TecQ: Moto G5 Plus, Redmi 4A, Creative, Samsung Galaxy S8 & More

TecQ is our weekly round-up of top technology stories.

Moto G5 Plus Review: This All-Metal Phone Offers Balance and Style

Moto G5 Plus gets a 12-megapixel camera. (Photo: The Quint)

For four generations, the mid-range darling of the Moto range did its job of pulling in the numbers while the pricier phones flaunted their modularity and unbreakable screens.

This year at MWC, the Lenovo-Moto combine unveiled the all-new all-metal Moto G5 Plus and followed it up barely two weeks later with the India launch. Moto has priced the G5 Plus starting from Rs 14,999.

Can the Moto G5 Plus take on competition from Xiaomi and Lenovo to be our sub-15,000 smartphone pick? Read the review here to find out.

Google Android O Preview: Focus on Battery Life and Performance

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Android 8.0 or O (God, let it be called the Oreo) is just around the corner, and Google has rolled out the preview version for its beta testers.

Read here to know about some of the features that have been mentioned.

Creative Muvo 2 Bluetooth Speaker Review: Loud & Bass-Heavy

Muvo 2 comes with 3 channel sub-woofer. (Photo: The Quint)

Creative is our resident audio brand and we have been reviewing its devices from Day 1. Since wireless speakers are now the in-thing, the new Muvo 2 may just be what you’re looking for.

Priced at Rs 8,499, the Muvo 2 is a compact speaker that retains Creative’s tradition of water and dust resistant products. Read the review here for full story.

Samsung Galaxy S8: What You Need to Know About the iPhone’s Rival

Could this be the final look of the Samsung Galaxy S8? (Photo: Twitter/Benjamin Geskin)

We’re less than ten days away from the launch of Samsung Galaxy S8, which will be unveiled in the US. The latest Galaxy flagship from the South Korean brand is expected to come with a big design overhaul, and is likely to give the home button a miss as well.

Read here to know everything that we know about the upcoming Galaxy phone so far.

For Indians, Customer Care More Important Than Price of Product

Customer service is a sore point for most consumers in India and very few brands can claim to be providing a hassle-free post-sale experience to customers.

A new survey confirms this, with the results showing that a whopping 63% of customers in India choose to abandon a brand because of poor customer service.

Read the full story here.