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Nothing Phone 1 vs Google Pixel 6A: Battle for the mid-range

**The newly launched Google Pixel 6A and the Nothing Phone 1 are the two of the most hyped phone launches of 2022 and are some of the best mid-range devices currently available. But which of the two is a better device for the money? Does the Pixel justify its Rs 10000 higher price? Let's make them compete head-on and see which is the better deal for your money.** #### Nothing Phone (1) ![Nothing Phone 1.jpg]( The [Nothing Phone 1]( is the first smartphone from Carl Pei’s new venture Nothing. It is a design focus phone with many unique features. #### Google Pixel 6A ![Google Pixel 6A.jpg]( The Pixel A devices from [Google]( have been some of the most successful mid-range android devices. Featuring the same flagship-level Tensor SoC from its bigger brother the **Pixel 6** and the **Pixel 6 Pro**, [Pixel 6A]( delivers the cleanest Android experience. ### Nothing Phone 1 vs Google Pixel 6A: Design The Google Pixel 6A features a similar design language to the other devices from the Pixel 6 series. Compared to the older [Pixel 4A]( and the [Pixel 5A](, the latest phone looks way more premium and high-end. ![Google Pixel 6A Cover.jpg]( There have been several attempts on using transparent back panels in smartphones but none were as visually appealing as the Nothing Phone 1. Combined with the Glyph interface, Nothing has created one of the most unique-looking devices ever. The shape of the Nothing Phone looks identical to the [iPhone 12](, which is not a bad thing. **Winner:** *Nothing Phone 1* Even though with the Pixel 6 series, Google has come a long way from the industrial design, the Nothing Phone 1 is the device to go with if you want to stand out from the crowd. ### Nothing Phone 1 vs Google Pixel 6A: Display The Google Pixel features a 6.1” OLED HDR display that runs at 60 Hz. Though lack of a high refresh rate might be a deal breaker for many, there are no complaints when it comes to the quality of the display. Unlike Google, Nothing did not cut any corners when it comes to the display, featuring a 120Hz 6.55” HDR10+ display, the Nothing Phone 1 has a far superior display compared to the Pixel. Moreover, it uses curved OLED displays, similar to [iPhone X]( and later, to eliminate the chin that is even present in many flagship Android devices. **Winner:** *Nothing Phone 1* Manufacturers usually cut corners to stay within a required budget for mid-range devices and the display is the area where Google has done so. ### Nothing Phone 1 vs Google Pixel 6A: Performance Unlike the display, Google has not cut any corners when it comes to the specifications of the device. Pixel 6A features the same custom Tensor SoC as seen in the flagship [Pixel 6 Pro]( and the [Pixel 6]( Combined with 6 GB of RAM and a focus on AI enhancements, the phone delivers flagship-level performance both in benchmarks and in real-world usage. ![Performance.jpg]( On paper and in benchmarks, the Nothing Phone 1 does not seem to have anything to write home about. But the engineers from Nothing have worked closely with Snapdragon to create a custom version of the 778G+ for Phone 1. Compensating with more RAM, 8 GB for the base and 12 GB for the top variant, Phone 1 packs enough power for the majority of tasks you might do on your phone. **Winner:** *Google Pixel 6A* While most people may find both the devices adequate for daily use, the more powerful Tensor SoC in the Pixel packs a lot more punch for the intensive tasks one might use their phone for. ### Nothing Phone 1 vs Google Pixel 6A: Camera ![Camera.jpg]( The Google Pixel is equipped with a 12.2 MP primary and a 12 MP ultrawide camera, the same camera system Google has used for years in their A devices, but with industry-leading image processing, the images from the Pixel can compete with many flagship devices. With a dual 50 MP sensor, the Nothing phone packs superior camera hardware and outputs decent images in broad daylight, but as the availability of light drops, so does the quality of the image coming from Nothing. Moreover, the bare-bones camera app is subpar. **Winner:** *Google Pixel 6A* Google Pixels camera outputs some of the best images irrespective of the camera hardware. ### Nothing Phone 1 vs Google Pixel 6A: Software ![Software.jpg]( Both the devices come with Android 12 from the box, where the Pixel uses stock Android, Nothing comes with a Glyph-Interface that mostly provides a similar user interface to the Stock Android with several features and UI elements baked on the top. **Winner:** 'Tie' When it comes to software, it is mostly a personal preference. With both devices providing a clean and smooth experience, the decision falls solely upon the user. #### Miscellaneous With the help of the AI capabilities of the custom Tensor SoC, Google Pixel devices have been able to have several unique features such as Real Tone, Face Unblur, Live captions and Magic Eraser. The back of Nothing Phone (1) consists of 900 individual LEDs. These are primarily used as LED notifications for phone calls or changing animations. These can also be used as halo light for taking macro shots of really close objects. ![Screen.jpg]( #### Verdict While both the devices are solid mid-rangers, the Google Pixel 6A priced at Rs 43999 is overall the superior device and justifies the higher price tag with the display being its primary disadvantage. But if you are on a tight budget the Nothing Phone 1 priced at Rs 31999 is still an excellent option.

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ASUS ROG Phone 6 and 6 Pro: a quick look and Mini review

**ASUS has been the undisputed king of the industry when it comes to gaming phones, though still a niche segment, gaming phones are gradually becoming more and more mainstream. With their latest creation, the ASUS ROG Phone 6 and the ROG Phone 6 Pro, ASUS have again provided the best gaming phone currently available. Let's have a look at how ASUS has improved on the ROG Phone 5, and ROG Phone 5 Pro.** ### ASUS ROG Phone Design ![Asusdesign.jpg]( The new iterations mostly bring incremental updates to the design when compared to the previous generations, that said the [ROG Phone 6]( and [6 Pro]( do look striking. At 173 x 77 x 10.3 mm and 239 grams of weight both the devices are similar to their predecessor. The only difference between the two devices is the placement of the RGB display at the back. ### ASUS ROG Phone Display ![Asusdisplay.jpg]( On the front, both the phones feature the same 6.78” AMOLED screen at 1080 x 2448 resolution. ASUS ROG phones are the first smartphones to feature a display with a 165 Hz refresh rate and up to 720 Hz touch sampling rate. With a response time of 23 ms, these are the fastest screens we have seen on any mobile to date, the screen response feels instantaneous. The in-display fingerprint sensor has also been improved quite significantly. The ASUS ROG Phone 6 features an illuminating RGB logo on the back which can be used as a notification LED. ![Asus Display.jpg]( Whereas, the ASUS ROG Phone 6 Pro features a fully functional 2” OLED screen with 6 customizable scenarios at the back. ### ASUS ROG Phone Specification and Performance ![Performance Asus.jpg]( The ROG Phone 6 and 6 Pro are packed with all the high-end specification imaginable. With the latest Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, LPDDR5 RAM, UFS 3.1 storage etc. the ROG phones will make the specification nerd very happy. The primary difference between the two devices is in the RAM and storage, where the ASUS ROG Phone 6 comes with 128GB 8GB RAM, 128GB 12GB RAM, 256GB 12GB RAM, 512GB 16GB RAM configurations, the ASUS ROG Phone 6 Pro come at a single specification of 512 GB storage and mind-boggling 18 GB of RAM. Combined with the newer 8+ Gen 1 SoC and 18 GB of LPDDR5 RAM, the ASUS ROG Phone 6 Pro produces a higher score than any other Android device and comes really close to the ridiculously powerful A15 SoC in the Apple iPhone 13 Pro. ### ASUS ROG Phone Gaming Features ASUS ROG Phone 6 duo pack many gaming-specific features. **AIRTRIGGER 6:** The ultrasonic sensors have now been upgraded to support various gestures like Press and Lift, Gyroscope Aiming and Dual Action. **X-Haptic:** ASUS has improved the haptic motor of the device, it produces powerful haptic feedback for an immersive gaming experience. **AEROACTIVE COOLER 6:** ASUS also updated its Aeroactive cooler, which can make the surface of the device up to 25℃ cooler. It also adds four physical buttons to provide better control in the games. ![Gamecontrol.jpg]( ### ASUS ROG Phone Camera Even though the camera on the ROG 6 series has been improved compared to its predecessor, they do fall short when compared to other high-end smartphones like S22 Ultra or the iPhone 13 Pro Max. Even though the cameras are nothing to brag about, they deliver completely usable images with decent dynamic range and clarity. Both the devices share the same camera module with the 50 MP primary, 13 MP ultrawide and a 5 MP macro camera. ### ASUS ROG Phone Battery ![Asus battery.jpg]( Last year’s ROG Phone 5 had one of the best battery life on any phone. With the use of the same massive 6000 mAh (two 3000 mAh cells) and about 30% efficiency improvement with the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, the ROG Phone 6 duo will outlast even the most demanding days. The phones come with a 65 Watt fast charger which [ASUS]( claims can charge the device from 0-100% in 42 minutes, while there is no wireless charging available but there is support for wired reverse charging at 10 Watt. ### Verdict Even though ASUS ROG Phone 5 was a beast of a device when it came to performance and gaming, it was hard to recommend as a daily driver due to some key problems. It seems [ASUS]( listened to the criticism from its users and fixed them with the ROG Phone 6 and 6 Pro. If camera performance is not that important, the ASUS ROG Phone 6 duo are some of the best devices currently present in the market. ASUS ROG Phone 6 price in India is Rs. 71999. ASUS ROG Phone 6 Pro price in India is Rs. 89999.

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Best Smartphones for Blogging in 2022

**During the last few years, Blogging has matured to a point where it has become one of the primary means to gain information regarding various things. From cooking recipes to astronomical events, people access blogs to acquire quick and meaningful information.** ![Dueblogging.jpg]( Due to the advancements in mobile technology, blogging from a smartphone has become a widely seen occurrence. Even though smartphones can not match the functionality provided by laptops when it comes to typing, the portability factor and the simple fact that more people have access to [mobiles](, make smartphones a worthy device to be considered. Whether you are blogging for fun or are a full-time blogger and looking for a smartphone there are some key specifications and features you should keep in mind. **Screen Size:** whether you are a creator or a consumer, it is preferred to get a smartphone with a large display as it gives a larger canvas for you to work with or consume information. **Camera:** it is not a secret that images help in making blogs or articles visually pleasing, having a good camera can help you in elevating the experience of your viewers. **Battery:** being a portable device it is vital for any smartphone to have a good battery life, smartphones with bad battery life should be avoided. **Performance:** a smartphone with flagship-level performance and features is not necessary but should have enough grunts to provide a smooth experience. Here are some devices which you should consider if you are planning to start your journey as a blogger or are looking for an upgrade. **Samsung S22 Ultra** ![samsungultras22.jpg]( The [S22 ultra]( is one of the best smartphones currently available period. With its large beautiful screen, one of the best camera systems on a phone and exceptional level of performance, the S22 Ultra will definitely improve your blogging experience. Moreover, the addition of the S-Pen gives you certain functionality and features that can only be seen with the [Samsung S 22 Ultra]( This Samsung mobile price in India starts from Rs. 1,09,999. **Samsung Galaxy F13** ![Galaxy f13.jpg]( Though it is nice to own a flagship device, by no means it is a necessity. The [Galaxy F13]( is proof of that, coming at an affordable price it checks all the boxes you need in a device for blogging. With a monstrous 6000 mAh battery, F13 will surely keep up with your day even under heavy use. [Samsung]( upcoming mobile, the Samsung Galaxy M23, is also another great choice if you can extend your budget. This Samsung mobile price in India starts from Rs. 12,999. **Motorola G42** ![MotorolaG42.jpg]( Another budget smartphone great for blogging is the newly announced [Motorola G42]( The mid-range Snapdragon 680 chipset is used to power the device, though it will not break any performance record, it is capable enough to provide a smooth experience even under gaming. This Motorola mobile price in India starts from Rs. 13,999. **Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra** ![Mi11.jpg]( The phone that was made to face Samsung’s S22 Ultra, [Mi 11 Ultra]( offers a great value given the specifications. With a gorgeous 6.8” display and a 5000 mAh battery, the phone provides a beautiful space to write to your heart's content all day. With its update, the Mi 12 Ultra is right around the corner, Mi 11 Ultra can be seen with great deals. This Xiaomi Mi mobile price in India starts from Rs. 69,999. **POCO F4 5G** ![Poco.jpg]( [POCO](, a subsidiary of Xiaomi, is keen on providing the flagship experience without the hefty price tag. With its Snapdragon 870 paired with 6 or 8 GB of RAM, the POCO F4 promises to provide a lag-free experience. The [Poco F4]( is a great device if you are looking for a device to start blogging with. This Poco mobile price in India starts from Rs. 23,999. **Apple iPhone 13** ![Apple iphone 13.jpg]( The lower-end “Budget” phone from [Apple](’s current lineup is another great smartphone if you are looking to get into blogging. With the amazing battery life and a top-notch display (pun intended), the [iPhone 13]( provides a balanced feature list anyone might require. Though it lacks some of the features from its bigger brothers, the [iPhone 13 Pro]( and the [iPhone 13 Pro Max](, it provides a well-balanced experience and the amazing stability Apple devices are known for. This iPhone price in India starts from Rs. 79,900. **Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3** ![Galaxyfold3.jpg]( As the name suggests, the [Galaxy Z Fold 3]( is a folding phone. It has a 6.2” display on the outside of the device which can be used for quick interactions but the real magic happens when unfolded, the massive 7.6” provides a tablet-esque experience. With the extreme price of the device, it is not a practical decision but if you can afford it the Galaxy Z Fold 3 is very useful for bloggers. [Samsung]( upcoming mobile, the Samsung Galaxy Fold 4 will also bring the same form factor with improved specifications. This Samsung mobile price in India starts from Rs. 1,39,999.

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iPhone 13 Pro Max vs Samsung S22 Ultra: Battle of the Beasts

**[Samsung S22 Ultra]( and the [iPhone 13 Pro Max]( are arguably the best phones you can buy from their respective platforms, but which one is best for you?** [Apple]( vs [Samsung]( is a rivalry that has been going on for more than a decade. Each year both the companies release their flagship phone in the hope to outperform each other, the silver lining of this battle has to be the amazing products users get to choose from. ### Design ![Design13promax.jpg]( iPhone 13 Pro Max features a minimal design, with a 0.25 mm increase in the thickness, a slightly larger camera bump and a smaller display notch, it looks identical to its predecessor. Dimension: 160.8 x 78.1 x 7.7 mm Build: Stainless Steel frame, Gorilla Glass front and back Samsung completely changed the design of its 2022 flagship. S22 Ultra follows the design language of previous Note devices. Compared to the iPhone, S22 Ultra features sharper corners and curved sides. Dimension: 160.8 x 78.1 x 7.7 mm Build: Aluminium frame, Gorilla Glass front and back Being the top of the line devices from their respective brands, it should be no surprise that both the S22 Ultra and the iPhone 13 Pro Max have amazing designs. Due to the sharp edges, the iPhone feels a little bit uncomfortable to hold for a long time when compared to S22 Ultra. **Winner: Samsung S22 Ultra** ### Display ![Displaysam.jpg]( iPhone 13 Pro Max features a 6.7” (1284x2778) OLED display with ProMotion, a first for any iPhone, dubbed Super Retina XDR. S22 Ultra features a slightly larger 6.8” (1440x3088) Dynamic AMOLED curved display running at 120 Hz. It is a difficult task to find any flaws in the display of either device, the iPhone outputs more true-to-life colours whereas S22 Ultra covers more DCI P-3 colour space. Both the displays are best in class when viewed individually but when compared side by side, S22 Ultra edges ahead with higher brightness and more punchy colours. **Winner: Samsung S22 Ultra** ### Specification ![Specification.jpg]( iPhone 13 Pro Max is powered by Apple’s in-house A15 SoC paired with 6 GB of RAM. S 22 Ultra is powered by the latest snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC paired with 8 GB or 12 GB of RAM On paper, the S22 Ultra with its octa-core design and more RAM easily beats the iPhone whereas according to benchmarks iPhone 13 Pro Max is usually victorious. Though benchmarks do not provide the complete picture and neither of the two devices show signs of slowing down even when pushed to their limits, the extra headroom provided by the A15 chipset in the iPhone 13 Pro Max will be the better bet if you are planning to use your device for more than a few years. ![spe.jpg]( **Winner: Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max** ### Camera ![camerasamsung.jpg]( iPhone 13 Pro, on the back, has a 12 MP main camera, a 12 MP 120° ultrawide and a 12 MP 3x telephoto camera. On the front, there is another 12 MP selfie camera. S22 Ultra flaunts a whopping 108 MP primary camera along with a 12 MP 120° ultrawide and two 10 MP telephoto cameras with 3x and 10x optical zoom. With more megapixels and a bigger sensor, S22 Ultra captures more details in daylight, with its 10x zoom camera, the S22 Ultra also wins when taking pictures of objects at a distance. When it comes to low light situations, even though S22 Ultra produces brighter images the overall quality and details of the image coming from the iPhone 13 Pro Max are superior. Transitions between the different focal lengths are much smoother on iPhone when compared to S22 Ultra. S22 Ultra can record videos at 8K resolution, this is more of a gimmick rather than being a feature. On the other hand, iPhone 13 Pro Max can record ProRes videos which might be useful for a small number of people. iPhone 13 Pro Max is still the king when it comes to video capabilities. **Winner: Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max** ### Battery Life iPhone 13 Pro Max is powered by a 4352 mAh battery with the support of 20 W fast charging. S22 Ultra is powered by a 5000 mAh battery with the support of 45 W fast charging. The battery life of a device depends on many variables other than the raw mAh size of the cell. Even with an approx. 13% smaller battery, iPhone 13 Pro Max lasts longer when compared to the S22 Ultra. Samsung S22 Ultra does offer a faster-charging speed of up to 45 W compared to the 20 W of the iPhone. **Winner: Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max** ### Software iPhone 13 Pro Max comes with iOS 15. S22 Ultra comes with android 12 with OneUI 4.1 on top. Android gives its user more features and customization in the UI. OneUI is also more optimized to work on a larger display. On the other hand, iOS is not much optimized for a large phone but at the same time developers usually spend more time and resources when making apps for iOS, therefore apps look and perform better on an iPhone compared to an Android device, moreover iOS also has a better ecosystem with other Apple products when compared to S22 Ultra. **Winner: Tie** ### Miscellaneous ![s22ultra.jpg]( One of the bonuses you get if you choose the S22 Ultra is the stylus support which is absent on the iPhone. Other than the obvious use cases like drawing or taking notes, the S-Pen can also be used as a remote for the S22 Ultra during presentations or for acting as a shutter button in the camera app. No matter how you look the S-pen offers functionality that the iPhone just cannot match. If you want a top-tier phone but don't want to play finger gymnastics, the iPhone is also available in a smaller footprint, the iPhone 13 Pro, which does not skip any feature from its bigger brother, whereas if you choose the smaller S22 or the S22+, you lose the S-Pen and also lose certain camera features from the S22 Ultra. ### Conclusion It is always hard to compare phones from different ecosystems, there is no clear answer to which phone is superior. If you are looking for a device which you can customize to your heart's content or just want the phone to have hundreds of quirks, S22 Ultra should be your choice. Whereas if you are looking for a fast and premium phone which you can always rely on or if you are a part of or planning to get into the Apple ecosystem, there is no better device than the iPhone 13 Pro Max.

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Best Camera Phones In India: 2022

**Smartphone cameras, in recent years, have improved to a point where they are being used by professionals. With the improvements in computational photography, smartphones have been able to outperform the point-and-shoot cameras of yesteryears. If you are looking for a phone with such capabilities, here are some devices that will excite you.** **Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra** ![SamsungS22Ultra.jpg]( ### MAIN CAMERA | | | |:---------:|:---------:| | Quad | 108 MP, f/1.8, 23mm (wide), 1/1.33", 0.8µm, PDAF, Laser AF, OIS 10 MP, f/4.9, 230mm (periscope telephoto), 1/3.52", 1.12µm, dual pixel PDAF, OIS, 10x optical zoom 10 MP, f/2.4, 70mm (telephoto), 1/3.52", 1.12µm, dual pixel PDAF, OIS, 3x optical zoom 12 MP, f/2.2, 13mm, 120˚ (ultrawide), 1/2.55", 1.4µm, dual pixel PDAF, Super Steady video| |Video|8K@24fps, 4K@30/60fps, 1080p@30/60/240fps, 720p@960fps, HDR10+, stereo sound rec., gyro-EIS| ### SELFIE CAMERA | | | |:---------:|:---------:| | Single | 40 MP, f/2.2, 26mm (wide), 1/2.82", 0.7µm, PDAF| |Video| 4K@30/60fps, 1080p@30fps | [Samsung S22 Ultra]( provides one of the most balanced camera experiences on an Android device. With the help of its large 108 MP camera, S22 Ultra outputs images with a crazy amount of detail. S22 Ultra’s zoom capabilities are on another level compared to any other mobile device. With two 10 MP zoom cameras (3x and 10x), S22 Ultra gives crisp and usable images even up to 30x zoom. S22 Ultra has one of the best edge-detection on any device, resulting in amazing portrait images. [Samsung]( can record slo-mo videos at up to 960fps (that is 32 times slo-mo) for the moments when you want to record high-speed objects. Due to the large resolution and sensor, S22 ultra takes a little longer to capture images. **iPhone 13 Pro/ iPhone 13 Pro Max** ![Iphone13pro.jpg]( ### MAIN CAMERA | | | |----|----| | Triple| 12 MP, f/1.5, 26mm (wide), 1.9µm, dual pixel PDAF, sensor-shift OIS 12 MP, f/2.8, 77mm (telephoto), PDAF, OIS, 3x optical zoom 12 MP, f/1.8, 13mm, 120˚ (ultrawide), PDAF TOF 3D LiDAR scanner (depth)| |Video |4K@24/30/60fps, 1080p@30/60/120/240fps, 10-bit HDR, Dolby Vision HDR (up to 60fps), ProRes, Cinematic mode, stereo sound rec.| ### SELFIE CAMERA | | | |----|----| | Single | 12 MP, f/2.2, 23mm (wide), 1/3.6" SL 3D, (depth/biometrics sensor)| |Video| 4K@24/25/30/60fps, 1080p@30/60/120fps, gyro-EIS | On paper the [Apple iPhone 13 Pro]( has the worst camera when compared to other devices on the list, but given the extreme control [Apple]( has over its devices, the hardware and software work together in such harmony that the images coming out of the device are among the best. Though it does not excel in any one category, the iPhone 13 Pro and the [iPhone 13 Pro Max]( deliver a great overall experience. When compared to other devices in video quality, iPhone 13 Pro is way ahead. If you are looking for a device that produces a great image, irrespective of the conditions iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max should be on top of your list. **Vivo X80 Pro** ![Vivo80xpro.jpg]( ### MAIN CAMERA | | | |----:|----:| |Quad |50 MP, f/1.6, (wide), 1/1.3", PDAF, Laser AF, OIS 8 MP, f/3.4, (periscope telephoto), 1/4.4", 1.0µm, PDAF, OIS, 5x optical zoom 12 MP, f/1.9, 50mm (telephoto), 1/2.93", 1.22µm, Dual Pixel PDAF, 2x optical zoom, gimbal OIS 48 MP, f/2.2, 114˚ (ultrawide), 1/2.0", AF| |Video| 8K, 4K@30/60fps, 1080p@30/60fps, gyro-EIS| ### SELFIE CAMERA | | | |----:|----:| |Single|32 MP, f/2.5, 24mm (wide), 1/2.8", 0.8µm| |Video| 4K@30fps, 1080p@30fps| [Vivo](, in collaboration with Zeiss optics, has put one the best camera hardware in the Vivo X80 Pro. The camera on the device is ridiculously fun to use, there are hundreds of modes in the camera app like Zeiss Natural Camera Colour which switches to a colour science that outputs images that look spot on with what eyes see or the Zeiss Portrait Modes which mimic the style of different Zeiss lenses. With the help of a custom-made sensor and a secondary [Vivo V1]( chip that focuses on optimizing the cameras, Vivo has one of the best low-light video capabilities of any mobile device. Images output by Vivo X80 Pro is of top-notch quality, with excellent Dynamic Range and white balance. The only con about the Vivo camera is the sheer amount of customizability in the app, which can be good for some people. **Google Pixel 6 Pro** ![GooglePixel6pro.jpg]( ### MAIN CAMERA | | | |:----|:----| | Triple | 50 MP, f/1.9, 25mm (wide), 1/1.31", 1.2µm, Dual Pixel PDAF, Laser AF, OIS 48 MP, f/3.5, 104mm (telephoto), 1/2", 0.8µm, PDAF, OIS, 4x optical zoom 12 MP, f/2.2, 17mm, 114˚ (ultrawide), 1.25µm| |Video| 4K@30/60fps, 1080p@30/60/120/240fps; gyro-EIS, OIS | ### SELFIE CAMERA | | | |:----|:----| |Single |11.1 MP, f/2.2, 20mm (ultrawide), 1.22µm| |Video| 4K@30fps, 1080p@30/60fps| With Pixel 6 Pro, [Google]( finally revamped the camera hardware. All the cameras come with newer sensors and combined with the unmatched image procession and the custom Tensor SoC, [Google Pixel 6]( Pro arguably outputs the best image from any mobile device. In daylight, the images captured are crisp with slight over sharpening, with great dynamic range. The images often have slightly cooler colours depending on the lighting situation. With each generation, Google improves the low-light capabilities of the Pixel, needless to say, the Pixel 6 Pro has one of the best low-light cameras in a smartphone. [Google]( introduced a new feature called Magic Eraser with the Pixel 6 series, which uses machine learning to remove unwanted objects from the image, though you can use third-party software for similar functionality, the ease of use in the camera app gives it an edge over its competitors.

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Top 10 Most Expensive Mobile Phones in the World

Do you know the most expensive mobile phones in the world? Our phones are an essential part of our daily life. Now even kids want their mobile phones. But when we think about the budget for mobile phones then we always go for premium features in a pocket-friendly budget. But do you know some people buy smartphones for their luxury? ![The-Most-Expensive-Phones-in-the-World.webp]( Mobile phone prices range widely, from the cheapest phones in the world to the most expensive mobile phones in the world. There are few things that people are more attached to in today's society than their mobile phones. A person's mobile phone serves as his portal to everything that happens in his life. With recent technological breakthroughs, it appears that your smartphone can now accomplish anything that your PC can do. It's no surprise, then, that your cell phone might cost as much as it does. Do you know what is undoubtedly the most important and widely utilized gadget of the twenty-first century? There is only one name for that smart assistant you always have with you: mobile phones. The world of phones is improving by the day, and manufacturers are competing to provide the latest features while also adding new aspects of luxury. If you’re in the market for a phone that will do nearly everything, then you should expect to pay a lot of money. **Top 10+ most expensive mobile phones of the world:** 1. Falcon Supernova iPhone 6 Pink Diamond 2. Black Diamond iPhone 3. Diamond Rose iPhone 4. Supreme Goldstriker iPhone 5. iPhone 3G King’s Button 6. GoldVish Le Million 7. Diamond Crypto Smartphone 8. Gresso Luxor Las Vegas Jackpot 9. Vertu Signature Cobra 10. Black Diamond VPIN 11. iPhone Princess Plus **Falcon Supernova iPhone 6 Pink Diamond** The Falcon Supernova iPhone 6 Pink Diamond Edition is the world's most expensive phone, costing an incredible $48.5 million. The Falcon Supernova is a modified iPhone 6, released in 2004, that is wrapped in 24-carat gold and adorned with a large pink diamond on its back. It's also platinum-coated and has hack-prevention technology to keep the owner's information hidden from prying eyes. ![falcon_supernova.jpg]( The Pink Diamond Falcon Supernova is the prized position of Nita Ambani, the wife of Asia's richest man and owner of the Indian cricket team. It's not the most visually appealing phone on the list, but it is the most expensive phone in the world, so it gets points for that! **Black Diamond iPhone 5** ![. Diamond Black $15.3 million for the iPhone 5..jpg]( Stuart Hughes, a United Kingdom based designer has created Black Diamond iPhone. He created the world's most costly smartphone, the iPhone 5, out of gold and black diamonds. This phone was built in 9 weeks and the mobile is made by hand. This phone's case is believed to be made of 24-carat pure gold, the frame is covered with 600 white diamonds, and the Apple emblem on the back includes 53 of them. Aside from these valuable elements, the screen of this phone is made of sapphire. The solitary, immaculate black deep-cut diamond that has replaced the home button is the star of this black-and-gold iPhone 5. The world's most costly smartphone is owned by a Chinese billionaire. The Black Diamond iPhone is essentially an iPhone 5 coated in gold, diamonds, and a pricey black diamond. **Diamond Rose iPhone** ![DIAMOND-ROSE-IPHONE-4.jpg]( Diamond Rose is the world's second most expensive iPhone to date. If Tony Sage is the client and Stuart Hughes is the designer, the result has to be the world's most expensive phone. The phone's bezel, which costs around $8 million, is constructed of rose and approximately 500 individual perfect diamonds. The rear is similarly rose gold, with the Apple logo encrusted with 53 more diamonds, while the front navigation button is platinum, with interchangeable single cut 7.4ct pink or rare 8ct Flawless diamonds in the center. Furthermore, it is the second most costly mobile phone on our list. **Supreme Goldstriker iPhone** ![Supreme-Goldstriker-iPhone-3G-32GB-1.png]( The Supreme iPhone 3G is the world's third most expensive mobile phone, a variation of Apple's iPhone that costs $3,200,000. The iPhone 3GS Supreme has a 271-gram solid 22k gold case and a screen studded with fifty-three 1-carat diamonds. Furthermore, the home button is set with a single 7.1-carat diamond. But that's not all: the iPhone 3GS Supreme comes with a chest cut from a single block of granite, Kashmir gold accents, and an internal lining made of nubuck top-grain leather. This phone is one of the World's Most Expensive Phones in 2022. **iPhone 3G King’s Button** ![kings-button-iphone3g.jpg]( The fourth most expensive mobile phone in the world is still occupied by an iPhone version known as the King's Button iPhone 3G. This phone was designed by renowned Austrian jeweler Peter Aloisson. This phone has 138 diamonds inserted, making it worth $2.4 million. The home screen button is a magnificent white diamond of 6.6 carats that adds to the elegance of this phone. One hundred thirty-eight diamonds cover the white gold strip that runs around the whole edge of the phone. The phone is regarded as one of the most stunning mobiles on the market and is quite popular among phone lovers. **GoldVish Le Million** ![goldvish.jpg]( GoldVish "Le million" was created by renowned designer Emmanuel Gueit, who has created other luxury watches and jewellery. In Switzerland, the most elegant and expensive mobile phone, "Le Million" Piece Unique, was unveiled. This phone was recognized by Guinness World Records as the world's most expensive mobile phone when it was sold in September 2006 at the Millionaire Fair in Cannes, France. At $1.3 million, this designer phone is bejeweled with 18k white gold and 20 carats of VVS1 diamonds and is often referred to as the world's most expensive phone. **Diamond Crypto Smartphone** ![Diamond-Crypto-Smartphone (1).jpg]( This smartphone was built by luxury accessory maker Peter Aloisson and runs on Windows CE. This one-of-a-kind work of art costs around $1.3 million and is known as the most expensive phone in the world. This one has a cover studded with 50 diamonds, ten of which are rare blue gems. Aside from that, it also has a few rose gold sections. It also protects you from kidnapping and technological blackmail. **Gresso Luxor Las Vegas Jackpot** ![Gresso-Luxor-Las-Vegas-Jackpot.jpg]( This phone is called Luxor Las Vegas Jackpot and comes from Gresso, a traditional provider of luxury handsets. This phone was first introduced in Switzerland in 2005. It weighs 180 grams and is composed of solid gold. The rear panel is composed of more than 200-year-old African backwoods. That is the costliest wood on the planet. Its keys are crafted from sapphire crystal. It also costs around $1 million. **Vertu Signature Cobra** ![vertu cobra.jpg]( Signature by Vertu Cobra is the world's most expensive mobile phone. Virtue has a history of producing some of the world's top premium phones, and the Signature Cobra edition is no exception. The designs are fairly unique, featuring features such as the Cobra snake on the phone side. The ritzy phone was designed by French jeweler Boucheron and assembled by hand in the United Kingdom. This phone has one pear-cut diamond, one round white diamond, two emerald eyes, and 439 rubies. This phone is worth $310,000. **Black Diamond VIPN** ![Black-Diamond-VIPN-Smartphone.jpg]( Sony Ericsson's Black Diamond ranks ninth among the world's most costly mobile phones. Jaren Goh designed this chic concept for Sony. Mirror detailing, polycarbonate mirror, and organic LED technology are included. Of course, when it comes to Sony, the screen findings are unassailable. It has two diamonds, one on the navigation buttons and one on the back of the phone. If you want to gift yourself, then this phone costs around $300,000. **iPhone Princess Plus** ![iPhone-Princess-Plus.jpg]( The iPhone Princess Plus features a feature that is similar to other Apple iPhone mobile phones, making it one of the top ten most costly mobile phones in the world. Peter Aloisson, a well-known Austrian designer, created this iPhone. Aside from the gold, this particular iPhone flavor includes 138 princess cuts and 180 brilliant-cut diamonds weighing 16.50 – 17.75 carats. And, according to Peter Aloisson, diamonds are the highest grade, therefore owning such a device is extremely extraordinary. The price is $176,400.

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Best LG Television To Buy In 2022

**The LG OLED is the best [LG TV]( for most people in 2022. Yes, it's technically a model from last year, but it offers the best price-to-performance ratio of any LG TV introduced in recent years.** Despite being one of the greatest [OLED TVs]( on the market, it may not be suitable for everyone. That's because LG also makes some fantastic-looking 8K TVs, stunning QNED models with higher peak brightness, and some affordable 4K UHD TVs that would be perfect for your kitchen or guest room as a second screen. *We have made the best LG TVs list from this year, to help you figure out which one is appropriate for you. You can compare them to see which is the best option for you.* **1) LG C1** ![lgc1n.jpg]( The LG C1, which was launched in 2021, is the greatest LG TV available today for most consumers. You'll be treated to a stunning OLED picture with an infinite contrast ratio, vibrant colors, and deep blacks. The Alpha 9 Gen 4 AI processor delivers great image quality in areas like motion handling and upscaling. However, we did notice that upscaled faces took on a reddish hue during the process. Despite the fact that it's an older model, it has as many features as any other on the market. 4K resolution, Dolby Vision HDR, Dolby Atmos, and four HDMI 2.1 inputs are all included, making it completely future-proof for next-gen gaming. And now that the LG C2, the 2022 equivalent, is out, it's had a massive price decrease, making it perhaps the best-value TV you can buy if you want something with long-term features and good image quality. The C1 is now our favorite pick because the C2 is newer and hence hasn't seen any discounting yet, whilst the C1 is now much lower than its original RRP, meaning you're getting a lot more TV for your money **2) LG C2** ![lgc2.jpg]( The LG C2 OLED improvised version of last year's which is already a great mid-range OLED television. It's now available in a 42-inch variant, small in size according to the OLED standards as well as the more common larger screen sizes, and its OLED Evo technology improves brightness and color dramatically. It boasts improved color saturation and the Alpha 9 Gen 5 processor, which is a new processor. Object enhancement and dynamic tone mapping are superior to the C1, resulting in a more realistic and detailed image. It is difficult to find any flaws in the new LG C2 OLED; the lack of HDR10+ support was disappointing, but with HDR, HDR10 Pro, HLG, and Dolby Vision, all other key standards are covered, and the vivid mode isn't very nice – but that goes for pretty much every other manufacturer's vivid mode as well. The filmmaker mode, as well as the cinema and HDR cinema modes, is fantastic. This is a fantastic OLED TV, but it's also extremely pricey, and it will continue to be so. **3) LG G2** ![lgg2.jpg]( Looking for something a little more stylish? The LG G2 OLED is a stunning television with a super-thin design and a flush wall mount that allows it to barely protrude from the wall. LG's OLED Evo technology with Brightness Booster Max is the real star here, making this LG's brightest OLED yet - even brighter than the LG C2. It's future proofed thanks to outstanding image processing, Dolby Vision HDR, and - yes – four HDMI 2.1 connectors. The breathtakingly slender form elevates the contrast and color benefits of OLED to unprecedented, lighting-enhanced heights, making it a true showpiece television. The new Alpha 9 Gen 5 AI processor is significantly better at intelligently upscaling and processing onscreen items in the most efficient way possible. However, keep in mind that the G2 is intended to be wall-mounted and does not come with a TV stand or feet out of the box. You can, however, buy a free-standing Gallery Stand or find a third-party counter-top solution. **4) LG G1** ![lgg1.jpg]( LG's new 2021 OLEDs are finally making their way to India. The LG G1 is a follow-up to the LG GX, which was released in 2020. It uses LG's EVO panel, which claims to remedy OLED TVs' poor brightness. The visual quality on this TV is predicted to be great. At the heart of the TV is the Alpha 9 Gen 4 AI Processor 4K. All HDR formats, including HDR 10, HLG, and Dolby Vision, are supported. It also has Dolby Atmos support. Dolby Vision IQ is also included, which adapts the TV's settings based on the lighting in the room. We've seen Dolby Vision bright and dark settings on TVs before, and it'll be interesting to see how Dolby Vision IQ changes the game. ALLM, VRR, and 4K at 120Hz are all available through the TV's four HDMI connections, which support HDMI 2.1. G-Sync and Freesync are also supported by the TV. The TV is also incredibly slender, giving it the appearance of a picture frame on the wall. The TV comes in three screen sizes: 55, 65, and 77 inches. **5) LG NANO 90** ![Lgnano90.jpg]( Given how much work LG puts into arguing for OLED's superiority, LG's LCD TVs may have a difficult time competing. If you want an LCD TV, the Nano90 is a capable 2020 model that won't set you back as much as the top-of-the-line CX OLED. The Nano90 has a 65-inch screen for less than a 48-inch CX, so there's still a case to be made for LCD. HDR's introduction has been especially difficult for IPS screens, putting even more strain on the IPS's intrinsic contrast controls. Despite some little backlight flickering, the Nano90's revolutionary backlight power management mechanism significantly changes LG's LCD HDR fortunes. Contrast is also significantly improved over prior LCD models, and black levels are acceptable, albeit not quite up to OLED standards. If you're looking for an LED TV in this price bracket, we're guessing you'll be upgrading to a QLED from other brands like Samsung. However, for LG fans, the Nano90 is still a good option for your house. **6) LG CX 48** ![LGcx48.jpg]( The LG CX 48-inch OLED TV is a good choice if you want a small screen OLED TV. While the TV was released internationally in 2020, it was not released in India until early 2021. This OLED TV should be sufficient if you have limited space or are seeking an OLED TV for a tiny bedroom. It is equipped with the same features and characteristics as the LG GX. The CX is available in a variety of screen sizes, ranging from 48 to 77 inches. All four HDMI ports on the TV are HDMI 2.1 compatible which is suitable for gaming also, and allows you to use features like VRR, ALLM, and 4K at 120Hz. Because the TV boasts an OLED panel, it offers some of the best colors, brightness, and contrast for gaming. While burn-in is still a concern with OLEDs, it shouldn't be an issue if you diversify the content you watch on the TV. The TV is powered by LG's WebOS and supports all major streaming providers. It also has Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and AirPlay, so it's a terrific TV for watching movies and TV shows. In HDR, the image reproduction is excellent. For 1080p content, the upscaling is excellent. The user interface is smooth and simple to use. But in well-lit spaces, the panel can become highly reflective and if the content isn't varied, there's a risk of burn-in. **7) LG B1** ![LGB1.jpg]( The processor that powers the LG B1 and the LG C1 is the most significant distinction between them. The C1 uses an LG Alpha 9 Gen 4 AI processor, whereas the B1 uses an Alpha 7 Gen 4 AI processor. The rest of the features are the same as the C1, including all four HDMI 2.1 connections, Dolby Vision IQ, and more. When compared to the C1, the B1 features a significantly smaller tabletop stand. When hung on the wall, though, it's difficult to see the difference between the two. The LG B1 comes in two screen sizes: 55-inch and 65-inch. This LG TV comes with 4K HD resolution. It supports 4 HDMI ports. **8) LG A1** ![LGA1.jpg]( If gaming capabilities like HDMI 2.1 aren't crucial to you, the LG A1 TV is a good option. This one, like the B1, is powered by an Alpha 7 Gen 4 AI processor. All HDR formats, including HDR 10, Dolby vision IQ, and Dolby Atmos, are supported. However, it only has ALLM for gaming. The A1 comes with two distinct feet that hold the TV in place, unlike the C1 and B1, which feature a single tabletop stand. because the a1 lacks gaming features such as VRR and 4K at 120hz, it is aimed at consumers who desire a cinematic content viewing experience but aren't gamers. The LG a1 is available in three screen sizes: 48, 55, and 65 inches. Its screen resolution is 4K. It supports 4 HDMI ports. **9) LG NANO086 4K NANOCELL TV** ![LGnanocell.jpg]( Lg's Alpha 7 Gen 3 Processor powers LG’s 2020 4K nano cell offering. The TV also supports HDR 10, Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos, and a "filmmaker mode," which modifies the visual settings to match how the content's developers intended you to see it. HDR 10 Pro and HLG pro are also supported by the TV. The TV also has HBMI 2.1 capability, making it compatible with the next console generation as well as Nvidia's 30 series GPU. It also works with freesync. The TV is powered by LG's WebOS and includes all of the most popular streaming services. It's compatible with google assistant and Alexa. For your connectivity needs, the tv features four HDMI ports and three USB ports. **10) LG NANO 91** ![LGnano91.jpg]( Another TV with the Alpha 7 Gen 3 chipset is the LG Nano 91. The TV boasts a 4K resolution and supports all common HDR formats such as HDR 10 and Dolby Vision, as well as Dolby Atmos. HDR 10 Pro and HLG Pro are also supported by the TV. The TV also has HDMI 2.1 capability, making it compatible with the next console generation as well as NVIDIA's 30 series GPU. It also works with FreeSync. The TV is powered by LG's WebOS and includes all of the most popular streaming services. It's compatible with Google Assistant and Alexa. For your connectivity needs, the TV features four HDMI ports and three USB ports. When placed on a flat surface, the TV comes with a unique curved stand to keep it in place.

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Which Mac is best: MacBook Air M2 or 13-inch MacBook Pro M2?

**Although the price difference between the two MacBook models unveils at WWDC 2022 is only Rs 10,000, there are some significant variations between them.** ![macbook pro vs air.jpg]( At WWDC 22, [Apple]( unveiled the new M2 MacBook Air. Apple's most popular consumer MacBook has been updated with new features and a fresh look. In addition to the MacBook Air M2, Apple also introduced a new 13-inch MacBook Pro with the same M2 processor. The 13-inch MacBook Pro M2 has a starting price of Rs 1,29,900, while the MacBook Air M2 has a price of Rs 1,19,900. Which of the two MacBook models should you buy? To help you decide, we've put together a comparison between the M2 MacBook Air with the 13-inch MacBook Pro M2. During Apple's WWDC 2022, the company unveiled its new M2 system-on-chip. While Apple's developer conference is centered on operating systems, apps, and services, the company's in-house chips are crucial to the hardware and software working together. So, it's no surprise that Apple has announced two new laptops based on M2: the MacBook Air M2 and the MacBook Pro M2 13-inch. When Apple enthusiasts desired a notebook that was more powerful than the MacBook Air, they choose the tiniest MacBook Pro. Unless you're a commercial buyer who needs platform consistency, it could be wiser for professionals to go with the new MacBook Air instead of the MacBook Pro. **Design** In comparison to previous MacBook Air models, the new MacBook Air M2 has a completely different design. The frame is now flat, similar to previous MacBook models released recently. In reality, the M2 MacBook Pro 13-inch has a frame that is very similar to this one. The M2 MacBook Air 2022 has an edge over the 13-inch MacBook Pro with an M2 chip, despite their identical looks. In comparison to the MacBook Pro 13-inch with an M2 chip, the MacBook Air 2022 is thinner and lighter. The M2 MacBook Pro, on the other hand, features a larger battery and a built-in fan for heat management. ![mac book air.webp]( The M2 MacBook Air 2022 is available in four colors: Midnight, Starlight, Space Grey, and Silver. Only two colors are available for the M2 13-inch MacBook Pro: Space Grey and Silver. The M2 MacBook Air includes a MagSafe charging port as well as two USB Type-C Thunderbolt 4 connections. MagSafe charging is not available on the Pro M2 13-inch variant. There are just two USB Type-C ports on the device. Both variants include a 3.5mm audio jack with superior high-impedance headphone compatibility. The M2 MacBook Pro has a stereo speaker arrangement, whilst the Air M2 has a four-speaker sound system. ![macbook pro.webp]( Touch Bar and Touch ID are also included with the MacBook Pro. On the other hand, the M2 Air has a full set of physical function keys as well as a Touch ID in the top right corner of the keyboard. **Display** The IPS LCD is still present on both variants. The M2 MacBook Air has a 13.6-inch screen, which is slightly larger than the M1. It also has a display that is similar to the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros, with a broad notch at the top for the 1080p webcam. The Liquid Retina display technology is found in both laptops. The MacBook Air has a 13.6-inch LED-backlit screen with a native resolution of 25601664 and a pixel density of 224 pixels per inch (PPI). Apple boasts that the Air M1's brightness can exceed 500 nits, and it also has True Tone technology. ![macbook-air-13-inch-macbook-pro-.webp]( With a native resolution of 25601600 and a PPI of 227, the MacBook Pro offers a slightly smaller 13.3-inch screen with the same LED-backlit technology. Apple claims it boasts the same 500 nits of brightness as the iPad Pro, as well as compatibility for millions of colors and True Tone technology. Both displays have a peak brightness of 500 nits. **Processor** The new M2 chip is included in both MacBook models. The M2 chip in the MacBook Air 2022 and the new MacBook Pro M2 offers up to 18% faster CPU, 35% faster GPU, and a 40% quicker Neural Engine, according to Apple. The base edition of the M2 MacBook Air and Pro comes with 8GB of RAM. The M2 MacBook Air includes an 8-core processor and a GPU with up to 10-cores. The M2 MacBook Pro 13-inch sports an 8-core CPU and a 10-core GPU in its base model. ![M2-MacBook-Pro-13.jpg]( The RAM can be increased to 24GB and the inbuilt SSD to 2TB. The M2 MacBook Air and M2 MacBook Pro 13-inch come standard with 256GB of internal storage. It's worth mentioning that the Pro model comes with a heat-dissipating fan under the hood. As the system tries to cool down while doing resource-demanding tasks, this could result in constant performance for a few more minutes/hours. **Life of the battery** [Apple]( claims that the MacBook Air M2 has a battery life of up to 18 hours on a single charge. With the 8-core GPU option, Apple will include a 30W USB Type-C power adapter, and with the 10-core GPU variant with 512GB of internal storage, Apple will include a 35W dual USB Type-C power adapter. As an alternative to the 35W Dual USB Type-C converter, users will be able to upgrade to a 67W USB Type-C fast charger. A USB Type-C to MagSafe charging connection is included with the M2 Air. The MacBook Pro, on the other hand, has a battery life of up to 20 hours on a single charge. A 67W USB Type-C adapter and a USB Type-C cable are included. ![M2-MacBook-Air-MagSafe.jpg]( In most circumstances, the M2 MacBook Air is superior to the M2 MacBook Pro in terms of hardware. It sports a slightly larger display and a better webcam, as well as MagSafe charging up to 67W and the same processor as the MacBook Pro 2022.6. If you incorporate the MagSafe connector, it also has more ports. In comparison to the Space Grey and Silver colors on the Pro M2, the MacBook Air M2 comes in a variety of colors. The MacBook Air M2 should be ideal for most users, with a starting price of Rs 1,19,900 for the base configuration. The M2 13-inch MacBook Pro, on the other hand, will be ideal for individuals who wish to maintain high performance over time, thanks to the active cooling fan system underneath. In comparison to the M2 MacBook Air, the M2 Pro has a larger battery, which, by the way, is still superior to many Windows laptops. To be honest, I don't think the M2-based 13-inch MacBook Pro is better than the M2-based MacBook Air. It still has the Touch Bar albatross attached to its keyboard, and it has an older 720p FaceTime HD camera. It has a smaller screen that can't display as many colors. Only those who expect to generate sustained loads that will benefit from the fan should consider it, and if you do, the 14-inch MacBook Pro with an M1 Pro is a good option. **One quick note** We can't make any definitive statements regarding which gadget is superior because we haven't fully evaluated each laptop. However, based on the specifications, the MacBook Air appears to be significantly more tempting. It features additional color options, a more streamlined design, a better webcam, and a lower price. According to Apple, the 13-inch MacBook Pro has a little longer battery life, and the addition of a fan should result in a significantly quicker performance. However, given both laptops include the M2 processor, they appear to be reasonable solutions for anybody looking for a fast productivity computer. Apple's efforts to make its products more environmentally friendly are difficult to quantify, but they are critical. Apple included a card praising its work in the field of sustainability with both of these M2-based laptops. For that, and for continuing to endeavor to make its goods less harmful to the environment, kudos to the corporation. **Frequently Asked Question** What is the distinction between the new MacBook Pro and the new MacBook Air? The redesigned 13-inch MacBook Pro contains the same internal components as the new Air with the M2 processor. The Air, on the other hand, offers a new fanless design, a bigger, higher-resolution display, and four-speaker audio. It's also lighter. What will the MacBook Pro 13-inch look like in 2022? Except for the new M2 processor, the 13-inch MacBook Pro in 2022 is similar to its predecessor. That means it retains the same appearance and outdated functionality, such as a 720p webcam and no MagSafe charging capability. This is the final choice with the latest Apple chipset for Touch Bar aficionados.

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**If you are looking for a mid to high-end phone which provides the best sets of features without the absurd prices of the flagships, here are some of the best devices around Rs 30000 to help you make your decision.** Mobile brands, each year launch multiple mid-range phones trying to outperform their competitors. Due to this, the market is filled with hundreds of devices at any given price point. If you are looking for a mid to high-end phone which provides the best sets of features without the absurd prices of the flagships, here are some of the best devices around Rs. 30,000 to help you make your decision. **Mi 11x** **"CUT ABOVE THE REST”** ![Mi11x.jpg]( Mi 11x is powered by Snapdragon 870 with 6 or 8 GB of RAM along with super-fast UFS 3.1 storage. Mi 11X comes with a 6.67” AMOLED FHD+ with a 120 Hz refresh rate and 360 Hz Touch Sampling Rate, the display also supports 1300 nits of peak brightness. Mi 11x features a 48 MP primary (with EIS), 8 MP ultrawide, 5 MP macro camera and a 20 MP selfie camera. Out of the box, Mi 11X comes with Android 11 with MIUI 12 skin on the top. For unlocking, Mi 11x comes with a side-mounted fingerprint sensor. The phone comes with a 4520 mAh battery with Quick Charge 3+ (at 33W) fast charging, Mi advertises the device to get 100% charge from empty in 52 minutes. Pros: Flagship level performance, Fast charging, Display Cons: No Android 12 update, No SD card slot MRP: Rs.29,999 onwards **SAMSUNG Galaxy M53 5G** **“M up for it all”** ![M535g.jpg]( Samsung Galaxy M53 comes with a gorgeous 6.7” FHD+ Super AMOLED+ display with a 120Hz refresh rate, being a Samsung phone M53 features one of the best displays in the segment, the screen also comes with Corning Gorilla Glass 5. Samsung Galaxy M53 is powered by Dimensity 900 and 6 GB or 8 GB of RAM (depending on the configuration) which results in a snappy day-to-day experience without any hiccups. Samsung M53 comes with a 108 MP primary, 8 MP ultrawide, 2 MP macro and a 2 MP depth and a 32 MP selfie camera which supports up to 4K@30fps video recording from both main and selfie shooter. Samsung M53 comes with android 12 with One UI 4 on top, the phone also features a side-mounted fingerprint sensor. M53 comes with a large 5000mAh battery which supports 25W fast charging. Pros: Performance, Display, Camera Cons: Built quality MRP: Rs.26,499 onwards. **OnePlus Nord 2** **“Pretty much everything you could ask for”** ![Nord2.jpg]( OnePlus Nord 2 comes with a 6.4” FHD+ Fluid AMOLED display with 90Hz. OnePlus Nord 2 is powered by Dimensity 1200 and 6, 8 or 12 GB of RAM which provides flagship-level performance. OnePlus Nord 2 comes with a 50 MP primary, 8 MP ultrawide and a 2 MP depth and a 32 MP selfie camera which supports up to 4K@30fps and 1080p@240fps slow-mo video recording from the main camera. The OnePlus Nord 2 comes with android 12 with Oxygen OS giving a stock android experience, the phone also features an under-display fingerprint sensor. Nord 2 comes with a 4500mAh battery which supports 65 W Warp charging with blazing fast charging speeds. Pros: Performance, Fast Charging, No bloatware Cons: OnePlus Nord 2t coming soon MRP: Rs.27,999 onwards. **Realme GT Neo 2** **“Everything in NEO”** ![Neo2.jpg]( Similar to Mi 11X, Realme GT Neo 2 is also powered by Snapdragon 870 with 8 or 12 GB of RAM and UFS 3.1 storage, Realme GT Neo 2 is one of the best performing devices in the segment. It comes with a 6.62” AMOLED FHD+ with a 120 Hz refresh rate (with 600 Hz touch sampling rate), the display also supports 1300 nits of peak brightness and an under-display optical fingerprint sensor. For the camera department Realme GT Neo 2 features a 64 MP primary (with EIS), 8 MP ultrawide, 2 MP macro camera and a 16 MP selfie camera. Out of the box Realme GT Neo 2 comes with Android 11 but can be upgraded to Android 12 with Realme UI 3.0. The phone comes with a beefy 5000mAh battery with 65W fast charging, Realme claims 0-100% charge in 36 minutes. Pros: Flagship level performance, Fast charging, Display Cons: No SD card slot MRP: Rs.31,999 onwards. **Samsung A52s** **“Setting a new standard for design”** ![A52s.jpg]( Samsung Galaxy A52s comes with a gorgeous 6.5” FHD+ Super AMOLED+ display with a 120Hz refresh rate protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 5. Samsung Galaxy A52s is powered by Snapdragon 778G and 4, 6 or 8 GB of RAM (depending on the configuration). Samsung A52s come with a 64 MP primary, 12 MP ultrawide, 5 MP macro and a 5 MP depth and a 32 MP selfie camera which supports up to 4K@30fps video recording from both main and selfie shooter with image stabilization (only for the back camera). Samsung A52 Comes with android 11 out of the box (upgradable to Android 12 with One UI 4 on top), A52s has an under-display fingerprint sensor. A52s comes with a 4500mAh battery which supports 25W fast charging. Pros: Build quality, Display, IP 67, 4K video recording with the selfie camera, 3.5 mm audio jack Cons: Bloatware, Lack of video stabilization, the Base model has 4 GB RAM MRP: Rs.30,999 onwards.

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