TOP 10 Best Chinese Smartphone 2016

TOP 10 Best Chinese Smartphone 2016

Chinese companies have learned to make smartphones that compete with flagship A-brands. We choose TOP 10 best Chinese smartphones.

Lenovo Vibe X3

TOP 10 Best Chinese Smartphone 2016

Beautiful smartphone based on six-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 808. The main camera Lenovo Vibe X3 has a resolution 21 MP, two-tone flash for the normalization of the white balance. In addition, this smartphone is equipped with large speaker (almost like HTC One M9), so play and watch videos can be a maximum immersion process.

Huawei P9

TOP 10 Best Chinese Smartphone 2016

The main “trick” of new Huawei flagship is dual camera, which was made by the legendary German brand Leica. Two lenses and two matrix with resolution of 12 megapixels allow the smartphone to compete with DSLRs due to the expansion of the dynamic range. You can shoot not only excellent landscapes and portraits, and even macro!

Huawei Nexus 6P

TOP 10 Best Chinese Smartphone 2016

The Chinese company produces smartphones for technology giant Google, and it’s bid for success. Nexus 6P received an eight-core processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 810, 3 GB of RAM, a good battery (capacity – 3450 mAh, enough to work for a whole day).

Honor 5X

TOP 10 Best Chinese Smartphone 2016

Very stylish smartphone with support LTE for both SIM-cards – an interesting solution. The screen has a margin of brightness that you can comfortably read the small text under direct sunlight. Hardware is not a top, but for most applications is enough – an eight-core Snapdragon 615 plus 2GB of RAM. A fingerprint reader allows you to use additional functions – for example, take selfie, call the notifications panel and answer the incoming call.

Meizu M3 Note

TOP 10 Best Chinese Smartphone 2016

The design of the new Meizu smartphone has been revised. The main part is made of metal, and top and bottom – made of plastic, which is very well disguised under the metal. 5.5-inch screen has a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels. Performance is good, there is a quick fingerprint reader, interesting camera and battery capacity of 4100 mAh. Not bad!

Xiaomi Redmi 3

TOP 10 Best Chinese Smartphone 2016

Compact flagship with a huge (4100 mAh) battery. Inside the metal body is an eight-core processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 616 (not a top, but fast), 2GB of memory, 13-megapixel camera with autofocus and selfie camera for 5MP. For its price – more than you might expect.

Xiaomi Mi5

TOP 10 Best Chinese Smartphone 2016

The long-awaited flagship smartphone was released in February 2016 and immediately attracted attention. The most powerful processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, camera with optical image stabilization, fingerprint reader and support for fast charging technology – these are just a few advantages of the smartphone.

Elephone P9000

TOP 10 Best Chinese Smartphone 2016

Firstly, this smartphone looks much more expensive than necessary. Second, the specifications are quite serious – eight cores MediaTek Helio P10 and 4GB of RAM. The screen is also pleased: diagonal – 5.5 inches, resolution – 2560×1440 pixels. Add to this cameras with resolution of 13 megapixels and 8 megapixels, as well as fresh Android 6.0 on board – and we get a very competitive gadget.

Oukitel K10000

TOP 10 Best Chinese Smartphone 2016

Smartphone with a record capacity of the battery – 10000 mAh. The rest of the features are not the most powerful. Verdict: unusual, but for an amateur.

Jinga Basco M500

TOP 10 Best Chinese Smartphone 2016

Stylish smartphone at an incredibly low price. The screen with a diagonal of 5 inches has a resolution of 1280×720 pixels. It is produced by OGS technology, so viewing angles are very wide, and IPS-matrix provides brilliant colors. 1GB RAM is not enough, but the price is very low smartphone to complain. The processor is 4-core MediaTek MTK6580. Standard applications do not slow down, but rather “heavy” games will not play. In general, more than a decent budget smartphone from the category of “every day”.

TOP 10 Best Chinese Smartphone 2016 updated: April 19, 2016 author: John Cross