Samsung unveils midrange Galaxy A14

The Samsung Galaxy A14 seems to be a costly smartphone when you take the US dollar exchange rate into account. In Pakistan, better solutions are offered at reasonable pricing.

Samsung Galaxy A14 is a midrange

If you are just a common man who needs a decent smartphone for everyday use I recommend you to buy Tecno Pova Neu.

It has a 6000 mAh battery and comes with 18W charger. The CPU arrangement is good and offers you decent speed.

Telecom Service providers in Pakistan do not provide quality service. Buying an expensive smartphone will not help you enjoy your favorite services on mobile data.

I use Netflix, WhatsApp , Exchange email account and MS Office on my Tecno Pova Neu. It allows me to run all the apps and services smoothly

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Tecno has introduced a new low cost smartphone-Pop 5


Pop 5 Pro – Photo courtesy Tecno

The new iPhone 5 Pro of Techno’s Pop series is being launched for the first time in India.

The entry level phone has MediaTek’s Helio A22 processor.

With a 6.52-inch FHD Plus display, the phone uses the Android 11 operating system Go Edition, which is integrated with the company’s HiOS 7.6. The smartphone has 269 ppi and 480 nits, which seems reasonable at the price which it is offered.

In the Android Go edition, Google apps use Internet data and work faster on slower Internet.

A special feature of the Pop5 Pro is the powerful 6000 mAh battery.

The company claims that with a full charge, the battery can talk up to 54 hours and listen to music for more than 120 hours.

The phone has 3GB RAM and 32GB storage while the feature of splash resistant is also given.

The back of the phone has a dual camera setup with an 8-megapixel main camera and an AI helper camera.

There is a 5 megapixel selfie camera hidden in the water drop notch on the front of the phone.

The Pope 5 Pro will be available in 3 colors, priced at 4 114 (over 20,000 Pakistani rupees).

Tecno Pop 5 Pro is a reasonable smartphone that can fulfil the desire of an average smartphone users in India and Pakistan. 

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