Rajkumar Chaudhary

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Rajkumar is a Senior Editor at E-Nepsters and has been a part of the website since ever since the early day. Being an IT student, he shows love towards gadgets and technology and power buttons in general.

Samsung to launch Galaxy A50 soon in Nepal

Samsung seems all set to release the Samsung Galaxy A50 in Nepal this coming month. The Galaxy A50 carries an FHD+ Super AMOLED display and features a triple rear camera set-up. And the display looks even beautiful with Samsung’s Infinity-U…

Vivo V15 Pro now official in Nepal, comes with pop-up selfie camera and in-display fingerprint scanner

With usual leaks and teasers, Vivo has officially launched its V15 Pro in Nepal. The Vivo V15 Pro offers a bezel-less screen. However, the main highlight of this phone is definitely its selfie camera which omits the notch in favor…

Pandhero: A new water ATM in Lalitpur district

The new “Water ATM” has arrived in the Lalitpur Metropolitan city. The “Water ATM” was installed in the activeness of Kathmandu Valley Water Supply Management Board (KVWSMB). Water Supply Minister Bina Magar inaugurated the system on Tuesday this week for…

Redmi Note 7 Pro announced with 48MP camera and 4,000mAh battery

Just as when the Redmi Note 7 was getting enough attention from the mid-range market, Xiaomi’s sub-brand, Redmi has yet again arrived with its new mid-ranger, the Redmi Note 7 Pro. This time the phone gets Snapdragon 675 chipset, a…

SanDisk announces 1TB microSD card, cost as much as a mid-range smartphone

SanDisk announced their 1 Terabyte microSD card at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. This subsidiary of Micron and Western Digital claims that the new 1TB SanDisk Extreme UHS-I microSDXC is one of the fastest in the world with A2…

Nokia 9 PureView officially launched with five rear cameras

HMD Global has released its most high-end and ambitious flagship phone yet, the Nokia 9 PureView that has five cameras on the back, which is the highest in any smartphone device yet. Before we declare that Nokia has come alive…

OPPO’s new phones to come with 10x optical zoom

Oppo is likely to come up with a device with a triple camera module with 10x optical zoom capability in the second quarter of 2019, i.e. between April and June. We’re unknown about what the company will name the device…

Samsung introduces Galaxy Tab S5e and Galaxy Tab A 10.1

Samsung has announced two tablets: Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e and Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1. The former will hit the market in the second quarter of 2019 while nothing is spoken regarding the release of the later one. Samsung Galaxy…

DoTM brings driving license test results and smart card print status via SMS

Now you’ll get the driving license test results and your smart-card print status via SMS on your phone. Thanks to the initiation between the Government of Nepal, Department of Transport Management (DoTM) and Sparrow SMS. It’s the same entity that…

Xiaomi opens up about its upcoming foldable phone, 3D renders are out

Xiaomi is working on its foldable smartphone. And it’s predictable as there are already a couple of videos providing hints, one of which include Xiaomi’s founder giving a hands-on demonstration of the company’s upcoming foldable phone. Seems like Xiaomi doesn’t…

Sony Xperia XA3 images leaked, could come with 21:9 display

Sony is rumored to introduce Xperia XA3 that carries a screen with a 21:9 aspect ratio, which Sony calls it a ‘CinemaWide’ display. The rumor seems more real as we approach near to the MWC 2019 while there’s still no…

Coolpad Cool 3 now official with a dewdrop notch and Unisoc chipset

After a bit of halt, Coolpad has launched an entry-level smartphone Coolpad Cool 3 in India, priced at INR. 5,999. The phone features a dewdrop notch and dual-camera set-up on the rear side and is expected to hit the Nepalese…

Facebook Messenger now lets you unsend your messages

Have you ever been in a situation when you wanted to delete any message that you sent to someone on Facebook Messenger but couldn’t? Being able to delete the message would be a big savior right? But now you can do…