Now matter how much it costs I need at least three things out of an Android phone.
A decent screen, access to Google's Android goodies and a camera that can take decent Some shots.
The budget [UNKNOWN] on our 5x does all this and more besides, it also throws in a metal frame ,and a fingerprint scanner on the back.
And there are a few interesting things you can do with this custom take on Android.
Best yet, it costs much less than the Huawei GX8, which has almost all the same parts.
I'm not sure why Huawei did that.
Of course, battery life storage space and processing speeds are important, too.
And the [UNKNOWN] can handle some like the mid-range phone it is.
It's got a few minor warts, but they're easy to look past from the phone's low price.