Drones, cameras, cars and phones – all in Stuff India’s July issue!

The visual delight is all yours in print and digital versions

You may not want everything in the world, just the right ones will cut it for you.

Stuff India’s July issue is packed with all the right things and more. Whether it’s your monsoon fix of a green (literally and figuratively) destination, to a power-packed drone we’ve tested, the enviable OnePlus 5 – it’s a drool worthy issue, worth a lap in these flooded times.

We spent a good part of the month exploring different terrains. The Jeep drive took us to hidden parts of Goa, Tiguan took us to Chikmanglur, while the World Environment Month inspired us to check out an eco-friendly property in the heart of Karnataka.

The thrill of the drives was pale in comparison to the quaintness of Sakleshpur. Out of character of stuff to even say that, but you’ll know what we mean only once you get your hands on a copy and see for yourself.

If your travel schedule is as hectic as ours, there’s also a tutorial on photography inside that might come in handy to capture the beauty and memories of your visits. It specifically helps you getting your #foodporn right.


We’ve also addressed the elephant in the room – the most awaited launch of 2017 – the OnePlus 5 that aims to deliver the features of iPhone at half its price. You’ll only know our verdict once you grab a copy. If all this doesn’t invoke your interest, then there’s an in-depth comparative analysis of smartphones. From Samsung to Apple and Huawei, we’ve got the titans going head-on in this race for survival.

There’s the newest kid on Sony’s block, our game reviews, the hottest stuff in our Hot Stuff segment and Moto’s most recent baby. Our Top Tens invoke a common emotion of greed in us as well as our readers. Such visual delight can only be found on digital as well as physical newsstands. However, a subscription saves you the hassle of waiting for the copy to hit the stands.

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