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What Fits My Pocket: Budget ₹33,000/-

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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 ₹33,000/-

Honor Play

Rs. 23,999

Honor Play is a mid-range Android smartphone with a groundbreaking AI technology and GPU Turbo gaming acceleration. It sports a 6.2-inch FullView HD+(2220 x 1080 pixels) IPS LCD display with 19.5:9 aspect ratio. The device is powered by HonorS in-house Kirin 970 AI processor paired with 6GB RAM for smooth multitasking and 64GB of internal storage which can be further expandable by up to 256GB. The new graphics processing efficiency has been improved by up to 60 percent while maintaining less power consumption. This device runs on Android 8.1 Oreo operating system. It also houses 3750 mAh battery and offers a day of battery life with moderate usage.

 

RHA MA390

Rs. 5,999

RHA MA390 is a premium necklace style Bluetooth in-ear headphones with aptX and AAC enabled, ensuring rich and high-fidelity audio. It has a three-button universal remote that allows users to switch between music, calls and digital assistant functionality. The MA390 wireless is water and sweat resistant, thanks to the IPX4 rating. The sound is only interrupted if users move 10 meters away from the connected device. Ma390 wireless has a light-weight design with a 8-hours of continuous battery life for uninterrupted music experience.

 

Saregama Carvaan Mini 2.0

Rs. 2,490

Saregama Carvaan Mini 2 is a sleek portable Bluetooth speaker that comes preloaded with 351 retro Hindi songs. Along with the Bluetooth connectivity, it also added AM/PM mode making it one of the few Bluetooth speakers with such features. It looks classic with a wide variety of color options including Red, Green and Blue. With 3.5mm audio, you can connect external speaker making it a music player. It also comes with a rechargeable battery built-in, which the company claims can last between four to five hours.

 

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