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7.8
Excellent Android Experience and great features and fabulous Camera
From my perspective, there isn't a better value than the Nexus 6p. I got the 32 gig black version and it is beautiful. The metal body is both aesthetically please and gives the phone a nice build that screams quality. From a user experience perspective, the phone is fast and responsive. There are no lags at all. The Snapdragon 810 processor is zippy and I have not had any overheating or throttling of the processor despite being a heavy user. The battery life is good. It is easy to root and unlock the bootloader, if you like to tinker. The Nexus line is really built for those of us who like to mess around but this Nexus is great for anyone. The camera, which has been the bane of Nexus phones of the past, is outstanding and on par with the Galaxy S6 plus. Not only do outside shots look great, low light photography is also very high quality on the 6p. As to the previous reviewer who had concerns about how the 6p worked with Exchange mail, I do not agree. I have work Exchange mail and calendars that work fine with the GMAIL app. If I didn't like that, I could use K9 mail or any of a dozen other exchange email apps available on Google Play that would easily address his concerns. Don't let his over concern about exchange or his other irritations sway you. The Nexus 6p is easily the best Nexus ever and it is easily as good as any of the ranking flagship phones today (S6, G4, V10, Note 5 etc).
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6.4
This phone is awesome
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8.1
The Honor 5C is a new top pick among smartphones in the range of Rs.10,000
Honor is similar to a sub-brand by Chinese phonemaker Huawei. Its latest smartphone Honor 5C, priced at Rs.10,999, is competing against some high-profile budget phones such as the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 (Rs.9,999 onwards) and the Lenovo Zuk Z1 (Rs.13,499).
Here is our reviews section wise:
*Design: Handy and well-built
Bringing metal to the picture can improve a phone’s build quality considerably. Honor 5C is the latest in this breed of metal-clad phones. The brushed finish on the back gives it a slightly different look from phones with plain metallic back. This also improves one’s grip over the phone. For a 5.2-inch device, it weighs 155g. Technically, that doesn’t make it a lightweight phone but we didn’t really find it heavy while using it.
*Display: Sharp and rich-looking
The 5.2-inch display has a screen resolution of 1920x1080p, which is impressive considering the screen size. The display looks bright, text looks sharp which means watching movies, gaming and the usual browsing is going to be good.
*Performance: Breezes through most tasks
Huawei is one of the few phone makers after Samsung which also makes chipsets. The Honor 5C runs on its HiSilicon Kirin 650 octa-core processor with 2GB RAM. Though we have not seen this processor type before, it doesn’t let down one bit in terms of real-world
The 3,000mAh battery delivers a day’s backup on modest use
*Camera: Consistent in most conditions
The Honor 5C packs in a surprisingly consistent 13-megapixel snapper. It was able to capture colours well in close-ups and doesn’t suffer from lighting issues in non-focus areas.
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8.1
The Honor 5C is a decent performer and budget smartphone to consider.
I bought this phone 2 weeks back and its so good mostly.
Pros:
Bright display
Premium look and finish
Excellent battery life
Nice camera performance
Android Marshmallow with EMUI 4.1
Affordable
Cons:
Slow fingerprint sensor
Display prone to fingerprints and smudges
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While the design, display and fingerprint sensors are at top, the battery life and heating problems let it down.
Priced at Rs 10,999, the Honor 5C is having Huawei's own processor HiSilicon Kirin 650 chipset coupled with 2GB RAM and with 16GB of internal storage.
And it features a 5.2-inch Full HD display, a finger-print sensor and runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow out-of-the-box.
Over that, the smartphone sports a 13MP rear camera and an 8MP front camera. Its having a 3,000mAh non-removable battery, too.
Pros:
I am pretty impressed by the look and feel of the rounded corners driven all-metal Honor 5C smartphone. Comes in white and silver. It sports a fingerprint sensor on its back panel, which lies right below the rear camera. The rear panel also features the Honor branding.
Similarly, It has brilliant display quality and the objects are quite nice in it. The phone comes with 5.2-inch Full HD display with 1,080x1,920 pixel resolution that produced vibrant colours and had good viewing angles. If you like watching videos or play games on the phone, then this phone suits for you.
And another outstanding feature of the phone is its call quality as well as the ability to carry out general tasks like web browsing and switching between apps.
Cons:
The 3,000mAh battery was a bit of a letdown. Even with moderate usage, it did not last a full day.
The camera performance is not good nor bad. While the images came out nicely in well light conditions with the 13MP rear camera were good, the image quality dropped when we used the camera in dim lights. And switching the flash is also making the images blurry and hazy. Even the front camera as well not gave the good shots.
The Honor 5C heats up when we play games for long or doing more multi-tasking.
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