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Huawei Y7 Prime Review: Back to Square One

The launch of new smartphones often brings excitement among the smartphone enthusiasts. And like always, a new mid-ranger from Huawei, dubbed with Huawei Y7...

Xiaomi Redmi Note 5A Prime Review: Above Average?

The Xiaomi Redmi Note 5A Prime is the higher-end version of Redmi 5A. Both the phones can be considered as an upgrade over the...

RØDE VideoMic NTG Review: Defining microphone versatility!

We live and breath video production here at Gadgetbyte and thus strive for the minutest possibility to make our videos better than ever. The...
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Huawei Mate 8 Hands-on Review, Price in Nepal

The Huawei’s Flagship smartphone, Huawei Mate 8 was already launched in CES 2016 few months back. Now the phone has been exclusively launched for the...
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Dell G7 Gaming Laptop Review: Cuts to the Core

With the Inspiron series gone, G7 begins a new G-series. What does it bring to the table? Find out in our review.

Samsung Galaxy A7 2017 Review: A Fancy Midrange Phone

Samsung, the Korean giant that already has a good standing on budget and flagship ranges with its Galaxy J series and Galaxy S series smartphones...
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Nubia Phones Showdown: V18, Z17 Lite And Z17 MiniS – Still Relevant?

Nubia is another Chinese smartphone company that made its entry to the Nepali market recently. And they entered with four phones - Nubia V18,...

Colors Pearl Black K2 Review

Chinese Smartphones are gathering a lot of attention in Nepalese Market mainly because it offers trifling price with worthy specification. Every users can’t afford to splash the cash on high end smartphones thus the devices from companies like Colors seem to fill that gap, or do they? Let's find out!
POCO X2 Long-Term Review Price in Nepal

POCO X2 Long-Term Review: #SmoothAndFast is right!

The POCO X2 has been out for a little over a month now & I thought I should use it for some extended time...
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Samsung Galaxy M30s Review: It’s not just about the 6000mAh battery!

The mid-range segment is getting fiercely competitive. Under the price of Rs. 30,000, there is a cut-throat competition between a number of value for...