Are you all set to grab a phone that will let you enjoy high-end features at a pretty affordable price of $150 – $200 (Rs 9000 to Rs 13000)? We have picked up the best mid-rangers for you which are trending these days. Let’s compare these phones and find out which phone fits your needs more.
Winner – Coolpad Note 3
Coolpad Note 3 is the cheapest of all the 4 phones given. You can grab it by shelling out just $140 / Rs 8999. At this price, this device is almost a masterpiece coming with a 5.5 inches HD display, compact design, and a 13MP decent primary camera. It boasts the same SoC as Lenovo K4 Note has, MediaTek 6753 (1.3GHz octacore cpu and Mali T720MP3). 3GB RAM, 3000 mAh battery and 5MP front camera are the other sparkling features of Coolpad Note 3. All these superb features seems so diminished when it comes to its fingerprint reader that it is mounted on its rear. It is fairly fast and you can lock apps with it, too.
Winner – Coolpad Note 3 and Huawei Honor 5X
Coming to software, CoolPad’s Cool UI and Huawei’s EMUI are far better than Le 1S’s eUI and Lenovo’s Vibe UI. Both these custom-Android ROMs offer many cool features and are optimized to work on row RAM and CPU.
On the other hand we have experienced a little lag in Lenovo K4 Note while browsing the phone. eUI (Le 1S) consumes RAM voraciously.
Winner – LeEco Le 1S
In this category, there's no two ways about it that the LeEco Le 1S is the winner. It ships with an extremely powerful 2.2 GHz Helio X10 (MediaTek) CPU clocked at 2.2 GHz. Besides Le 1S is also the cheapest phone- available for only $160/Rs 11000- that possesses a Helio X10 (equivalent to Snapdragon 810) processor.
Winner – Honor 5X / Le 1S
All the 4 phones sport a 13MP primary camera and the image quality is also almost similar. However, Honor 5X performs slightly better than others’. Le 1S wins the race in video recording part as it can record 4K videos and it supports slow motion video recording, too.
Winner – Lenovo K4 Note and LeEco 1S
Lenovo K4 Note and LeEco Le 1S both feature a full HD 5.5 inches large display and thus have an edge over their opponents, each of which have a display with HD resolution.
Below is a comprehensive comparison chart and you can decide which phone suites you best. Let's have a look on this chart.
Lenovo K4 Note
Coolpad Note 3
|OS||Android 5||Android 5.1||Android 5.1||Android 5.1.1|
|SoC||MediaTek Helio X10||MediaTek 6753||MediaTek 6753||Qualcomm MSM8939 Snapdragon 615|
|CPU||2.2GHz octacore||1.3GHz octacore||1.3GHz octacore||octacore (4X1.5 GHz +4X1.2GHz)|
|GPU||PowerVR G6200||Mali-T720MP3||Mali-T720MP3||Adreno 405|
|Display||5.5 inches, FHD, Gorilla glass 3||5.5 inches, FHD, Gorilla Glass 3||5.5 inches, HD, Gorilla Glass 3||5.5 inches, HD, Gorilla Glass 3|
|Primary camera||13MP, Single LED flash||13MP, dual LED flash||13MP, single LED flash||13MP, dual LED flash|
|Primary camera video recording||up to 4K||up to 1080p||up to 1080p||up to 1080p|
|Dual SIM||True dual SIM||True dual SIM||True Dual SIM||True dual SIM|
|Battery||3000 mAh with Quick Charge||3300mAh with Quick Charge||3000mAh||3000mAh with Quick Charge|
|USB Type C port||Yes||No||No||No|
|Fingerprint app lock||No||No||Yes||Yes|
**Red color shows the let-downs and green color stands for advantage over others.
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