Abhishek Baxi

A technology columnist and a digital consultant, he quit Microsoft in 2011 to go independent and write more, watch a lot of movies, and travel randomly.

Abhishek's Posts

Nokia 8 Sirocco review: A premium indulgence

The Nokia 8 Sirocco is shiny, yet solid, and offers pure and up-to-date Android experience… but does that merit a premium price tag? Find out in our Nokia 8 review.
by Abhishek Baxi2 days ago

Vietnamese smartphone brand Mobiistar moves its base to India

As Vietnamese handset brand Mobiistar enters the Indian market, the company has also decided to make India its global headquarters.
by Abhishek Baxi4 days ago

Micromax finally launches its first Android Go smartphone, Bharat Go, in India

Aimed at developing markets such as India with low smartphone penetration, Android Go is a toned-down version of the Android Oreo operating system.
by Abhishek Baxi4 days ago

Asus Zenfone Max Pro (M1) review: A well-rounded budget smartphone

The new Asus Zenfone Max Pro (M1) aims to be a well-rounded budget offering to reclaim the sub-$225 category in India.
by Abhishek Baxi1 week ago

Nokia 7 Plus review: The perfect mid-range smartphone

Is the Nokia 7 Plus the device to translate the wide consumer interest in the 'new' Nokia into real sales? Here’s our Nokia 7 Plus review.
by Abhishek Baxi2 weeks ago

Indian OEM Smartron launches its first fitness tracker with ECG and BP monitoring

The tband is the company’s first step towards building the tronX health ecosystem.
by Abhishek Baxi2 weeks ago

Fitbit brings its smartwatch Fitbit Versa, with female health tracking, to India

The company’s lightest smartwatch features a 4-day battery lift and cross-platform compatibility, along with two new marquee features – female health tracking and quick replies.
by Abhishek Baxi2 weeks ago

Xiaomi ventures into services in India with Mi Music and Mi Video

Mi Music and Mi Video are the first Internet services that Xiaomi has brought to India.
by Abhishek Baxi3 weeks ago

You’ll be able to buy OnePlus 6 at pop-up events in India ahead of general sales

Pop-up events across eight Indian cities will allow customers to experience and purchase the upcoming the OnePlus 6.
by Abhishek Baxi3 weeks ago

Realme is a new e-commerce-only sub-brand from OPPO

Under the new brand, the company will offer a range of devices that will be ‘Made for and in India’.
by Abhishek Baxi4 weeks ago
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