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Which phone should i buy?

Hello everyone, if i may trouble you for a minute. So i'm thinking about buying a new phone through the company (I'm getting a discount, but my choices are limited).
I've been reseraching for quite some time and still i am not certain which phone should i buy. I would like to hear your opinion and why should i choose which phone.
Here are the options:
Samsung Galaxy J3 (2016)
Samsung Galaxy J5 (2016)
Huawei P9 Lite
Tesla smartphone 9
Sony Xperia M4 Aqua
ZTE Blade v6

Thanks in advance.

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Did you try the phone compare sites?

While CNET has reviews I was looking as an example at http://www.gsmarena.com/compare.php3?idPhone1=7760&idPhone2=7184&idPhone3=7869 and found that LTE possible speed to nearly double on one versus the other.

While that would not be the decision point for me, it could be for you.

You can compare them all but your post appears to be all about PRICE since you lead with talking about the discount.

Let's say price is the issue. What's the low to high range here?

Also, maybe there is no deal here? I've found folk suckered into a sale when it's not a real deal. The phones were used, or it was all just a scam.

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Re: which phone

Did you read our reviews at https://www.cnet.com/topics/phones/products/ ? Those (and other reviews you found) should give enough information to rank them according to your own criteria (what you find important in a phone, like screen size, camera quality and battery life and many others). Then choose the top one.

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Thanks you for the reviews!

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