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  1. How many times have you read or heard someone or the internet or the television telling you should be washing your hands? By now, we've washed our hands too many times for it to be 'fun' any more. We're currently witnessing unprecedented times that have led us to experience mundane things like never before and washing hands is just an example of that. So, Pornhub who had recently made Premium free for everyone in an attempt to flatten the curve, is now back with another initiative called ScrubHub , a safe for work website which is a result of a partnership between Pornhub and two Los Angeles-based creators. © Scrubhub In an effort to make videos that remind you to wash those damn hands, Scrubhub, a parody website features famous pornstars washing their hands with catchy porno titles. From, 'Washing My Hot Fortnite Playing Stepbrother Brad As He Sprays Me' to 'Thick An*l Hunk Goes Slow and Deep in His Afternoon Quickie', they have them all. © Scrubhub "We wanted to take something as mundane as washing your hands and make it entertaining in the only way we know how (by taking a joke way too far)," Ani Acopian and Suzy Shinn, the brains who have partnered with Pornhub, said in a press release. © Scrubhub Scrubhub is a tongue-in-cheek approach to get viewers across the world to follow basic hygiene guidelines in the time of coronavirus crises. The proceeds raised from Scrubhub will be given to Invisible Hands, a volunteer organisation that provides food and essentials to communities at risk in New York and New Jersey, and Frontline Foods. © Scrubhub Pornhub has witnessed a surge of site traffic since its complimentary Premium memberships became open for everyone. Even offering free premium worldwide hasn't stopped Pornhub from doing something to help COVID-19 relief efforts. Pornhub is also offering models, financially impacted by the crises larger payouts on both its main site and Modelhub. They're even sourcing recommendations of additional charitable organizations for Scrubhub to donate to. All we can say is, as long as they are doing their job in reminding you to wash your hands, it's working. View the full article
  2. Xiaomi is known in India for making great smartphones but the company also has a burgeoning lifestyle category with products meant for homes and personal care. The company has now launched the Mi Vacuum-Mop P that basically cleans your home for you by using a laser detecting system. © Xiaomi The detecting system basically uses sensors to identify objects around the house while cleaning the surface. The Mi Robot Vacuum-Mop P can vacuum and even mop the floor at the same time. The product will be one of Indiaâs first autonomous robovacs and will be available in India for Rs 17, 999 at a special discount of Rs 7, 000 with no-cost EMI starting Rs 2,999 per month. There are a total of 12 sets of sensors that help the autonomous vacuum cleaner to accurately detect its surroundings and works in tandem with an infra-red sensor. The vacuum cleaner is also able to detect stairs, walls, furniture and other obstacles preventing it from getting damaged. © Xiaomi The Mi Robot Vacuum-Mop P can clean for up to 110 minutes on a single charge and can clean a surface area of 180-square-meters. When the battery on the autonomous robovac reaches low levels, it automatically goes back to the charging dock to get extra juice. The robot vacuum cleaner is already available for crowd-funding on mi.com with additional information on the product. View the full article
  3. Mehwish Hayat was revealed as TECNO?s brand Ambassador at the event launch
  4. We are still at least a couple of years away from harnessing the full potential of the 5G revolution. However, that's not stopping the phone makers from dropping their shiny new 5G devices in the country. In fact, there's a rat race going on between some of the Chinese phone makers to become the first to launch a 5G phone in the country. Well, it's safe to say that Realme is the first one to host an event and launch a 5G phone in India. Today we saw the launch of Realme X50 Pro, powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 865 5G mobile platform. It's one of the most powerful phones that you can get your hands-on, so let's check it out. The #realmeX50Pro comes in 2 popular, low-saturated colours highlighting the high-end texture of the phone - Moss Green & Rust Red. Watch the livestream of the launch here: https://t.co/xQsEu3XJS3 pic.twitter.com/dZJFKczgZq â realme (@realmemobiles) February 24, 2020 Realme X50 Pro The Realme X50 Pro sports a 6.44-inch display on the front with a punch-hole for the camera. It's the first Realme phone to have a punch-hole display and it looks like the Galaxy S10 from last year. It's a 90Hz Super AMOLED panel and sports an in-display fingerprint scanner as well. Inside, the Realme X50 Pro is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 5G chipset and it's coupled with up to 12GB RAM and 256GB storage. It's the first phone in India to be powered by this particular chipset and it'll be interesting to see how it performs. As for the optics, the X50 Pro sports a quad-camera setup which includes a 64MP AI Quad-camera, an 8MP Ultra wide-angle camera, an 8MP macro lens, and a 2MP B&W portrait camera. Again, it's a versatile setup as we've seen from Realme in the past. On the front, the phone sports a dual selfie camera setup with a 32MP wide-angle camera and an 8MP ultra-wide-angle lens. The X50 Pro packs a 4,200 mAh battery with support for up to 65W SuperDart charging. We're not sure how the battery will fair when the phone is actually running on 5G, pushing gigabit speeds, but it looks like we won't be able to test it in real-world until the telecom operators actually rollout 5G here. Pricing & Availability Realme has launched the Realme X50 Pro in India at a starting price of Rs 37,999 for the base variant i.e 6GB+128GB. You can also buy the 8GB + 256GB variant for Rs 39,999 and the high-end variant i.e the 8GB + 256GB for Rs 44,999. The phone will be available in Moss Green and Rust Red color variants and it'll be available to purchase from Flipkart and Realme's website starting today at 6PM. View the full article
  5. When it comes to smartwatches, the Apple Watch is leading the race in the wearable space. However, OPPO has been wanting to launch a smartwatch of their own and today we got to see our very first glimpse of the Chinese companyâs smartwatch. Vice President for OPPO shared an image of the first render that the company will be launching soon. Whatâs striking is that you may have mistaken it for the Apple Watch. The image was shared on Chinese social media website Weibo and we get a clear look at the upcoming smartwatch. © MensXP From afar, the smartwatch looks awfully similar to the Apple Watch Series 4 or 5 as it has the same curved edges and even has an identical watch face used in marketing materials. If you look closely at the strap, it looks similar to the silicone strap you get with the Apple Watch. © OPPO/Weibo However, there is one slight difference in OPPOâs smartwatch from the Apple Watch, instead of the digital crown on the right side of the smartwatch, it has been substituted with another button. We can only see one side of the smartwatch so it isnât entirely sure whether OPPOâs smartwatch uses a digital crown as well on the other side of the chassis. If you look closely, there is a hole between the buttons that might be for a microphone. This microphone can be used for talking over calls however we donât know whether the watch will be capable of supporting independent LTE connections like the Apple Watch. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla There is a good chance that OPPO might unveil the smartwatch at Mobile World Conference that is set to take place in a few weeks. It could be possible that the smartwatch will be available to buy on March 6th as the render says 'Fri 06' and the next Friday to fall of the sixth of the month is in March. What do you think of OPPOâs new smartwatch? Do you think it resembles the Apple Watch too much? Let us know in the comments below. View the full article
  6. Police complaint launched against Akshay Kumar's new add. Photo: TFIPOSTAkshay Kumar, Bollywood powerhouse recently got into legal troubles due to his latest washing powder commercial that was aired. The star's role is that of a warrior who returns home to his kingdom after successfully slaying his enemies. In the add, when one of the soldier's wives taunts the army for having dirty clothes, Akshay is heard saying that if an army can win battles, they can also wash clothes. However, it seems as though the commercial was not well received by the audience, particularly the Marathi people. According to TOI, they filed a police complaint in the Worli police station in Mumbai against the star for allegedly mocking the Marathi culture and hurting their sentiments. Akshay has not responded to any of the claims as of yet.
  7. External storage has been improving over the years but nothing comes close to the speed and storage size of a portable SSD. We've seen a new wave of external SSDs launching but Samsung just took the cake with its latest offering. The South Korean company launched a new T7 Touch external SSD that has a fingerprint reader built-in for added security. Previous Samsung SSDs came with a password client that would protect the content of the SSD, however, now, it comes with a fingerprint reader that can be accessed from the body of the SSD itself. © Samsung Having a fingerprint reader is certainly a very clever idea especially if you want to protect your data and the SSD from theft. The new SSD is called the T7 Touch and it can read up to four fingerprints so that users can share the SSD with trusted users. © Samsung The body of the SSD is made of aluminium and Samsung claims it is drop resistant up to two meters. In terms of ports, there is only one USB-C port that can be accessed via a USB-C to USB-C cable or a USB-C to USB-A cable. It is worthy to note that the read and write speeds will be slower when using a USB-A cable. Speaking of the read and write speeds, the T7 touch is able to write speeds up to 1,000MB/s and read up to 1,050MB/s. To put things into perspective, that's twice as fast as the T5 portable we reviewed a while ago. © Samsung The Samsung Portable SSD T7 Touch will be available across retail channels, online and offline, from February 2020 in India. The Portable SSD's will be priced at INR 11,999 for the 500GB, INR 18,999 for the 1TB and INR 36,999 for 2TB. The variant without a fingerprint sensor called Portable SSD T7 is expected to be launched in the second quarter of 2020. View the full article
  8. Anand Ahuja and Abhineet Singh are the founders of VegNonVeg, a multi-sneaker brand in the country which also showcases athleisure clothes. Recently, they launched a technology-inspired collection called 'The Glitch Capsule'. This collection dissects the relationship the civilisation has with technology - with an aesthetic that will take people back in time to the analog days. The collection takes a cue from an amalgamation of connected moments like the beginning of the internet era, the first crackle of voice over the phone, man's first step on the moon and the uber-cool '80s futuristic' vibe. The collection includes heavy-duty jackets, graphic tees and utility-based design features. So we caught up with Anand Ahuja and Abhineet Singh to learn more about this collection and their sneaker preferences: © Instagram/VegNonVeg Tell us about the collection. The collection is called The Glitch Capsule. 'Glitch' is a tech term that sometimes refers to the graphic we used to see back in the day when the television set lost its signal and everything went haywire so you'd see a muffled black and white -- a glitch. This was a great concept to base our collection on since we've all been familiar with this err while growing up. © Instagram/VegNonVeg What's the best fashion advice that has been given to you? Someone told us that the fact that everyone here at VegNonVeg has their own distinct vibe and aesthetic is what makes this place diverse. We believe in that, not trying too hard and being comfortable with yourself. We think that once you're comfortable with yourself, that really projects well on the outside. Name a sneaker silhouette you'd wear on a date. So I wouldn't have any preferences per se because there's no sneaker I wouldn't wear. But it really depends on the setting and the mood of the place. © Instagram/VegNonVeg Maximalism or minimalism? I think a combination of the two trends, it depends on the person really. © Instagram/VegNonVeg What kind of sneakers would you pair with an ethnic outfit for a wedding? So we think that you should keep it simple because ethnic wear will do the heavy lifting, so the sneakers should be simple so they complement the outfit seamlessly. View the full article
  9. Javed Jaffrey not only was an entertainer par excellence, but also used to rule the hearts of '90s kids. 'Boogie Woogie' used to be the rage back then, and his playful charisma struck a chord with everyone watching him on TV. Looks like he has passed that charisma on to his son - Meezaan - who is about to be launched in B-Town, by none other than Mr Sanjay Leela Bhansali himself. He is playing the lead along with Bhansali's niece, Sharmin Segal, in 'Malaal'. Apart from his father's screen presence, he also seems to have nailed the 'fashionably woke' role, judging by his pictures. Take a look here. He clearly knows how to use the appeal of distressed denim to his advantage. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Meezaan (@meezaanj) on May 30, 2019 at 7:03am PDT We have always maintained that the dhoti-kurta needs to make a comeback, and he reiterates it. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Meezaan (@meezaanj) on Jun 1, 2019 at 1:27am PDT And again. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Meezaan (@meezaanj) on May 21, 2019 at 7:36pm PDT You can never go wrong with a relaxed black layered ensemble. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Meezaan (@meezaanj) on May 19, 2019 at 6:39am PDT A tux will always have your back (especially when you have a father who's a style guru himself). View this post on Instagram A post shared by Meezaan (@meezaanj) on May 21, 2019 at 12:10am PDT Manbuns are not over, and they are not going anywhere anytime soon. Here's proof. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Meezaan (@meezaanj) on May 30, 2019 at 8:29pm PDT We wish you all the luck, Meezaan!
  10. Apple today finally introduced the new iPod touch with subtle enhancements such as the inclusion of Apple's A10 Fusion chip. The chip will bring improved performance in games, and for the first time augmented reality (AR) features and Group FaceTime. © Apple “We're making the most affordable iOS device even better with performance that is twice as fast as before, Group FaceTime and augmented reality starting at just $199,” said Greg Joswiak, Apple's vice president of Product Marketing. “The ultra-thin and lightweight design of iPod touch has always made it ideal for enjoying games, music and so much more wherever you go.” © Apple The iPod touch will come in different storage options i.e. 32GB, 128GB and 256GB options. Users will be able to listen to music both offline and online via Apple Music and iTunes Store, including radio shows like Beats 1 Radio. © Apple The iPod touch will also be able to take advantage of ARkit enabled games and apps for gaming, education and web browsing purposes. The iPod touch will also be able to pair up with AirPods just like it can with other iOS devices like the iPhone and iPad. The new iPod touch starts at Rs 18,900 for the 32GB model, Rs 28,900 for the 128GB model and Rs 38,900 for the 256GB model and is available through Apple Authorised Resellers and select carriers. India availability dates are yet to confirmed but we expect them to hit store shelves soon.
  11. Oppo announced its latest Reno series smartphones in India and comes with a very unique pop-up selfie camera that basically pops up from the side. There were two smartphones launched i.e. Oppo Reno and Reno 10X Zoom Edition. The smartphone comes with different configurations and pricing for the Indian market. Specifications © YouTube The Oppo Reno Vanilla edition comes with a single variant i.e. 8GB + 256GGB storage, while the Oppo Reno 10X Zoom edition comes in two variants, that is, 6GB+128GB and 8GB+256GB. In terms of specifications, the OPPO Reno comes with a 6.4-inch full HD+ AMOLED display and is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 710 chipset. In terms of cameras, the OPPO Reno comes with a 48-megapixel primary sensor and a 5-megapixel depth sensor. The Oppo Reno has a 3765 mAh battery and supports 20W VOOC fast charging. © Youtube/Ben's Gadget Reviews On the other hand, the Oppo Reno 10X Zoom Edition comes with a 6.6-inch AMOLED display that has an in-display fingerprint scanner. The smartphone is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855 processor and is paired with up to 8GB of RAM. The smartphone has a triple camera setup at the back where the primary camera is a 48-megapixel sensor. The second camera is a 13-megapixel periscope telephoto lens and the third being an 8-megapixel super-wide angle camera. The Oppo Reno 10X Zoom edition has a 4,065 mAh battery and supports 20W VOOC fast charging. Pricing Details © OPPO The Oppo Reno 8GB RAM + 256GB storage variant carries a price tag of Rs 32,990. The Oppo Reno 10x Zooom Edition 6GB RAM + 128GB storage variant will retail in India for Rs 39,990, while the phone's 8GB RAM + 256GB storage variant will be for Rs 49,990. The Oppo Reno series smartphones will be available for pre-orders from May 28 on Amazon and Flipkart.
  12. Computex 2019 is currently underway, which means it's time for us to check out some cool new hardware products. After AMD's new chipset announcement, now ASUS has decided to turn up the heat with some kickass products. The company launched a ton of products today, however, it's new “Edition 30” ZenBook laptop is what caught our attention. So, ASUS is celebrating its 30-year-anniversary with this new special edition laptop called the ASUS ZenBook Edition 30. Before we talk a bit more about the product itself, let's just take a moment to appreciate how awesome the laptop looks - © YouTube ASUS The new ASUS ZenBook Edition 30, as you can see, sports a white leather lid cover and an 18-karat rose gold logo, which resembles Star Trek's Starfleet insignia, no? According to ASUS, every piece of leather used to make these laptops have been hand selected, and each panel cover is meticulously sewed by a master tailor. Yes, it sounds like overkill, but hey, it's a limited edition product. Internally, the ZenBook Edition 30 is powered by Intel's 8th Gen Core i7 processor coupled with up to 16GB of RAM and PCIe SSD storage. For graphics, the laptop uses Nvidia's GeForce MX250 discrete GPU. It sports a 13-inch display on the front with minimal bezels. With a 95-per cent screen-to-body ratio, ASUS says this is the world's smallest 13-inch laptop. ASUS is also making special accessories for this laptop. There's a pearl white mouse and a leather sleeve, both of which look equally good. Sadly, ASUS won't tell us when the laptop will go on sale and for how much, so you can't really buy it just yet. Even once it's up for grabs, we're sure it's not going to be cheap.
  13. Ever since Google first announced its AR glass as an 'experimental' product, there's been a lot of hype surrounding it. But Google Glass didn't quite catch up with the public due to some obvious reasons. Well, after a few iterations, Google has now released the third-gen Google Glass with a slightly new design and improved internals. Yes, a new version of Google Glass is out now, and here's everything you need to know about it - © YouTube The new version of Google Glass is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon XR1, which is a chip that's specifically designed for AR and VR. These new pair of glasses also have a USB-C port for faster charging. The new glasses now run on Android and comes with support for Android Enterprise Mobile Device Management. As you can see, the new Google Glasses also look a little different, thanks to the new frames. Additionally, it also comes with a better camera, because why not? However, all the advancements come at a price and this one costs $999. It's still less than the original one which Google had originally shipped out, but honestly, as an average consumer, it doesn't really matter. Why? Well, that's because it's not meant to be a widespread consumer product. Google is calling it the 'Google Glass Enterprise Edition 2', and selling it only to business users. That being said, we really hope Google makes a version for consumers too. Like, seriously. We already have a ton of VR and AR headsets and eyewear out there in the market, with a few more slated to arrive soon. In fact, Microsoft's HoloLens 2 and Vuzix' glasses are really popular. Google's current customers and partners include AGCO, DHL Group, HB Fuller, and Sutter Health. So, a lot of people are actively using this product, and so we think it's high time we get a consumer version of this product.
  14. Xiaomi has added two new budget phones to its line up called the Redmi 7 and the Redmi Y3. They both are essentially the same devices, except the Redmi Y3 is a selfie-centric phone, and it has a 32MP selfie shooter as opposed to the 8MP shooter on the Redmi 7. Redmi Y3 will go on sale starting 30th April with a starting price of Rs. 9,999. Let's take a quick look at what these two phones have to offer - Redmi 7 © Mi Redmi phones in the past like the Redmi 5, Redmi 6, etc. have always been best-sellers for Xiaomi. Now, the company has launched the new Redmi 7, eyeing for the top spot in the same segment. The Redmi 7 has a 6.26-inch HD+ 'Dot Notch' display on the front, covered by Corning Gorilla Glass 5. Apart from the affordable price tag, if there's anything that should attract you this phone, then it's got to be the looks. Xiaomi is calling it the Aura Smoke Design, and it looks absolutely beautiful. The phone comes in three colors i.e. Eclipse Black, Lunar Red, and Comet Blue. As for the specs, the Redmi 7 is powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 632 chipset and it comes in two variants. You can buy it with either 2GB RAM + 32GB storage or 3GB RAM + 32GB storage. You can expand the storage further up to 512GB via a microSD card. Both variants have IR blaster and a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner. © Mi The Redmi 7 sports a dual-camera setup at the back with 12MP + 2MP lens. On the front, there's an 8MP selfie shooter with features like AI Beautify 4.0 and AI Portrait mode. The phone also packs a 4,000 mAh battery. Redmi Y3 As mentioned earlier, the Redmi Y3 is more or less identical to the Redmi 7. It's got the same display, are powered by the same processor, and it looks just as beautiful as the Redmi 7. The only difference, as we mentioned earlier, is the selfie camera. Xiaomi Y series of phones have always been about selfies, and this one's no exception. © MensXP/ Akshay Bhalla The Redmi Y3 sports a 32MP AI selfie camera. It's got features like EIS, palm shutter, Auto HDR, AI portrait mode, and more. The rear-camera setup, however, remains the same. It's also worth pointing out that the Redmi Y3 comes with more RAM and storage. The base variant of the Redmi Y3 packs 3GB RAM + 32GB storage. You can also choose to get the variant with 4GB RAM + 64GB storage. Pricing & Availability The Redmi Y3 starts at Rs. 9,999, and you can also choose to spend Rs. 11,999 for the 4GB RAM + 64GB storage variant. It'll go on sale starting 30th April on Amazon, mi.com and offline stores. More info on the Redmi 7 is incoming, so stay tuned.
  15. Realme is continuing its efforts to establish a name for itself in the budget smartphone segment in India with the launch of the new Realme 3 Pro. It comes hot on the heels of the launch of Realme 3, which is also a great budget offering from the brand. The phone has been priced at Rs. 13,999 for the base variant, going head-to-head with the Redmi Note 7 Pro. The Realme 3 Pro distinguishes itself from the other phones in this segment with the Snapdragon 710 chipset, which is known to have a few advantages of its own over chips like Snapdragon 675. Specifications As for the specs, the Realme 3 Pro sports a 6.3-inch FHD+ display on the front that's protected by Gorilla Glass 5. The display, as you can see, has a dewdrop design, giving it a screen-to-body ratio of 90.8%. Also, as mentioned earlier, the Realme 3 Pro is powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 710 chip, and it comes in a few variants. © MensXP/ Karthik Iyer The Realme 3 Pro comes in two variants, 4GB RAM + 64GB storage, 6GB RAM + 128GB storage. You can also expand the storage up to 256GB. As for the optics, the Realme 3 Pro sports a dual-camera setup at the back which houses a 16MP and a 5MP sensor. On the front, you get a 25MP selfie shooter. Realme is offering a bunch of shooting modes with the camera. You get modes like Nightscape, Portrait, Expert, Super slow-mo, and more. There's also a fingerprint scanner at the back, but you'll have to make do with a micro USB port. The innards of the phone will be kept powered by a 4,050 mAh battery, and you also get ColorOS 6.0 that's based on Android 9 Pie out of the box. Pricing & Availability © MensXP/ Karthik Iyer The base variant of the Realme 3 Pro starts at Rs. 13,999. You can also pick up the variant with 6GB + 128GB storage for Rs. 16,999. The phone will go on sale starting on 29th April Flipkart. Realme C2 In addition to the Realme 3 Pro, the company also debuted the new Realme C2. It's powered by an Octa-core Helio P22 chip and comes in 2GB RAM + 16GB storage and 3GB RAM + 32GB storage variants. The device sports a 6.1-inch HD+ display with a 'dewdrop' notch. © MensXP Other noteworthy specs of the phone include a 4,000 mAh battery, 13MP + 2MP Dual Rear Camera, AI Facial Unlock and more. The phone also looks beautiful with its Diamond-Cut Design, which is similar to what we've seen in the past. As for the pricing, the Realme C2 starts at Rs. 5,999 for the base variant. The variant with 3GB RAM + 32GB storage is priced at Rs. 7,999. You'll be able to pick one up starting May 15.
  16. Apple announced a range of services this week that covers finance, gaming and video content for their customers. Apple TV+ will be the company's premier video streaming platform that will host original TV Shows and Movies with A-list actors, directors and producers. The subscription service will be available via a new app which is slated to launch this fall. We were at the launch event hosted by Apple and here's everything we know so far about the streaming platform: Original Content © Apple Apple TV+ currently has over 30 titles in the works with shows or movies from directors like Steven Spielberg, JJ Abrams and Oprah. Apple wants it to be the home of the "world's most creative storytellers,” with "inspiriting and authentic stories with emotional depth and compelling characters." How Much Will It Cost © Apple Apple has not announced the pricing details of its video streaming service however we can expect it to cost the same other streaming services such as Netflix, Amazon Prime and Hotstar. We aren't sure if Apple will have a different pricing plan for India, however, rumours suggest that Apple plans to make its original content available for free. Rumours may suggest free content for Apple users however it seems highly unlikely. When Will It Launch Apple has not set a concrete date yet, however, the service is scheduled to launch this fall in over 100 countries simultaneously. Can The Service Be Shared? © Apple Yes, the service can be shared with friends and family as long as they are a part of your iCloud Family Sharing plan. This will also be valid for Apple TV channels. Where Will Apple TV+ Be Available © Apple Apple TV+ will be available on a range of devices. Apart from the iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple TV, users will also be able to use the service on Samsung smart TVs beginning this spring and on Amazon Fire TV, LG, Sony and VIZIO platforms in the future. You will also be able to use Apple devices to effortlessly play videos and other content from an iPhone or iPad directly to eligible smart TVs with AirPlay 2 support.
  17. Huawei debuted the Watch GT back in October last year alongside its Mate 20 series of smartphones. The company took its time, but the watch has finally been launched in India today. The new Huawei Watch GT Sports edition is priced at Rs 15,990 and the Classic edition is priced at 16,990. It'll be available for purchase via Amazon India starting March 19. The Huawei Watch GT sports a 1.39-inch OLED touch screen with a resolution of 454x454 pixels. The watch has a 46.5mm round dial and it has a stainless-steel body, available in black or metal finishes. It also comes with interchangeable straps and is also water resistant up to 50 meters. © YouTube Moving on to the software, the Watch GT runs on Huawei's proprietary software called LightOS. Only time will tell if it's better than Google's WearOS, but Huawei says the watch can deliver up to 2 weeks of battery life. Yes, Huawei says that you can go up to 2 weeks on a single charge, and should take you roughly about 2 hours to top up the battery. Huawei has also packed the watch with some fitness-centric features such as constant heart-rate monitoring, sleep-tracking and more. The Watch GT has GPS, and it will take advantage of technologies like TruSeen 3.0 heart rate monitoring and TruSleep 2.0 to give you accurate measurements. In addition to the fitness-focused features, you obviously get the basic smartwatch features like the ability to check notifications of messages, calls, reminders, and alarms. The Huawei Watch GT also comes with an accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer, ambient light sensor, and more. © Huawei The Watch GT supports Bluetooth v4.2 and NFC, however, it lacks the Wi-Fi support. It packs 16MB RAM and 128MB ROM, and it's compatible with smartphones running Android 4.4 or later or iOS 9.0 or later. You can pick up the Huawei Watch GT with either a leather or a silicone strap in a bunch of different colours.
  18. Realme is a very young brand and intends to take over the budget phone segment in India. They've launched a new phone every quarter in an effort to cover up every possible price bracket. The brand has been targeting its phones towards the youth and hence, focuses on performance and design the most. With the Realme 3, the brand wants to lure buyers with its powerful MediaTek Helio P70 chipset. The new processor has performed extremely well in our previous review of the Realme U1, and now it's available at an even better price. (c) MensXP/Shivam Vahia On the front, it has a 6.2-inch HD+ display (1520 x 720 resolution) and comes with Gorilla Glass protection. Realme claims it has achieved 88.30 per cent screen-to-body ratio thanks to a small water-drop style notch. Like we've said, the new P70 processor has four cores clocked at 2.1Ghz and boasts 15 per cent lesser power consumption when compared to previous generation offering. It also has a multi-threaded APU for AI processing. It comes in to two variants, 3GB RAM + 32GB storage and 4GB RAM + 64GB storage. The internal memory is expandable via a microSD card. (c) MensXP/Shivam Vahia The rear houses a 13-megapixel primary sensor and a 2-megapixel secondary sensor. For authentication, a fingerprint scanner is located on the back and it also supports face unlock. For low-light pictures, Realme has included a Nightscape mode that improves the quality of pictures using AI. A Chroma Boost mode also helps in producing better colour by adjusting exposure and dynamic range. For selfies, a 13-megapixel camera has been provided on the front. Backing these innards is a 4230mAh battery. The phone ships with ColorOS 6.0, built on top of Android 9.0 Pie. The software has kept many stock Android elements untouched and added features include Game Space and quick app drawer on the left. (c) MensXP/Shivam Vahia The 3GB + 32GB option is priced at Rs 8,999 and the 4GB + 64GB variant is priced at Rs 10,999 . Sales start from March 12thh via online channels. The phone will be going up against the recently launched Redmi Note 7, Nokia 5.1 Plus, and ASUS ZenFone Max Pro M2. It'll be interesting to see how the brand is able to continue its steady rise in the country considering the competitive environment.
  19. Samsung and Huawei kicked-off MWC 2019 with their foldable phones and we're still trying to wrap our heads around the groundbreaking technology. Social media and forums are filled with optimists as well as pessimists, and this has become the hottest topic for enthusiasts right now. Companies are ready to mass produce bendable displays, but one question still remains. How are we going to use these foldable phones in real life? How will the software compliment the hardware? It's going to take time to slowly understand different use case scenarios, and develop a finished product. © Nubia But, Nubia is taking this a level further with the launch of Nubia Alpha (styled as α). It's a combination of a watch and a phone, sporting a foldable display and the brand calls this a "wearable phone with a flexible display". To be honest, it's a fancy watch that offers more slightly more features than your regular wearable, but do we really need it right now? It sports a 4-inch 960x192 OLED screen that roughly covers half your wrist. Even though the brand claims it to be a phone, the specs say a different story. It comes with 1GB RAM, 8GB internal memory, and 500mAh battery. There's also a front-facing 5-megapixel camera. Nubia suggests the device will last 1-2 days of regular use, or a week on standby. © Nubia Just like the Apple Watch, it has a built-in eSIM which you can use for calls, texts, and all that other stuff SIM cards can do. It is water resistant, has activity and sleep-tracking along with a heart-rate sensor. Well, you can see movies on the watch if you don't mind standing with your arm lifted at the right angle all the time. And, the OS is custom built. Meaning, don't expect kick-ass app support anytime soon. The OS gets voice controls, air gestures, and other intuitive controls, but we're yet to see how smooth they really are. © Nubia On paper, the watch sounds exciting but lacks any practical usage. Yes, it is technically a "phone", but then the same can be said about the Apple Watch LTE as well. The watch costs a whopping €549 (Rs 44,000) in Europe and expected to ship from the third quarter of this year. Brands need to stop blindly following trends and think about delivering a usable product. You may manage to house a foldable display, but will it offer anything substantially better to the user in day-to-day life?
  20. The fashion industry happens to be one of the most fast-paced and constantly evolving industries in the world. Fashion trends come and go in the blink of an eye, but if there is one thing that doesn't change, it is the idea and possibility that inspires it. Two friends decided to change India's unfamiliarity with beachwear and herald a bigger change in the Indian fashion scene by reimagining the way swimwear was incorporated into mainstream fashion choices in their home country. What started out as a passion project turned Shivan and Narresh's life around, and soon the duo was christened as “bikini boys” of India. (c) MensXP But there is a lot of history behind their success and raging popularity as India's first luxury beachwear brand. Swimwear as a fashion category was non-existent in the the Indian subcontinent, when Shivan and Narresh first set foot in the industry. Freshly out of college, the NIFT graduates were told that “the big money lay in selling lehengas”. Industry veterans tried to sell the Indian festive wear category as the “it” thing to make their debut with. But research and personal inclination told the duo to explore other avenues and turned out that swimwear was a category they could dig into. (c) MensXP It all started when Shivan and Narresh was had just joined NIFT, New Delhi. While Narresh was specialising with women's wear, Shivan was studying leather corsetry at a prestigious design school. They were introduced by a common friend during their first year, but, it was design competitions that brought them together. Their complementary skills helped them bag most competitions, and they soon realised that sticking together would be best. Yet, when they set out, people around them were apprehensive and discouraging. That plunged Shivan and Narresh into a dark phase when they didn't know the right answers or how to seek them. But eventually it was their passion and creativity that won, and they decided to sell swimwear as a lifestyle. (c) MensXP For the makers of the brand 'Shivan & Narresh' their “constant job and passion is to send people on holidays”. What started off as swimwear, soon morphed into resort wear, followed by menswear. But more recently it is their celebration wear that has got the town talking. But for Shivan, their greatest design invention they lent to the fashion dictionary was the, “bikini saree” which has been adorned by the who's who of the industry and Bollywood divas. Their menswear is equally popular and eye-catchy. And though Shivan and Narresh have personalities that are poles apart, their talents and quirks make them the perfect partners to work with. (c) Shivan & Narresh/MensXP They started out with a sum of Rs 1 lakh that they had won through a competition, and combined it with another 50,000 rupees borrowed from their parents, and bought three machines that would help them breathe life to those killer swimsuits. From their first store in Hauz Khas to their first flagship store in one of India's most expensive malls, Emporio, they have come a long way in the last seven years. (c) Shivan & Narresh/MensXP And when it comes to giving a wise piece of advice to aspiring designers, both Shivan and Narresh believe that “a designer must always represent himself or herself, and bring that to the table. Knowing who they are, what they represent and where they are coming from, and pick your line of work keeping it in sync with who you are. All else will automatically fall into place." (c) Shivan & Narresh/MensXP Learn from these two fashion innovators, as they share industry insights and personal lessons with us, about how to make it in the industry on your own terms.
  21. They say beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder. Since fashion is subjective, we don't expect everyone to understand every trend. But when companies create bizarre products that are listed for ridiculous prices, we can't help but be shocked. Gucci's Cruise '19 collection features a pair of 'vintage distressed sneakers' that have us shook. The shoes look pre-dirty and worn and we're just not sure who would actually want to own a pair. Take a look at these babies. © Gucci © Gucci The product detail on the website lists that the shoes are inspired by vintage sportswear patterns from the 70s and is treated for an 'all-over distressed effect'. We don't know about distress but these just look plain dirty and worn out. They look a little too vintage, if you ask us. © Gucci If you're already frowning over the bizarre product, wait till we mention the price of these kicks. The Screener GG Sneaker is retailed at 870 USD which converts to Rs 61,938. That's pretty damn expensive for a pair of old worn-out looking shoes. © Gucci As if the Gucci 'racist' sweater controversy hadn't stirred enough trouble for the brand, this shoe is getting trolled by the internet too. Take a look at what some Twitter users had to say about this product. Gucci is really out here selling the sneakers your mom uses for gardening and Sunday cleaning for $800 pic.twitter.com/Eh5wEBQMSc — camille (@cxmillexxxx) October 30, 2018 The poor try to look rich and the rich try to look poor! ð — BROOKLYNBREAD (@Rinseyjones) November 7, 2018 When ur born rich a f but don't wanna be a called a snobby daddy's boy at school = Gucci's New Vintage Sportswear-Inspired Dirty Sneakers Cost $870 USD #gucci #guccifromthehood https://t.co/ektXQtoKIl — Nadia. K (@nadiakhairinas) November 7, 2018 After the Croc Bag, we weren't ready for another bizarre shoe just yet. On the brighter side, you wouldn't have to wash these sneakers.
  22. `Last year, Vivo launched the NEX and it was among the first few phones to sport a pop-up camera. The brand was also the first one to bring an in-display fingerprint scanner. Today, Vivo announced its first phone of 2019 in India, the V15 Pro. The V15 Pro brings in all the various trends from 2018, and clubs it into one. Having multiple rear cameras on the rear is the latest trend, and Vivo has decided to join the bandwagon as well. Amazon and Flipkart have been teasing the phone for quite some time now and here's everything you need to know about it. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla It has a glass back with a colour gradient and a notch-less display with smaller bezels. Vivo boasts that it has further cut down the chin, offering a better screen-to-body ratio of 91.6 percent. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla On the front is a 6.4-inch AMOLED display with Full HD+ resolution. It comes with a Snapdragon 675 processor along with 8GB RAM and 128GB internal storage. For authentication, it features an in-display fingerprint scanner, as well as face unlock. A dedicated Smart Button activates Google Assistant and the phone also ships with Vivo's Jovi assistant. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla The V15 Pro includes a triple rear camera setup consisting of: a 48-megapixel primary sensor with Quad Pixel technology, 8-megapixel wide-angle lens, and a 5-megapixel depth sensor. The Quad Pixel technology can combine four pixels into one large pixel to deliver a high-quality 12-megapixel picture. This comes handy in low-light pictures when details tend to get blurry. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla The pop-up module houses a 32-megapixel selfie camera and Vivo is confident it's sturdy enough to withstand daily wear and tear. The hardware is assisted by AI Portrait, AI Beauty, and AI Super Night Mode for even better output. The phone ships with Android 9 Pie based Funtouch OS 9 and is backed by a 3700mAh battery. For fast charging, the phone also supports dual-engine charging. Lastly, Game Mode 5.0 ensures better gaming performance by prioritizing resources and slightly overclocks the CPU to reduce frame-drops. It has been priced at Rs 28,990 for the 6GB+128GB and shall be available via all major retailers as well as online sellers starting Feb 20th.
  23. Sachin Tendulkar and a digital entertainment company launched India's first Multiplayer Virtual Reality Cricket Game called “Sachin Saga”. Sachin Saga comes with a limited edition VR headset along with the game. The virtual reality game is set in the middle of the pitch where players will be able to test their batting reflexes facing bowlers at over 150KPM. © JetSynthesys The game is said to have real-time shadows and motion capture by Sachin himself with over 28 unique batting shots. Players will be able to play over 100 matches in the Legend mode and can also compete in head-to-head multiplayer matches with other players. The VR headset also has support for over 3,000 apps that are compatible with Google Cardboard that includes games, videos and exploration apps. The headset has a 100-degree view of field and comes with a custom Bluetooth controller. The entire package with the game costs only Rs 1,499 and is available here. © JetSynthesys Speaking on the launch of Sachin Saga VR, Sachin Tendulkar said, “With VR, for the first time, the lines between gaming and real blur to give gamers an accurately simulated experience of the stadium, with real-time action right on their mobile screens. I thoroughly enjoyed reliving my matches with Sachin Saga VR, and I am sure it will resonate with cricket fans and gamers all over the world.” Would you like to get into Sachin's shoes? Do you like playing VR games? Let us know in the comments what you think about Sachin Saga and whether you will buy this game or not.
  24. Honor has been actively launching new phones every couple of months and this time, they've got a premium phone up for grabs. A few weeks ago, the Honor 10 Lite was launched in India, and now the View 20 is finally debuting. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla The phone was recently announced globally in Paris and is now set to become the first major flagship launch in India this year. It brings a unique design language for the company as it is the first phone to sport a new punch-hole display. The punch-hole helps in increasing the screen-to-body ratio of the phone, without a notch. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla The glass back sees a unique chevron design with V-shaped pattern running down the back. Apart from that the phone pretty much appears to be bezel-less save for a tiny chin at the bottom. The phone has been up for pre-order on Amazon.in for quite some time now. It has a 6.4-inch LCD Full HD+ display with over 91 percent screen-to-body ratio and a 19.5:9 aspect ratio. The device is powered by the flagship SoC from HiSilicon, the Kirin 980, which has four high-performance Cortex-A76 cores, four power-efficient Cortex-55 cores, and Mali-G76 MP10 GPU. It is available in two configurations, 6GB RAM + 128GB storage and 8GB RAM + 256GB storage. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla On the rear is a 48-megapixel sensor, coupled along with a 3D ToF sensor. It is an optical radar system and is able to identify faces even from comparatively long distances. ToF 3D Sensing Technology offers an advanced experience by enabling 3D mapping at up to three metres. The front gets a 25-megapixel selfie camera with f/2.0 aperture housed in the cut-out. It supports 960fps slow-motion video recording, AI HDR, and auto scene detection for picture enhancements. The View 20 houses a 4000mAh battery that supports fast charging and ships with Android 9 Pie-based Magic UI. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla The dual-SIM Honor View 20 is being offered in two colours, Charm Blue and Midnight Black. The 6GB+128GB variant costs Rs 37,999 and the 8GB+256GB option costs Rs 45,999. Considering the price range, it'll be closely competing with the OnePlus 6T.
  25. Last year, we witnessed the rise of Xiaomi in India, and the rate at which they've disrupted the market is unprecedented. The brand dethroned Samsung as the number one smartphone maker in the country based on units shipped. In fact, Xiaomi has clearly been the leader these past few quarters when it came to market share in India. Samsung has been far less aggressive in terms of competition, but now the tides are slowly changing. The South Korean giant is going all in to protect its market share and changing its product line-up massively. They've announced the launch of M-series smartphones today, a completely new line-up to cater the budget segment. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla The M10 and M20 are the first phones in the new series and the first thing you'll notice about them is the design. These are also the first phones from the company to sport a notch. Samsung was among the very few major brands to not equip their phones with a notch just for the sake of it. The brand is calling the display notch as "Infinity-V Display", in line with their Infinity Display branding. The M20 is the elder sibling and comes with a 6.3-inch Full HD+ display. Powering the phone is a Exynos 7904 octa-core processor, clocked at 1.8Ghz. It ships with 3GB RAM and 32GB internal storage in the base variant, while the second option has 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage. A microSD card slot has also been included for expansion. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla On the rear, it has a 13-megapixel primary sensor with an f/1.9 aperture and a 5-megapixel secondary sensor with an f/2.2 aperture. The secondary sensor is a wide angle lens, similar to what we've seen onboard the Galaxy A7. The front has an 8-megapixel selfie shooter. Lastly, the phone comes with a huge 5000mAh battery that supports fast charging. The M10 has a 6.2-inch HD+ display and is backed by a Exynos 7870 octa-core chipset, clocked at 1.6Ghz. The base variant gets 2GB RAM along with 16GB internal storage. The second option comes with 3GB RAM and 32GB internal storage. On the back is a 13-megapixel primary sensor and a 5-megapixel secondary sensor. Even here, the secondary sensor consists of a wide angle lens. The front has a 5-megapixel lens for selfies. Lastly, it has a 3400mAh battery. Galaxy M20 will be priced at INR 12,990 for the 4GB+64GB variant, while the 3GB+32GB variant will cost INR 10,990. Galaxy M10 is priced at INR 8,990 for the 3GB+32GB variant and INR 7,990 for the 2GB+16GB.
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