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  • Screen7.6
  • Performance8.8
  • Camera9.3
  • Connectivity9.8
  • Battery8.0
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Design & Materials

Is it a drop-resistant and scratch-resistant smartphone?

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Do you think it's a nice phone?

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Is it comfortable?

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Can you see it well in the sunlight?

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Performance & Hardware

Does it have good sound?

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Does it work smoothly in everyday use?

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What's your experience been with demanding games?

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Quality of daytime photos

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Quality of nighttime photos

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Quality of selfies

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Does it have a powerful flash?

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Does it have good coverage for calls?

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Quality of the GPS

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And the WiFi?

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User Reviews

  • Great mid-ranger if a great camera, NFC and Galileo are must-haves for you

    Overall great phone.

    Much sturdier than it feels (plastic back was a good idea, dropped it at least 8 times with no scratches), no complaint whatsoever except for the lowest brightness setting still being too high for bedtime. Nothing you can't deal with if you use dark mode in apps and maybe a night filter.

    Granted, when I bought this phone six months ago there were much cheaper phones with better SoCs (as in 50-100EUR cheaper) like the Redmi Note 6 or Samsung A7. You can't beat X2's camera quality and inclusion of Android One, NFC, Galileo, Type-C and aptX though. So many goodies that are more important than you might think if you've never had them.

    If it looks good to you go for it. Keep in mind, though, that BQ has been bought out by Vsmart, something which might make the prospect of long-term support (after May 2020 when guaranteed updates end) quite uncertain.

    • 8.3
    • Screen6.2
    • Performance8.3
    • Camera9.0
    • Connectivity10
    • Battery9.0
  • Auto
    Good terminal at a reasonable price, with android one.

    I've been on the phone for a month now and I'm very happy. Does not ruffle or with powerful games (such as 9 asphalt) and the camera is great, it has even for slow and fast camera. The design has nothing to envy to modern-day phones: it has a curved screen and occupies almost the entire front, and with the black version it looks great. The battery does not last long, since like all phones today is 3000 ~ Mah. But it has a faithful ally: Fast charging. It's super good, and in an hour you have full mobile starting at 20% and in 30min 80%. If you need more battery at times, a powerbank and ready. Also, when more battery saves, it is being blocked. Blocked does not spend hardly, arriving to be blocked and without loading the whole night in an oversight, and only has spent 2%. The loudspeaker is a strong point, it is the best I have heard in terminals of this price, you can upload it to the maximum and it does not distort the sound. Definitely a good phone.

    • Design
    • The camera
    • The performance
    • Updates thanks to android one
    • Wifi 5Ghz and bluetooth 5.0
    • The speaker and the headphone jack
    • The capacity of the battery (although today the battery is the same in almost all mobile phones)
    • Without a case, your phone can slip.
    • 9.5
    • Screen9.0
    • Performance9.3
    • Camera9.5
    • Connectivity9.7
    • Battery7.0

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Ki Price/Quality
  • 6.3 Design & Materials
  • 6.0 Performance & Hardware
  • 7.3 Camera
  • 6.1 Connectivity
  • 4.9 Battery
What is a Ki score?
Ki is an automatic score based on the specifications and prices of devices. It is calculated using over 200 variables to rank smartphones, tablets and other devices from best to worst.
How do we calculate the Ki?

In this case, to determine the score we evaluate 5 general aspects:

  • Design and screen
  • Hardware and performance
  • Camera
  • Connectivity
  • Battery

Once these 5 factors have been rated, we introduce the price variable. This means that any two devices with the same ratings get a different Ki score for quality vs price.

Even a device objectively worse than another may have a higher Ki score if it has a better price.

Does the Ki score change?

The Ki varies as time goes by. As new devices with better specifications enter the market the Ki score of older devices will go down, always being compensated of their decrease in price.