The Honor 6X
The Honor 6X comes with a 5.5-inch Full HD display, octa-core Kirin 655 processor and two variants – a 3GB RAM, 32GB ROM version for Rs 12,999 and Rs 15,999 for 4GB RAM and 64GB ROM. It is a fast smartphone that does not heats up even with extensive usage. It produces quality pictures and offers decent battery life but company could have improved display. (Photo: Huawei)
Priced at Rs 27, 980, the Vivo V5 Plus, banks on dual front cameras, which have been co-engineered with Sony. It offers decent performance, battery life and camera quality but it is little overly priced for its specs.
The Redmi Note 4 is a good package with the only downsides being its hybrid SIM slot, lack of quick charging, and excess of preloaded apps. The version with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage has been priced at Rs. 10,999, while the version with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage cost Rs. 12,999. (Photo: Xiaomi)
Focus on mid-range segment Pryme comes with a big-screen. Priced at Rs17,999, Hyve has got most things right with the Pryme, but it doesn’t have any outstanding qualities to take on rivals. (Photo: Hyve)
Like the P1, the Lenovo P2 too stands out for its large battery. Priced at Rs. 17,999, P2 comes with a 5.5” FHD super AMOLED display, it is powered by MSM8953 true octa-core 2.0 GHz , Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor alongside 4GB RAM and 32GB internal storage. (Photo: Lenovo)
Priced at Rs. 46,990 BlackBerry DTEK60 boasts of high-end specifications with a Snapdragon 820 processor, 2K display, 4GB RAM, USB Type-C and fast charging support. Company claims it to be the ‘World’s most secure Android smartphone’. (Photo: BlackBerry)