Analyzing the Indian smartphone buyer sentiments clearly reveal that the country is inclined towards investing in budget pieces under INR 9000 as of now. Thus, the wide array on offer in this range from Huawei could see much success as will the upcoming releases from Lenovo and Yu. Here’s a lance out among Huawei’s Honor 4C, Yu’s Yureka and Lenovo’s A7000.
In terms of design and physicality, all the three are average and have a sturdy structure. The typical back, SD slot and the easy SIM card access are features that budget smartphones always weigh on. It is no different here. Just one dumper that Honor 4C has up its sleeve is that it has a non-removable battery.
However, it more than makes up with great back panel make and easy grip. The resolutions of 1280×720 pixels is common to all three wares but the Honor 4C comes with 5 inches on-screen size while Lenovo and Yureka are 5.5 incher phones.
The processor on all three smartphones here are of Octa-Core make but we are most impressed with 1.5GHz MediaTek MT6752m on A7000 followed by Snapdragon 615 MSM8939 on the Yu Yureka while the and 1.2GHz HiSillicon Kirin 620 SoC on the Honor 4C is hardly at par.