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Huawei Honor 9 Lite full review

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Huawei Honor 9 Lite full review

Huawei’s Honor brand is slowly capturing the Indian smartphone market. And if there is an indication from the past few months, then the Chinese smartphone brand is getting aggressive with the release cycle of its phone.

The fourth phone, which was released in the last two months, is introducing the premium looking handset, Honor 9 Light, at a great price of Rs. 10,999 (for 3 GB RAM and 32 GB of storage).

The high end version (4GB RAM and 64 GB storage) which I reviewed comes in Rs. 14,999. But 90 percent of the people asked me to estimate the cost of Honor 9 Light, it kept it above Rs 20,000. This phone looks so magnificent

Like Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 One year ago, the only phone being suggested under Rs 15,000 was made, this time if you have a budget of Rs 10,000, then I would suggest you add 1,000 rupees additional and go for the Honor 9 lights .

There is nothing closer to the competition to defeat the value proposition being offered by Honor 9 Light. There’s a lot to do in this price range, with beautiful designs, respectable glasses, four cameras, an 18: 9 aspect ratios full HD + display, Android oro out of the box and more, in Honor 9 Light. Able to compete

Huawei’s Honor brand is slowly capturing the Indian smartphone market. And if there is an indication from the past few months, then the Chinese smartphone brand is getting aggressive with the release cycle of its phone.

The fourth phone, which was released in the last two months, is introducing the premium looking handset, Honor 9 Light, at a great price of Rs. 10,999 (for 3 GB RAM and 32 GB of storage).

The high end version (4GB RAM and 64 GB storage) which I reviewed comes in Rs. 14,999. But 90 percent of the people asked me to estimate the cost of Honor 9 Light, it kept it above Rs 20,000. This phone looks so magnificent

Like Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 One year ago, the only phone being suggested under Rs 15,000 was made, this time if you have a budget of Rs 10,000, then I would suggest you add 1,000 rupees additional and go for the Honor 9 lights . There is nothing closer to the competition to defeat the value proposition being offered by Honor 9 Light. There’s a lot to do in this price range, with beautiful designs, respectable glasses, four cameras, an 18: 9 aspect ratios full HD + display, Android oro out of the box and more, in Honor 9 Light. Able to compete

So let’s come directly to the review.

Build & Design: 7.5 / 10

Honor 9 Light borrows lots of design elements from their siblings. 5.65-inch, 18: 9 aspect ratios, in the sporting phones with a 2.5 de-curved display, there are thin bezelles on the right and left side. Honor branding has been seen on thin lower bezel. There are dual cameras next to the small speaker section and the proximity sensor in the top part. The Honor 9 Light comes with 2.5D glass on both the front and back, which is separated from the plastic frame. It measures approximately 7.6 mm thick.

Turn the phone around and you notice some tricks, as is the comparison with Honor 9i, 7x and even View 10. The camera bump, which was predominantly noticeable in all three phones, is not very clear (although it only arises. Millimeter from the plane on the rear side at Honor 9 Light). Circular fingerprint sensor is in the top-center part and its matte finish puts it in a glossy environment.

The glossy back stands out For all practical purposes, it resembles a mirror because it is highly reflective. While I liked the sapphire blue color variant as compared to the black and silver color variants, the blue color attracts a lot of smoothies. Unlike the Metal Back of Honor 7X, getting rid of them is easy, but it can be annoying to see a smooth smile during your daily use. Smoothie is kept neatly on the back of Honor 9 Light. So if you want to go for a sapphire blue version, keep a microfiber cloth handy at all times.

The phone has a plastic frame with round edges, which makes it look good enough. The use of plastic is understandable, and honestly, it does not really remove how good the Honor 9Light looks. While the volume rocker and the power / standby buttons are located on the right side, while the hybrid dual SIM card tray on the left hand side. The 3.5mm audio jack, a microSUS charging port and data transfer port and speaker grill sections are hosted at the bottom edge. The phone fits very well in the hand, although one-handed operation will be challenging. At 149 grams it is quite light in the grip.

Features: 7/10

Honor is continuously releasing the phone and it is difficult to keep in mind what specifications are in the phone. But thanks to the naming convention, you can at least separate the chipset that it is building. So the Honor 9 Light, like its earlier Honor 9I, has 16 nm Hyacilicon Kirin 659 chipset.

The Xiaomi Redmi 5A- Tech Reviews

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The Xiaomi Redmi 5A- Tech Reviews

10.or devices have been manufactured by Longcheer and the company claims that it has learned many things from Amazon’s customer insights and has used its learning while making devices for the Indian market.

The company launched 10.or D as part of the Amazon program for December 21, 2017, where Amazon chose “world-class manufacturers” and subjected them to many stringent quality and reliability standards. Once these manufacturers passed the tests to match Amazon’s bar for excellence, the company together with these companies made new products and brought them into the market.

The company sent us a 10.or D smartphone for review. Keeping the device in mind, it was launched at a price of Rs 4,999, it directly against the other major rival, Xiaomi Redmi 5A in the market. So, considering pricing and its specifications, is your money value 10.or D and does it manage to stand against Xiaomi’s entry-level Goliath? Dive to find out.

Construction & Design: 7/10

10.or D sticks with bare essential items that should come with the device at this price point. 10.or comes with a plastic body, in which there is a 5.2 inch glass in front of the device. Plastics have been given a metallic look on the back of the device.

Due to its 90 x 147 x 74 mm dimensions and weighing 150 grams, the smartphone looks great in hand. It does not come with any screaming part with poor quality. Instead, I was impressed with the overall quality of the material used in making the device.

It’s just a regular tool in which nothing is in the ordinary when it comes to design of the device. You will find a 5.2-inch HD display with a proximity sensor on the front of the device, the speaker grill, the front camera and the upper part of the device. The company added the volume rocker and the power button to the right of the device while the sim-tray is present on the left side of the device. MicroUSB port with microphone is placed at the bottom of the device and the 3.5mm headphone jack is present on top of the device with another hole for the microphone.

The Xiaomi Redmi 5A- Tech Reviews

Moving on the back side of the device, users will find a 13 MP camera module with an LED flash module on the right side of the camera module. 10.or D also comes with a fingerprint scanner on the back of the device which was just below the camera. Rather than adding the speaker grill to the bottom of the device, with the decision to move the manufacturer when the speaker grill is transferred to the bottom half of the device.

Features: 7.5 / 10

10. And D has a 5.2-inch HD screen IPS display panel with 1280×720 pixel resolution.

Users can get smartphones in two variants, with the first 2 GB RAM and 16 GB internal storage and the other with 3 GB RAM and 32 GB internal storage. To extend the storage up to 128 GB, both variants will come with dedicated MicroSD card slots.

Moving towards the cameras on the device, users will get a camera sensor with the f / 2.0 aperture and an LED flash module with 13 MP resolution behind the device and you will get a 5 MP camera with front / f to 2.2 front.

Longcheer also chose the Wi-Fi 802.11 b / g / n, VoLTE-enabled nano dual sim slot, Bluetooth v4.2, 3.5-mm headphone jack, MicroUSB port and connectivity option along with FM radio in it. Equipped with accelerometer, gyroscope, compass and rear-mounted fingerprint sensor on 10.or D device. Last but not least, the smartphone is powered by 3,500 mAh battery.

Display: 7/10

10.or on D, the display comes with HD resolution. Color rendering, spotlight on the brightness of the content on the screen (with its 281 ppi pixel density) and maximum 400 nits. The glow is a slight hit when you see the device with an angle, but the colors point to a relatively good viewing angle.

Due to the highly reflective glass, you may need a spot with some shade when you go out in a strong sun, if you are trying to read anything on the screen. Apart from changing the font size, there are not many options in the Display section in Device Settings.

Software: 7.5 / 10

Longshare and Amazon have opted for Stock Android 7.1.2 Nougat experience when it comes to this device. This Amazon app comes with some bloatware such as Amazon Kindle, Amazon Shopping, Prime Video and Amazon 10.10 on Care and Home Screen.

1More iBFree Sport Full Review and Description

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1More iBFree Sport Full Review and Description

We are seeing a lot of 1More earphones in our test center these days. Its single driver in-ear headphones has affected us and therefore Triple driver is in-ear. This time we got Bluetooth Earphones, 1More iBFree. So let’s see how they perform.

Construction & Design: 7/10

1MORE iBFree earphones are nothing more than watching. It comes with a standard design with a neckband style form-factor, with a standard design, in which the glossy metal finish housing driver is. It is very different with iBFree earphones, and you have to choose between red, green, blue and space gray colors. The color of the wire matches the back of the metal, which is thoughtful.

The box comes with three sets of silicon ear tips and sports grips or small, medium and large wings. I realized that the ear of the default ear came with it, was too small for the size of my ear and I quickly changed it with more fitting ear tip. This is good because I did not go to search the size of the tip of the right ear.

Like a hook, the fins hang on the ear fold to ensure that the earphones are not locked during intense workouts. It comes with the IPX4 rating, which ensures that it is water resistant, sweat and dust resistant. Both ear tips and feathers are changed.

Feathers are indicators for left and right ears and you see 1More branding based on driver. You can wear the wire behind your neck or in front of me, I liked the latter because I realized that after a point with the wire behind my neck the grip would be loose and the sluggish anger was coming. I liked Rubber Finish on the cable and the fact that it’s never confused. You also get a cable cable which is adjustable with length to adjust the slack.

The controller is simple with three-button layout. There is an LED on the top and on the side, you have a micro USB charging port.

IBFree takes about two hours to fully charge. Central button power / standby / call received and fall. It also helps to attach headphones to your phone or tablet. Volume up and down buttons also help skipping songs, although I could not do this on the iPhone.

Display: 7/10

Let’s get out of the way. It’s not an earphone for audiophiles.

I used earphones primarily on one run or when I was committing. For every second need, I had my audioTechnic headphone. I really loved about iBFree that is the isolation which provides it. Once the ear tips and the wings are completely aligned, it provides just enough isolation to ensure that you are still aware of the background traffic noise, in such a way that it does not make the music current heavy Used to be.

While listening to a podcast, I had no complaints. I was vocal crisp and listening to the locals in Mumbai, which was noisy, I had no problem with audio volume.

The music I had most heard with IFFree was my exercise music, which included several Eminem playlists, some sharp AR Rahman number, a bit of Dido and Porpine Tree. For most of these songs earphones did well and were most sensitive in turns. To hear some solo tree track like new soul buying and reach somewhere, but here the low frequency section looked quite flat and there were no nuances in the presentation. The same was true about many Pink Floyd songs, where the low frequency sounds were not only audible.

But if you are racing, you are not really paying attention to fine nuances, but just want to play your favorite music in the background. When listening to Eminem’s rap, the bass effect is not clear either. So if you are in strong Bollywood music and want the bass thump to shake you in the song, Ifre is not an earphone for you.

Vocal-heavy tracks, such as DIDO’s albums were looking lovely and I was quite happy with the total output there. Each time at one time, I used to listen to the songs of old Kishore Kumar and I did not think there was lack of ibriha anywhere, but it is not an earphone, on which I listen to the Hindustani classical music or classical orchestra, while the sound Separation There he is not impressive.

Call quality: 7.5 / 10

Call Quality was good on 1More iBFree. The person living on the other end did not have any quality to listen to me clearly. I noticed that many times, when my beard was blocking the mike area, even then the voice was running without any hitch.

Battery Life: 7.5 / 10

1More iBFree earphone took about two hours to fully charge and it gave a good 7-8 hours of good time. The extra time was strictly right because I realized that if I did not use earphones after a few days, the charge would drop dramatically. But thanks to a decent fee rate, I will not complain much about it.

Bose SoundSport Full review and Description

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Bose SoundSport Full review and Description

Bluetooth headphones look just like an unnecessary expensive feature product. When you can be subject to the noble glory of something like the BareDaynamic DT-880, then why spend 19,000 on a pair of average voice bluetooth in-year?

Despite its reservations, however, I went ahead and bought myself Bose SoundSport Wireless Set last year. My argument was simple: I travel 2-3 hours every day and the train is a big problem (they can be caught, and then cracked later) in the train. I had iPhone 8 as well and since Apple dug headphone jack, making a Bluetooth set was an easy choice.

Now I really liked SoundSport Wireless It was not the best-looking set there, but it was good enough and good to go everyday. My biggest issue with the set was that its battery life was a continuous source of frustration. The problem was not only of battery life, but it is a matter of constant concern that I went out of charge.

Did I charge my headphones before I went? Will this last me through this captivating podcast? It makes my listening experience colorful.

When Bose announced SoundSport Free, I felt very bad. The set came with a charging case – which meant that I would not have to worry about charging – and it was actually a wireless set. There were virtually no wires, not even between two earbuds.

This is the right upgrade, right? In many ways, yes. However, a serious flaw has put me completely into SoundSport Free.

Construction & Design: 7/10

In terms of build and design, freer feels more solid than its predecessor. Ear tips are very soft and Bose’s ear tips are always as comfortable. The fit is very good and the set is so comfortable that for a long time, it was easy to forget that there was something in my ears.

However, it is prudent to add that the fit is not for everyone. Those who tried to set up some of them did not get ear buds to remain anchors.

I want to add that the set is quite bulbous. Earbands stick to your ears like pop-corn and the case is so big that you can not keep it comfortably in a pocket. When they are so intuitive, then I do not feel like putting earbuds in my ears, when I was not using them, but I prefer a pocketable case for the current design of Bose.

The case doubles as a charging pod and earbuds are magnetically settled in the slots. The button that opens the case doubles as the trigger of a series of indicator lights which shows how much the case is charging. Inside the case, white LEDs will tell you when the earbuds are charging.

With the old set, the buttons are once again a painful point, but they are still improving on their predecessors. You get Connect / Power button on the left earbud and Play / Pause buttons on Volume and Right earbud. It’s fine, except for the fact that the buttons are extremely harsh.

Buttons are so stringent, in fact, that I’m ignoring them and every time I am pulling my phone out, I wanted to switch tracks or adjust the volume. This partially defeats the purpose of actually having a wireless headset in the first place.

The button on the case is equally disappointing and unless you press it hard, it usually does not open.

Display: 7/10

If you are familiar with Bose audio products and you are happy with them, then you will be happy with SoundSport Free. If you are not, you do not like them because they do not do something different in the sound department.

I found the audio quality of the set sufficiently good for non-critical hearing, when it was distracted by other things, it was good. For example, to listen to jogging or commute, it’s great. Ear tips do not separate the noise and you are quite aware of the surroundings, but it also helps to hide the set’s deficiencies in the audio department.

Although paying close attention to the audio, I noticed that the bass got bounce and the vocal would have to move slightly. Again, while jogging or traveling, you have not really noticed it, but when you get Rs 19,000 for any audio product Listening to the violin of Dmitry Sankowski is not advisable to sit comfortably in your bedroom.

Overall, I think the set creates a good balance between isolation, so that you know about your surroundings and get enough audio quality.

Talk about jogging and commuting, so I’m running with my dog ​​and with my set in my ears, Mumbai’s local trains have left. I have never felt like they have fallen out and lost. Set stubbornly hung in my ears and did not go once. I’d appreciate it.

Bose SoundSport Full review and Description

Beyerdynamic Beat BYRD In-Ear Headphones Review

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Beyerdynamic Beat BYRD In-Ear Headphones Review

Bayerdinemic is a 100 year old audio product company, which has built a reputation for itself for decades, especially among audiophiles (self-declared or otherwise).

As a fan of the company’s products themselves, when Bidyanamic offered to send a Beat Bird Review Unit, I was quite worried. Unlike most audiophile gear, this is an entry-level set of earphones that retail only for Rs 2,199.

But are they any good? Did the BareDaynamic manage somehow to squeeze the audiofile quality in this cheap? Well, they sound good after a fashion, but have to compromise.

Build and design is best described as premium instead. Earpiece housing is made of plastic, silicone and cable ear tips are rubber coated. Ear tips, at least, are very comfortable to listen for long term.

Talking about the design, one wonderful thing I saw was that the cable did not get easily attached. This is such a thing with which expensive sets are also covered.

Beyerdynamic Beat BYRD In-Ear Headphones Review

I would get a little bit of audio quality, but the one thing that rubbled me wrong was the lack of remote or mic on the board. This is 2019, everyone listens to music on their phone and I do not think there is a person who will not keep the mic / remote on the wired earphones.

It’s not that this is some fancy, high-grade audiofile set that can not be without DAC and amps, it’s a budget set with a small cable that will not be used with anything but a phone. Earphones and headset at half price include some types of mic / remote.

For me or anyone, every time my phone has to be taken out because they want to change the volume or the track? Worse, if you get a call, you should unplug the set with the phone and your ear to answer it, which is frustrating to use it specifically on the commute. This is a regressive decision that alone can not recommend this set to anyone for this reason.

If you do not care about the lack of remote / mic, then Byrd’s audio quality is quite good. It is very heavy for my taste, but the bass has more depth than I expected. For my ears, the bass is overlapping and encroachments in the mid-range and the high places are very small.

It is being said that the audio quality is not bad and it is better than the cheapest cheats I have tried. The problem is that for 2,200 bucks, you have 1more sets like single driver, which give better sound, are better built and contain a mic / remote.

Bottom line: If you like bass, you are on a budget and for whatever reason, you do not want a mic or remote, you have got the set you are looking for. Everyone else can choose just 1more single driver or OnePlus Bullets V2.

 

Beat when on-the-go with BareDayNamic Beat BRD. This pleasurable punch provides a well-balanced sound with bass. This in-year, baredinematic Zelento and Jazz legend, Charlie. Inspired by Bird Parker.

Beat BRRD has flat housing which allows it to fit naturally in your ears while being comfortable. Keeping the cable noise away, its flexible cable is durable for the adventures of all life.

PS: Beyerdynamic Beat BYRD does not come with a mic and remote. (But it comes with Maxwell-HP 22 Mike Adapter of maximum 249 / -)