Honor 5X is a midrange phablet offered by Huawei’s sub-brand, Honor. Priced at RM899, I actually wonder if it is fair to call it a midrange device, given that the price is not high as compared to other midrange devices from other major manufacturers. The longer I used it, the better I understood that this phone is not a typical budget device which comes with a lot of compromises to keep the price down.
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Huawei Honor 5X is the new kid in the budget smartphone market. Honor 5X has a lot of rivals to beat and we really want to know how does it compete against the rest of the pack. So we got ourselves a trial unit. Before we got into the real review, which will be coming up real soon, here’s the unboxing experience and our first thought after some real hands-on time.
Huawei has been doing quite well with its Honor line-up, which is only available for sale online. The Ascend line-up looks pale in comparison as the phones are typically more expensive. However, it seems that Huawei is not going to change that. This year, Huawei is making the flagship phone more premium than ever instead of dropping the price to meet the fierce competition. Meet Huawei P8 and the larger P8max, the 2015 flagship phones from Huawei.