iPhone 12 Pro Max: this year Apple unleased four iPhones for the first time ever. The 12 Pro Max isn’t just the largest in this line-up; it’s also the most feature packed. Apple rejigged the design language with a gorgeous flat-edge design that makes the larger iPhone easier to clasp. Apple stretches the vibrant XDR OLED display to 6.7-inches, the largest ever on an iPhone. But it’s the triple rear cam that truly justify the device’s ‘Pro’ tag. A new ƒ/1.6 aperture on the wide camera and a LiDAR sensor add to its lowlight photography creds. (From Rs 1,29,900 onwards on the Apple India online store)   


Samsung Sero: A TV that flips. We’ve been looking forward to this TV reaching Indian shores ever since we first spotted this at CES in Las Vegas earlier this year.  Crafted for the Snapchat generation, Samsung’s new Sero can switch from landscape to Portrait mode with a flick of a switch. This 43-inch 4K TV is perfect to mirror your smartphone screen minus the ‘letterboxing’. So whether you want to catch up Instagram Reels or Facebook videos, you’re more than covered. Mounted on a non-removable stand it also includes a 4.1-channel, 60-watt speaker system and an AI engine to upscale content to 4K (Available on Reliance Digital at Rs 1,24,990)

FUJIFILM X-T200: Fujiflim has just added a new colour – Black, to its popular compact and lightweight mirrorless digital camera that delivers outstanding image quality with Fujifilm’s proprietary colour reproduction technology. The X-T200 comes with the same central viewfinder style adopted by popular X-Series such as the FUJIFILM X-T3. This cam is fitted in a compact body with excellent grip and weighs just 370 gm. It boasts of an APS-C sensor packing 24.24 million pixels and a high-performance image processing engine. Its 3.5 inch LCD monitor also comes with touch operation and upgraded still features with faster and more precise auto-focus. (Available on Flipkart at Rs 49,999)


OnePlus Buds Z: the follow up to OnePlus’ first ever True wireless Bluetooth earbuds, the One Plus Buds Z deliver great value at their sticker price. These buds don’t take a ‘one-size fits all’ route like their pricier predecessor – you get a choice of silicon tips. The other upside with this design decision is better sound isolation. These buds clock around 4 to 5 hours and OnePlus pegs the battery life with the case at about 20 hours. There’s a convenient quick charge that powers your buds for three hours of usage in just 10 minutes. (Available on Amazon at Rs 2,999)