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    As we know, there are many holidays recently, like the double 11, thanksgiving day, black Friday, Christmas, Diwali and the most awaited New Year 2016, which definitely give you enough reasons to buy the smartphone you were long desiring for yourself. Therefore, my purpose today is to recommend you some of the best phones for this Holiday Season 2015, which includes LeTV 1S, lenovo Zuk Z1, Lenovo Lemo K3 Note, Lenovo a816, Lenovo a616, Lenovo S60-w, Lenovo S856, Oneplus X and Oneplus Two.

    1. LeTV 1S : $218.99
    – 5.5 inch IPS Incell Screen Phone Gold
    – MediaTek Helio X10 (MT6795) Octa Core 2.2GHz
    – 3GB Ram 32GB Rom
    – 13.0MP Main Camera 5.0MP Front Camera
    – Support FDD LTE/TD LTE/fingerprint recognition/Infrared remote control

    The phone is built way above its price so you get a really wonderful looking all glass front, sat on a wonderfully sculptured alloy chassis which finally backs on to a glossy plastic rear.The whole of the front of the phone is a flat panel of glass with a nice smooth finish (not 2.5D) at the very edges to give a comfortable feel and good transition to the alloy chassis. The glass panel is hard-wearing though, and no matter how many times I place the LeTV in the same pocket as my keys it still comes out scratch free. The alloy chassis has dual stereo speakers in the base either side a a USB Type C connector, volume button and mute switch on the left side, power button and dual SIM on the right and 3.5mm headphone jack and IR remote in the top.

    2. Lenovo Promotion

    2.1 Lenovo Zuk Z1 $289.99
    – 5.5 inch 2.5D FHD GFF Screen
    – Qualcomm S801 8974AC Quad Core 2.5GHz
    – 3GB RAM 64GB ROM
    – 13MP Rear Camera 8MP Front Camera
    – Support 4G LTE, OTG, GPS, WIFI, Bluetooth, Multilanguage, etc.


    2.2 Lenovo Lemo K3 Note $149.99 HK Warehouse(faster and safer)
    – MTK6752 64bit Octa Core 1.7GHz
    – 2GB Ram 16G Rom
    – 5.5 Inch 1920 * 1080 FHD IPS Screen
    – 13.0MP Back Camera 5.0MP Front Camera
    – Support 4G LTE, GPS, WIFI, Bluetooth, Play Store, Multilanguage, etc


    2.3 Lenovo a816 $87.59 HK Warehouse
    – Snapdragon MSM8916 Quad Core 1.2GHz
    – 1GB RAM 8GB ROM
    – 5.5 Inch 960 * 540 Pixel QHD IPS Screen
    – 8.0 MP Rear Camera 2.0 MP Front Camera
    – Support 4G, GPS, WIFI, Bluetooth, Multilanguage, etc.


    2.4 Lenovo A616 $72.49
    – MTK6732M Quad Core 1.2GHz
    – 5.5 Inch 854 * 480 Pixel FWVGA IPS Screen
    – 512MB Ram 4GB Rom
    – 5.0MP Back Camera 0.3MP Front Camera
    – Support 4G, WIFI, GPS, Bluetooth, Multilanguage, Play Store, etc
    – 2250mAh Battery


    2.5 Lenovo S60-w $118.99 HK Warehouse
    – Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 Quad Core 1.2GHz
    – 5.0 Inch 1280 * 720 Pixel Capacitive Screen
    – 2GB Ram 8GB Rom
    – 13.0MP Back Camera 5.0MP Front Camera
    – Support 4G,Android 5.1, WIFI, GPS, Bluetooth, Multilanguage,etc
    – 2150mAh battery


    2.6 Lenovo S856 $87.99 HK Warehouse
    – Snapdragon 400 MSM8926 Quad Core 1.2GHz
    – 5.5 Inch 1280 * 720 Pixel HD IPS Screen
    – 1GB Ram 8GB Rom
    – 8.0MP Back Camera 1.6MP Front Camera
    – 8.95mm Ultra Slim
    – Support 4G FDD LTE, WIFI, GPS, Bluetooth, Multilanguage, Play Store, etc
    – 2500mAh Battery


    3. OnePlus X $288.99
    – 5.0 inch FHD Screen 4G Smartphone
    – Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 Quad Core 2.0GHz
    – 3GB Ram 16GB Rom
    – 13.0MP Main Camera 8.0MP Front Camera
    – Support Geo-tagging/touch focus/ face detection/panorama/HDR

    The OnePlus X is probably the first time that OnePlus has really deviated from their design language. OnePlus Two was different from the OnePlus One in a few obvious ways but the basic shape, ergonomics etc remained quite similar. While it did feel like an improvement, people could still probably tell that it was a OnePlus device especially when they touched the sandstone back. The OnePlus X on the other hand feels totally new. The design of the OnePlus X has both glass at the front as well as the back on the Onyx version and a Ceramic back on the Ceramic version. In terms of design and build quality, the OnePlus X easily bests its bigger brother, the OnePlus 2 which is a testament to their craftsmanship. The screen is beautiful too and the phone packs quite a lot of performance into a small form factor.

    4. OnePlus Two $420.99
    – 64bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 Octa Core 2.4GHz
    – 5.5 Inch 1080 * 1920 Pixel HD Screen
    – 4GB Ram 64GB Rom
    – 13.0MP Back Camera 5.0MP Front Camera
    – Support 4G,WIFI, GPS, FM, Bluetooth, Ebook, Email, ect
    – 3300mAh battery

    With its original OnePlus One smartphone this then-tiny Chinese company came from nowhere with the product everyone wanted and no-one could get hold of, fiercely fueling hype over it. This underdog is still relatively unknown to the average man on the street, but all Android enthusiasts have heard of OnePlus, and few will be able to hide their intrigue over the new OnePlus 2. It’s one of the first Android phones to market with a reversible USB Type-C charging port, which will become more common with 2016 flagships as Google builds in USB Type-C support to Android 6.0 Marshmallow, and the supplied cable is also reversible at the Type-A end. Compared to original OnePlus One, the 2 also has a slightly higher-capacity battery, now 3,300mAh in place of the previous 3,100mAh cell, but unfortunately it doesn’t support Qualcomm Quick Charge or wireless charging out of the box. This means it will take two to three hours to charge (over a relatively hard-to-come-by cable) and, for me at least, that could be a deciding factor.

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