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POCO M2 Pro Review – An Upgraded Redmi Note 9 Pro

Xiaomi's spin-off smartphone brand POCO recently expanded its portfolio with a new entry in India earlier this month. Unlike previous POCO smartphones that targeted the affordable flagship and mid-range spaces, the POCO M2 Pro is targeting the budget segment this time around. Not that there aren’t already enough contenders swarming the budget space, thus adding...

POCO M2 Pro launched in India with Snapdragon 720G, 5000mAh battery and 33W fast charger

POCO, an independent offshoot from Xiaomi, has just announced a new smartphone in India. Dubbed the POCO M2 Pro, the latest entry in the POCO lineup is geared towards the budget segment. The phone is priced very competitively and offers a premium design, a quad-camera setup, a sizeable battery, and a 33W fast charger.POCO M2 Pro:...

Nintendo 3DS emulation: Official Citra for Android performance testing on the Snapdragon 865, 855, and 845

Citra, the most popular Nintendo 3DS emulator, was officially released for Android onto the Google Play Store last week, and its performance has been at the forefront of the conversation. I'm sure anybody who saw its release wondered whether they could play their favorite Nintendo 3DS games on their Android smartphone or tablet, so I've...

Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 Pro Review: Max Performance without “Max” Flavor

Xiaomi's smartphones are the epitome of affordability. The Redmi Note series enjoys the status of being one of the most popular budget smartphone series. A few years ago, any smartphone enthusiast would quickly choose the Redmi Note series when recommending a worthy performance-oriented and affordable smartphone. But since then, the smartphone market has become much...

Qualcomm announces the Snapdragon 720G, 662, and 460 SoCs with support for India’s NavIC

In December 2019 at the Snapdragon Tech Summit in Hawaii, Qualcomm announced new mobile platforms – the Snapdragon 865 as well as the Snapdragon 765 and 765G – catering to the top and upper-mid tiers of the smartphones. Those chipsets were, respectively, upgrades to Qualcomm's flagship SoCs – the Snapdragon 855/855 Plus – and the...