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A number of good and reliable smartphones on a budget have made their way to market this year, with notable options from Motorola, Honor, Nokia, and more. The frustration for Huawei may be amplified by the success it has had in the UK. When British officials expressed concern about Huawei providing network equipment for BT, on the basis that it might contain back doors” that would allow China to carry out remote spying, or even shut systems down, in November 2010 the company set up an office called The Cell” with oversight from GCHQ where devices and software code could be examined in minute detail for any flaws. So far, that has salved concerns.

The 5-inch 720p display is fairly impressive as well, but where you'll really be wowed is with the 4100mAh battery, which easily manages two days of moderate usage. It also has a surprisingly decent 8MP primary camera, as well as a 5MP selfie shooter.

Speaking of local availability, if you live in India, an interesting option to potentially consider is the Samsung Galaxy J2 (2017). If you are looking for a compact, sub 5-inch device, it fits the bill perfectly. Especially considering the panel in question is Super AMOLED. Unfortunately, though, you will be giving up some resolution with the underwhelming 540 x 960 pixels its screen has. The rest is a pretty similar setup to what we have seen so far.

As an example, the phone I use (currently a Nexus 5x) is the North American model, meaning I rarely get LTE coverage elsewhere in the world. Personally I've never found that to be a problem — 3G speeds are fast enough for me, and LTE burns through my data allowance and battery much faster, to the point where I usually turn it off even if it is available! If getting LTE speeds in as many places as possible is especially important to you, though, you may need to spend the extra money for a Samsung, Apple, or other phone with greater band support than the 3T.

The most important aspect of any phone is, of course, the screen and the Honor 6x is equipped with a 5.5 inches LTPS IPS LCD display, with 16 millions colours, a resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels and a pixel density of 403 ppi. I'm not really sure what type of glass protection Huwaei used, but it's certainly not Corning Gorilla Glass and it scratches way easier than a phone with the aforementioned type of protection, so, to keep your phone safe, you should use a screen protector.

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