Having a high end design isn’t enough, you have to make sure that the design is able to withstand daily use cases and also fringe cases that involve users dropping the phone or damaging it in a countless number of different ways. Through these tests, we wanted to see just how tough the phone was and what kind of situations the phone can survive under.
The Honor 5X is one of the best devices in the sub 15k range in India thanks to the specs and premium build quality. We wanted to take a look at the internals to see what exactly makes it tick and this teardown is a result of that. We have included images and an accurate description of the steps involved.
The design of a smartphone is as important as any other aspect of smartphones these days since they have become such a large part of our lives and we spent an ample amount of time with them on a daily basis. However, there are several important characteristics to take into consideration when designing a smartphone and in most cases, smartphone designs often fall short of what is expected at a particular price range or from a brand. The Honor 5X does the exact opposite, let us find out how.
The sub-15,000 rupee category is a segment where there is a lot of competition between brands to capture the attention of the public. While there is plenty of choices available, we feel that the Honor 5X is probably the best one in the lot and here are 5 reasons why you should buy the device.
The Honor 5X is touted as being one of the best value smartphones on the market and there are several different features that make it more desirable than its counterparts that are priced at the same point. Let us examine these particular features in detail to see why the Honor 5X has the edge compared to its competitors.
The Honor series of phones need no introduction. Huawei’s online only sub brand, the company as long been known for introducing solid hardware that occupy a position just below the parent company’s premium devices. With China and India as prime target markets, the phones compete with the Xiaomi’s and Meizu’s to offer the best possible at the lowest possible. With the launch of the Huawei 5x, we are once again seeing the trend continue as consumers get access to premium hardware at a fraction of the cost. The proof of course is in the pudding and we tested out the handset to figure out how well it competes. Continue reading “Honor 5X review: Great specs, Even better price”
Honor, Huawei’s Smartphone e-brand today announced that it has started selling it’s latest Honor 5X smartphone in India. “Since the start of sales on Flipkart and Amazon, at 12 a.m. on February 1, Honor 5X smartphone has witnessed strong demand, like its predecessor the Honor 4X. Honor 4X units were sold out within a minute of the flash sale, and the model sold over 10 million units globally,” said the company. Continue reading “Honor 5X with metal body and fingerprint sensor goes on sale in India for Rs. 12999”
Huawei launched the Honor 5X smartphone in India last week and now the phone has officially launched in the US. The phone which is the successor of the 4x smartphone sports a 5.5-inch 1080p display with 72.5% screen-to-body ratio.
Huawei Honor 5X (KIW-AL10), successor of last year’s Honor 4X has surfaced (Via) on AnTuTu and TENAA. Unlike the Honor 4X’s polycarbonate body, this has a metal unibody design and also has a fingerprint sensor on the back. The smartphone managed to score 20916 points in the AnTuTu Benchmark. Check out the specifications of the smartphone. Continue reading “Huawei Honor 5X with 3GB RAM, fingerprint sensor and metal unibody design surfaces”