The X4 will cover your basic smartphone needs, but little else.
It can be tough for a newcomer to make a name for itself in the U.S. smartphone market.
After all, we’re talking about a market in which devices from two companies—Samsung and Apple—make up the bulk of all smartphones sold, with companies like LG and HTC fighting for whatever’s left. So, if you’re a newcomer like Nuu, you have to stand out.
At first glance, the Nuu X4 is nothing special. It looks like any other budget Android phone and it isn’t especially powerful. Its feature set doesn’t offer anything particularly innovative, either, but at this price ($170 on Amazon), the X4 is one of the more affordable Android devices you’ll find. Should that rock-bottom price sway you, though? If decent performance and battery life matter much to you, the answer is a solid no.
Solid as a (plastic) rock
I typically don’t expect much in terms of build quality when it comes to low-end devices. And while the X4’s build quality and design isn’t spectacular, it gets the job done. The X4, which measures 5.6 inches tall, 2.8 inches wide, and .31 inches thick, is a little bulky by current standards, but its tapered edges make the phone appear more streamlined than it is. This design detail also makes the X4 feel better in the hand than other phones in its price range.
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