OnePlus 9 Pro: OnePlus has worked closely with the iconic Swedish brand Hasselblad to improve the colour science of its newest flagship devices. The 9 Pro is the best and most expensive OnePlus device ever. The rear cam integrates a 48MP Sony IMX789 primary sensor (with OIS and EIS support) that features an f/1.8 lens, a 50MP Sony IMX766 lens with an ultra-wide angle lens, a 2MP monochrome sensor and an 8MP telephoto lens. The other differentiator is the 6.7-inch QHD+ (1440 x 3216 pixels) Fluid 2.0 AMOLED display. Speed is a given with OnePlus, this one’s powered by the best of breed Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor (Snag it on Amazon – Rs 64,999 onwards)



Amazfit T-Rex Pro: takes up the baton from last year’s Amazfit T-Rex and comes with some key enhancements. The T-Rex Pro is unmistakably rugged; 15 military-grade certificates back its rugged credentials. It’s designed to resist extreme environments and withstand extreme temperatures. The 1.3-inch AMOLED display (360 x 360 pixels) offers great visibility under harsh sunlight and punchy colours. Amazfit touts a new ExerSense workout recognition algorithm that can automatically recognise 8 sports modes (including swimming and elliptical); the watch offers over 100 sports modes. The watch also offers in- built GPS and SpO2 tracking. (Order it on Amazon – Rs 12,999)



Samsung Galaxy A72: the latest addition to Samsung’s A series, the A72 is in flagship killer territory with many key features that users seek in flagship smartphones. One of the highlights is the 6.7-inch Super AMOLED display (1080 x 2400 pixels / 393 PPI) that peaks at 800 nits and offers a 90Hz refresh rate. Gaming and catching videos are fun; the stereo speakers add to its immersive appeal. The rear cam is another key win – it’s driven by a 64MP primary lens with OIS that sharpens lowlight images and videos and also features an 8MP telephoto lens that offers up to 3X optical zoom. (Available on the Samsung India website from Rs 34,999 onwards)



Skullcandy Indy ANC: becomes the brand’s first true wireless earbuds to feature Active Noise Cancelling (ANC). The Skullcandy companion app allows you to personalise your sound experience. The enhanced fit, as well as ambient listening mode, provides more comfort and convenience with the ability to use each bud solo. Battery life is quite solid – 19 hours with ANC on. Other useful touches include support for Tile (so you don’t have to worry about losing your buds), IPX4 certification for sweat and water resistance and a wireless charging case. (Check it out on the Skullcandy India website – Rs 10,999)