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5 Recent Launches That Are Set To Take The India Market By Storm

The Indian market is all set to get a major revamp following the launch of these 5 gadgets that is sure to take the market by storm. These launches cover most of the areas where the gadget commercials are seen to hit a spike for the Indian Diaspora. Some of them are being launched for the first time in India. Let’s have a look at the pros and cons and how much of an effect they will have in India.

1.    Canon EOS RP: The Beatles of the Camera segment, Canon launches its second full-frame mirror less snapper in India. It has a 26.2-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor with 4k video recording format.

Canon EOS RP

Pros:

  • The camera is very light, slimmer and shorter and weighs 485g.
  • The price is very less 1,10,495 (body price) which is less than the competitors in the market.

Cons:

  • EOS RP has 2.36 million-dot EVF which is less than EOS R’s 3.69 million-dot EVF.
  • ●        The lens used in the camera is costly and have to be bought separately.

The camera is perfect for advanced professionals who want to brush up their skills.

2.    Samsung A50: Samsung launches its new phone which is priced at 19,990. It has a 6.4-inch full-HD+ (1080×2340 pixels) Infinity-U Display.

Samsung Galaxy A50

Pros:

  • It has a 4,000mAh battery that supports USB C- type port with a 25-megapixel camera.
  • It is one of the best looking phones in recent times and has a nice blend of plastic and glass at the back end. 

Cons:

  • It has 6GB or 4GB RAM in a time where phone under 15k has 8GB Ram.

The brand power of Samsung plays a major role in the market and can easily challenge Oneplus.

3.    Redmi Note 7: Chinese company Xiaomi launches its new phone in the Redmi series. This mid-range phone is a typical Xiaomi phone suitable for middle-class Indians. It comes in 6.30-inch with 1080×2340 pixels and runs on Android Pie.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 7

Pros:

  • Strong 2.2 GHz processor and a satisfying 3GB RAM with 32GB storage (variant available).
  • Better Camera quality among mid-range phone {13-megapixel (Front Camera) and 48 megapixels (Rear Camera)}.

Cons:

  • Heating problems and not equipped for gaming.
  • Doesn’t support C-type.

This phone is a Xiaomi speciality and looking at past Redmi launches, expects this to be sold a lot seeing its features at such a low price.

4.    Nubia Alpha: This is the world first gaming smartwatch. It is a watch that you wear around your wrist and acts like a smartphone. It features a 4-inch flexible OLED with 960×192 pixel resolution.

Nubia Alpha Smartwatch

Pros:

  • Runs on custom OS and support hand gestures.
  • Battery works for two days and has powerful hardware (RAM – 1GB, Storage – 8GB and 5MP front)
  • The device is water resistant.

Cons:

  • Expensive than a phone of similar specs

This will bridge the gap between smartphone and watch. This would be popular as an expensive gift that wealthy Indians will flaunt. The price is decent with36k.

5.    View Sonic LS800HD: View sonic launches three projectors, and this is the best among them and even better than any other in the market. It comes with an LED-based projector with integrated Harmon Kardon speakers.

Viewsonic LS800HD

Pros:

  • Cheap Portable projector with 30,000-hour life
  • It is very light, easy to carry and with 4K resolutions.
  • Various connectivity with Bluetooth, HDMI, USB 2.0 & C-type, etc.

Cons:

  • The device is very brittle and needed to be taken extra care for.

It is a multi-functional budget projector, and the price is just shy of 50k and can be easily used for any work. These are gadgets which target a different audience and with advanced features in a budget. Hence they will sell a lot even amidst competition.

-Travelrasoi

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