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A Big Screen of A Projector

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A Big Screen of A Projector
A Big Screen of A Projector

Got a bunch of friends. Grab some snacks, sit some very comfortably and watch your favorite TV show or movie on a big screen off a projector.

Who doesn’t want that? But since projectors are quite expensive these days, this dream does not come true for everyone. So we went to the Internet. Browse through a couple of Web sites and God, this the blitz will be WBB one projector on our radar.

This projector is available at Bangor dot com just for eighty six dollars.

And for the prize, this project offers quite a lot. So how good are the features? Let’s find out. When it comes to design, this one does not have anything out of the ordinary.

It looks similar to most of the projectors in the market. But where it differs is in terms of portability. The projector is just seven centimeters thick and merely weighs one point twenty G’s. So it easily fits in your bags and traveling with it is quite hassle free.

The projector has a lens on the front which comes covered with a lens cap.

The front face off the projector also includes an eye, a receiver and literals branding right beneath it. A small Baade on the top features mirror finish surface, which comes with controlled buttons on it.

But since you get a remote controls with it, you might not use the control buttons that often.

There are also two knobs on the top of the lens. One of them lets the user adjust the keystone, whereas the other is to adjust the focus.

Similarly, you get all the connectivity ports on the right. There’s also a grill grid alongside which provides active cooling for the protector. Just if you’re wondering, there’s a power check speaker and another receiver on the back.

Since it’s a light projector, you can also mounted on a tripod.

And for that, you get a dedicated hole on the bottom. Alongside that, you get another hose for adjusting screw with which you can adjust angles on the projector screen. As for connectivity, there’s a BGA Fords and HDMI port, a US V port and a report and an audio output making use of the DGA or HDMI port.

You can connect this project here with UPC and use it as a big monitor.

Using the HDMI cable, you can also connect the gaming consoles like PlayStation and X logs and play games on it.

This project can also be used as a TV alternative. Just gonna act. You said a box to the projector with an issue on my cable and you can watch TV content on it. In addition to that, there is a USP type aiport. So plugging in your thumb drive or even your smartphone with it e.g. cable, you can showcase your media content on the go.

However, this project only reads text files and not your Microsoft Word or presentation files, so you will still need to get your laptop with you. If you are going for presentations and that’s a bummer.

Now let’s talk about the technical features. The blitz will be WBB one is a long throw.

A protector who has projects and size can be varied from twenty eight inch, 200 inch by varying the projection distance from one to three meters. So it can be handy invite variety of situations.

This project uses an LCD panel with LCD lamp of seventy five watts.

So unlike other DLP projectors, this one does not have color ghosting effect. Lab on DSP projectors do not last long because they usually have a lamp life of two thousand to five thousand hours.

However, this projector has a lamp life of fifty thousand hours. So even if you regularly use this projector for 10 hours on a daily basis, it will still last for over 13 years.

Pretty impressive, right? But what makes this quite unsatisfactory is its resolution.

It has a needed resolution of 720 with a support for full HD contents, since most of the projectors these days usually go with HD or Fourcade resolution. It cannot match them in terms of sharpness.

And while casting big images on the screen, you might even find some pixilation. But since this is a budget projector, such tradeoffs are usually inevitable. However, what you can do is maintain proper distance while viewing contents on it.

If the viewing distance is equal or more than the retina distance, you won’t notice any sort of pixelation.

And the picture looks seamless when it comes to colors. I found the project projector rather impressive, although the projector is not Aecio enabled. Colors were close to natural, but you need to use it inside darkrooms to notice it since the brightness of the lamp is just eighteen hundred lumens.

So make sure you pull the gaudens before watching movies or starting a presentation.

But since it has low contrast ratio, it may not help always. Sometimes dark content still gets subdued. So there’s that. ├ôscar audio. You’ll get a feel what speaker system in built inside the projector running it on full volume.

The audio is sufficient for a small group of people. However.

Higher volumes, you will notice distortion, the good events inside this also make some noise, which is highly noticeable while you’re playing on dents on the volume.

So if you want to subdue the noise and enhance the audio quality, you need to get a separate audio system that produces rich and loud audio.

The blitz will be WBB, but infrastructure is not one of the best projectors you find in the market. It is got fluid resolution. It does not have good brightness and contrast levels.

And the audio is not something great to talk about. But even with such tradeoffs, I find this value fact because of these vetoes, this project or might not be the most suitable for home theater systems, but for casual use and office or sloup as additions.

This might be sufficient for most so weighing the features of this project and its cost.

I consider this to be one of the best project is far below hundred dollars. But that was all for the review of the blitz will be WBB one project.

Your Ideal Laptops Or Normal Product

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Your Ideal Laptops Or Normal Product
Your Ideal Laptops Or Normal Product

Dell is probably the most versatile laptop manufacturer. Where two ultra portables and computers, tools like the Daily Express and everything in between Dell has got it all, but they’re everything in between does not get the attention they deserve.

Sure, they’re not the most powerful and the most portable laptops.

But these are your ideal laptops or normal product, if you, sir. So today we will be talking about one such laptop. The Dell Inspiron seven five eight zero.

The Inspiron lineup has three series of the 3000 that is the most affordable. The 5000 which lies somewhere in between. And the seven thousand, which is the most premium in the Inspiron series. T

he premium shows in the bill quality, too. If you ask me, these are perhaps the second best build from Dell after the XP lineup.

There’s metalic build all over except for the bezels around the display, and that is enough to give you a confidence boost about the durability. And with that kind of design language, it also manages to look good.

Of course, nothing to go whistling over, but still, it kind of reminds me of pre touch Barmak book era.

It’s also a pretty thin. And the weight. At one point eight Katis is okay considering its size and build quality. There are a few exhaust vents at the bottom and the back to dissipate heat, which we’ll talk about later.

The hinge looks pretty sturdy too and is stable, but you still can’t open up the laptop single handedly.

Overall, I’d say that the design language cream still just the right amount of premium and style, so nothing overboard for the price. Similar is the display on this one.

If it’s new resolution screen on a mat IPA Spanel makes for a standard kind of laptop display.

The fifteen point six inch display looks good, and even with the clean bezels, the webcam is still on the top. And that’s a good thing because even though I love XP s laptops, that’s the one for the edge.

Wrong. Anyway, back to the display you get about fifty three percent is achieved color coverage, which is not great but not terrible either.

That makes it suitable for everyday tasks, but not good enough for content creation.

Other than that, the viewing angles are decent except for some color shifts at extreme angles. Brightness is also 240 nitz, which could have been better. But still, for the praise, the screen is a lot better than the ones with a T and panel.

In addition, the laptop comes with a density McCulloh preinstalled with a total of five color profiles, which you can change your viewing experience with according to your preference.

Now let’s talk performance right up the h. M five eighty to sixty five U processor is not your intensive performer.

I mean, it can handle its own, but its tendency to be power efficient makes it not so suitable for heavy desk.

What it does fall behind the forty five what each and five processor of the XP as with deep Photoshop and illustrator runs.

Okay and over ten tabs on Google Chrome is a walk in the park, but where things like Adobe Premiere Pro and after effects things can get jittery.

But then again, content creation is held back by the blue color range and accuracy of the screen. Still, we tried doing those editing things on it, but for long length article, there’s quite a bit of heating. Even with the fan at full throttle, maybe because it has only a single sign in here.

But other than that, this laptop does other things pretty well. It has eight gigs, Ephrem and 256 U.B. of SSD, which ensure smooth performance in most desk’s in the gaming front.

Let’s be clear, this one is not meant for gaming, but you do get an entry level and makes 250 graphics card and it’s good enough for games.

Lexi is go and FIFA 19 on low settings to get about 60. FBN says it will handle things like Dota two and such, but I wouldn’t try anything else. Even if DMX 250 looks promising, its thermals don’t help in that department.

As for battery, it’s got a 41 what hour battery, which is mouth, but with a power efficient processor, it will last around five hours in normal usage.

But if you push it a bit harder, it will drop to around 2.5 hours. And it’s less than my expectations from a laptop like this for storage.

The 256 GP SSD is pretty fast. It can give you reach speeds of sixteen hundred MBBS while right speeds can go up to 800 MBBS, which is impressive. And while the SSD is pretty fast, it’s not plenty enough.

There’s room for another 2.5 and just hard drive or an SSD of the same size if you so want for selection. Looks regular.

You get a you, SBC and HDMI 2.0 to USP, a one of which gets PowerShares support and Ethernet port and SD card slot and an audio check. That’s pretty much it now for a regular laptop as this one. Now let’s move onto the keyboard and trackpad.

While the keyboard isn’t the best in the business, it’s still very tactile and the feedback is pretty good.

There is no no bad blood for a laptop of this size. It’s OK because it’s still a 14 inch body plus that keeps a keyboard clean and not overcrowded, which I don’t feel like. And what’s more, you get why backlighting on the keyboard and two levels of it.

So not the best keyboard, but still pretty good.

What’s good here is the track that I don’t think it’s plastic, but it’s not less either.

But whatever it is, it’s damn good. Not your express level, but better than other laptops I’ve used. It’s accurate. Very smooth for a non last track. That and using it actually is a joyful experience.

The size is commendable, touch is responsive and the gestures are on point. Clicks are also tactile and the pressure needs to register at Lake is almost perfect.

So unless you want to game with it, it will get the job done.

So that’s pretty much everything covered about this laptop. It is a great device for general usage. It’s portable. It’s well builds has good connectivity options and performance. Do is good enough for the price.

The disappointment here, however, includes the thermals and the battery life.

Overall, though, I like this laptop. The charger is pretty small and carrying it around is not a hassle. This device is not perfect, but it’s livable. One thing I like to mention is that maybe I like this laptop because we got it only for six hundred dollars.

It was at an offer that time, so we paid two hundred dollars less than its original price. And while this is an amazing deal, I feel like this is a good value for money laptop even at its original 800 dollar price tag. You can do like gaming, Photoshop and whatnot.

Plus, this is like the perfect machine for professional office scores, and it does make things, well, at least better than some others in this price category.

So that was all for the review of the Dell Inspiron seven five eight zero. Tell us, what do you think about the laptop in the comment section below?

The Samsung Galaxy A51 Review

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The Samsung Galaxy A51 Review
The Samsung Galaxy A51 Review

Hi, everyone. So Samsung recently launched the successor to the Galaxy 50 s, which, if you remember, was highly criticized for being overpriced at lunch.

Now we have the Galaxy 51 replacing the 50 s. I’ve had a few days with the fifty one wherein I have developed some impressions of it. And that is what I am going to be talking about in this article. So let’s get started.

OK, first things first, the design of it has taken me away like seriously, I would really like to know how Samsung hits the needle with the designs like this.

This one looks like a much better version of the 850 s and this. Just. Well. I am also quite impressed with the fact that the phone is still light thin and our economic all at the same time. But don’t be mistaken, by the looks of it. It’s not glass.

Samsung calls it plastic, but I truly think it’s plastic.

The sides feel sturdy like metal, but have not exactly been able to guess what it is anyways.

This 3D holographic got Batten’s look amazing. If you look at the back, you can see the camera as being placed in an L shaped arrangement, which seems to be the design language. The company will be following with its upcoming phones esthetically.

You get all the buttons on the right while the left side of it is reserved for the same trick. Down below, you get a deep sea port, a speaker and our beloved headphone jack. So yeah, I had uploaded the 50 S’s design in my review and I love this one too.

Another thing I absolutely love about this phone is the front of it. This six point five inches super ambulate screen is exactly what I was looking for.

There’s a tiny bunch all at the center of it, which, by the way, is smaller than the no plus.

And I like the fact that it looks almost non-existent. Anyways, the display is amazing. The colors that contrast those thin bezels all add to the niceties of the display.

While I’m on the subject of the phone’s good aspects, I would also like to mention that this phone comes with Android then out of the box with one UI 2.0. And having used this Android skin, it’s hard to like any other.

The UI is so easy to get used to and everything is just they’re so easily reachable, designed with further eased one handed usage on Samsung’s big phones in mind.

I must say that I really like the changes to it from the previous version of the one UI. The transition seems so much faster and smooth as well.

The layout of items has been managed differently and for good. While the camera’s UI has improved to overall, the UI looks more colorful and more managed and have always complained about one UI being slower on Samsung’s budget and midrange phones.

And finally, Samsung seems to have listed that. I would like to clarify that if see one that I’ve gotten to use is a preliminary unit.

So the experience might be even better when the phone hits the store.

This is because the first batch of review units don’t come with the final version of software installed in them. Now it’s time to talk about the performance. And I have literally never seen Samsung give the most compelling chips it in their budget and mid-range lineups.

And the story continues with the 850. When you get the exactness, nine six one one like on the 50 is. And that kind of makes me want to roll my eyes in disgust, considering the fifty one was supposed to be like a deserving upgrade over the 50 s.

Having said that, with that improve you, you will get better performance than the 50 s for short. However, what Samsung is still pathetic at is the implementation of a faster fingerprint sensor. I really do hope they improve on this.

And with haste now getting to the cameras, I don’t want to give my final judgment based on the review unit I have bought.

But as far as I’ve tested, I think the cameras are one of the best things about the device and the optimization seems to have improved.

And you also get a new camera UI, which looks more subtle than it was now talking about their specs. You get the same primary lens, a forty eight megapixel one, then you have an improved twelve megapixel ultra wide angle lens, a five megapixel depth sensor as before, and an additional five megapixel dedicated macro lens.

The macro lens seems better than the ones from real me or read me just slightly.

So I have clicked a few pictures from it and here they are. Take a look and judge for yourself. The primary lens works just as good. The colors on it are punchy and the details are on point. I clicked the samples on a clear, sunny day and well, they look absolutely amazing.

What I like about Samsung devices is that they have the best optimization for skies and greenery. Again, though, these images look good. They might be much better in the retail units, which I will test and tell you guys in my full review. As for now, these are the wide angle images. They are sharp and have Fula colors, just like the primary lens.

You get nice colors in skies and greenery to allow.

I think this is one of the best ultra wide agonal images ever seen on a mid-range phone.

Now let’s get to the portrait’s that the 50 is had good portrait imaging capability and same goes here with the fifty one as well.

The estimation in portrait is fairly good. Under a good lighting, you can get some truly amazing portraits like this one here. The camera does move in the.

Thick skin a little bit. But the end result. I must say, is fairly good. The 32 megapixel says the cap works fine, too. It’s kind of similar to what was there on the 50 s., which I had light. And you get similar results from the 50 one.

The software based portrait SE would have the best interdiction, but looks good for what it’s worth talking about the videos. There is still no 60 SBSF capability and civilization.

Is there only four days ATP videos. However, I haven’t had much time with it to check them very well, so I will leave that for the full review. Bachu Ways you get the same four thousand mph. Bachi on the Ifti one like that of the 50 s.

Bear that with an energy efficient and an end processor and a super amwell a display. You get battery life that is more or less similar to the 50 s which lasted me for an entire day up on moderate usage.

So if I have to give my final impression on the Galaxy 51 one, I would like to applaud Samsung for giving such a premium, looking for an at a mid-range price segment.

Similarly, the display with its flagship, like Bantul and Super Ramlet battle, looks very attractive.

The UI has been upgraded for good, and it is faster and smoother than ever. Similarly, the cameras also look very promising. As far as our destiny, however, performance has never been Samsung strongest suits.

And even though the exactness nine six one one is not a bad chipset, you can get better performance in phones like the Raymi noted pro or the real me x2. So overall, I think the Galaxy 51 is a good choice, but not the wisest when it comes to performance.

Best Rode Wireless Review

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Best Rode Wireless Review
Best Rode Wireless Review

And this is something most emerging, you tubers and bloggers tend to struggle at. Now, there are plenty of audio setups out there which does cost quite a lot.

And even if you buy the most expensive of audio, here’s setting them up is another hassle.

So today, what we have with us is the road violence scope. It’s a budget violence audio kit that is super compact, super simple and has great audio quality.

So we thought, why not review it? So let’s get started. All right, so let’s get started with the unboxing right out of the box. The Road by Lisco comes with these.

A receiver, a transmitter. You also get a three point five M-M two three point five M-m Jack to connect it to your camera. These fluffy wind noise reducers call dead cats to you.

SBC charging cables to charge each one individually and a small boat.

The transmitter is the one that stays with you. You can easily clip it up on your shirt. And it is actually small enough to stay there comfortably. This transmitter has a single button to turn it off or on. And these indicators, one, two is battery level.

While the other shows the connection, there’s also the three point five M-m headphone jack to connect another audio input like a laugh make if you so prefer.

But there’s a built in microphone right there, which is also good enough. The receiver has a small screen to denote your battery level on both the transmitter and receiver. And this here is to denote your signal strength and audio levels.

It’s also got two buttons, one to switch between the three decibel levels, minus twelve. Minus six and zero. And another one to initiate a connection.

If they don’t connect automatically, it’s clip. It was also the size of a standard called to on the camera. So you can mount it easily as well. A little side note here. These two will connect automatically when they’re turned on.

I’ve never had to press the button twice. And in the off chance that they don’t.

You can always do it, though. Connection protocol is a standard digital transmission with two point four gigahertz frequency. Just like your regular home Wi-Fi.

And while the connection in a straight line of sight is about 70 meters, which I think is quite a lot, but you might face single interruptions in crowded areas because of other Wi-Fi is operating in that area.

One thing I like to clear up is that you can only use a single transmitter with one receiver.

So if you want to make up multiple people, you will need a whole lot of transmitters and receivers, too. However, it claims that you can actually operate with eight of these in a single area without signal interferences.

I haven’t had the chance to do that because I don’t have eight of these and I don’t see why anyone would want to do it either. Anyways, moving on to the audio quality.

These are pretty good for a two hundred dollar gear. It’s built in making give you a good enough sound quality at a medium decibel level.

That is at minus six DB. The sound is a bit muffled. The trouble is a bit high and there’s a bit of noise too. So adding a laugh mike on it will instantly make the sound much better.

The amount of noise is reduce. The audio levels is good, but again, it will sound much better.

Add minus to a DB unless you’re outside with a lot of activity going on minus twelve. DB is the best setting. Talking about the strengths of the connectivity, I tested it at various distances to and even at distances up to 50 meters.

You can get the same level of audio except for when you are in a crowded or urban area, because if people walk by you or our vehicles pass by, then that can interfere with the signal.

Also, this thing can record usable audio only when you’re in the line of sight. If you move over from the line aside, then that can break the signal.

But as I said earlier, I don’t see any instances where people have to move away while recording an audio. They did get that come with the road.

Wireless go might prove to be somewhat useful in breaking the wind noises, but they are quite difficult to put on and fall off easily, too.

So I hope Road will come up with a better solution in the near future.

Talking about the battery, the Road Violet School can a record up to seven hours once charged fully, depending on the audio levels and distance. Right. So the Road by Lisco is definitely a great audio recording here, especially for the price of two hundred dollars and with a budget.

Mike, the price can go up to 250 dollars, which is about the same as the road video might prove. And compared to the road video, Mike Pro, the audio quality is more or less the same in similar conditions, of course.

We tested them both out in a closed audio setup and we could not find much differences between the two.Mike Rowe sounds a bit fuller, but the road violence school is not so far behind.

Mike Pro in our normal studio setup. So now we’re testing the audio from the road violence school in an indoor set up within a distance of two meters.

This means that you can use it in a number of different settings and a fixed amount of distance is not an issue. In case of the video, Mike Pro, it’s you need directional.

So you have to adjust accordingly. Also, the distance is limited to something like two meters max. Anything farther than that would lead to a decrease in quality, making it a studio setup. For most part, that’s not an issue with the road wireless go.

As long as you are in a straight line and in fairly quiet environment, even outdoors, you can record some great usable audio. This makes it insanely suitable for bloggers and most YouTube is out there. I simply can’t stress it enough.

But this one is super portable and super easy to use and it’s also good to be used without an external make.

But if you’re looking for some resistance to external noise or EKOS, you simply can’t beat the combination with a laugh make. In other words, this is a highly recommended audio gear. So the road wireless go is the audio system we are using right now and we are pretty happy with it.

So if you’re looking to start logging or to start a YouTube channel, then this might be a very affordable yet a very good option. So that was all for the review of The Road by Lisco.

Mid-Range Phones Redmi 7A vs Realme C2

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Mid-Range Phones Redmi 7A vs Realme C2
Mid-Range Phones Redmi 7A vs Realme C2

We all know that midrange phones are getting better with every lunch. And that is because of the healthy competition that’s there among the rents.

But what about the budget phones? Because we all know that brands like Beeble Opel’s Samsung and while we are not even in the budget game. So in the budget segment, the choices are pretty limited.

We recently reviewed there you see two, which was in fact a good phone on a budget.

And today I have with me the Red Army 70, which promises to be a smart phone for the smart country. So instead of doing a full review, we thought, why not?

Compared with the real me? See to find out which is a better deal among the two. So let’s get started. After this short intro.

First, let’s take a look at the design of both the photos, the seven. It comes with a basic design and a matte back. The front has a thick top and bottom bezzle, and it’s safe to say that there is nothing exciting about the design of this boat. And this is the area where the real me see two edges over the seven eight with its diamond got bag design with textures. It provides a more premium look. This screen is also bigger and with a trendier notch and smaller razzles. So in terms of design, my bag would be the real Mesi, too.

And even moving on the front, the display on the viewer may see to change the red me seven eight, the right me seven eight has a five point four inches display with 18 to nine aspect ratio.

But as the real ME two comes with a bigger six point two inches display and a taller nineteen point five to nine aspect ratio, the C two also has Gorilla Glass free protection, which the seven E lacks in terms of color, reproduction and brightness.

Both do a decent job for the price. So yes, in terms of display to the real me C two is a better pick. Now let’s talk about the cameras on these phones.

And this is the area where I truly thought that the Red Army seven eight will.

I’ll change there. You only see two. After all, it has the Sony AIM export eighty six sensor, which, if I remember correctly, was there on me too as well. However, after clicking tons of photos, I was surprised to see the result.

So you see, two is a clear winner here from Dynamic Range, two colors, two details that we only see. Two simply captures better images in both daylight and low light conditions. The C two also has to work cameras with the secondary lens working as a sensor for portraits.

And needless to say, the portraits on the room, you see two are better compared to the real seven eight. Even in the selfie images, the Raymi 78 isn’t that good.

The CDU has more details and captures better photos. So I am really disappointed to see there any Sereni lose the battle against The View on ABC two, even while having a superior censor.

This proves how important image processing on chipset and software processing is when it comes just Maplin photography for the performance.

The Read Me seven eight comes with Snapdragon for thirty nine when the V on the C two facts mediatheque he would be twenty two chips. It the benchmark score is more or less the same. But I found the actual performance to be slightly better on the right me seven eight.

Maybe it’s the animation or better optimization. The read me seven eight will feel a little bit faster as both games. Well both are not very good.

You can play Lewen games with ease, but anything above that. Trust me, you won’t have a good gaming experience. Like, for example, Bob Jewy runs on loose settings with minimum lag’s on the road.

Museveni Well, there’s a lot of lags and starters on the BBC two with Ashford’s nine, the setu manages to run well around me. Seven eight does not even open.

So if you play a lot of games, I would advise you to add some more money and get phones like the real me three. With him you’d be sixty chips it or the baby node seven with Snapdragon 660. These phones will let you play hand games like Bob G and Ashfall nine in medium settings.

Now when it comes to the software, both these phones run on Android by both have its own skin on top and M-I. UI is obviously a better choice here.

Yes, you get ads here and there, but M-I UI is just better than what Rami’s offering with the color OS here for security. You can see here on the back for these phones like a fingerprint sensor, but software based based on log on. Both these phones work well in relet conditions. So you may see two is marginally faster than the retinae seven eight.

But in dimly lit conditions, it face difficulty in detecting face. So in terms of security, both share the spoils with a point each.

Now, moving onto us, the batteries of these phones both have a 4000 image battery. But despite having the same battery capacity, we found the C2 to be better in terms of standby time and screen on time.

Also, audio midships the phone with a Denmark charger. But as red meat still ships with if by what charger. So the charging time on the Red May seven ATX a major hits unless you buy a 10 what charger for which you will need to invest more.

And this is not why people buy budget phones to invest in extra cash and talking about extras. The audio quality from the speaker and three point five M-m headphone jack on both these phones are. Well, that.

So to conclude, both read me seven, eight, and the reason we see two are the best budget points you can buy right now.

But even to the right, me 70 looks better on paper.

The real me C two is definitely a better pick because it has this huge display. Better design, better cameras and a better battery life. So if you were to choose between the Read Me 70 and there you only see two.

You should definitely go for the viewer Mesi too. So that was our comparison of the Red Army seven. And so the real Mesi to do let us know in the comments below.

The Nokia C2 Review

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The Nokia C2 Review
The Nokia C2 Review

Budget votes these days can be a bit tricky. Spend a little more and you can go home with a much better performing device, but you can always go down the money saving route for at least a decent status smartphone.

And one such phone in today’s market is the Nokia set to launch as a successor to the No. Yes. One, it does bring some sizable upgrades.

So is it worth your money or should you invest a little bit more on a better phone? Let’s find that out in this review, starting with the design.

The back of the C two seems like it has a matte finish, but that’s not it made a full of active material.

The phone has a you need to design with two color options, scion and black. And as you can see, I have the black variant. The phone is easy on the hands and also has curved edges for that soft undertone yet.

What’s really exciting is how repellent the back panel is to fingerprints or smudges.

And it’s not slippery either. There’s the power button and volume rockers at the right and a dedicated Google assistant trigger on the left. These are made of plastic, but clicking enough and get the job done.

And if you’re someone who can make do without the dedicated assistant button, you can remap it using a third party app like Button Mapo. Similarly, you will find a three point five and then headphone jack at the top and the micro US before to at the bottom.

The single camera set up alongside an MTV flash is placed in a vertical module on the top center position with a minimal bump.

You can also see the Nokia Niemi etched sidewards in the center by the speaker.

Gravesides on the bottom left corner getting to the front. The Nokia. He too has a traditional bezel. Less design all around, especially on the top and at the bottom, measuring five point seven inches.

This eyepiece LCD panel comes with an EU plus resolution and an 18 to nine aspect ratio.

Its sharpness does not bring any complaints either. So that’s great. At the top, there isn’t any flash. Yes, a front facing flashlight, a microphone and the stealthy camera followed by yet another Nokia branding.

Now talking about the core display itself, its color reproduction is fine and so is the viewing angles. No, guess you two can get pretty bright, though. Not enough to maintain visibility under direct sunlight.

But overall, for the price, the display panel is actually very good.

However, I did encounter some issues with its aspect ratio. Admittedly, some apps and games are not optimized here.

The one that I noticed is Clash Royale, where the bottom menu inside the game has this Janki layout.

Furthermore, playing YouTube videos was also a trap, since the most common sixteen is to nine videos would adjust a screen with massive black bars on the side there.

This with those big vessels on the top and the bottom. Then the viewing experience becomes a little unsettling. It doubles as the cameras. The new guest, he comes with a combo of five megapixel sensors, one at the back and the other one at the front and a some other cost phones from the company.

These aren’t sites uptakes, which is to be expected.

Having a bare minimum set of features, the cameras on the new guest.

You two are nothing to write home about. Most cameras have a best Macala quality, with images looking lifeless and desaturated at most times.

Here, the red camera has a faintly better color reproduction of the two, provided that the subject’s color spectrum is not dynamic. Images aren’t that sharp either, and get grainy in the slightest.

Degrade in lighting conditions, but with enough patience and belitz the rounding, it can deliver workable photos for taking notes and such.

Moving on the front, facing camera performs similarly as well.

The images and desaturated and grainy. Nevertheless, at the end of the day, it works just fine for video quality purposes onto the performance side of things and no guest.

He too is powered by a quad core unique sock SC clocked at one point bogey goods. This is bad with one TV Efram and 16 TV off in Jonan storage bearing this entry level specifications. The phone runs on a lighter go.

It shouldn’t based on Android nine. Yeah, that one’s a bummer because we were all on our way to Android eleven now and this one’s not even running in its closest predecessor.

And because I, OKC too does not run on Android one program like many other Nokia phones. I doubt that this one’s going to get to Android Levitt. All things considered, the performance of this phone is quite admirable, I must say.

Yes, you’ve got to work with lightest apps possible. But if that isn’t an issue for you, then you’ll guess he too will serve you well with just a gigabyte of RAM.

And that too, with about five hundred M.B available for actual usage. Multitasking was a far fetched idea to begin with. So I toggled on the don’t keep activity settings inside developer options and also turn off sys animations while I was at it.

And yes, these tweaks definitely help improve the phone’s performance by quite a. Browsing through social media apps like Facebook, like YouTube, go Instagram, etc., are well within reach.

And you can even play some undemanding games like Candy Crush Reduction, etc.I also tried outs of Bay Surfer and Castro yowled, but they were a bit jittery. I’ll be at playable.

Surprisingly, the face lock is quite fast. Digging about a second or two to get you to the home screen. Talking about the battery life, I have been consistently impressed by Nokia phones in the past and I was glad to discover that the new Kessy to keep the traditional life even though twenty eight hundred million bars cell sounds small on paper.

It really is an all day. And as the company advertises with hours of bingeing, YouTube videos and with a few web browsing and gaming here and there in low to medium ripeness, the new case he took can net out five to six hours, a spin on time.

And did I mention that the battery is used? A removable yes, you can buy an extra battery and replace it when you run out of juice.

It kind of reminds me of my school days. However, charging the phone is a bane as the five watch our show that you get inside the box.

Took me about two hours and 52 minutes to charge the phone from zero to 100 percent audio wise. There’s the aforementioned speaker at the back of the phone and it’s all right at low volume, but gets all kinds of muffled when raising it to the max.

I guess you also get earphones inside the box, which, unlike the speaker, sounds great. Goncourt can be an issue, though, since the all plastic earpiece can be difficult to put on for a long time to some, including me.

But I like the fact that the companies, including line inside the box, which can be very useful if you’re into F.M. radio and such.

Wrapping it all up. In all fairness, I believe the Nokia C2 is a reasonably well performing smartphone for the price. It is well built, has excellent battery life, runs on stock Android, and the core performance is good as well.

Ideal for first smartphone users like school level students or the elderly. This phone can assist in your regular everyday desk.

Sure, you could spend a little bit more and get a better device.

But I believe the Nokia see to get me a better price to productivity ratio. So that was all for our review off the budget Nokia seemed to do. Write down your thoughts about the device in the comment section below.

The Realme 6i Review

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The Realme 6i Review
The Realme 6i Review

Hey, guys, so today I’m here with the real MI6 I global variant or watch Real Me likes to call the naso den for the Indian market.

I have been using this phone for like a month. And please don’t get it confused with the Indian variant of the your MI6 eye, because that is a totally different phone. Anyways, the real MI6 guy that I have here is the cheapest phone in the real MI6 line up.

So let’s dove straight into the review to find out if it’s worth buying over the more expensive MI6. Looks like the real ME six. I offer something new to the table.

Yes, it’s a plastic bills with a plastic frame. But just look at it. It’s stunning. And an eye candy. I have this flight variant with me, which has a matte finish and looks interesting.

However, I did find some creeks at the center of the back of it, which got me a little disappointed.

And if you remember, the more expensive your mistakes and the real MI6 bro had a side mounted fingerprint scanner. But this one gets a rare amount of fingerprint sensor, which, by the way, is comfortable to reach and fast do the buttons on the side.

Asadi tactile and give good enough feedback. So that’s nice.

Down below you have the speaker. That is just about average. And having used this phone for more than a month. I haven’t had scratches on the back whatsoever. All thanks to the clear case that comes inside the box.

Similarly, there is also an inbuilt screen protector up front that provides extra protection to the display. I really appreciated what companies do that. Additionally, the screen here is also protected by go to like glass three.

Which brings me to the display side of things here. Real Me has opted for a six point five inches IPSC LCD screen with a regular 60 hertz refresh rate.

The only thing that has put me off about it is its resolution, which is just HD gloss. So if you watch videos on YouTube, you can only go up to 17 feet. Also, in many instances, I’ve found that the display here tries to over sharpen the content on it, which makes some videos have a V texture.

And I am not particularly fond of the color reproduction of it, too, although the brightness levels are sufficient for most scenarios except for extremely sunny outdoor conditions.

So yes, I am a bit put off in the display side of things because of the lower resolution and also considering how its closest competitor, the Read Me Notes nine, has an epic discrete watchdogging of competition.

What’s similar on the real MI six I and the red we know it’s nine are the chipsets, the six features.

MediaTech Yoji 80 while the ME notes nine has the almost similar Higuchi eighty five. But even though these chipsets are almost similar, I found the gaming performance to be better on The View in MI six.

As I mentioned in my Robonaut nine review, it is not very optimized for gaming.

As I got a stuttering expedients, Wesley Bob G et smooth graphics and all frame rates while in the same setting the real mystics, I gave me almost a stutter free experience. Similar league games like Call of Duty and Ashfall nine done well in high settings with moderate heating at the back of the device.

But graphics definitely do not look very good on the real mistakes eye because of the resolution constraint of the display and because of that, if you cash in a little bit more, you will be getting a much better expedients with the 90 Hertz display offer you and MI6 or the super and on the display on the Galaxy M twenty one.

On the other hand, doing normal tasks or a casual multitasking is not a problem with this phone going around.

The UI has been considerably smooth and I have never faced any issues while using this phone for my everyday use.

In fact, as a heavy user, this phone has very well that stood my usage, which is something I appreciate about the six eight. However, you might know from my previous real reviews, I am not a very big fan of the you and me UI as I prefer something cleaner and more minimalistic, something like the one UI or the oxygen OS.

But what I do have to say is that bloatware on this loop, will they enter through you and me six I is considerably lesser than the Indian variants.

So ten. As for memory, the unit I have has for TVO Offramp and 120 HGV storage that can be expanded via a dedicated SD card slot.

All in all, I’m really satisfied with the performance of the real six I especially the gaming bite as it provides a little advantage over its competition presently. Let’s talk about the cameras now.

There are four lenses in total here. Primary forty eight megapixel lens and eight megapixel ultra wide angle lens, a two megapixel macro lens and a two megapixel black and white portrait lens.

After testing the cameras, what I found out was they are okay in all the photography aspects.

The colors seem good. The pictures have good enough dynamic range as well. And they are fairly sharp and detail to at least for the price. I compared its cameras to the Raymi notes nine as well and found that apart from the color aspects, these phones do a pretty similar job in terms of normal images.

There are only six eye does make the color look a bit punchy.

But other than that, these cameras have resulted in a similar performance.

What looks different is the ultra wide angle images between these two phones as a real MI6 eye has a slightly better dynamic range. The Raymie notes nine most of the times does well, too, but the results are highly inconsistent. Even portrayed images look slightly better on the real and the. When you look at the subject.

However, both the phones are pretty average at edge detection in terms of self use. You get a 16 megapixel sensor that does a fine job.

The Southeast look near to natural with good looking skin tone and overall colors while comparing it with the Raymie. Nine.

Both of them failed to lock vibrancy in the background, but both do a pretty good job in terms of the subject.You can go on the view on these six I Istana ATP 60 episodes, while you can only go up to 10 ATP 30 SFB s on the red Maeno each night.

But the read me n nine is better stabilized than the real MI six. I intend 80 30 FBN videos. Quality wise, they both basically do not have many differences. So if you are someone who does not have steady hands shooting videos from the six, I will be shaky, right?

Nightime images are not the best on the real MI6 six either, as the No.9 evidently does a better job with details and exposure. Both phones have very similar night mode capabilities, though, Bachchu. Guys to be on MI6.

I have a five thousand media empire sales, which, when paired with the low res display, provided me with excellent endurance. I was able to nick almost duty’s of battery life by turning on the Smart Saver option in the battery settings in a normal setting.

It easily lasted me for more than a day, which is really impressive in my opinion.

However, note that the endurance I am talking about is in moderate kind of usage, but charging on the phone is comparatively slow with its 18 wide fast charger that takes it from zero to 100 percent in two hours and thirty five minutes.

All in all, considering how good the ME six and six pro were, the real me six turns out to be a pretty average offering with a subpar 80 plus display. If the phone had a good display, I might have recommended this one, but sadly, that’s not the case. So should you go for the Read Me N nine instead?

Well, definitely no, because it’s also a pretty average offering with not so good gaming performance.

And like I said in my ride, you know, it’s 9D Review. My personal favorite budget phone right now is the Galaxy M twenty one, although the price might vary depending on where you live here, the Galaxy M twenty one is priced similar to that of the red me n nine.

And the real me six. And with the Galaxy M 21, you get a really, really good Amila panel.

Zeno’s nine six one one that is better optimized for gaming than the heat Yoji 80. And most importantly, the cameras which are so much better than the real MI6 eye or their immunogenic improve.

So that was our review of the global Vade Intrinsics Eye or the Naso 10. What do you think? Is it worth the money or would you chip in some extra cash to buy the dual MI6 or the Galaxy M 21 instead? Do let us know in the comments below.

Redmi 8 Redmi 8A Review

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Redmi 8 Redmi 8A Review
Redmi 8 Redmi 8A Review

Hello, everyone. Pratima here and today I have these budget smartphone’s from Shammy, the red meat and the red meat. I have been playing with these bones for a week now.

And to be honest, I think that these are the best budget funds you can buy right now, at least here in the US.

The red meat starts to feed 12000 here and the red meat for plus 60 for TB variant is priced atropine. Fifteen thousand. I mean, these are crazy pricing, even their Chami standards. And having already known the specs right before its launch.

My initial impression was, OK, there must be a huge compromise in the design.

But once I got hold up with these phones, damn, I was really impressed with how they looked and how we feel. Although you get a plastic bag on the cheaper red meat.

This does not look like a cheap phone. The design is minimalistic and on-hand.

The feel is good, too. And then we have the red meat with a glass back. Personally, I like the design of this one as compared to last year’s more expensive red meat No.7 proof.

So you get the gist. Moreover, Chami has included a type seaport here and both of these phone supports eating what, quick charging? For me, that’s a big plus because until now you absolutely had to buy a mid-range phone to enjoy the perks of fast charging. And one more thing. You don’t get the fast Jaggar inside the box with these phones.

But the iPhone 11, that is like 10 times more costly than this one does not come with one either. So there’s there’s less to complain.

But if you are buying these phones, do get yourself an 80 more charger, because both these phones have this big five thousand MEAC battery with the Imbil charger.

It will take over three hours to charge, but with the 80 Warde charger. It’s significantly faster, like about two hours about the battery.

Since you get a bigger battery capacity, it should last you for two days. If you are a Monterey’s user, I am a pretty heavy user. So it lasted me for like a day and a half. Now, what standard on these phones is its display? You get six point two inches as cheap.

Last panel and an eyepiece blend with a 20 or 19 is the nine aspect ratio.

There is a tiny notch on the top and a big bezzle on the bottom, considering the price. The quality of the display panel is fine. They have fairly good colors. It’s moderately bright. And most importantly, the touch response is swift for protection.

Chami has included Gorilla Glass five in its display and P2 Ikuo thing that makes the phones flash resistant. Both are red.

Me eight and 80 feature the same camera sensor, the Sony IMX three six three.

And even though Chami advertises these bones to have the same camera sensor as the Pixel three, the quality is far from even comparing the pixel visual for a dedicated image processor.

And the software optimization is what makes the picks off camera so great. And since both of these technologies are lacking in the red meat and eight aid, the images are just about average.

The camera struggles to lock focus and ETR images takes some time to process. But once you pass these two factors, the images are OK.

And if you have the right exposure of light, images are surprisingly better. Both the red me eight and eight, a support for trade mode. But since only the red meat has a dedicated depth sensor, it does a better job.

And like the normal images, the portrait images are also a hit or miss.

If you are at the right position and uniform light, I must say some of the portraits looks very good. Sophies also shared the same story.

Good if you have good light and steady hands. Now, I have seen a lot of you guys complain about the choice of chips. It’s in these phones because there is no upgrade coming from the Raymie 70 to 80 and there’s actually a downgrade from the Raymie seven to eight.

Yes, I do understand your frustration, but I think the people who actually buy these phones prioritize on other aspects, like a bigger display, better cameras and more storage.

On a different note, Qualcomm chipsets are more on the expensive side.

So I think MediaTech should capitalize on this by maybe coming up with a budget gaming chips. Anyways, the performance with the Snapdragon 439 is not bad at all. And since these phones are intended for first time smartphone users, they will not feel slope’s multitasking.

Two to three light apps is achievable, but opening of apps, especially those heavy ones, will take some time, though, with the new M-I UI. Eleven.

The icons and notification banner look more minimalistic and I have like the fact that both these phones have already received the M-I UI eleven will be on the gaming performance is not bad either.

Like games have no problem running whatsoever and even graphics demanding games like buggy is playable in the lowest of settings.

Now coming to the extras, you get a fingerprint scanner on the red meat, which is as fast as the note, a proof that it lacks a fingerprint sensor.

So you have to do away with a face unlock. So there you have it, guys. My take on the red me eight and eight eight.

I seriously do think that these are the best budget offerings in the market. Right now. What do you guys think? Do you guys have any other phones, you know, that can meet them? Do let me know in the comments below.

The Samsung Galaxy M11 Review

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The Samsung Galaxy M11 Review
The Samsung Galaxy M11 Review

The Galaxy 21 and the M thirty one that we interviewed a while back were excellent value for money smartphones. Both were equipped with excellent super amulet displays, awesome cameras and huge six thousand millionth batteries.

So these devices lived up to the legacy of Samsung’s LCD smartphones.

And now the company has added a new entry to the lineup in the form of the Galaxy Eleven, which is slightly cheaper than the entry run.

With that, you might expect the galaxy and elevon to be an equally value oriented smartphone like its expensive siblings. But that’s far from the truth.

Frankly, I am quite disappointed with Samsung as they could have easily capitalized on the antechinus in demand and given a good set of specs on this phone launched at 19000 in Nepal and 11000 in India.

I simply don’t recommend anybody to buy this phone and there are a bunch of reasons for that. So stick till the end of this video to find out.

Design wise, the Galaxy Eleven has a match plastic bag. And honestly, I don’t have a problem with it. The phone is lightweight with an agnostic design featuring curved edges.

That helps for a comfortable grip. Similarly, the fingerprint sensor is located at the back and is positioned perfectly in terms of reach and unlocking. It is pretty fast and accurate, too. You can opt for the software based based on luck as well.

But this only works when you are in an environment with enough lighting. All the buttons are placed on the right side and a fairly tactile and responsive to click here as well. Moving on to the display, you get a six point four inches Eesti plus TFT panel with a bunch Walcott out on the top left side for the front facing camera.

And even though it’s a TFT battle, galaxy of eleven isn’t terrible to look at, it has an acceptable color spectrum with good enough viewing angles and a moderate level of brightness.

Yet the problem lies in what a few extra bucks could get you.

For instance, the Galaxy M2 anyone offers a much speedier 50 plus super amulet panel and cost just about rupee’s fifteen hundred for this upgrade in India.

As a result, I really wish Samsung had gone with an efficiency IP panel or even a seven queeny B super amole one. Having praised the company’s display technologies for so long, it is kind of weird to see the company go corners in the display department.

Next up is the performance and this is the aspect. I am truly, truly disappointed.

While its direct competitors like you and me and read me are opting for the latest gaming centric Helio chipsets from mediatheque, Samsung is still stuck with the two year old Snapdragon 450 on the Galaxy.

And we leave it there, this outdated chipset with a marriage BGB Efrem.

The performance on this phone. Isn’t that good? But casual tests like web browsing, chatting or light multitasking are well handled by the M Eleven. However, that’s about it.

The inferiority of the phones becomes vivid once you bring slightly heavier apps into the mix or try to relaunch an app. After keeping it in the memory for a while.

To compare, I have also been using the Rendi Notes nine, which comes at a similar price. And here’s a note. Nine performs far better with greater fluidity and responsiveness compared to the Galaxy. Eleven.

Thanks to the heat yohji eighty five associate getting the game in.

You can already imagine how my experience went and you’d be right. I couldn’t even play the standard but mobile in the lowest of settings. Therefore I had to resort to 5G lite for a playable experience instead.

Surprised in the call of duty, mobile is smooth enough under medium settings. Moreover, it was also quite disappointing to witness the terrible Gotch latency, which totally ruined my gaming experience altogether.

Now back again. A good chipset in budget and mid-range phones has never been Samsun strongest suits.

But seeing this sudden surge in demand for media takes affordable associates should at least be an eye opener for the company. I mean, I’ve already made my point here as to how the Snapdragon 450 on the Alisi and Eleven lags behind media Dixie CVG 70 or the Higuchi 80.

Additionally, because of the Snapdragon 450, Samsung has had to install the core version of its regular when you add two point zero based on Android 10.

What this means is you don’t get all the features that you typically get in a Samsung midrange phone like a dedicated night mode, not security, etc. Yet this phone is full of compromises. Moving on to the cameras, disappointments follow once again.

The Galaxy M Eleven has a triple camera setup at the back, which consists of a 13 megapixel camera lens. If I’ve megapixel ultra wide angle lens and finally a two megapixel depth sensor.

Honestly, the images from the primary sensor do a pretty good job under relet environment.

Even though the overall color calibration algorithm is simply not on the same level as that of the M twenty one due to this, the shorts don’t look as livelier as I’d want, and I’m not even expecting anything extraordinary out of this thing considering the price. Similarly, the low light images are pretty unusable since they tend to be flooded with greens.

And unless your hands are as steady as a rug, you will always be getting a blurry image. As I said earlier, there is no dedicated night mode on this one either, which further complicates the situation.

Talking about the ultra wide angle lens. It’s no good either.

The resulting shots have less than vibrant colors, lack any sort of detail, and are therefore subpar. Only portrait images are average too. You can see how inaccurate and inadequate the background there is, which goes on to show their budget truths.

And like the red cameras, the eight megapixels that the camera produces, just average results to the skin tone looks damningly feel and unlike anything you’d expect from a Samsung smartphone.

Likewise, let’s not talk about the videos in general as it is limited to 10 ATP resolution at 30. Yes, with average colors, zero stabilization, plus the limited dynamic range.

So overall, the galaxy we live in is slightly below what I’d call average. On the contrary, this likely cost the Galaxy 21. Capture is much better looking. Images in practically every aspect of your photo or videographer.

Now, you guys must be tired of hearing me complain about the spawn rate.

So a small piece of good news comes in the form of battery endurance. The phone has a massive five thousand million bar cell, which easily lasted me a day and a half.

Samsung has also included a decent 15 watt charger inside the box that takes about two hours and 15 minutes to Juice of the Galaxy and 11 from nil to full charge. So let’s wrap it all up now.

Look, I am on the sounds of products. I use the Galaxy s 20 plus as my primary phone and the Galaxy Watch active do as my smartwatch. And I have openly praised the Galaxy M 21 and the M thirty one.

Having said that, the Galaxy and eleven, on the other hand, is just an average offering.

And that’s me putting it really nicely.

No company definitely could have or rather should have given much better specs, especially in the performance and camera department.

Thus, if you asked me, I would strongly recommend that you skip the Emmy living with the M twenty one by cashing in an additional couple of thousand rupees with the M twenty one, you’ll be getting a much better device in general.

Or if you are really tight on a budget and can not afford to spend more. I suggest you go for Nashua’s mid-range phones like the red meat or The View, he said.

So that was all for our honest review of the Galaxy M eleven. What would you do it? Would you go for the Galaxy and eleven? Or would you go for my advice to let me know in the comments below?

New Xiaomi MI Band Review

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New Xiaomi MI Band Review
New Xiaomi MI Band Review

Fitness bands, as my watches are quite popular these days. And why not? Health is wealth after us up. And Shamis, among the most popular choices around the world when it comes to their fitness band lineups.

And today I have with me the much hyped shot me me band, for I have been using this for the past 10 days. And here’s the review. Let’s get started.

The first and the most noticeable change that’s happened in the ME Band four is the display. We have colors in here for the first time in the history of new bands.

It’s an amulet panel that’s zero point nine five inches in size.

It’s larger than the mid-band three, but still considerably small. If you asked me, we get many watched pieces in here among which most are kind of not good looking. But I am happy that we can at least change it once or twice to not look boring.

There are seven seven options available in total, but I hope the company does add a few more. Now back to the display.

It’s protected by 2D curved glass and even on my use, no scratches have appeared whatsoever. But looking at the display, I really hope it goes better, less in the next iteration.

I mean, the band is as small as it is, and the fact that most of it is bezzle does not make it look pleasing at all. However, Chami really seems to have worked on the brightness part because I remember last time many of us complained about the display being dim outdoors, but not with this.

It is bright enough to be usable outdoors. Let’s take a moment to apply Chummy here onto the design now, and I think most of us will agree that a fitness bands in general are not very good looking and this one falls in the same category.

I think it looks bland and boring, maybe because I have this black one, but I’m not going to complain because I know its place and for the price.

Trust me, it’s the way it should be. It’s very comfortable on the hands, though.

It’s lightweight. So you won’t feel it on your wrists to all the men on your wrist. You have to clip it on. And it’s super easy and super reliable.

Not even when it has fallen, even during exercise. It sits there just the way it should. Now, enough about the esthetics. Let’s talk about the usability, unlike last time. This one has a six axis motion control for better tracking of sports and fitness.

What this is supposed to do is track your activities like jogging or swimming or running better. And I think most of my runs and walks and jogs have been tracked quite accurately.

The band can also detect some sports automatically, like football and basketball, running and cycling, etc., so it can detect and track those too.

As for functionality, you get a standard blog on the home screen and swiping it up or down takes you to the heart rate monitor, step or activity counter to settings and stuff like that. You can control the music player on your phone by swiping right.

But for that you’re mid-band for it needs to be connected to your phone, which is done by the MIF it app.

The process is very simple. Download the app, enter your credentials and sync your band with it, that’s all.

After this, you will be able to get notifications, change, watch faces, check your daily activities on your phone, etc.The app itself has a very simple interface. It gives you a lot of your activity data, including keep and walk and runs, etc. and you can compare it over other days data too.

So it is really handy for a general person to keep track of their health status while we’re still talking about connection.

Another significant upgrade is that the mid-band for comparing Bluetooth 5.0, which allows for a more stable and faster connection.

Also, the heart rate monitor in here is said to be more accurate than the last time. I don’t know if it is as accurate as that of the hospitals, but it should give you a close figure. Battery size on the mid-band four is one thirty five mph and it is insanely long lasting.

When I first got this, it had 43 percent charge and after 10 days it still has three percent left. So you could roughly say that it can give you around 20 days of battery.

That is, if you don’t keep the heart rate monitor on all the time. So the battery on the bad for is one of the more satisfying things about it. So summing up, the only thing that I don’t like about the mid-band four is the design, other things from the display to usability.

I have like very much and the best part is that it’s really affordable and has tried to include many things for better user experience.

And if you are someone who’s been using the mid-band one or two, I think this is the right time for you to upgrade. Whereas if you’re using the Mubende three, except for the display, not much has changed. So maybe skip this one and give the next iteration.

But if you are someone who’s looking for a great fitness band at an affordable price, we four is not going to let you down.