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By on 100

Smartron offers great battery backup and you can run multiple apps without any hiccups. It is one of the perfect phones at the price but with the average camera.Last year, Smartron decided to enter in the smartphone space with its

By on 50 is a decent budget smartphone with some outstanding features in the price segment. The goods of this smartphone make up for the ones where it lags behind. It gives tough competition to brands like Coolpad and LeEco.There are several...

By on 74

I n 2016, Indian company Smartron stepped into the product segment and launched the and And the company did get a lot of attention not just because of these two products, but also because of its high-profile brand...

By IndiaToday on 65

All in all, the is a mixed bag. The smartphone has great internals for the price but those internals are packaged in a pretty mediocre body. The rather poor cameras, sub-standard battery life and lack of a storage expansion further pull the...

By Gadgets360 on 70

Smartron makes a better impression the second time around. The is actually a very good performer, as long as you don't count the cameras. Rs. 14,000 is not a bad price for a phone that's more powerful than the Honor 6X (Review) and the Moto G5...

By Digit on 73

The Smartron offers a bright display, good build and impressive performance. However, a poor camera, low battery life and heating issues seem to be recurring problems for the manufacturer. We faced these issues in the too, and Smartron...

By on

Well, for the starters like Smartron, the is the third device the company has launched. Within just opening of the game, the has performed very well. In a nutshell, this could be the first Indian phone that tackles the Chinese rivals...

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To sum things up, we'll say that we've seen better smartphones than the in this price bracket. But then again, it's targeted more towards hardcore fans of Sachin Tendulkar.The positives of the smartphone include its sturdy built and vibrant...

By TheMobileIndian on

Overall, with a price tag of Rs 13,999, the smartphone has a lot to offer in terms of sheer performance, lightweight design and well-optimised software, though it has some flaws in the camera department. But overall, we finally have an Indian brand...