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Google's Giant Leap

In the battle of the plus size phones, and pitted head-to-head against Samsung Galaxy Note 4, the Nexus 6 is a great deal.

 
 
Asus's EeeBook X205T is a budget machine yet a winner.

Fans of the Bold 9900 swear by its design, keyboard and trackpad. The all-new Classic is designed along the same lines.

What dominates the looks of this smartphone is the camera lens and dual LED flash above the display. There is HTC branding below the display.
Micromax is the latest entrant in the "exclusively available online" smartphone space with its new range of smartphones, YU, in partnership with Cyanogen.
Streaming video content from the smartphone to the TV display isn't new. TeeWe is yet another compact gadget that simplifies the experience.
Selifes captured from mobile cameras are dominating the social networking sites, and have forced handset makers to work on the front-facing camera too.
 
 
The stainless steel rim running around the sides seems to be inspired by the iPhone 5S and does look good.
The selfie camera can capture wide-angle shots, making it a great device for group selfies. There is also a Selfie app that can be used to enhance photos.
Designed for a smartphone user who is looking for an upgrade, the OnePlus One was one of the most awaited smartphone of 2014.
Business Today's Nidhi Singal reviews the newly launched device.
"The iPhone 6 Plus continues to take forward the Apple legacy. And yes, it does not bend, at least mine didn't," writes Gadgets & Gizmos' Nidhi Singal.
The new BackBeat Pro is a full-blown over-the-ear, wireless Bluetooth headset.
The Galaxy Alpha has a premium look and feel. Indeed, it is the best looking Galaxy smartphone so far.
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