Vaikundarajan Reviews Xiaomi Redmi Note 3
Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 goes on sale next week on Amazon India and “Redmi Note 3 has received mostly positive reviews, except for its camera which fails to work in low-light,” says Vaikundarajan. “The users will have to register on for the purchase.”

The smartphone comes with a 5.5 inch full HD display and Qualcomm Snapdragon 650 processor. The battery comes with 4050 mAh and runs MIUI7 with Android 5.1 Lollipop.

“There will be 2 versions of the phone – a 2GB RAM with 16GB internal storage and a 3GB RAM with 32GB internal storage,” informs Vaikundarajan. It comes with a dual-SIM support. As for the camera, the rear camera has 16MP while the front camera has 5MP. The two phones will be priced at INR 9999 and INR 11999 respectively.

The competition in India has been growing steadily. To lead the smartphone race, companies must stand out by providing unique features. Redmi Note 3 has a full metal-body design. Its display is vivid and crisp. The battery can last up to 24 hours or more for moderate to heavy usage.

“Considering the cost of the smartphone, these features do stand out. It will be interesting to see if Redmi Note 3 can rule the market despite the fierce competition,” concludes Vaikundarajan.

Vaikundarajan Reviews Panasonic T50 Smartphone

Panasonic announced the launch of its new smartphone, T50, costing only INR 5000. “The phone is powered by a 1.3 GHz Quad-Core processor with a 1GB RAM,” informs Vaikundarajan.

The smartphone comes with a host of other features such as dual SIM standby support and 8GB internal storage. The internal memory can be expanded by up to 32GB via microSD card.

Vaikundarajan On International Women’s Day And ICC World Cup T20
8th March 2016 is a special day. “Today, we celebrate the International Women Day while our boys in blue prepare for ICC World Cup T20 campaign,” says Vaikundarajan.

Google paid a special tribute with a doodle dedicated to the woman power across the globe. “The doodle shows 377 women from 13 countries. Google asked these women to complete the sentence – One day I will,” informs Vaikundarajan. “The answers were compiled into a short Doodle video.”

The answer from these ladies shows the spirit of womanhood and their strong aspirations in life. The women in the video come from all walks of life, ranging from toddlers to senior citizens from cities across the world - San Francisco, Mexico City, Lagos, Moscow, London, New Delhi etc.

The video also features Malala Yousafzai who expressed her wish, “One day we will see every girl in school.”

On the other side, Team India beat Bangladesh in the finals of the Asia Cup. Going into the World Cup T20, India looks like a strong contender to bring home the cup. The campaign opens today as India will face-off against a powerful New Zealand side on 15th March and rivals Pakistan on 19th March.

Vaikundarajan salutes the power of women and sends his wishes to Team India ahead of the T20 campaign.

Asia Cup 2016 India’s Victory Over Sri Lanka - Vaikundarajan
India churned out a 5 wicket win over Sri Lanka in the Asia Cup T20 tournament. The match was held at Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium. “This win opens the road to the finals of this continental tournament,” says Vaikundarajan.

Virat Kohli starred in the victory with an unbeaten 56 off 47 balls. India put up a score of 142 for 5 for Sri Lanka to defend. Yuvraj Singh showed his mastery at slogging with a 35 off 18 balls. “Once again, Yuvi comes out as the most feared batsman. This is great news for the team,” adds Vaikundarajan.

The bowling attack did not fall short either as Sri Lanka was wrapped up in 138 for 9 in 20 overs. “A narrow victory but a victory nonetheless,” says Vaikundarajan.

The pace of Ashish Nehra and Jasprit Bumrah troubled the Sri Lankan batsman and proved Dhoni’s selection as meticulous once again.

Both bowlers bowled with excellent precision to restrict Sri Lanka’s attacking batsman Dinesh Chandimal and Tillakaratne Dilshan.

Early on Sri Lanka was reduced to 31 for 3 as Hardik Pandya dismissed Dilshan with his first delivery of the day.

The only saving grace for Sri Lanka came in the form of a 43-run partnership between Chamara Kapugedera (30) and Milinda Siriwardana (22).

“While the opening partnership of India failed for the match, this win assures that every player in the team is in the right form,” concludes Vaikundarajan.