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'build quality is great: the phone is put together solidly, with no loose parts, and everything is perfectly well aligned (the camera is completely flush with the back).'
'The m2 note gives a decent performance and will certainly be competing with the Yu Yureka Plus and the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G in the Rs 9,999 price bracket. '
'The Meizu m2 note passed our loudspeaker test with barely an Average mark, but the speaker quality is very poor and while playing music, the m2 note subjectively sounds really quiet. '
'At Rs 6,999, it is a worthy option with decent performance and display. '
'only average pictures'
'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
'Bulky and heavy.'
Not Too Special for the Price
'Bad. Gesture interface is problematic.'
'Nice aluminum design.'
'Fingerprint scanner's location makes it difficult not to swipe the camera lens.'
'As with the regular HTC One, image quality is incredibly sharp, while brightness, colour and contrast are all excellent.'
'excellent display and stellar battery life'
'The HTC Desire 601 is a phone that gets close to the sort of specs you’d get in a top-end One-series phone, but at a slightly lower price.'
'The viewing angles of this IPS LCD screen are also quite decent.'
'capable dual-core processor'
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