Sony Xperia 10 III review: A solid mid-range 5G phone with a 21:9 screen and good battery life, but the price is high Review

Sony has long ploughed its own smartphone furrow, supporting a wide 21:9 screen that makes for taller handsets than usual and lends itself to video consumption. Xperia phones target three price bands: Xperia 1 is the flagship, Xperia 5 covers the mid-range, and Xperia 10 is the entry-level model, vying with mid-range priced phones from other makers. I’ve already looked at the latest Xperia 1 III which turned out to be well featured but expensive. How does the £399 (inc. VAT) Xperia 10 III fare? (At the time of writing, the Xperia 10 III is not officially available in the US.)

The 6-inch Xperia 10 III is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 690 5G chipset with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage (expandable via MicroSD at the expense of a second SIM).

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By modern standards this 6-inch phone is a small handset. It measures

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COROS Vertix 2 outdoor sports watch review: Challenging Garmin with longer battery life, lower price, dual GNSS support Review

Over the years, Garmin has been my primary platform for exercise, sleep, and activity tracking. A couple of years ago I reviewed the COROS Vertix and then purchased one due to the extreme battery life, high end materials, and active support. COROS lived up to its potential with regular software and feature updates, continued excellent performance of the Vertix, and battery life that never let me down.

A couple of weeks ago COROS announced the Vertix 2 GPS adventure watch with a few new features and an increased launch price. When you compare it to the Garmin Fenix 6 Sapphire then you realize the $699.99 price of the Vertix 2 is $100 to $200 less than the similarly specified Fenix 6. We’ve spent a couple of weeks with the Vertix 2, including using it for tracking the three legs I completed in the recent Ragnar Trail Rainier event.

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JioPhone Next Can Unleash a Credit Revolution Across the Globe With Its Low Price Point

A smartphone commonly thought to be priced down below $50 (about Rs. 3,650), likely the world’s cheapest, will start out providing a week from now. If Mukesh Ambani’s JioPhone Following, an Android unit customized-built for India by Alphabet’s Google, is a strike in the cost-mindful sector, it will fix just one problem for banks although posing a different. With the country’s remaining 300 million feature-cellular phone people heading on-line, there will be a surge of purchaser info that can stand in for collateral. The query is, how will banking institutions get their hands on it?

An solution has arrive from iSPIRT, a modest band of plan influencers quietly environment up technology standards for India’s digital markets, inducing companies to enter new, open-community markets from online payments to healthcare.

The Bangalore-dependent team is championing a refreshing established of players — account aggregators — to unlock a a lot sought-just after prize:

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Vivo Y21 With 5,000mAh Battery, MediaTek Helio P35 SoC Launched in India: Price, Specifications

Vivo Y21 was released in the Indian market on Friday. The cellular phone options a waterdrop-design and style notch screen and has a rectangular-formed module at the back again. It packs a twin rear camera set up with a 13-megapixel principal camera. It is powered by the MediaTek Helio P35 SoC and packs a 5,000mAh battery. The Vivo Y21 runs on Android 11 computer software and has a side-mounted fingerprint scanner. The cellular phone has released in two colour selections and will be out there by way of many on the web web-sites.

Vivo Y21 price in India, sale

The new Vivo Y21 is priced in India at Rs. fifteen,490 for the 4GB + 128GB variant. The corporation suggests that a 4GB RAM + 64GB storage alternative will be out there soon. The handset will be out there across Vivo India E-shop, Amazon, Flipkart, Paytm, TataCliq, Bajaj Finserv EMI Retail

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Infinix Smart 5A With Dual Rear Cameras, Android 11 (Go Edition) Launched in India: Price, Specifications

Infinix Smart 5A was introduced in India on Monday as a new model in the firm’s Smart five sequence, immediately after the primary Infinix Smart five. The new Infinix cellular phone comes with twin rear cameras and a waterdrop-fashion exhibit notch. The Infinix Smart 5A also carries twin selfie flash and runs on Android 11 (Go version) with a tailor made pores and skin on prime. Infinix has partnered with Reliance Jio to bundle added benefits with the Smart 5A and make it correctly underneath the Rs. 6,000 selling price bracket. The Infinix Smart 5A competes from the likes of the Redmi 9A and Realme C11 (2021).

Infinix Smart 5A selling price in India, start offers

Infinix Smart 5A selling price in India has been established at Rs. 6,499 (MRP Rs. seven,999) for the lone 2GB RAM + 32GB storage variant. The cellular phone will be accessible for acquire via

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