Huawei Ascend XT2 is an entry-level phone with some good features which makes it a worthy device. As here we are going to review its specifications value with our expert team.
Huawei Ascend XT2 Key Features:
- Display Size: 5.5 inch HD
- Camera: 12 + 8MP
- RAM: 2GB RAM
- CPU: 1.4GHz Octa-Core
- Battery: 4000mAh Li-Polymer
- Dimension: 153 x 77 x 8 mm
Below we have provided some of features which needs to understand before buying it.
1.Display – Huawei Ascend XT2 features 5.5-inch HD display which is quite lower as compare to price, because no a days HD+ resolution is available with this price range. There is no more protection on it. So it is not a worthy deal if you don’t want to compromise in terms of display.
2.Build Quality – It is made with metal body which makes it durable in terms of rough use as compare to other phones made with plastic body. So with $89 price tag it is going to be nice device with metal body.
3.Camera – Ascend XT 2 sports 12MP rear camera sensor with LED flash and f/2.2 aperture. It also sports 8MP front camera sensor for clicking beautiful selfies.
4.Performance – The phone is featured with mid range SoC from Qualcomm named Snapdragon 435 which is cloccked at 1.4GHz cortex A53 Octa-Core processor which is not out dated yet. Performance of the phone depends upon its SoC which is also called as heart of any device, and its processor core which is beautifully coupled with each other in this device which provide user a smooth experience.
5.Battery – Huawei Ascend XT2 packs 4000mAh battery back up which is very impressive at this price tag. It will last almost a full day with normal use. Unfortunately we don’t get fast charging feature as the price is under $100 then we should not expect much.
Overall Huawei Ascend XT2 will give you a smooth performance which will last for a day or more. So if you want to buy this phone then it will be a good choice for you.
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