2016 has been a great year for Smartphones and here are some of the releases that year. All of these phones comes equipped with either Snapdragon 821 and 820 Chipset.
The Xiaomi Mi5s is the popular successor to the Mi5 and comes with some significant upgrades. The new Snapdragon 821 and a 12 mp SonyIMX378 Sensor are just two of the highlights that make this an awesome Flagship. Is it really worth to upgrade to the newer version?
Xiaomi’s newest Flagship is a 6.4 inch Behemoth and features the world’s first Truly Edge-less or Bezel-less Display
Is it worth the upgrade to the OnePlus 3T (Turbocharge version)? Find out what neat upgrades and features are in store in most awaited upgrade.
The Xiaomi Mi5 is the successor to the Mi5, and comes with a faster chip, better build, a new camera sensor similar to the Google Pixel and NFC Support.
The bigger version of the Mi5s series and also comes with a few surprises, such as Dual 13 megapixel rear cameras that offers both RGB and Monochrome mode. But is it better than the non plus Mi5s?
The Le Pro 3 is the successor to the Le Max, but is it better? Aside from the obvious new Chipset and expected blistering RAW Power, what else can you expect from LeeCo’s new Flagship.
Xiaomi’s latest flagship offers Top Tier Specs and a gorgeous design. The Mi Note 2 offers dual curved screen, blistering Snapdragon 821 chip, 22.5 MP camera and an OLED Display.