Mr. Phone https://themrphone.com/tech Latest Tech News, Reviews and Tech Advice Thu, 09 Jul 2020 15:21:56 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.8.8 OnePlus Nord renders leaked in all its glory by Evan Blass  https://themrphone.com/tech/oneplus-nord-renders?utm_medium=Feed&utm_source=Syndication https://themrphone.com/tech/oneplus-nord-renders#comments Thu, 09 Jul 2020 12:10:45 +0000 https://themrphone.com/tech/?p=93880 OnePlus Nord - Feature Image-3OnePlus is all set to unveil its next smartphone and the hype is unparalleled. The “New Beginnings” from OnePlus alludes to the legacy started by the OnePlus One. The July 21st launch has preceded by many build ups leading to the event. It started with...

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OnePlus is all set to unveil its next smartphone and the hype is unparalleled. The “New Beginnings” from OnePlus alludes to the legacy started by the OnePlus One. The July 21st launch has preceded by many build ups leading to the event. It started with a private Instagram account, then a four-part documentary, and finally the announcement of the world’s first AR smartphone launch. 

Disclaimer: We have a Publisher membership to EVLeaks on Patreon, so don’t reuse these pictures without his permission. 

Now if I can steer your attention to the images above, you’ll see the OnePlus Nord. Yup, it has been leaked once again ladies and gentleman. And yes, Evan Blass, the world’s most popular and credible leakster, has shared the high-res images on his subscription-based service for publishers. 

OnePlus Nord – Renders have arrived

Looking at the renders, there are certain things that can be said about the OnePlus Nord. Starting with the front side, the new OnePlus phone will launch with a dual punch-hole selfie camera setup, which will be a first for the brand. It will reportedly have a narrow, side and top, bezels. 

On the left-hand side, there is a volume rocker key, and on the right-hand side, you’ll get a power button and the famous alert slider. It is likely that OnePlus will introduce a side-mounted fingerprint sensor on the Nord, again a first for the brand. On the rear, you can see the quad rear cameras in a vertical setup. It will be ably supported by dual-LED flash for photography in low light conditions. Admittedly, the design looks very similar to Realme phones. 

Update: As noted above, we stated that OnePlus Nord might come up with a side-mounted fingerprint sensor. But seeing how it is confirmed to arrive with an AMOLED display, we may get an in-display fingerprint sensor after all. 

The renders that we see have the silicon cases put on top of the device. Looks like OnePlus is going to introduce vibrant colour pattern design for its case lineup for the Nord. Also, we expect a stereo speaker system, alongside the type-C port and possibly a hybrid slim slot at the bottom. 

OnePlus Nord – Confirmed Specifications

So far, OnePlus has confirmed that its new phone will be housing Qualcomm’s most powerful mid-range chipset, the Snapdragon 765G. It should ideally be the first phone in India to sport this processor. Further, it has been teased on the company’s website that Nord will have an AMOLED display and a flagship camera with OIS support. OnePlus Nord will apparently include a 48MP primary camera sensor, an 8MP wide-angle shooter, a 5MP macro camera, and a 2MP portrait lens.  In addition, you will get a 32MP/8MP dual camera setup on the front. 

OnePlus Nord – Specifications Leaked

Listed as Avicii Specifications, this leak comes from Evan Blass, which sheds light on the detailed specifications of what could be OnePlus Nord. The presentation slide is said to be from Nord training. The device image seems to be a placeholder and not the actual representation of the phone design. 

Speaking of the details, the phone is listed to sport a 6.44-inch 90Hz Fluid AMOLED display with FHD+ resolution and 20:9 aspect ratio. It will come in two RAM variants, 8GB and 12GB. Just as RAM, expect two storage variants as well, 128GB and 256GB. There will be three colours available for OnePlus Nord, Blue Marble, Gray Onyx, Gray Ash. As far as the biometric security is concerned, it will have face recognition and a fingerprint sensor on the display.

Here’s what camera setup will include, a 48MP Sony IMX586, 8MP ultra-wide, 5MP depth, and 2MP macro lens. On the front, it will have a dual selfie setup, 32MP + 8MP (wide-angle lens). All this will be powered by a 4155 mAh battery with Warp 30T charging. Some of the features company highlights include NFC, Bluetooth 5.1, CINE Aspect ratio video, Wi-Fi 2×2 MIMO, and Linear Motor Vibration. 

What do you guys think about the “New Beginnings” journey of OnePlus? Share your feedback in the comments below or reach out to us on Twitter, or Instagram at @themrphone. We also have a Telegram channel if you’d like to be part of discussions. 

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PLAYGO T44 TWS earbuds with up to 20 hours of battery life launched in India at Rs 2,999  https://themrphone.com/tech/playgo-t44-tws?utm_medium=Feed&utm_source=Syndication https://themrphone.com/tech/playgo-t44-tws#respond Thu, 09 Jul 2020 10:12:44 +0000 https://themrphone.com/tech/?p=93869 PLAYGO T44 TWS - Feature ImagePLAY, a Gurgaon based technology company has launched its latest audio product in India. After introducing the wireless Bluetooth earphones last year, the brand has jumped on a bandwagon of TWS earbuds. The new PLAYGO T44 earbuds are priced at Rs 2,999 and will be...

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PLAY, a Gurgaon based technology company has launched its latest audio product in India. After introducing the wireless Bluetooth earphones last year, the brand has jumped on a bandwagon of TWS earbuds. The new PLAYGO T44 earbuds are priced at Rs 2,999 and will be available for purchase starting July 14 on the company’s website and Amazon India. Let’s talk about the features of the new PLAYGO T44 TWS earbuds. 

PLAYGO T44 TWS – Specifications 

Equipped with a 10mm driver on each earbuds, the company teases that they offer loud audio experience. As far as the weighs are concerned, they are lightweight at 3.5 grams of each pod. The brand also reports the design attribute as they are made for all-day comfort. While we are talking about the design, let’s talk about durability. It comes with an IPX4 rating, which means it offers sweatproof protection. 

Speaking about the battery life, it offers up to 20 hours of playback with the charging case. The pods on their own can last up to 4 hours in a single charge. The battery charging case takes up to 2 hours to get charged from zero to full, it comes with Type-C port, which has become standard lately. 

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There are touch controls, which helps you navigate through the functions like play/pause music, attend/reject calls, and more. It has a low latency mode, which makes sure you have the best experience when playing games or watching movies. As far as the call experience is concerned, the company ensures it offers echo cancellation, and have implemented noise reduction schemes, which tends to improve the voice calls through the Pods. 

Another interesting feature that you should know about is the Auto pairing, it automatically connects with your paired device. You don’t have to head to the Bluetooth setting to connect it every time you want to listen in a call or music. That’s so convenient, isn’t it? 

What do you guys think about the new PLAYGO T44 earbuds? Will you consider buying them? Let’s connect in the comments section below or you could drop the feedback on our twitter and Instagram handles, @themrphone.   

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Dell XPS 13 and XPS 15 with 4K UHD infinity edge displays launched in India https://themrphone.com/tech/dell-xps-13-and-xps-15?utm_medium=Feed&utm_source=Syndication https://themrphone.com/tech/dell-xps-13-and-xps-15#respond Wed, 08 Jul 2020 12:10:11 +0000 https://themrphone.com/tech/?p=93852 dell xps 13 and 15 featured imageDell Technologies has introduced 2 new members in the XPS family. The new Dell XPS 13 and XPS 15 have launched in India. Both these high-end laptops feature the Infinity Edge display with a 16:10 aspect ratio. Both models are designed using premium carbon fiber...

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Dell Technologies has introduced 2 new members in the XPS family. The new Dell XPS 13 and XPS 15 have launched in India. Both these high-end laptops feature the Infinity Edge display with a 16:10 aspect ratio. Both models are designed using premium carbon fiber materials. They are available for sale on Amazon and at select Dell Exclusive stores. 

Dell XPS 13 (9300) Features 

The Dell XPS 13 features a 13.4-inch in an 11-inch form factor. This 4-sided Infinity Edge display offers 91.5% screen to body ratio. This display supports 100% sRGB colour gamut and has 500 nits brightness. In terms of battery life, the company promises 18 hours 49 minutes of runtime on an FHD+ and 10 hours 16 minutes on 4K resolution. This time Dell has included Corning Gorilla Glass protection for enhanced durability. The XPS 13 (9300) will be available in two colours – Platinum Silver with Black Carbon Fibre palm rest and Frost with arctic white woven glass fiber palm rest. 

Dell XPS 15 (9500) Features 

The elder sibling Dell XPS 15 (9500) has a 15.6-inch display with 92.9% screen to body ratio. You get the same 100% sRGB colour gamut on this display. It also comes with support for Dolby Vision. The audio department has been taken care of by Waves Nx for an immersive 3D audio experience. The XPS 15 9500 runs on the latest 10th gen Intel processors. For graphics, you get the option to choose up to NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti for photo and video editing. This variant will be available in Platinum Silver with Black Carbon Fibre palm rest. 

Both the Dell XPS 13 and XPS 15 come with support for Eyesafe® display technology. This will help to reduce blue light and maintain vivid colour output. The Dell XPS 13 starts at Rs.1,44,807 and the XPS 15 starts at 1,86,072. It will be available for sale starting today.  

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Moto G 5G Plus with Snapdragon 765 SoC and quad rear cameras launched at Rs 29,999 approximately  https://themrphone.com/tech/moto-g-5g-plus-details?utm_medium=Feed&utm_source=Syndication https://themrphone.com/tech/moto-g-5g-plus-details#comments Wed, 08 Jul 2020 07:43:33 +0000 https://themrphone.com/tech/?p=93843 Moto G 5G Plus - Feature ImageMotorola has launched its latest handset in Europe. And it’s probably the one you have been waiting for. The new handset is the Moto G 5G Plus and is probably the company’s most powerful mid-ranger announced so far. With the recently launched Moto One Fusion+...

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Motorola has launched its latest handset in Europe. And it’s probably the one you have been waiting for. The new handset is the Moto G 5G Plus and is probably the company’s most powerful mid-ranger announced so far. With the recently launched Moto One Fusion+ getting all the attention, it is high time for Motorola in the market right now. Let’s talk about the specifications and features. 

Moto G 5G Plus – Specifications

Motorola’s all-new G series handset comes powered by a Snapdragon 765 SoC, which is the most powerful mid-range series chipset from Qualcomm. It is probably the from Motorola sporting this chipset. It is said to come in two SKUs – 4GB + 64GB and 6GB + 128GB models. The phone has been launched in a single colour, surfing blue. It will not arrive in the United States. But maybe we can hope it gets to the shore of India. 

Sporting a 6.7-inch full-HD+ display with a 21:9 aspect ratio, this LCD panel comes with a 90Hz refresh rate and HDR10 support. It is something media consumption users will appreciate. Speaking about the cameras, it has a quad rear cameras support, which is placed in a square manner on the top left corner. 

The primary lens is of 48MP (f/1.7 aperture), there is an ultra-wide-angle lens (8MP), a macro lens (5MP), and a depth sensor (2MP). On the front, it has an unusual design, separate cut-outs offering dual punch-hole camera setup. Where one lens is of 16MP resolution and another is of 8MP resolution (ultra-wide angle).

All this is powered by a 5000mAh battery with 20W TurboPower fast charging. It has a side-fingerprint sensor and connectivity options include Type-C port, 5G SA/NSA, audio jack, Bluetooth 5.1, Wi-FI, NFC, and more. What do you guys think about the specifications of the Moto G 5G Plus? Comment below. 

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Samsung’s Galaxy Note Unpacked event confirmed for August 5th  https://themrphone.com/tech/samsung-galaxy-unpacked?utm_medium=Feed&utm_source=Syndication https://themrphone.com/tech/samsung-galaxy-unpacked#comments Wed, 08 Jul 2020 04:55:38 +0000 https://themrphone.com/tech/?p=93834 Samsung Galaxy Note Unpacked - Feature ImageSamsung is all set to make a splash in the market with its new set of premium Galaxy Note and Fold smartphones. The South Korean manufacturer has announced its annual Galaxy Unpacked event for the year. It is scheduled to go live on August 5th,...

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Samsung is all set to make a splash in the market with its new set of premium Galaxy Note and Fold smartphones. The South Korean manufacturer has announced its annual Galaxy Unpacked event for the year. It is scheduled to go live on August 5th, 7:30 PM IST. It will be Samsung’s online-only event, and probably its first global online event. Let’s talk about what to expect and what to not. 

The company’s invitations are usually cryptic and this one’s not different. But the leak realm always has something for us. Earlier this month, Samsung’s Russian website accidentally posted the images of a purported Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. The leaked image showcased us the rear part of the device along with the S-Pen. The only explanation is that its a Galaxy Note series phone. 

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Series 

Unlike last year, this year we don’t know much about this upcoming handset. The leaks realm has come quite empty-handed as far a the specs sheet is concerned. There are only a handful of rumours out there about the specs and features. Starting with a high refresh display at 120Hz, expect the usual bump in the hardware part. One of which will be a new processor (Snapdragon 865 and new Exynos chip). 

Samsung is expected to at least release two Notes, the regular and the ultra model. Expect a follow-up to the Galaxy Fold, which could reportedly be called Galaxy Z Fold 2, joining the branding of Galaxy Z Flip introduced earlier this year. It could feature a large 7.7-inch display, and a get a specs boost as well. 

What do you guys think about the Galaxy Note series launch? Let us know in the comment section below. Follow us on all social handles @themrphone to stay connected with us and ask any queries you have.     

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OnePlus Nord with Snapdragon 765G SoC will launch in India on July 21, pre-order starts from July 15 https://themrphone.com/tech/oneplus-nord-india-details?utm_medium=Feed&utm_source=Syndication https://themrphone.com/tech/oneplus-nord-india-details#respond Tue, 07 Jul 2020 13:23:27 +0000 https://themrphone.com/tech/?p=93822 OnePlus Nord - Feature Image-2OnePlus is already kicking up a notch with its unique approach to the launch of its all-new beginnings, dubbed as OnePlus Nord. The premium smartphone player will be releasing its next smartphone on July 21, while the pre-order starts from July 15 in India on...

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OnePlus is already kicking up a notch with its unique approach to the launch of its all-new beginnings, dubbed as OnePlus Nord. The premium smartphone player will be releasing its next smartphone on July 21, while the pre-order starts from July 15 in India on Amazon.in. 

Now the most exciting part of the announcement, maybe more so than the product itself. The OnePlus Nord will be the world’s first smartphone AR launch. After the successful launch of its second handset, the OnePlus 2 in VR, five years later, the handset maker is ready to bring yet another tasteful product launch. 

How to experience the OnePlus Nord AR launch? 

It’s quite simple, you have to download the application on your smartphone from Google Play Store or either Apple App Store, whichever ecosystem your handset supports. Note that the launch starts at 7:30 PM IST

Here are the direct links to download the respective apps:

Pre-ordering OnePlus Nord – Includes offers

From July 15 onwards, users on Amazon India would be able to pre-order the OnePlus Nord for Rs 499. Once you are done pre-ordering, the company will send you a surprise gift box containing limited-edition merchandise from OnePlus. Hold on, there’s a second gift as well, it will be entitled by users who completes the device purchase by August 31st. This gift box will include an OnePlus Bullets Wireless V1 and a phone cover.  

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POCO M2 Pro review – more confusing than Dark Season 3 https://themrphone.com/tech/poco-m2-pro-review?utm_medium=Feed&utm_source=Syndication https://themrphone.com/tech/poco-m2-pro-review#comments Tue, 07 Jul 2020 07:20:47 +0000 https://themrphone.com/tech/?p=93762 Rating: 8.9/10 Pros: Great display Attractive design Ad-free software with Poco Launcher Good stack of cameras Super fast charging speeds Cons: Borrowed identity from Redmi Note 9 Pro Global variant Could be too big for some people Punch-hole cuts too close to the top menu...

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Rating: 8.9/10

Pros:

  • Great display
  • Attractive design
  • Ad-free software with Poco Launcher
  • Good stack of cameras
  • Super fast charging speeds

Cons:

  • Borrowed identity from Redmi Note 9 Pro Global variant
  • Could be too big for some people
  • Punch-hole cuts too close to the top menu of apps

POCO M2 Pro – Introduction

I’ve been binging on the German Sci-Fi thriller Dark on Netflix. I just finished Season 1 and this show is a brain scrambler. In fact, I actually used a pen and paper to plot a family tree to keep track of proceedings. Don’t worry, this is not a spoiler. Apparently, Season 3 is even more mind-boggling and confusing it seems. 

And, you know what? If Dark is confusing, so is the existence of the Poco M2 Pro as well. 

Essentially, the M2 Pro is a tweaked version of the Redmi Note 9 Pro Global variant, which is a mixture of the Indian variants of the Redmi Note Pro and Note 9 Pro Max. So, the M2 Pro has the same design as the Note 9 Pro Global variant. But, it has a 48MP quad camera stack instead of a 64MP quad camera stack found on the Note 9 Pro Global variant. The Note 9 Pro Global variant has the same stack of cameras as the Note 9 Pro Max in India, by the way. Also, the M2 Pro comes with support for 33W fast charging similar to the Note 9 Pro Max, the Note 9 Pro Global variant tops out of 30W fast charging, and the Note 9 Pro in India supports only 18W. 

Phew!

As you can tell, the Poco M2 Pro has a very confused identity. But, does that really matter when you look at just the product and evaluate it for what it’s worth? Maybe not. Because, the Poco M2 Pro is a good deal at the end of the day. 

POCO M2 Pro – Design

If you’ve seen the Note 9 Pro, you’ve seen the Poco M2 Pro and vice versa. Essentially, you get the same Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protected glass sandwich form factor with a plastic outer frame and metal inner frame. The two-tone design on the rear is the same as the Redmi Note 9 Pro Global variant. I think this looks better than the Note 9 Pro. All said and done, this design is almost as good as any flagship phone and the build feels equally premium. 

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And when it comes to handling, the M2 Pro is a big phone but has great ergonomics. You will need two hands for most tasks but if you do use it with one hand, the phone will remain put and won’t really fall off. Poco also adds a p2i nano-coating to ensure the internal parts are water resistant to a certain extent.  

Then, you have your side-mounted fingerprint scanner on the right edge, which is blazing fast and I don’t even have to say it. The volume rocker that sits above it offers very good tactile feedback. You get a Type-C USB 2.0 port at the bottom flanked on the left by the headphone jack and on the right by the speaker grille. There’s an infrared port on the top as well.

To sum it up, the M2 Pro is just a better looking Redmi Note 9 Pro/Note 9 Pro Max. 

POCO M2 Pro – Display

As for the display, you get a massive 6.67-inch IPS LCD panel on the front. Unlike the Realme 6 that has a 90Hz panel, you only get 60Hz refresh rate on the M2 Pro. However, everything else – from the colour to the brightness to the vibrancy is better on the Note 9 Pro. This is one of the best LCDs you can find on a phone under 15k. But the same display is also present on the Note 9 Pro. Nothing unique here, yet again. 

By the way, for those wondering, the phone supports HDR but not on Netflix. Netflix streaming tops out Full HD res thanks to the support for Widevine L1. You can watch HDR videos on YouTube though. Also, I have to say this, the haptic feedback from the touch substrate is great for a sub-15k phone. I do have one problem and that is: the hole punch notch tends to cut too close to the top elements of apps. It extends too far below the display. 

 

POCO M2 Pro – Software

The Poco M2 Pro sets itself apart from the Note 9 Pro series by providing software that is devoid of ads. That’s enough for me to recommend the M2 Pro over the Note 9 Pro. You get the amazing Poco Launcher and an appealing software experience with customisation options galore. If there’s something that I find annoying it has to be the litter of third-party apps or bloatware. 

POCO M2 Pro – Camera

The M2 Pro’s quad camera stack on the rear is the same as the one found on the Note 9 Pro. You get a 48MP main sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide angle camera, 5MP macro camera, and a 2MP depth sensor. And from my testing, I can also safely say that the pictures look very similar to the Note 9 Pro as well. 

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  1. If you take a look at this picture of Mhysa captured using both the phones you can tell that the phones capture identical looking pictures. There is literally nothing different. From the slightly boosted reds to the details at close crop, the Poco M2 Pro and the Note 9 Pro are basically using the same sensor and same algorithm. You can see fairly sharp details but if you want more details, you can also shoot in 48MP mode using the phones. Just ensure that there is ample light. Or, use the Pro mode to shoot RAW. 
  2. By the way, you also get the same Pro Colour mode imported from the Note 9 Pro. This is similar to Realme’s Dazzle colour mode. Basically, it takes a regular picture and picks up the saturation to make it look more attractive, and Instagram-ready. I am not a fan, but most people could like it. 
  3. What I like about the Note 9 Pro and the Poco M2 Pro is the dynamic range performance is pretty good. The cameras do a good job of controlling the highlights to showcase more details. I’d have ideally liked it if the algorithm would’ve picked up more details from the shadows because currently the darkest areas look slightly crushed. But, this is great too. 
  4. Portraits from both, the M2 Pro and the Note 9 Pro, look great. Poco follows the same linear portrait algorithm that gradually increases the intensity of the blur to separate the background from the foreground. For example, the Shirt around my right shoulder is also blurred apart from the background. Anyway, it does a good job of edge detection too. For the most part, most folks are going to like the portraits captured by this phone. 
  5. The phone also has an 8MP ultra wide-angle camera. It maintains parity with the main camera when it comes to colours but tends to blow out the highlights. 
  6. The 16MP selfie camera takes good looking selfies but it tends to pick up the reds on the face. Also, I generally prefer selfies captured by Realme phones in this price category. They are better in capturing the right face tones and at details too. Anyway, switching to the selfie portraits, you can see it looks good on both the phones. Xiaomi generally does a good job of portraits especially with the edge detection. Low light selfies now come with Night mode support. Instead of making it look good, the Night mode merely brightens the whole picture. I am really not a fan. 
  7. My most favourite camera in this quad camera stack is the 5MP macro. It takes extremely sharp closeups with good colour accuracy as well. Plus you can also shoot 1080p videos with the macro camera. While the details look great, there is a fair amount of focus hunting that happens, which makes the picture nearly unusable. If you can get a locked in focus of a subject, that’d make for a better macro video. 
  8. Low light performance is generally okay too. Not excellent or anything. You get soft details and noise at close crop. And, the Night mode doesn’t do much to cut the noise levels and ends up accentuating it instead. The picture does get brighter for what it is worth. 
  9. You can shoot up to 4K 30fps video using the Poco M2 Pro. You do get sharp details but there is no image stabilisation and the colours are boosted a lot. I do like the dynamic range performance though. Also, the sound recording is pretty decent. You can also shoot at 1080p 60fps but you don’t get image stabilisation again. Thankfully, the colours are well-controlled and the dynamic range continues to be great. But, for most people, 1080p 30fps with EIS is going to be the go-to shooting res. Unfortunately, you have to live with the crop factor. By the way, you can also shoot 1080p 30fps video using the ultra-wide angle camera. While it looks good with stabilisation also available, you can see noise even in good lighting conditions. Plus you don’t get dynamic range improvements either. 
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Overall, the camera performance is not too shabby and you will appreciate the picture processing for a sub-15k phone. However — and it might feel like I am playing a broken record here but it is true — the M2 Pro does nothing different from the Redmi Note 9 Pro. You don’t even get an extra shooting mode for differentiation’s sake. Sad. 

POCO M2 Pro – Performance

The internal specs of the Poco M2 Pro are once again the same as the Note 9 Pro/Pro Max. There’s a SD720G chip powering the phone with three different RAM/ROM variants: 4/64, 6/64, and 6/128. It is extremely powerful and responsive. I had a blast playing Call of Duty. Plus the general, everyday performance was top notch too. Really, no complaints. 

Moving on, the audio performance through the 3.5mm headphone jack was satisfactory and so was the mono speaker. Nothing extraordinary here, really. Again, the 4G VoLTE performance was great on Airtel 4G through and through. No surprises there either.

POCO M2 Pro – Battery

The M2 Pro has a 5000mAh battery with a 33W charger inside the box. I tested the charging speeds twice and the phone could be charged from 0 to 100 in an hour and 30 mins flat. This is a good 30 mins faster than the Note 9 Pro. Moreover, I got a consistent screen-on-time of over 8 hours on the phone with moderate to heavy usage. This is excellent battery performance. 

Should you buy the POCO M2 Pro?

Under 15k, the Poco M2 Pro is a great phone and I’d recommend this over the Note 9 Pro for its ad-free software and faster charging at 33W. Heck, it could very well be the best phone in its price category. Essentially, Poco is trying to continue its strategy of offering the best specs in any price range. 

But, I’m worried about the brand Poco. The M2 Pro is a decidedly safe bet and doesn’t do anything to upkeep the legacy of the Poco F1. 

While the Poco X2 had a similar problem, at least it was one-of-a-kind in India because the Redmi K30 never reached our shores. As for the M2 Pro, well…it is merely competing in a space with another near-identical product from its (technically) “parent” company.

Manmohan, GM of Poco, also told me they are a very small startup with limited resources and hence they have to leverage Xiaomi’s inventory. And, therefore the rebadging exercise. Poco’s idea is to reach a certain scale before the upstart can start making its own phones from the ground up, regularly. I’m afraid achieving the scale could become an uphill task if Poco starts losing its identity considering it has become risk averse now. 

And yes, I’m aware of the existence of the Poco F2 Pro. Although, I’d like to reserve my judgement on the F series until Poco has a concrete update for us regarding an Indian launch. 

On that note, I’ll let you guys ruminate on that closing thought. 

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POCO M2 Pro with Snapdragon 720G SoC and 33W fast charging launched in India at Rs 13,999 https://themrphone.com/tech/poco-m2-pro-details?utm_medium=Feed&utm_source=Syndication https://themrphone.com/tech/poco-m2-pro-details#respond Tue, 07 Jul 2020 06:57:30 +0000 https://themrphone.com/tech/?p=93802 POCO has launched its second handset for the year, and it’s not what you think (F1 successor). The new POCO smartphone is yet another mid-ranger, but it’s more affordable than its sibling X2. It’s an all-new series dubbed as M2 Pro. The POCO M2 Pro...

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POCO has launched its second handset for the year, and it’s not what you think (F1 successor). The new POCO smartphone is yet another mid-ranger, but it’s more affordable than its sibling X2. It’s an all-new series dubbed as M2 Pro. The POCO M2 Pro is priced at Rs 13,999 and will be a Flipkart exclusive handset, like X2. 

The new POCO smartphone is supposed to go on the first sale starting 14th July at noon. Let’s talk about the specifications and features of the new POCO M2 Pro. 

POCO M2 Pro – What are the specs and features? 

Sporting a 6.67-inch Full HD+ display with a 20:9 aspect ratio, it comes with a Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection. The new POCO phone comes with a Snapdragon 720G, which is based on an 8nm process, an octa-core processor having a clock speed of 2.3GHz. It is supported by Adreno 618 GPU. 

As far as the RAM and storage configurations are concerned, it will start from 4GB+ 64GB, 6GB + 64GB and goes up to 6GB + 128GB. Note that’s a UFS 2.1 storage in case you are wondering. The phone is powered by Android 10 based MIUI 11 with a poco launcher on top. 

Speaking about the camera setups, it has a 48MP primary rear camera, which is accompanied by an ultra-wide lens (8MP), a macro lens (5MP), and a depth sensor (2MP). The rear camera setup is supported by EIS tech for better stabilised shots, it also comes with LED flash, HDR, and Panorama features. 

On the front, you get a 16MP sharpshooter for snapping selfies of taking video calls. This lens has an f/2.5 aperture and can record up to 1080p videos at 30fps and 120fps. Equipped with a headphone jack and loudspeaker, it has all the essentials to enjoy the audio experience. 

In case you are worried about the connectivity, it has a Type-C port (2.0), Bluetooth 5.0 (A2DP, LE), Wi-Fi (al standards), and IR blaster. The POCO M2 Pro comes with a side-mounted fingerprint sensor for your convenience. All this is powered by a huge 5020mAh capacity battery with 33W fast charger retailing inside the box. 

POCO M2 Pro – Price and availability 

The new POCO M2 Pro will come in three variants and will go on the first sale on July 14 at 12 PM. 

  • 4GB + 64GB – Rs 13,999
  • 6GB + 64GB – Rs 14,999
  • 6GB + 128GB – Rs 16,999

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Samsung announces Galaxy Assured and Galaxy Forever services in India https://themrphone.com/tech/samsung-assured-and-forever-services?utm_medium=Feed&utm_source=Syndication https://themrphone.com/tech/samsung-assured-and-forever-services#comments Mon, 06 Jul 2020 14:44:48 +0000 https://themrphone.com/tech/?p=93756 Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite -1Samsung has been launching quite a number of premium and mid-range flagship smartphones. A lot of customers love the S20 lineup along with the Note 10 Lite and Galaxy S10 Lite. Now the company has announced two new services to ease the process of buying...

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Samsung has been launching quite a number of premium and mid-range flagship smartphones. A lot of customers love the S20 lineup along with the Note 10 Lite and Galaxy S10 Lite. Now the company has announced two new services to ease the process of buying a new Samsung premium smartphone. These two services are Galaxy Assured and Galaxy Forever. 

Whatis Galaxy Assured and Galaxy Forever? 

The Galaxy Assured service is a plan to avail buyback offers from Samsung. You can enjoy this offer for phones like Galaxy S20 series, Note 10 Lite and S10 Lite (512GB). The Galaxy Assured consumers can get buyback value up to 70% of original device price. The device should be a 3-month-old Galaxy S20 smartphone. If your device is 6 months old, you can get up to 60% buyback. Consumers can get up to 50% and 40% of their device value after nine months and 12 months respectively with Galaxy Assured.  For this service, Samsung has partnered with Servify. 

With the Galaxy Forever offer, you can get a Galaxy S20 smartphone at just 60% of the price. This will make it easier for consumers to buy a premium Samsung smartphone. They can pay the remaining 40% at the end of the one-year or return the device. To avail of this offer, consumers will have to purchase a Galaxy S20 smartphone using an EMI facility. For this offer, the company has partnered with Servify and IDFC. 

Both these offers can be availed at Samsung stores, samsung.com, and leading retail outlets. Are you planning to buy a premium Samsung smartphone? If yes, let us know in the comments down below. 

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Samsung’s The Serif and 2020 QLED TV lineup launched in India, price starts at Rs 83,900 https://themrphone.com/tech/samsung-the-serif?utm_medium=Feed&utm_source=Syndication https://themrphone.com/tech/samsung-the-serif#comments Fri, 03 Jul 2020 08:07:51 +0000 https://themrphone.com/tech/?p=93725 samsung the serif featured imageSamsung is now introducing products that aim to elevate your home decor. The company had launched The Frame a few months ago as a lifestyle television. Now Samsung has launched the next iteration of premium TV lineup – The Serif. The company has launched a...

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Samsung is now introducing products that aim to elevate your home decor. The company had launched The Frame a few months ago as a lifestyle television. Now Samsung has launched the next iteration of premium TV lineup – The Serif. The company has launched a new lineup of 8K and 4K QLED televisions. 

Samsung The Serif 4K QLED TV Features

This Serif 4K TV is a result of the company’s collaboration with Parisian design Duo Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec. Just like The Frame, this new TV will change the concept of traditional television. The Serif comes with a unibody design in the shape of the letter ‘I’. The 360-degree round design angle of The Serif will make it fit anywhere in your room, without a stand. Equipped with Quantum Dot technology, the TV comes with 100% Color Volume, Quantum Processor 4K, and HDR 10+ support. The audio experience is taken care of by the Active Voice Amplifier (AVA) feature. 

Samsung QLED 4K and 8K 2020 Lineup Features 

The company has also launched a new Ultra Premium QLED TV Lineup. This lineup includes 8K and 4K models. These televisions come packed with support for a range of OTT platforms. These include Netflix, Amazon Prime, YouTube, Sony LIV, Zee5, and many more.  Samsung QLED 8K TVs come with Real 8K Resolution, 8K AI Upscaling, Quantum Processor 8K, and Quantum HDR – all created for a great 8K experience. These TVs offer a whopping 99% screen-to-body ratio with the help of their Infinity Screen. 

Samsung The Serif and 2020 QLED TV Pricing 

The Serif will be available in 3 sizes – 43-inch, 49-inch, and 55-inch. The pricing starts at Rs.83,900 and will be available for sale on Amazon. Samsung 8K QLED TV will be available in 4 sizes – 65-inch, 75-inch, 82-inch, and 85-inch. The pricing starts at Rs.4,99 Lakhs. The 4K QLED TV will be sold from 43-inch to 75 -inch. Currently, this TV is available for pre-ordering till July 10. Consumers who decide to pre-order will get 2 Samsung Galaxy S20+ smartphones. They can also avail cashback offers with their HDFC Bank Debit and Credit Cards and Federal Bank Debit Cards. Buyers will also enjoy a 50% discount on subscriptions of OTT platforms like Sony LIV and Zee5.  

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Motorola One Fusion with Snapdragon 710 SoC and quadruple rear cameras is official https://themrphone.com/tech/moto-one-fusion-details?utm_medium=Feed&utm_source=Syndication https://themrphone.com/tech/moto-one-fusion-details#comments Fri, 03 Jul 2020 06:28:43 +0000 https://themrphone.com/tech/?p=93720 moto one fusion featured imageIt seems that Motorola is now learning from its mistakes. The company has now started launching budget smartphones with appealing features. The Moto One Fusion Plus launched a few days ago in India. The phone is priced at Rs.16,999 and everyone seems to love it...

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It seems that Motorola is now learning from its mistakes. The company has now started launching budget smartphones with appealing features. The Moto One Fusion Plus launched a few days ago in India. The phone is priced at Rs.16,999 and everyone seems to love it all. Now the company has launched a toned-down version of this phone called the Moto One Fusion. The phone will be available for sale starting July 2 in Latin America. 

Moto One Fusion – Specification 

The Moto One Fusion runs on the Snapdragon 710 processor. It comes with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage. Compared to the Fusion Plus, this phone has a 720p display with a panel size of 6.5-inches. We are guessing that it is an IPS panel. There’s a massive 5000mAh battery on the One Fusion that will easily last you more than a day. We hope the company provides the same 18W charging brick in the box. The device comes with a Type-C port for charging. 

In terms of optics, you get a 48MP Quad Camera setup. There’s an 8MP ultra-wide-angle camera, a 5MP macro lens, and a 2MP Depth Sensor. For selfies, you get an 8MP shooter. Just like the previous moto phones, you get a close to stock Android 10 interface. The phone weighs 202g and seems to have a polycarbonate design. There’s also a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. The phone is available in Emerald Green and Sapphire Blue colors. 

We hope that this smartphone gets launched in India soon. The company has received an overwhelming response for the One Fusion Plus for its price and features. What do you think will be the price of the Moto One Fusion in India? Let us know in the comments. 

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OnePlus TV U1 with 55-inch 4K resolution launched in India at Rs 49,999 https://themrphone.com/tech/oneplus-tv-u-series?utm_medium=Feed&utm_source=Syndication https://themrphone.com/tech/oneplus-tv-u-series#comments Thu, 02 Jul 2020 14:12:49 +0000 https://themrphone.com/tech/?p=93682 OnePlus after almost a year has announced the launch of its new Smart TVs, and this time with smarter pricing, as reported by the brand. The smartphone brand has shared its plan to be working on creating an OnePlus ecosystem, and the new range of...

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OnePlus after almost a year has announced the launch of its new Smart TVs, and this time with smarter pricing, as reported by the brand. The smartphone brand has shared its plan to be working on creating an OnePlus ecosystem, and the new range of TVs are one step ahead on that plan. The flagship TV announced today is called OnePlus TV U1. 

OnePlus TV U1  – Features and Specifications 

Embodying the OnePlus’ philosophy of burdenless user experience, the new range of OnePlus TVs are designed keeping in mind the display, design, and ecosystem experience. It comes with a higher colour gamut of 93%, enhanced colour space of DCI-P3. There is a gamma engine, which is supposed to offer realtime image quality optimisation and a suite of features for added superior visuals. It comes with MEMC technology, advanced motion estimation, and motion compensation algorithms to deliver smooth content across the expansive panels. 

The company reportedly promises certain things like Noise Reduction, Super-resolution, Colour Space Mapping, and Dynamic Contrast. These features are supposed to elevate your visual experience on the OnePlus TV U series. Further with anti-aliasing and Dolby Vision certification, it ensures you have the best in class details and cinematic experience on your TV. 

OnePlus TV U1 – Design and Display

Sound is as important as display tech, which is why the brand emphasis on it in this new Smart TV series. With Dolby Atmos certification, the four-unit speaker system immersify your experience. It has a combined output of 30W, which is a big number for TV speakers. The four-units includes two full-range speakers and two tweeters engaged in a down-firing design. 

Speaking about the design, the new OnePlus TV comes with a 6.9mm ultra-slim bezel-less design and a high screen nobody ratio of 95%. Thus ensuring an effective and minimalist modern design, which company calls it a burdenless design. The rear part was given equal attention as the front part in designing the new OnePlus TV U Series. 

It runs on Android TV 9.0 platform, offering features like Data Saver plus, and kids mode, making sure you don’t exhaust your data plans quickly and provide healthy content access to your kids. The OnePlus connect feature was introduced in the last year’s models. It has made it to the new models as well. The TV will have effective casting solutions like Chromecast, and DLNA for easy casting. It will also have Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa support. 

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip receives a price cut, will start from Rs 1,00,999 https://themrphone.com/tech/samsung-galaxy-z-flip-price-cut?utm_medium=Feed&utm_source=Syndication Thu, 02 Jul 2020 09:11:34 +0000 https://themrphone.com/tech/?p=93672 Z Flip 1Samsung’s first of its kind foldable smartphone, the Galaxy Z Flip is getting a considerable price reduction. The South Korean handset maker has reduced the price tag of its one of the most expensive phones to Rs 1,08,999 from Rs 1,15,999. Thus, leading to saving...

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Samsung’s first of its kind foldable smartphone, the Galaxy Z Flip is getting a considerable price reduction. The South Korean handset maker has reduced the price tag of its one of the most expensive phones to Rs 1,08,999 from Rs 1,15,999. Thus, leading to saving of Rs 7,000. Additionally, Rs 8,000 upgrade bonus will be offered on select smartphones. The users looking to buy the Z Flip can avail up to 18 months No Cost EMI. 

Below we talk about the specifications and features of the phone.  

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip – Display

Talking about the display of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip, it is a 6.7-inches display with a resolution of 1080 x 2636 pixels. This means the pixel density of the screen is at 425 ppi. It is a Dynamic AMOLED panel. The screen-to-body ratio of the device is at 82.78%. The company teases that its display has a Capacitive, Multi-touch, Scratch resistant, Ultra-Thin Glass (UTG), Infinity Flex Display, HDR10+, External display type – Super AMOLED, External display size – 1.1 inches, External display resolution – 300 x 112 pixels, External display cover glass – Corning Gorilla Glass 6.

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip – Camera

As far as the camera department is concerned, it packs a dual rear camera setup. Where the primary rear camera is of 12.0MP and secondary rear camera is of 12.0MP. It comes with a Touch-to-focus, Phase Detection AF, Dual Pixel AF Autofocus technology. The rear camera is supported by a Dual LED flash. For selfies, you can make use of the 10.0MP front camera.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip – Hardware and Software

The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus chipset, which comes with 8 Cores and clocks at 2.95 GHz. It is accompanied by an 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage capacity. It will be running on the Android 10. Note that the external storage is not expandable. It comes with a side-mounted fingerprint sensor. As far as the battery life is concerned, its 3300mAh battery juice claims a day’s life. It has a 15W fast charging support. 

Would you get taking the benefit of the price cut and offers to buy the Z Flip? 

 

 

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JVC HA-A10T Review: best sounding TWS earbuds under Rs 5000 https://themrphone.com/tech/jvc-ha-a10t-review?utm_medium=Feed&utm_source=Syndication https://themrphone.com/tech/jvc-ha-a10t-review#comments Thu, 02 Jul 2020 06:30:20 +0000 https://themrphone.com/tech/?p=93632 Last Friday evening, I decided to take a look at my backlog of work. And, you know what? I found these truly wireless earbuds that cost a shade under Rs 4,000. After listening to them for four days now, I can safely say that…I am...

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Last Friday evening, I decided to take a look at my backlog of work. And, you know what? I found these truly wireless earbuds that cost a shade under Rs 4,000. After listening to them for four days now, I can safely say that…I am an idiot. No really. I’m an idiot for not having reviewed these earlier and recommending them. 

Hi, I’m Ershad from Mr. Phone and this is my review of the JVC HA-A10T. Or what I’d like to call – the sonic king of truly wireless earbuds under Rs 5,000. 

The cons – JVC HA-A10T

Alright, before I start praising these earbuds, let’s take a look at the “not so good” things. Firstly, you can use only the left earbud for calls. And, the single mic quality is below average. Don’t take my word for it. Listen to a recorded sample for proof in our video below.  

You will have to raise your voice for the other person to hear you clearly. Furthermore, there is no low latency mode for gaming and videos. So, you will notice a slight audio-video lag that is an inherent characteristic of Bluetooth wireless audio. 

Also, the A10T is a thicc boy. Meaning, it is chunky and it juts out of the ear. So, if you are wearing these inside a helmet or when lying down on one side, it is bound to be uncomfortable. And finally, I clocked around 4hrs and 5mins of battery life on the earbuds at 100% volume, which is just about average and not necessarily great. Plus you get about 10 hours of charge on the case, which falls short of the competition too. 

The pros – JVC HA-A10T

Anyway, all those cons fall by the wayside when you listen to these exquisitely-tuned buds. And, that is particularly surprising considering the A10T has a tiny 5.8mm driver per earbud and uses the SBC BT codec. This further explains how specs really, really don’t matter when it comes to audio products. 

The A10T’s have a balanced sound signature that has the bass, treble, and the mids living harmoniously without encroaching on each other’s space. This means you get a clean and open sound signature. But, don’t mistake balanced for boring because the A10T is anything but flat sounding. What you get is a fun, lively, and attacking sound that does justice to any kind of song. To top it off, you get a detailed and dynamic sound signature. For example, in a complex rock composition such as The Dance of Eternity by Dream Theatre, the HA-A10T stood its ground with every single tonal jump that assaults your senses throughout the song. A more resolving pair of wired IEMs would’ve possibly had a faster bass attack but the A10T has a commendable SQ especially for its price. I am sincerely stunned at its resolution. The Realme Buds Air pooped in its drivers when I played this song. 

The excellent performance is also courtesy a very good instrument separation and fairly decent soundstaging too. And, this was further corroborated by the A10T’s particularly resolute performance in Arithmophobia by Animals As Leaders. This song has one of the most complex guitar arrangements I’ve heard in a long time. And, you know why I was pushing the A10T to its limits with Death Metal? Because, it could actually hold up beat without breaking the detail retention. I can’t say the same for any truly wireless solution under 5k, for now. Be it the clang of the cymbal, the strum of the lead guitar, or the breakneck beat of the drums, the A10T was just up for any task. 

And, the same is true for the A10T’s performance with Modern Pop songs or EDM. Throw DJ Snake or Justin Bieber or Avicii or just about anything, and the A10T delivers all the time. Trust me, these earbuds punch above their weight with its tuning. And, a lot of it also has to do with the fact that you get a couple of extra sets of Memory Foam tips inside the box. Which means, you are assured of a great seal. I mean, you can stick to silicon tips if you want, but Memory foam tips make sure you get the right seal for the tightest bass response. Plus, they offer a tighter grip inside your ears ensuring the buds don’t fall off easily. 

Another advantage of the A10T is its IPX5 certification, which makes it sweat proof and ideal for workouts. And, I also like the controls on the A10T. You get a physical click button with volume controls as well. Obviously, physical controls aren’t as elegant as touch-based solutions but in this price range most touch controls are iffy. And the physical control on the A10T, despite the fact that you need to put some effort to actually click, is reassuring to say the least. 

Should you buy these? 

The JVC HA-A10T costs Rs 3,999. Considering the incredible sound quality, it makes you wonder if there is something wrong with the sticker price. If you listen to a lot of music in general, I’d be shocked if you didn’t consider these over the other options under 5k. But, if you are someone who wants a pair of budget TWS for Zoom calls or just plain old regular calls, I’d suggest the Realme Buds Air or the Mi TWS 2 or a pair of good wired headphones instead. 

As for me, I’d just pick the JVC HA-A10T over and over again. Sound quality over everything else. Obviously, that doesn’t have to be the same for you. Also, understand that “best” is relative in terms of time. What is the best today for me, might not be the best tomorrow. For example, I haven’t heard the HiFiman TWS400 yet. Those are under 5k as well. If anything changes, I will add a link in the pinned comments. But for now, the JVC HA-A10T is my favourite. Undoubtedly.

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OnePlus TV U series 55U1 review – commendable comeback after a lacklustre start https://themrphone.com/tech/oneplus-tv-u-series-55u1-review?utm_medium=Feed&utm_source=Syndication https://themrphone.com/tech/oneplus-tv-u-series-55u1-review#respond Thu, 02 Jul 2020 04:49:24 +0000 https://themrphone.com/tech/?p=93657 Rating: 8.7/10                                                                                       ...

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Rating: 8.7/10                                                                                                                                                                           

Pros:

  • Deep blacks for an LED display
  • Gorgeous, slim design
  • Sturdy metal stand
  • Software tweaks that are actually useful
  • Great HDR performance for the price bracket
  • Smooth performance

Cons:

  • Viewing angles are not great
  • The sound quality from the in-built speakers is average at best
  • The remote design is uninspiring 

Introduction: 

OnePlus is clearly reading the Indian market well. After creating compelling phones for years now, the brand is setting its sights on capturing a pie of the Smart TV market, where Xiaomi has found great success. 

Although, after somewhat of a lacklustre start to its TV journey with the QLED TV – Q1, the company has launched a few more options to make a bigger impact. We now have two new affordable TVs in the Y-series. A 32-inch HD TV and a 43-inch FHD option. However, the star of the show is the third new TV – the 55-inch OnePlus U series TV.

And you know what, OnePlus is listening to user feedback intently. It has made fixes to almost every single problem most of us had with the Q1, including some really tiny ones I had too.

OnePlus TV – Design 

First things first, the OnePlus U series is a stunning looking TV that makes absolutely no compromises with the build quality. You get a sturdy aluminum body on the rear with an extremely thin frame of 6.9mm. That’s slimmer than a OnePlus 8 Pro, for context. Although, it’s not 6.9mm from top to bottom though. About 25-30% of the bottom rear portion is chunkier and has a slight design segway as well. It has a carbon fibre texture that moves away from the plain metallic rear. My TV is placed in a way where you can see the back – considering it is not wall-mounted – and I appreciate the clean design. 

The clean design also extends to the removable cover on the rear for the ports. I like this attention to detail in design. The fit and finish of the TV is as good, if not better, than a Samsung TV. And, that’s saying a lot. 

Talking about the ports, you get 3 HDMI ports on the rear, of which only one port supports ARC or audio return channel. All the three ports, however, do support CEC, which lets you control other electronic devices — such as my Apple TV out here — with OnePlus’ bundled remote. That’s actually useful considering I’ve broken my Apple TV’s remote and depend on the OnePlus TV’s remote for my needs. I don’t have to spend on a replacement remote. 

The other ports include an AV in, Optical port for audio, an RF port for cable TV, and a couple of USB ports; one with USB 2.0 spec and the other with USB 3.0. I’d have ideally liked an extra HDMI port but this should be good enough for most folks. 

The best aspect about the design, however, is that you get two sturdy metal stands holding the weight of the TV. The Q1 had a single cylinder running right down the central spine on the rear holding up the TV precariously. This made it super wobbly as well. This stand, on the other hand, is super duper sturdy and stable. I am glad OnePlus took this feedback seriously. 

There’s one thing to note that the TV is very heavy unlike the Mi TVs I’ve used in the past. You need two people to carry it. Also, I don’t know about the wall-mounting bit because it will be sold separately and I am unsure if it is going to be a standard VESA mount. I shall update the link to the wall mount in a pinned comment below. Overall though, I absolutely love the design of this TV. 

OnePlus TV – Display 

A TV is all about the display. Everything else is secondary. And for what it is worth, the OnePlus TV U1 impresses with its 55-inch LED Panel. Especially, with these really slim bezels that give you a screen-to-body ratio of 95% for an immersive viewing experience. 

So, OnePlus uses a VA panel on the U1. And as far as LED panels go, the VA type gives your deeper blacks compared to an IPS panel. Obviously, the U1 does not have the deep blacks of a Quantum Dot LED panel like the one on the Q1, but for its asking price, it gets the job done and some. Moreover, this panel supports all the HDR formats out there – HDR10, HDR10+, HLG, and Dolby Vision. Many TVs in this price range don’t offer Dolby Vision, which is a pity considering that’s the best kind of HDR out there with a 12-bit colour profile. 

Now that we are on the topic of colour, the U1 has a 93% wide DCI-P3 colour gamut. Plus you get a plethora of predefined picture settings and modes. You can tweak to your heart’s will and even change the Colour Gamut of HDR videos as per your preference. Note that the BT.2020 has the widest colour gamut of all. 

The colours pop out on the deep blacks of the screen and I generally preferred using the TV in Film mode because it had a fairly accurate colour reproduction. Moreover, it didn’t add any additional software based tweaks such as Motion Interpolation. All it did was increase the Global Dimming effect to Medium. There’s also a new artificial intelligence-based picture quality called AI PQ but it didn’t necessarily improve anything much for me. 

However, what worked wonders for me was the Game mode. I absolutely loved the picture tuning on this mode. NFS Heat looked phenomenal and the lower latency also ensured that my gaming experience was enhanced. It actually made a difference. 

And, this is possibly the only difference between the U1 and the Q1. In the Q1, you get a more concentrated Local Dimming option, which is still edge-lit but a little more effective. On the U1, considering you don’t get Quantum Dots, you get only the Global Dimming option. Here the entire image gets dark in dark scenes and the entire stack of LED lights on the rear is qualified as one single light. Point is, it is not as effective as the Local Dimming option on the Q1. It creates very jarring tonal shifts when you move from a completely dark scene to one that has a few bright areas. 

Regardless, I didn’t notice any unbearable light blooming with Global Dimming on and generally enjoyed a cleaner image output during my test period. Plus the contrast ratio of 4000:1 is also better than most panels out there. For comparison, the Mi TV 4X has a contrast ratio of 1200:1. Better contrast ensures that your colours can pop even more. 

Overall, I loved watching HDR content on Netflix. I’ve been binging Dark on this TV and it looks particularly stunning especially with its unique colour grading. Daredevil and Our Planet looked equally attractive as well. However, the panel is very reflective and dark scenes look washed out as a result when you have a brighter room than normal. 

Furthermore, there is some uneven lighting around the edges in grey backgrounds like you can notice when Amazon Prime starts. The other problem is the viewing angle is not great. Even if you sit slightly off centre, you will notice that the screen is looking washed out around the edges. Furthermore, the low refresh rate of the TV is a bit of an issue because you are bound to face some ghosting in fast motion sequences.

However, OnePlus has added MEMC to solve that problem. MEMC or motion interpolation adds intermittent frames to improve the motion blur but it causes a distinctive soap opera look that I absolutely hate. So, I have switched it off, along with other software tweaks such as digital noise reduction. 

By the way, I also used my Apple TV and PlayStation 4 with the TV and the FHD image upscaling was pretty good. However, I do not have any SD playback device so I don’t know how the upscaling looks. But, I don’t suppose it looks very good.

Overall, for its price, the U1 still has an A-grade panel that does a fairly good job at HDR. And, that’s what matters. 

OnePlus TV – Speaker Quality

The U1 has four speakers on the rear – 2 full-range speakers and 2 downward-firing tweeters. The full range speakers are placed in such an angle that you are supposed to get better bass. But, to be honest, I found the bass response to be lacking. In fact, the sound was really not very refined with the vocals sounding very hollow. You will need to invest in a Soundbar or Home Theatre speakers to get better audio quality.

By the way, the TV also supports Dolby Atmos streams. So, if you have a set of Dolby Atmos speakers, you could possibly benefit from the support. I don’t so I can’t really tell if the in-built decoding is good enough for complex surround audio streams. 

OnePlus TV – Performance and software

One of the best things about the OnePlus 55U1 is that it has the same powerful internals as the Q1. It is powered by the Mediatek MT5670 chipset. There’s 3 gigs of RAM and 8 gigs of internal storage. You can play games on this TV if you want to but it’s better to just pick up a dedicated console instead. I found that navigating through the UI was generally smooth with a few hiccups here and there. 

The TV runs on the latest Android 9 Pie version with a few OnePlus tweaks. You get Oxygen Play, which is the separate content aggregation page where OnePlus has partnered with over 15+ content providers. You have to get a subscription for most of these services if not all. To be honest, I prefer using the standalone apps from the Android TV page. Netflix and Prime video have shows in glorious 4K and HDR, so no worries there. Apart from this you also get Spotify pre-installed.  

I really like the bundled File Manager app that is easy to navigate with big menus as well. Plus there is this new app that lets you use the TV as a Bluetooth stereo and another app called Pictorial for screensavers.

Obviously, you also get your usual suspects such as Google Assistant, Alexa, and Chromecast support for seamless voice command control or streaming content from your phone. Additionally, I really like the fact that you can use the Menu button to access the TV’s Settings from any input source. These are tiny touches that make a whole world of difference. 

There’s also the OnePlus Connect app which has improved from its previous iterations. For Apple users, the app is now available on iOS’ App Store. That said, the most important addition is the fact that you get a new keyboard to type on your smartphone’s display. Plus, I still love the Smart Volume Control feature where the TV automatically reduces the volume when you get a call. 

There are two new additions to the software that are pretty useful. There is a Content Calendar feature that lets you schedule your TV shows from your set-top box according to your will. I don’t use one, so I can’t really showcase the feature unfortunately.

What I can showcase, however, is the new Data Saver Plus feature. You get granular control over which apps can consume how much data, limit network speed, set alerts for data usage, and more. This is particularly useful for people using hotspot to connect to the internet. I would’ve liked a slightly more attractive UI with Pie Charts and Graphs for information. But, this is good enough too. 

OnePlus TV – Remote control

For all the premium build quality of the TV, OnePlus has skimped on the materials for the remote. I mean, it works. It has everything you need including dedicated mute, Netflix, and Prime Video buttons but it is decidedly plasticky. 

I was possibly one of the very few people who liked the original OnePlus TV Q1 remote. Granted it had its issues but I felt OnePlus had something going right with the minimalistic approach. This remote design – that lands in no man’s land – is baffling if you ask me. The ergonomics are great and so is the layout but it doesn’t have the gumption I have come to expect from OnePlus’ industrial design chops.

Should you buy the OnePlus 55U1?

Going back to the drawing board has worked wonders for the OnePlus U1. The stand is sturdier now, Netflix doesn’t force-feed motion interpolation in Dolby Vision videos, and it is just a whole lot of cutting the losses. The issues I have with the remote’s uninspired design or the average audio quality of the TV are pet peeves more than anything else. Most folks are going to be okay with the remote. They will also like the fact that the speakers can get really loud. So yeah, you are not going to find any glaring fault with the OnePlus 55U1. 

Sure you get a plethora of alternatives from Samsung, LG, and TCL, but not many are as feature-rich or as attractive as the OnePlus 55U1. And, the picture quality on the OnePlus 55U1 is almost as good too, if not better. And for those wondering, I sincerely don’t think any Mi TV’s picture quality is a match for this one and that’s something for Xiaomi to work on. Build a more desirable LED panel for a slight premium. 

What do you guys think? Do let me know in the comments section below. Until next time, this is Ershad from Mr. Phone signing off. Goodbye and godspeed my friends.

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Samsung Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy Buds+ BTS editions launched in India, starting at Rs 87,999  https://themrphone.com/tech/samsung-galaxy-bts-edition?utm_medium=Feed&utm_source=Syndication https://themrphone.com/tech/samsung-galaxy-bts-edition#comments Wed, 01 Jul 2020 12:58:55 +0000 https://themrphone.com/tech/?p=93643 BTS Edition - Feature ImageSamsung brings a range of new BTS edition devices to India. The South Korean K-pop, BTS, now has a special edition Samsung phone. All the fans in India who were looking for these handsets to arrive in India, your wait has been finished. Let’s talk...

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Samsung brings a range of new BTS edition devices to India. The South Korean K-pop, BTS, now has a special edition Samsung phone. All the fans in India who were looking for these handsets to arrive in India, your wait has been finished. Let’s talk about the devices below that will be available for purchase starting today. 

BTS Editions are here!

The first Samsung device is the Galaxy S20 Plus, launched earlier this year, the device features a purple glass and metal exterior.  The BTS-inspired themes, a fan community platform, Weverse, comes pre-installed with the app. Further, it comes with decorative stickers, photo cards, and more. 

Speaking of the Galaxy Buds+ BTS edition, they come in solid purple colour. It comes in a special purple edition pouch with a preloaded BTS lock screen and wallpaper. There are specialised BTS animations in the Galaxy Wearable App. 

The above two Galaxy devices are available for pre-booking starting today till July 9 on Samsung.com/in. Galaxy S20+ BTS edition is priced at INR 87999. The BTS edition of Galaxy Buds+ is priced at INR 14990.

Note that there is a special white variant of the Galaxy S20 Ultra that is also launched alongside these BTS editions of the S20+ and Buds+. It will be available for pre-booking on the same date at a price tag of Rs 97,999. All of the above-mentioned handsets go on sale from July 10. 

Would you be interested in buying these BTS Edition Samsung Galaxy devices? Let us know in the comment section. 

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OnePlus Nord will reportedly cost under $500, to be made available in Europe and India   https://themrphone.com/tech/oneplus-nord-announcement?utm_medium=Feed&utm_source=Syndication https://themrphone.com/tech/oneplus-nord-announcement#comments Tue, 30 Jun 2020 13:16:35 +0000 https://themrphone.com/tech/?p=93621 OnePlus is ready for new beginnings! The premium Android smartphone brand shared a really interesting development about its upcoming smartphone series. The company has officially released a statement that its new series will be called OnePlus Nord. Following in the footsteps of a minimalist and...

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OnePlus is ready for new beginnings! The premium Android smartphone brand shared a really interesting development about its upcoming smartphone series. The company has officially released a statement that its new series will be called OnePlus Nord. Following in the footsteps of a minimalist and modern design, the new series takes a queue from the Scandinavian design couture. 

What is OnePlus Nord? 

As Pete Lau, Founder and CEO of OnePlus said in his statement, “Launching the OnePlus Nord product line marks the beginning of an exciting new chapter for OnePlus.” While it’s widely reported that OnePlus is getting back to the basics as far as accessibility of its products to the masses, it’s clear from the press release that this is not going back to the past. Instead, it’s about the new beginning. 

OnePlus has identified the shift of the smartphone audience from expensive Android smartphones to mid-range. Which must be one of the reasons to cater to that audience. In late April this year, OnePlus announced its new number series and the pro model as well. It was the first time in the history that OnePlus announced $1000 handset, while it isn’t expensive in India as it’s in other parts of the world. OnePlus has clearly moved their number series to compete with the incumbent players like Samsung and Apple in the smartphone market across the world. 

It’s new Nord series is essentially a replacement to the numbers series in the price category below $500 (could be lesser for India). The young popular smartphone has its huge fan base all over the world now, and looks likes they are finally going to get a more accessible phone. Maybe not the flagship killer, but a mid-range killer. What do you guys think of the new OnePlus Nord series? 

To mark the announcement teasers, OnePlus has released its much-awaited first episode of the four-part documentary built around the development of the new Nord series. Take a look at it below. 

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Samsung Care+ protection plan launched for Galaxy smartphone users in India   https://themrphone.com/tech/samsung-care-protection-plan?utm_medium=Feed&utm_source=Syndication https://themrphone.com/tech/samsung-care-protection-plan#comments Tue, 30 Jun 2020 10:43:50 +0000 https://themrphone.com/tech/?p=93605 Samsung Care+ protection plan launched for Galaxy smartphone users in India  Samsung in partnership with Servify has launched a new Samsung Care+ protection plan for its Galaxy smartphone users in India. This comprehensive protection plan shall cover several accidental, technical, and mechanical failure among many things.  The South Korean brand launched a pilot program in March...

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Samsung in partnership with Servify has launched a new Samsung Care+ protection plan for its Galaxy smartphone users in India. This comprehensive protection plan shall cover several accidental, technical, and mechanical failure among many things. 

The South Korean brand launched a pilot program in March 2020, which saw more than 1 lakh enrolment incising a huge demand for such service. Despite the lockdown between March and June, many consumers have enrolled in this program. 

Samsung Care+ Servify

Powered by Servify’s Device Lifecycle Management platform, this program will offer a range of benefits to safeguard the Galaxy smartphones against, accidental, physical, and liquid damage, as well as technical or mechanical failure. 

There are four custom packs designed by Samsung for consumers looking to buy Samsung care+ plans for their Galaxy smartphones. Learn about them below. 

Extended Warranty: Covers technical and mechanical failure for one year beyond the warranty period. • Screen Protection: Covers front screen damage for one year from the plan purchase date. 
Accidental Damage & Liquid Damage (ADLD): Covers accidental front and back screen damage and liquid damage for one year. 
Comprehensive Protection: Covers accidental physical and liquid damage (including screen) and technical or mechanical failure for two years.

Samsung Care+ is backed by the company’s country-wide network of over 1100 service centers. Note that these care+ packs are auto-activated on purchase and come with a hassle-free claim process, as reported by the brand. The pricing of these packs will depend on when you purchased the Galaxy smartphone. 

Customers can buy these packs with their new Samsung phones, or buy them within 30 days of the device purchase. Note, claim or repair status would be accessible on the go to Galaxy smartphone users. 

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LYPERTEK TEVI truly wireless earbuds with up to 70 hours of battery life launched in India at Rs 6,999 https://themrphone.com/tech/lypertek-tevi-tws?utm_medium=Feed&utm_source=Syndication https://themrphone.com/tech/lypertek-tevi-tws#comments Sat, 27 Jun 2020 08:01:26 +0000 https://themrphone.com/tech/?p=93590 LYPERTEK TEVI TWS - Feature ImageLYPERTEK has launched its first truly wireless earbuds in India. The LYPERTEK TEVI earbuds is a premium offering at not so premium pricing. The new TWS from one of the fastest-growing audio makers in the world brings a range of never-before-seen features in this category. ...

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LYPERTEK has launched its first truly wireless earbuds in India. The LYPERTEK TEVI earbuds is a premium offering at not so premium pricing. The new TWS from one of the fastest-growing audio makers in the world brings a range of never-before-seen features in this category. 

It is priced at Rs 6,999 and is available for purchase in two colour variants including Black and Ivory. With one year warranty, it is available at HeadPhone Zone, it’s the largest retailer of premium earphones and headphones. Let’s talk about the new LYPERTEK TEVI TWS earbuds below. 

LYPERTEK TEVI – Specifications

The highlight of the new LYPERTEK TWS is the battery life. Reportedly, it offers up to 70 hours of class-leading battery life, where 10 hours are available on a single charge, and the remaining 60 hours offered by the charging case. There is a support of Quick charging, which offers up to 2 hours of battery life in 15 minutes of charging. It has a type-C terminal for charging. 

Speaking about its unique feature qualities, it has a Qualcomm CVC 8.0 microphone for canceling out noise. There is aptX support, which essentially provides high-quality CD-quality sound. For iOS users, AAC codecs are supported. It is essentially a complete audio system including a DAC, Amp, and speaker. 

With 32-bit Qualcomm trig-core processor and Kalimba DSP technology together delivers a unique acoustic sound. Working in tandem, these technologies enhance connectivity and audio deliverables. The brand reportedly calls its new pair of TWS a completely waterproof design with an IPX7 rating. Notably, only the earbuds are IP rated, not the charging case. 

What do you guys think of the all-new earbuds from LYPERTEK?  Let us know in the comment section below. 

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Realme X3 with Snapdragon 855+ SoC and 20x Hybrid Zoom launched in India at Rs 24,999 https://themrphone.com/tech/realme-x3-details?utm_medium=Feed&utm_source=Syndication Thu, 25 Jun 2020 08:13:18 +0000 https://themrphone.com/tech/?p=93525 Realme X3 - Feature ImageRealme has launched its new smartphone in India, it is called Realme X3. The new handset from the brand is priced at Rs 24,999. It will retail in the country in 2 colours variants including Arctic White, and Glacier Blue. The handset will be made...

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Realme has launched its new smartphone in India, it is called Realme X3. The new handset from the brand is priced at Rs 24,999. It will retail in the country in 2 colours variants including Arctic White, and Glacier Blue. The handset will be made out of Aluminium alloy, Glass. It is said to sport an 8.9mm thickness and weight at 192 grams.

Display

Talking about the display of the Realme X3, it is a 6.57-inches display with a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels. It will have a 120Hz refresh rate. This means the pixel density of the screen is at 401 ppi. It is an IPS panel, which comes with a 20:9 aspect ratio. The screen-to-body ratio of the device is at 84.21%. The company teases that its display has a Capacitive, Multi-touch, Scratch resistant, 2.5D curved glass screen. 

Camera

As far as the camera department is concerned, it packs a quadruple rear camera setup. Where the primary rear camera is of 64.0MP and the secondary rear camera is of 12.0MP (telephoto). There an 8MP (wide) lens and a 2MP (macro) lens.  It comes with a Touch-to-focus, Phase Detection AF Autofocus technology. The rear camera is supported by a Dual LED flash. For selfies, you can make use of the 16.0MP + 8MP front camera.

Hardware and Software

The Realme X3 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ chipset, which comes with 8 Cores and clocks at 2.96 GHz. It is accompanied by a 6GB/8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage capacity. It will be running on the Android 10. Note that the external storage is not expandable. It comes with a side-mounted fingerprint sensor. As far as the battery life is concerned, its 4200mAh battery juice claims a day’s life. With 30W Dart charge. 

Realme X3 Full Specifications

Take a look at the detailed specifications of the new Realme X3 smartphone in the table below.

Brand Realme
   
Chipset Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+
RAM 6GB/8GB
Internal storage capacity 128GB
Screen size 6.57
Resolution 1080 x 2400
Rear Camera 64MP + 12MP (Telephoto) + 8MP (Wide) + 2MP (Macro)
External Storage No
Front camera 16MP + 8MP
Capacity 4200
Fingerprint It comes with a fingerprint sensor.
Battery 4200mAh
Display 6.57-inches 1080 x 2400 pixels 401 ppi
   

Realme X3 Price

The launch price of the Realme X3 smartphone is as follows. The new Realme X3 will go on sale on 30th June on Flipkart. 

6GB + 128GB – Rs 24,999

8GB + 128GB – Rs 25,999

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