartphone available in the world right now..The only drawback is its price. Will Samsung do something about it?

Top factors to consider before buying a smartphone.

Buying a smartphone was a  simple process in earlier times. Mostly price, appearance, camera, etc were the prime factors one considered before purchasing a smartphone. Well, times have changed. What are the necessary criteria for buying a smartphone in 2021? More features are added to the smartphone on a regular basis aimed at improving the user experience.  Leading brands are investing in new features and upgrading existing features.    We have compiled a list of top factors to consider before buying a smartphone. We hope this smartphone buying guide will help you choose your smartphone.

7 Top factors to consider before buying a smartphone

  • Price

  • Operating System

  • Processor

  • Display

  • Battery

  • Memory

  • Camera

 Price –  Factor #1


Money - important factors to consider before buying a smartphone.


One of the most important factors to consider before buying a smartphone is Economics. One has to set aside a budget for your favorite phone. Smartphones are available in India in a wide range starting from   Rs, 4999 to Rs.1.5 Lakhs. 

Most of the premium features are now available in mid-range phones. Hence it is a good idea to go for a mid-range phone. Mid-range phones come in the range of  Rs. 18000 – Rs. 25000

Operating System –  Factor #2


Android 11 Operating System for a smartphone




iOS Operating System for Smartphone


Operating systems, are the software for running the smartphone. The most prominent  Operating Systems currently in use are Android and iOS.  Android is an open-source operating system owned by Google. It is the most popular of the two. iOS are used in Apple products only. Operating System has different versions.  Android 8.0(Oreo). Android 9.0(Pie) Android 10.0,  etc are the Android versions. The latest Android version is  Android 11.

Processor – Factor #3

One of the most important factors in buying decision of a smartphone has to be its processor.  Smartphone  A Processor is a set of logic Circuits integrated onto a single chip,  Its role is to execute all the input commands and calculations.  The Processor communicates with all the other components and executes the required tasks. An efficient processor is required for the smoother performance of all smartphone components like camera, display, etc.

Qualcomm Snapdragon Processor - Processor as an important factor before buying a smartphone

Various types of the processor are available in the market. The most important amongst them are:

  • Qualcomm Snapdragon
  • Samsung Exynos 2100
  • Apple A14 Bionic
  • Mediatek

Choosing a processor depends upon what type of user you are.  If you are a heavy user, a Movie Buff, or a gamer you should go for a smartphone with Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G or higher.  If you are a normal smartphone user, a Mediatech Helio P35 SoC processor should be fine for you.

Display -Factor #4


 Mobile phone Display


The displays are the most expensive part of a phone and the one which is more susceptible to accidental damage. It also enhances the appearance of the phone. Basically, there are two types: 


  • Thin Film Transistor Technology LCD  – TFT LCD                                      
  • In-Place Switching LCD  – IPS LCD                                                         


  • Organic Light-Emitting Diode  –  OLED
  •  Active Matrix Organic Light Emitting Diode   — AMOLED
  • Super AMOLED

AMOLED (Active Matrix Organic Light Emitting Diode) Displays are the commonly used displays. They are the best when it comes to high contrast and color quality. Studies show they cause less strain to the eyes compared to others.

Refresh rate is the number of times the display refreshes every second, Its unit is Hertz (Hz). For a normal user, 60-90 Hz is enough. For gamers and people using high graphics video editing, 120 Hz is preferred, though it drains the battery quickly.

Super AMOLED Displays found in premium segment smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy S21. They are very efficient, provides an amazing viewing experience, and give richer color clarity. Some of the smartphones that have SUPER AMOLED Displays are Realme 8 PRO, Samsung Galaxy M42, Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra, etc


Battery – Factor #5

Smartphone Battery -'7 important things to be considered before buying a smart phone'

Battery efficiency is akin to the fuel efficiency of a car. With the invention of high-end games like PUBG, Call of Duty Mobile, the role of a smartphone battery has gained prominence. The battery capacity is measured in mAH. Higher the mAH longer is the battery life, which in turn increases the weight and bulkiness of the phone. For example, Samsung M51 has a 7000 mAH Battery and it lasts for full 2 days and it is one of the heaviest phones in the market (213 g).  More advanced Battery chargers are in the market, like Superfast chargers, wireless chargers, etc. Charging a Battery nowadays takes less than an hour, On average, a fully charged battery lasts for more than a day.

The most common types of batteries used in mobiles are Lithium-Ion Battery and the Lithium-Polymer Battery.   Li-ion Batteries are more popular with smartphone manufacturers as they are less expensive.  .  The choice of a battery depends on the type of user.  but It is better to go for batteries having a higher capacity than 4000mAh. Read: Tips to increase your smartphone battery life.

Memory – Factor #6 

Smartphone Memory plays an important role in the performance efficiency of a phone. It is one of the important factors to consider before buying a smartphone.

'7 important things to be considered before buying a smart phone' - smartphone memory



smartphone memory - Important factor before buying a smartphone


Memories are classified into RAM(Random Access Memory) and ROM(Read-only Memory). RAM holds data for a shorter period of time. Hence a loss of power will not save its data.  ROM is the internal storage of your smartphone. It stores data for the long term.  With higher  RAM,  the phone runs smoother and multitasking becomes effortless.  Higher  ROM means the smartphone stores more data.  A 4GB  RAM with 64GB Storage is comfortable for most users (Redmi Note 9 Pro). As we go higher with the RAM and storage,  smartphones tend to get expensive. Premium phones have 12 GB RAM and 256 GB storage. 

Camera –   Factor # 7




Quad camera - One of the important factors to consider before buying a smartphone






Quad camera - One of the important factors to consider before buying a smartphone



One of the most important factors that people look into before buying a smartphone is the Camera.  Nowadays smartphones are coming with a triple &  quad-camera (4 cameras)  Basically, a quad-camera set up consists of a Primary Camera,  an ultra-wide camera, a telephoto, and a depth sensor, 

An ultra-wide camera takes wider canvas Landscape pictures without side distortions. Telephoto Lens Camera functions in extreme close-up situations to capture pictures in portrait mode. It helps in giving prominence to the pictures in focus, The depth sensor is for measuring the depth or thickness of an object( 3D effect)

 Unless you are a photography freak, a 32 MP Selfie Camera with a 64MP Rear Camera is perfectly fine.


These are the important things one should consider before buying a mobile phone.  We hope these tips will help you choose your mobile phone.


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Tips to increase Smartphone Battery Life.


Smartphone Battery


As we all know more Smartphones are releasing their latest models with powerful batteries. In the earlier days, the camera and to some extent the processor, were the primary focus or concern for the customers while choosing a smartphone. With the availability of high graphics games and videos, the Display and battery were added to the list. Spending more time on social media and playing movies/videos has put an immense load on the batteries. Smartphone manufacturers are rushing to make more capacity batteries and batteries have become one of the primary factors while buying a phone. Recent smartphones have Built-in Battery that lasts longer and are less bulky. The efficiency of Batteries over the years has increased many folds. Li-Ion batteries are the most common types of batteries used in a Smartphone. The other type is Lithium-Polymer Batteries. Since Lithium-ion batteries have a much larger capacity than Lithium-Polymer batteries, they are preferred in devices that have higher current requirements. Prices of  Lithium-Ion Batteries are more expensive than Lithium Polymer Batteries.

Factors affecting Battery life. How to Prolong it?


Firstly, one should know what are the factors that cause the quick depletion of a Smartphone Battery.   There is a popular belief that watching movies/videos are the main cause of quick battery drain. Yes, it is, but there are other factors affecting the battery which we can control. Let us check it out.


  • Unstable wi-fi Signal
  • Background Apps
  • Vibration Mode
  • High Screen Brightness
  • Power Saving Mode

Unstable wi-fi Signal 

A stable Wi-Fi signal is better for your battery than mobile data.  But in many places, you could experience an unstable or weak wi-fi signal. When your smartphone searches for a weak wi-fi signal, its battery drains quickly. If possible, DISABLE the wifi Signal and switch on mobile data in such areas.   If this happens at your home you may upgrade your Router.

Background Apps

It is better to disable those   Background Apps which you do not require. This definitely will prolong your Battery Life.


Vibration Mode

Use the vibration mode sparingly. The vibration mode exerts a high load on your Battery.


High  Screen Brightness 

Smartphone memory.


The screen brightness can be adjusted on your Smartphone. Unless there is any special requirement, always use 50 percent of the brightness. Always keep the screen brightness setting in Auto mode.


Power Saving Mode  


power saving mode of a smartphone


Most Smart Phone brands have an option called Battery Saving Mode. Once this option is switched on the phone works in a certain way as preset by the manufacturer and this prolongs the Battery life.   


Following the above guidelines will help you prolong your smartphone battery life.



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