How about durability, drop protection , glass type, performance on heavy usage
Hi @linto jose
This phone is strictly not for heavy usage. It will perform good for basic tasks like chatting, video calls, surfing, streaming and playing games on low settings. It will perform better than the old Nokia 3.2 and 4.2 but it cannot compete with SD6XX devices.
About durability, it comes with a polycarbonate body which should be more durable than the phones that come with glass backs, the front glass is a toughened glass but it is not from the makers of Gorilla Glass.
Overall this phone is not a powerhouse but also not too under powered that it won't be able to handle the tasks thrown at it. On paper it looks like a very well balanced smartphone. :)
I hope this helps. 🙂
If you want to see Antutu Benchmark score of Qualcomm Snapdragon 460 then it will give you performance more than or equal to SD636.If you compared it to Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 then it has an advantage like power-efficient 11nm process, better GPU Adreno 610, better AI, ISP and DSP.
1.SD460 Antutu Score
Overall 144801 CPU 56442 GPU 21816
MEM 40048 UX 26495
2.G35 Antutu Score
Overall 107913 CPU 45364 GPU 13290
MEM 28188 UX 21071
3.SD660 Antutu Score(Highest)
Overall 169469 CPU 67201 GPU 36032
MEM 31566 UX 34670
4.SD665 Antutu Score(Highest)
Overall 176870 CPU 70801 GPU 31470
MEM 42083 UX 32516
This phone with this chip will have good performance and energy efficiency. This will be fine for normal activities on a smartphone.
It is made up of metal back not polycarbonate. It's a metal phone
The description clearly defines the back as nano textured plastic. This will not be a metal back.
The performance is okay, though 4 GB of RAM would be really better. Camera is a bit disappointing, but I think in this price range it's okay. But what really in a budget phone should be standard is a compass in 2020. Even some phones under 100 € have this.
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