'The Xiaomi Mi 5 is a fantastic phone, with one major downside. '
'The Mi 5 gets practically everything right, with decent design, excellent performance, good camera quality and great battery life.'
'Surprisingly good for an inexpensive phone.'
'Underwhelming video recording.'
'Hard to get outside Asia.'
'Despite its enormous size, the Mi Max is a very good-looking smartphone: it’s big and it’s beautiful. '
'Pleasing aesthetics and build quality.'
'The phone's enormous size makes it hard to use one-handed; it's also heavy and sticks out uncomfortably in your pants pocket.'
'A jarring copycat iPhone design, poor gaming performance and awkward navigation that makes the Pro 6 clumsy to use.'
'Difficult-to-navigate Android interface.'
'The Helio X25 chipset sounds great on paper, but is a rather underwhelming performer.'
Meizu’s Pro 6 walks and talks like an iPhone, but it’s not a real flagship killer.
'The earpiece is decently loud for taking calls when commuting, and the phone had no trouble with our 4G networks here.'
'The rear camera bump is large and very ugly.'
'The battery endurance rating of 67h is OK for a phablet with a 3,100mAh battery, the web browsing and video playback scores are poor.'
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