Saksham Shrestha

Co-Founder/Editor-in-Chief

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Saksham is a founding editor-in-chief of E-Nepsters. He co-founded E-Nepsters in 2014 with his the then tech buddy. A tech enthusiast by a young age, he has a knack for collecting the latest gadgets. Follow him on Twitter or Facebook for a fair share of tech talks!

Redmi 8A Dual is now official with dual-camera and Snapdragon 439

The Redmi 8A has finally got its upgrade today in the form of the Redmi 8A Dual. As the name suggests, the Redmi 8A Dual comes with a dual-camera setup which was missing from its counterpart. The back has a…

Oppo Reno3 Vitality goes official with Snapdragon 765 and 48MP camera

Oppo thinks they could benefit from one or two new smartphones after seemingly getting props for Reno3 and Reno3 Pro. The company has now gone on to unveil the Reno3 Vitality edition that resembles the vanilla Reno3 but with new…

Huawei Y6s officially launched in Nepal for Rs. 14,990

Despite the ongoing dispute between the US and Huawei, the company has shown no signs of stopping. And this is clear in terms of their smartphone launch plans. That being said, Huawei, this time, has unveiled the new Y6s in…

Poco X2 arrives in India with 120Hz display, has identical specs to Redmi K30

Xiaomi or more specifically Poco has officially unveiled its new Poco X2 which is almost as same as the Redmi K30. Albeit the identical specs and design, this new device from Poco marks the beginning of a new independent brand.…

Realme 5i officially unveiled in Nepal with quad-camera and 5,000mAh battery

Realme, today, has extended its smartphone lineup in Nepal by unveiling the all-new Realme 5i. The device comes with a quad-camera setup, a massive battery, and a sleek design to begin with — mostly resembling the already launched Realme 5.…

Lava Benco V7 officially unveiled in Nepal with a notch

After unveiling the Benco V8, Lava has gone on to unveil the new Benco V7, a cheap alternative to its counterpart. Lava’s new Benco series has been mostly targeted to users seeking an affordable device with trendy design, and the…

OPPO F15 goes official with AMOLED display and quad-cameras

OPPO’s F-series gets a new member today, the F15, which pretty much resembles the OPPO A91, already launched in China last month. The OPPO F15 gets a 6.4-inch FHD+ AMOLED display that bears a 20:9 aspect ratio as well as…

Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro officially unveiled with removable battery

Samsung has quietly unveiled the Galaxy XCover Pro amidst the ongoing CES 2020. The XCover Pro is a new addition to Samsung’s rugged line of smartphones and a successor to XCover 4, launched a couple of years ago. The Galaxy…

Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite and Note 10 Lite goes official

After much anticipation and leaks, the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite and Note 10 Lite has finally made its way to reality. Both phones carry a similar 6.7-inch Full HD+ Infinity-O display and a 4,500mAh battery with 25W fast charging support.…

Huawei Y9s officially launched in Nepal with 48MP camera and Kirin 710F

The New Year has started, so as Huawei’s new entrant to its ever-growing smartphone lineup in Nepal. This time it is the Huawei Y9s — a successor to the popular Y9 Prime 2019, which had a pop-up selfie camera. Announced…

This New Year get Redmi Go for as low as Rs. 7,499 in Nepal

New Year 2020 is just around the corner and so is offer and deal on smartphones. As a part of the Xiaomi New Year Sale-Bration offer, the company is offering the Redmi Go for a [permanent] discounted price of Rs.…

Vivo S1 Pro goes official in Nepal with diamond-shaped quad camera

As expected, Vivo has officially unveiled its new S1 Pro in Nepal. The ‘Pro’ variant brings alongside some important addition and changes as well as marks the end of Vivo’s successful year. Successful in the sense that the company is…

OnePlus 7T finally makes its way to Nepal, has 90Hz screen and SD 855+

After much anticipation, the OnePlus 7T has finally made its way to Nepal. And we must say the pricing is pretty competitive over what we had seen before. To talk about the device, OnePlus’ “T’ moniker has always been known…