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Samsung S8/S8+

IMG_0726Unbox Your Phone

Introducing the stunning Infinity Display

The revolutionary design of the Galaxy S8 and S8+ begins from the inside out. We rethought every part of the phone’s layout to break through the confines of the smartphone screen. So all you see is pure content and no bezel. It’s the biggest, most immersive screen on a Galaxy smartphone of this size. And it’s easy to hold in one hand.

The Samsung s8 priced at around Rs.55,536 has a 5.8 inch screen.It also has an inbuilt 64 gb with microSD.At the camera end it sports a 12 mp camera in the back and 8 mp camera in the front.The s8+ is priced at Rs.62,765 and has a 6.2 inch screen.The physical home button is missing.

Performance ,designs,Sound Clarity,Storage,Screen Resolution,Camera each and every has been noted while making  Samsung s8/s8+.Its really a amazing gadget and will make a revolution in a market.You will feel the difference while using this gadget,you could not express the feeling.You all will really love it.

All the best and advance congratulations to the Samsung for the launch and hit of Samsung s8/s8+.

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Best TV – LG OLED E6 Series

IMG_0629Combining stunning contrast with an ultra-thin design and exceptional sound

55-inch: LG OLED55E6 || 65-inch: LG OLED65E6

-Amazing black levels
-Stunning thin design
-Missing details in bright areas
-Very expensive

The OLEDE6’s incredibly slim ‘picture on glass’ design technique creates simply the most gorgeous TVs ever made. Each OLED pixel produces its own light and colour independent of its neighbours. Unprecedentedly deep black colours sit right alongside even the brightest HDR whites without a hint of light ‘bleed’ – something just not possible with current LCD technologies. The OLED E6 series delivers levels of contrast and light control just not possible with LCD.

This works wonders for high-contrast HDR sources, as well as making today’s standard dynamic range sources look better than on any other TV. The OLEDE6’s lose some detail in very bright HDR areas, and occasionally suffer fleeting colour noise. They’re not cheap, either. But none of that stops them being utterly brilliant.

A sound bar attached to the bottom of the screen, meanwhile, produces sound quality that wouldn’t be out of place on an external audio system.