'The Honor 5X is a sensible mid-range smartphone that checks all the right boxes. '
'The Honor 5X comes with some impressive hardware, for a sub-£200 device. '
'The metal design is appreciable, but there’s a ‘cheapness’ to its feel.'
'beefy 3,000mAh battery'
'Photos lack detail.'
'Fingerprint sensor doesn't work well.'
'The display can be sufficiently bright and we found that things were relatively sharp.'
'bad viewing angles'
'The combination of features, performance and material quality that you get at this price is surprisingly strong. '
The phablet is complete ‘value for money’ at Rs 8999
'On the whole, it's a well built and smartphone that stands out next to its competition and feels more premium than its price tag of Rs. 12,999 would suggest. '
'The Mediatek MT6582M SoC is average at best and thsi phone does not stack up to its competition.'
Another Low-Cost 4G Option
Does the Panasonic Eluga Android phone offer more style than spec?
'Bad. Sluggish performance.'
'Opening the rear cover is a painful exercise.'
'The Redmi Note continues Xiaomi's habit of upsetting the market with strong smartphones at phenomenal prices. '
'The Redmi Note 4G is good for those looking for a budget 4G handset.'
'Xiaomi is known to pack in impressive specifications on its phones, and the Redmi Note is no different.'
'There's also no 4G LTE.'
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