The Realme 6 features Gorilla Glass 3 on the front, while the Poco M2 Pro gets the superior Gorilla Glass 5 on the front and back. Both phones feature a plastic frame, which is not surprising at this price. Both devices also feature a glossy and reflective finish on the back. We’d suggest opting for the Two Shades of Black colour option for the Poco M2 Pro as the Green and Greener seemed particularly flashy in our view. Another difference in design between the two phones is in the camera department. … [Read more...] about Poco M2 Pro vs Realme 6: Which is the best smartphone under Rs 15,000?
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This new Kia Carnival is expected to go on sale in Korea in the coming months. There is no word on when it will come to India, but considering the current third-gen Carnival on sale in India was only launched recently, there is an expectation for the year 2022. … [Read more...] about 2021 Kia Carnival interior revealed: Here are the details
The Kawasaki ZX-25R features a 249cc liquid-cooled inline-four engine that is capable of churning out 50 PS (51 PS with RAM air) at an insanely high 15,500 rpm. This is not the 60 PS that everyone was hoping for, but this is still higher than what most bikes in the segment are offering. Even Kawasaki’s own Ninja 400 churns out 49 PS of maximum power. … [Read more...] about Kawasaki ZX-25R launched in Indonesia, specifications finally revealed
This essentially means the top-spec trims on all of Kia’s future cars will feature sim-based connectivity. The UVO Connect connected car technology, at the moment, is a premium feature that is not offered in budget cars. For example, Hyundai, Kia’s sister company, offers Blue Link connected car tech, but entry-level cars like the Santro, Grand i10 Nios and the Aura sedan do not get this feature. … [Read more...] about Kia to offer UVO Connect feature on all its future cars
But what I really loved about the C63 is in the way it handles. The 4-litre twin-turbocharged V8 brings out all 476 horses and 650 Newtons to play. The car is capable of doing speeds of 250 km/h (290 km/h with the AMG Drivers’s package) and achieves a 100 in just 4 seconds. Cornering is more of a slide than a turn. The C63 just loves to throw its weight around and if you hit the accelerator too hard, too fast in the corner, you’ll find yourself counter steering like Sung Kang in Tokyo Drift. But on a public road, it reminded me of the character’s final moments in the film so it’s best left to a closed off road or, better yet, a track. But the car is grippy and if driven sensibly, it will stick to the tarmac and won’t scare your pants off. … [Read more...] about Mercedes-AMG C63 Coupe Review: The little kitten that loves to play