T he Max packs in a 5000mAh battery gives you over two day’s of use. Addition , which ally, you can use its battery to charge another device via the USB OTG cable included in the box.

Build-wise, this handset is a solid allplastic affair, and its curved back makes it easier to grip and operate. The Max’s display is bright and renders vibrant colours, though it is not as crisp as the Redmi’s Full HD display .

Its rear camera is capable of capturing fair amount of detail in well-lit environs. However, shots taken in dim light appear soft due to heavy noise. Photos taken with the front camera are average and good enough for sharing on the web only . You also get a bunch of creative shooting modes that let you create GIF animations, panoramas, time lapse and slow-motion videos.

On the audio front, the Max delivers clear output to the earphones. A dedicated graphic equalizer tool lets you tweak the final sound to your preferences.

You also get a customized user interface, which does not slow the device down and includes a number of useful features like a onehanded mode, call recording, and colour profiles.This phone suits those folk who need an affordable device for personal entertainment, with a good battery life.

SPECS: 5.5-inch (1280x720px) laminated display | 1.2GHz Snapdragon 410 quad-core processor | 2GB RAM | 16GB storage, microSD, USB OTG | Dual SIM | 13MP (dual LED flash), 5MP cameras | 5000mAh battery PRICE Rs.9,999 RATING 6.510