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July 24, 2017 , , ,
These 4 Websites Will Offer You Best Value For Your Used Gadgets!Buying a smartphone or laptop online is easy. But buying a new one in exchange of the old one, is pretty damn difficult. Not in terms of convenience, but the PRICE!
If want to buy a mobile online in exchange of your old device, you may get the new one at a good price, but they will offer very low buyback price for your old handset. On the other hand, if you want to buy offline, the retail stores may offer a price better for your old handset than the online portals, but the newer one will cost you more.
Buying Online – Good Price for New Handset, but Low Buyback.

Buying Offline – Good Buyback Price, but Higher Price for New Handset.

Now you can sell your smartphone or laptop offline, and then order your device online. For this, you need to visit a number of retailers to find out who offers the best price for your old handset. So before your start your Treasure Hunt Expedition, we got a solution.

Like you buy your gadgets online, there are websites which buy old handsets. Not OLX or Quikr, but a readymade buyer for all of your old gadgets. All you need to do is, mention all the details, book a pick up, and they will visit you, check your device and pay you on the spot.

Best Websites in India to Sell Your Used Gadgets
There are online portals in India who buy your old laptops, smartphones, desktops, television sets, gaming consoles, tablets and many other things. They have product categories, from which you need to select your brand and model, fill in the required details like age and condition of the device and they will give you an estimate price. If you are interested, just fix a pick up, and you’re done.

1. SahiValue
They provide buying and selling service for used gadgets from the ease of your house. Plus, they also sale certified and low priced items.

2. Cashify
With a wide range of availability, Cashify offers one of the best resale value online. Basically they buy the old products, refurbish the gadgets and sell back to operators, retailers and manufacturers.

3. We Buy
This UK based website started operating in India few years back. Being one of the oldest in this business, they specialized in Exchange since 1992.

4. Budli
They offer services to buy and sell used gadgets online, from the comfort of your home. They are exclusive partnership with Flipkart, Amazon, Paytm and many.

The Procedure – How to Sell Your Used Device?
The process to sell the device is similar on all these websites. Just visit the website, select what you want to sell, or directly enter the gadget details like iPhone 5S or MacBook Air or iPad Mini. Once done, you will get to see the approximate amount that you can get for your device. If you are happy with the price, proceed further and enter the details, then your location (city). You can also sell accessories that you have with your device (in case of phone, accessories like charger, earphone, box and valid bill) and the select the age and condition of the gadget.

Once you agree with the price offer by these portals, you can choose the time for pickup of gadget. The company person will visit your premises, check the handset and pay you on the spot.

Give these websites a try and let us know what has been your experience!

Samsung Launches Galaxy J7 NXT with 5.5″ sAMOLED Display for Rs. 11,490As we exclusively reported earlier this week, Samsung has officially launched its new Galaxy J7 NXT today in India for Rs. 11,490. This is the most affordable J-series smartphone to feature Super AMOLED display. The textured back panel gives a nice grip to hold on to the device. Since there is no NFC support, the device misses the Samsung Pay support. While the power button is on the right edge, the volume rocker can be spotted on the left side of the device. Beneath the display is the physical home button with two capacitive navigation buttons on either side of it.
The Galaxy J7 NXT will be priced at Rs. 11,490 and packs decent specifications to compete against the Chinese brands. As seen on the Galaxy J7 2016, the Galaxy J7 NXT also sports the same 5.5-inch Super AMOLED display with HD (1280 x 720 pixels) resolution. It comes powered by an unknown Exynos octa-core processor clocked at 1.6GHz. We expect it to be the Exynos 7870 SoC that also powers the Galaxy J7 Pro & J7 2016. There is 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage that can be further expandable up to 256GB.
Earlier: July 19th, 2017 – Last month, Samsung launched the Galaxy J7 Pro and Galaxy J7 Max smartphones in the Indian market. While the Galaxy J7 Pro supports Samsung Pay, the company debuted the Samsung Pay Mini with the Galaxy J7 Max in India. Now, the company is getting ready to launch yet another smartphone under the Galaxy J7 series. According to our exclusive source, Samsung will be launching the Galaxy J7 NXT (SM-J701F/DS) smartphone tomorrow in India. Even the Samsung Galaxy J7 2016 launched in May 2016 also came with the same model number.

Talking about the cameras, there is a 13MP rear shooter with f/1.9 aperture and a 5MP selfie shooter with f/2.2 aperture. With the larger f/1.9 aperture, the rear camera on the Galaxy J7 NXT should give better output in low-light conditions. Both the front and rear cameras on this device are accompanied with LED flash. It is backed by a 3,000mAh removable battery that should give at least a day long battery life. Interestingly, the Galaxy J7 2016 with the same form factor featured slightly bigger 3,300mAh battery.

It runs on the latest Android 7.0 Nougat with the customized TouchWiz UI on top. We also expect to see the S-Bike, Ultra Data Saving, and Ultra Power Saving modes. The device comes in Black and Gold colors and will be sold through offline channels across India. 

July 21, 2017 , , , , ,
Reliance Jio 4G VoLTE Feature Phone Launched For Effective Price Of Rs. 0; Huge Disruption?Mukesh Ambani led Reliance Jio has once again caused a major disruption; and this time, it is the feature and smartphone market, with a single go.

 Reliance Jio announced the ‘India ka Intelligent Smartphone’ dubbed JioPhone at its 40th AGM meeting held in Mumbai, India. The JioPhone comes with 4G VoLTE support and offers several smart features. While the company sold the affordable 4G VoLTE smartphones through LYF branding, the JioPhone has only the Jio branding. Interestingly, the JioPhone was introduced as a smartphone instead of a feature phone and the smart features justify that. It comes with 4-way navigation buttons along with the Alphanumeric keypad.

Jio has launched the much awaited Jio Phone, which is effectively free of charge. After data and voice, the market of phones will never be the same in India, courtesy Reliance Jio.

7 Facts About Jio Phone

  • Pay Rs 1500 refundable deposit, and get the Jio phone. Rs 1500 shall be refunded back after 36 months
  • By paying Rs 153/month, users of Jio phone can get free voice, free data, free SMS.
  • Pre-booking shall start from August 24th, and testing will begin from August 15th. Handsets would be delivered effective September 1st, on first-come-first-serve basis
  • Hailed as ‘India ka smartphone’, Jio Phone will support 22 languages and would be fully VoLTE based.
  • Another plan of 309 per month will enable connecting the phone with the TV, so that the user can watch the content streamed via Jio phone on the TV, directly.
  • Daily recharge of Rs 24 and weekly recharge of Rs 54 also offered, for those who don’t wish to opt for monthly plans
  • Jio phone will support NFC payment platform, making Jio phone one of the few selected feature phones to have this feature

Jio Taps The Underserved: Feature Phone Market
Ever since Jio was launched, analysts have described hardware as the most crucial challenge for Jio’s expansion. Considering that Jio was based on VoLTE interface, only those who had 4G phones were able to use it. And Mukesh Ambani knew this fact.

While announcing the launch of Jio phone during Reliance Industries’ 40th AGM, he said, “There are 78 crore mobile phones in India. However, in this 78 crore, there are more than 50 crore feature phone users, who have been left out. They can neither afford the cheapest LTE smartphone, nor the exorbitant cost of data.”

This is the exact audience which Jio aims to target now, and the offer looks sizzling to say the least.

Claims Made By Reliance Regarding Jio’s Expansion
During the AGM, several important announcements and claims were made by Mukesh Ambani:

  • In the last 40 years, Reliance has expanded their m-cap from Rs 10 crore to Rs 5,00,000 crore, which is a compound growth rate of 32%
  • Overall, RIL has 2,50,000 employees all over the world
  • In the last 10 months, Jio has broken several records: They added 7 customers every second, every single day of their inception.
  • Jio is now world’s largest mobile network, as 125 crore GB has been consumed till date
  • Jio has undertaken world’s largest migration from pre-paid to post-paid as 100 million customers are now using post-paid services by Jio
  • Jio wants to cover 99% of Indians with their services.
  • Jio has created a network of 10,000 offices and 10 lakh outlets

As per Mukesh Ambani, Jio will churn out 50 lakh Jio phones every week, starting September.

If Jio is able to convert existing feature phone users into Jio phone users, then it would be one of the biggest coups ever witnessed in Indian telecom industry.

One of the most innovative features of the JioPhone is the voice assistant in regional languages. Though the JioPhone is announced to be free, the company will be collecting 100% refundable deposit of Rs. 1,500 to avoid the misuse. The users will be paid back only after 3 years from the date of JioPhone purchase. Talking about the availability, the JioPhone will be available for beta testing from August 15th and the pre-booking starts from August 24th. The sales start from early September on the first-come first-serve basis.

Jio also announced to make 5 million units available every week. The users of JioPhone can enjoy unlimited voice calls, 4G data, and access to Jio apps for just Rs. 153. It comes with a validity of 28 days and the unlimited 4G data has a FUP of just 500MB per day. Apart from the Rs. 153 plan, the JioPhone users can also avail the small recharge packs of Rs. 24 for two days and Rs. 54 per week. The screen mirroring is another innovative feature for a feature phone. For streaming content from JioPhone, the customers have to opt for Rs. 309 plan instead of Rs. 153 basic monthly plan.

They will be getting a  JioPhone TV cable that can even be plugged into any TV  including the older CRT TVs. The device also supports the 22 Indian regional languages. It sports a 2.4″ QVGA display and is said to come in compact form factor. The JioPhone also got the SOS feature which can be enabled by long pressing 5 on the keypad.Once SOS is activated, it sends the location and emergency alert to pre-selected contacts and calls the 112 emergency number. It even packs torch light, FM Radio, MicroSD card slot and more.

There is also NFC support for making virtual payments but it will be enabled later this year via automatic software update. Jio also showed the demo of the built-in Namo app for listening to the Prime Minister’s Mann Ki Baat. With over 125 million users, its market share will see huge surge once the JioPhone is made available in the market. According to the Jio, its 4G network coverage will be more than 2G coverage of the other networks in the next one year.

We will keep you updated.

July 21, 2017 , , , , ,
Reliance Jio Announces Its New 4G Feature Phone At An "Effective Price" of Just Rs 0Reliance Jio has just announced it’s latest hardware product at its AGM today, a 4G feature phone designed for people who just want a basic phone with good internet access.

The JioPhone comes with a 2.4-inch QVGA display, with 512 MB of RAM and 4 GB of internal storage, expandable up to 128 GB. It features a VGA front camera and 2MP rear cam, and is powered by a 2000mAh battery. 

The JioPhone has 4G  support, and features both a mini and nano SIM slot, though there’s no 2G or 3G support. Additionally, the device has Bluetooth 4.1 and WiFi connectivity, so it’s still more than what you’d expect of a typical feature phone.
More importantly, Mukesh Ambani has proclaimed that the JioPhone "will be available to all Indians at an effective price of Rs 0." The company says it will collect a Rs 1,500 security deposit to prevent misuse, which will be refunded after a three-year duration, if you choose to return the phone.

Satish Kumar

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