The Redmi Note 5 ticks all the right boxes, but for the very first time in years, Xiaomi has competition breathing down its neck.
With a 24 MP selfie camera, an 18:9 display and a brand-new Qualcomm SD 450 chipset, the phone is far from average and is targeting a specific audience.
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The company’s latest flagship, the HTC U11, is now out and I’m happy to say, is competing with this year’s flagships on a level playing field.
The Huawei Honor 8 pro is a capable challenger that packs in similar if not better hardware than the OnePlus 5.
The Samsung Galaxy A5 falls in the budget flagship segment and comes with a nice assortment of features that help it stand apart.
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The price tag of Rs 26,999, places the device in the mid-range segment. Read on our review, to know if the price is justified.