Stories Tagged 'Smart phones'
The mid-range segment is the most popular in Nepal’s smartphone market Since most people don’t want to live with the compromises made on cheap budget phones and not everyone can afford premium flagship handsets, the mid-range segment has always been a sweet spot for Nepali consumers
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In 2008, the UK Post Office commissioned a survey to evaluate the effects of mobile phones on young people. The survey found that more than half of the people surveyed suffered from some kind of anxiety when they were without their smartphones.
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Researching a smartphone on the internet about its specifications and price range before purchasing one is the smart way to go.
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Hi there, I have been looking to buy a smartphone for around Rs 40,000. I’ve looked at a few options and all of them look nice. I don’t have any particular aspect where the phone needs to excel.
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Smartphone users are consistently on a hunt for updated phones that don’t leave a hole in their wallet. They want phones that are affordable, chic and durable. But, not all phones that promise value for money live up to the customer’s faith. A new mid-range phone that promises performance features, and quality has just arrived in town. Let’s see if Xiaomi Mi A2, available in the market for Rs 30, 999, is worth your money.
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OTTO Phones has launched their latest smartphone, the Frank 7. The new device joins the Frank series of smartphones in Nepal.
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