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'This could be the best value phone you’ll see this year. '
'Previous P-series phones have been good-looking, but the P8 takes Huawei’s definition of premium to the next level.'
'Spend some time with the P8, though, and the iPhone comparisons give way to genuine appreciation—it might be a copycat.'
'The phone looks gorgeous and its design is as refined as it gets no matter what angle you look at it. '
'polished overall experience'
'It’s easily the most impressive phone available under $300, and it doesn’t force you to make the compromises that are commonly required by cheap phones. '
'Mesmerizing IPS-based display'
'While the software and audio hardware are great, the Idol 3 is not a smartphone you’ll pick for its visual design. '
'From the minimalist look in front to the textured 'moonstone grey' back panel, the phone is still attractive and feels great to hold. '
'Different chipsets, RAM, display resolutions and storage capacities make it a difficult phone to purchase, and you need to study the spec-sheet and price carefully before hitting the 'buy' button. '
Android phone customizations on the very cheap
'The K3 Note makes the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G (Review | Pictures) feel a bit dated, and is a better performer than the Yu Yureka Plus on at least a few counts.'
'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. '
Not Too Special for the Price
A Well Designed Phone With Dual LTE
'Bright, color-accurate display. '
'The camera can't handle exposure properly either.'
'Screen colors are otherwise good enough but the reflective coating ruins the experience as a whole.'
'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. '
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