'The Honor 5X comes with some impressive hardware, for a sub-£200 device. '
'The Honor 5X is a sensible mid-range smartphone that checks all the right boxes. '
'The metal design is appreciable, but there’s a ‘cheapness’ to its feel.'
'beefy 3,000mAh battery'
'Along with its low price, the device has some decent specs and features that make it a respectable mid-tier performer. '
'Being ‘competitively’ priced sometimes warrants inferior qualities, which unfortunately for this, is what’s evident with its display.'
'Noise cancellation worked well, dispensing with moderately loud street noises. '
Lite in both the name and benefits
'Now while the phone is a decent performer, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G and Yu Yureka at Rs 9,999 and Rs 8,999 respectively, offer a better value for money than the Honor 4X’s Rs 10,499 asking price. '
'the colours captured by the camera were slightly dull.'
'Not only it fails to capture details, the image shows-up incredible amount of visual noise. '
'Huawei Honor 4C is a good phone but so are many others in this price range. '
'Interface and functionality
Huawei's new Emotion UI is simple, customizable and easy to master, with a pinch of helpful features.'
'Disappointing battery life'
'It is not remotely a match for phones like the Galaxy S5 and HTC One M8 in pure performance, though of course this still makes it a fairly powerful mobile. '
'the price of the Ascend P7 is very reasonable for a flagship smartphone.'
'Having such an outdated OS out of the box is inexcusable for the company with the size and the resources which Huawei has on tap.
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