The Indian smartphone market has been flooded with mid-range smartphones packing heavy specs like a flagship. It all started with the Xiaomi Mi3, which was launched last year. All the cravenness for this kind of handset took jump when company discontinued the sale of MI3 in India, making a way to other brands come up and fill the hole. At that time, Huawei launched its Honor 6 with an aggressive pricing of INR 20K while it was little more pricey than Mi3; it did succeed in wooing customers. Coming back to the 2015, Huawei has now a new mid-ranger called Honor 4X that packs great specs and still up against Xiaomi device, but this time its Redmi Note 4G. While contenders like Yu Yureka are also in the same league to defend the title of being most affordable and best mid-range phablet. Though, Honor 4X isn’t that affordable, as it is priced at INR 10,499. And in this review we found out if it’s worth the price or not.
After using it for a couple of days, we have changed our initial thoughts about the design of Honor 4X. At first we though, it was not a smart move my company that they price the device little around INR 2K extra than what Xiaomi and Yu are offering on their Redmi Note 4G and Yureka.…
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