Mi Max 2 :Amazing Smartphone

Mi Max 2

Mi-Max2Bigger Battery & Bigger Display

5300 mAh battery

Price= 16,000

16.4 cm (6.44) immersive display


More of everything

A big display for a better media and gaming experience

Large 1.25μm pixels

Sony IMX386 sensor, enhanced for low-light photography

4GB RAM,Octa-core Snapdragon 625 processor

Game bigger on the Mi Max 2
Dual speakers with stereo effect

Split screen mode

One screen, two different types of content.

Watch a video while chatting.
Compare products or take notes while reading.
Check a map while getting directions from a friend.
No need to constantly switch between two apps.




  1. Premium look and solid build quality
  2. Battery life is impressive
  3. Overall performance is decent
  4. Quick charging support


  1. Too bulky for any pocket
  2. Hybrid dual-SIM slot
  3. Camera could have been better

HDFC Bank To Step Forward To Boost e-Pay

HDFC bank, which is one of the largest customers trusted banks, giving its maximum in payments and retail lending space, has come up with innovations to grow the same business in the digital world. Along with combining digital payments like UPL, e-wallets, and BharatQR into 4.2lack card swipe machines, it is using its technology backbone to provide instant loans to online customers.

The bank has now decided to tie up with online giants and then provide loans to those who desire to shop online.
The bank has developed technology to even give loans to the non-account holders of HDFC bank.

The bank’s software instantly allows to raise loans ranging from RS.50000 to RS.5lac using Application Programming Interfaces(APIs).

This scheme was earlier tested on its regular costumers. After its successful feedback, the bank has now decided to expand its e-platform.

On the account of payment, the bank has a bit different strategy when compared to other banks.HDFC, instead of pushing mobile based applications of shopkeepers, the bank is rejigging its point of sales terminals so that all digital payments–UPL, Aadhar based payments, Bharat QR, credit and debit cards and the bank’s ownPayZapp wallet payments can be made possible.

When Melodies Become Life!

At this point of time, when the digi-age is heading even faster than mankind, then why leave music behind? and perhaps why leave your passion behind? so now it’s time for you! “ the music lovers“.

Many of you must be having a tune in your head but are not aware of how to write it, so here it is now! If you have a good sense of music and have always dreamt of being a composer, you must try some of the latest online tools that will help you write musical scores with notations, create your DJ mixes, and even compose and arrange multiple instruments.


There are online apps like ujam.com, chordbuff.com, hum-on.com which provide the user a platform to sing and the app automatically converts it into musical notes.This is a wonderful platform for those who live to sing but cannot read and write music.


Nowadays, according to demanding trends in the industry, musicians writing musical score is more important apart from being able to read music.So to help the musician’s apps like musescore.com,flat.io can be beneficial.

The DJ wale!

There are many people who are not comfortable with composing music but can join tracks which sound even better than the original.For them, apps like soundation.com, http://www.audiotool.com provide certain tools which help in mixing tracks and extracting the best of all.

So now, dear music lovers, get your ear plugged on! create, compose, mix, listen!
Enjoy music…

Virtually Connected!

Seeing the increased number of tours offered by the companies, which consequently leads to staying away from their homes, people have now switched to video calls to just feel the presence of their near and dear ones, though virtually!

A survey was conducted by Google for the age group 18-35 in 20 Indian cities between December 2016 and April 2017. Apps which were preferred for the study were Facebook, Messenger, Whatsapp, Tango, Google Duo, Skype, Viber and IMO.

The survey led to the conclusion that most of the Indians prefer doing video calls during the night. Reasons following this fact basically stated high speed and easy connectivity during late night hours.

Still, the major hindrances still faced by the people were high consumption of data, faster battery drainage, and poor connectivity.