Micromax Selfie 2 on Cards

It is a widespread news that soon Micromax is going to lauch a new smartphone. It is a selfie centric handset. It is likely to carry 100 day replacement warranty on any hardware issue, which is a part of the one year product warranty.

1.It will run on Android 7.0 Nougat
2. 3000mAh battery
3. 1.3GHz quad core Media TEk chipset
5.32 GB internal storage
6.Rear mounted fingerprint sensor

1.13 MP rear camera with LED flash support and f/2.0 aperture
2.Auto scene detection and panorama
3.8MP front facing camera with LED flash
4.Wide range of SONY lens
5.Touch shot and beauty effects

Still much of the information is still awaited regarding display and cost which are the grave concerns of any customer.


The Tech Review: 2017 Audi Q7

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The second-generation Of Audi, Q7 was an early model of 2017. It did not take much time to top the charts in its first comparison test, where its carlike handling, fun to drive character and supercharged V-6 was lauded.  Being not so cheap—Q7 ‘s base four-cylinder models start at $49,950, and higher trims can easily exceed $70K—the big Audi proffers an exemplary blend of seven-passenger versatility, advanced technology, and luxury refinement.


The Q7 comes standard with Quattro all-wheel drive and three-row seating. Backed by an eight-speed automatic transmission, available power plants include a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder and a supercharged 3.0-liter V-6. Both setups are available in Audi’s Premium and Premium Plus trim levels, but only the 3.0T, which starts at $56,450, can be had with the range-topping Prestige gear.

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• Audi’s 12.3-inch Virtual Cockpit digital instrument display.
• Power-folding third-row seats.
• Four-zone automatic climate control.
• 4G LTE connectivity with Wi-Fi and Google Maps.

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  • Back-road athleticism
  • Beautiful and high-tech cabin
  • Three-row versatility.
  • Pricey with extras.
  • Snug third row

MSRP : $50,875

EMI: $718/MO*


The Tech Review : Honor 8 Pro

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One of the most good looking smartphones was Last year’s Honor 8 and it seems Honor has carried forward that design philosophy forward on the Pro.

Although, this time thanks to the full metal design, there is a lot of sturdiness to the 8 Pro.

The 5.7-inch display sports quad-HD resolution and is vibrant enough, although struggles under direct sunlight.

The phone runs on the latest HiSilicon Kirin 960 processor coupled with 6GB RAM. It’s a rocket of a device and runs all kinds of applications with ease. Be it multi-tasking or gaming, no lags at all.

Apart from the 128GB storage variant, it also comes with expandable memory up to 256GB and has a dual-sim option which adds another plus to its features.

Honor have been star performers in the dual-camera department and this time also they have excelled. The camera quality seems brilliant.

It comes with a 12+12-megapixel rear camera setup which is capable of delivering some excellent results. Offers good stabilization although colors tend to be a bit over-saturated. Has a lot of cool modes to play with like 3D creator which can be used to create animated doodles of yourself or others! Great fun!

For its price tag of Rs 29,999, the Honor 8 Pro comes with some seriously good hardware, and actually is perhaps the first sub-Rs 30,000 phone to be released this year with proper Android flagship level specifications – a zone that was occupied last year by the likes of YU, Xiaomi and OnePlus, but has been uninhabited this year