There are times when you have a limited amount of money to spend on gadgets, but you are confused about which gadgets to buy? Not the case anymore, we’re here to recommend you the best gadgets you can own within a budget of just Rs 28,000/-
Samsung Galaxy A7 2018
Price : Rs 23,990
Galaxy A7 is a mid-range Android smartphone manufactured by Samsung. It sports a 6-inch Super AMOLED infinity display (2220 x 1080 pixels) with 18:9 aspect ratio. The device is powered by Exynos 7885 chipset paired with 4GB RAM for smooth multitasking and 64GB of internal storage which can be further expandable ed up to 256GB. One of the major highlights is the triple-camera setup on the rear and 24MP on the front for detailed selfies. This device runs on Android 8.1 Oreo operating system. It also houses 3300mAh battery and offers a day of battery life with moderate usage.
Duracell PB10050 Power Banks
Price: Rs 2,499
Duracell PB10050 power bank is right companion for people who carry more than two smartphones on the go. This power bank can charge up to two devices simultaneously with its 10050 mAh battery. The dual output power bank looks classic and useful. It can charge 2x faster thanks to 2.4 Amps input and output. Thanks to the dual charge technology, you can simultaneously charge both the power bank and your device. It also has a tiny four LEDs to show the charge available on power bank.
Boult Space In-Earphone
Price: Rs 1,375
Boult audio offers a neckband style wireless in-earphone headset with Superior Sound quality. The earphone is equipped with a CSR8635 chipset and neodymium technology give stark connectivity for a range of 8 meters and crystal clear audio. The built-in micro woofer creates a high punchy bass for upbeat music and is able to balance treble and create an authentic sound. The ergonomic design of Space creates a perfect fit for the user’s ear and support passive noise isolation which gives a striking auditory experience. The headset comes with in-line remote control and allows you to control volumes, select songs and take calls.
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