The A-List: Your Weekly Tech Guide To The Coolest Gadgets And Accessories
It’s that time of the week when we bring you the list of the best gadgets you could consider spending money on
Samsung Galaxy M53 5G: The 6.7-inch Super AMOLED Plus display with a 120Hz refresh rate is one of the headline features of Samsung’s latest M series device. It also packs a massive 5000 mAh battery and still manages to keep the heft under 180 gm. The Samsung Galaxy M53 is the first M series device to be kitted with a 108MP primary lens. The company has thrown in an additional 2MP depth sensor (the M52 featured a triple rear cam) aside from the 8MP ultra-wide cam and 2MP macro lens. With a Mediatek Dimensity 900 processor at its heart, the M53 comes in a choice of two hardware variants – 6GB/128GB and 8GB/128GB. Order it on Amazon from Rs 26,499.
Sony Bravia X75K TV: Sony’s next-gen Bravia TV has a 4K Ultra HD display and features Sony X-Reality PRO and Motionflow XR experience that delivers a smooth viewing experience. The TV uses advanced algorithms to cut noise and boost detail. With an even clearer 4K signal, everything you watch is full of life-like colour and contrast. Google TV voice search is baked in and it works seamlessly with Apple AirPlay 2 and HomeKit. Check it out on the Sony India website, priced starting at Rs 69,900.
OnePlus Nord CE 2 Lite: The Nord CE 2 Lite may be OnePlus’ first phone under Rs 20,000 but it doesn’t cut too many corners. It comes in two cool colour ways: Blue Tide, a gorgeous spin on aquamarine blue, and Black Dusk that pays homage to the original OnePlus One’s Sandstone rear cover with a smooth finish. A 5000 mAh battery powers it and there’s a 33W Super-VOOC charger in the box. The triple rear cam combines a 64MP primary lens with a 2MP depth sensor and 2MP macro lens. The OnePlus CE 2 Lite also features thoughtful additions like a 3.5mm headphone jack. Available from Rs 19,999 on Amazon.
Realme Pad mini: There are few alternatives to the iPad mini, if you’re in the market for a small tab. Realme’s Pad mini aims to fill that gap with an Android tab powered by a Unisoc T616 processor. It boasts of an ultra-slim form factor (just 7.6 mm) despite packing a robust 6400 mAh battery that promises over 15 hours of continuous video playback. A 18W charger is part of the box. It features a 8.7-inch LCD screen and is supported by a dual speaker system. Available on the Realme website from Rs 10,999.