Haven't heard of Wiko? Well add them to the list if you're looking for budget-range Android phones that don't compromise too much on specs. It has just launched three new phone here, namely the Wiko Robby, Wiko UFeel and the Wiko UFeel Lite.
The Wiko Robby has a 1.3GHz quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM and 16GB flash storage (with microSD support) but most interesting is its 5.5in HD display, flanked with front-facing speakers. Camera-wise, it's nothing fancy. 8MP in back, and 5MP in front. As for battery, it's a decent 2500mAh and will run Android 6.0 Marshmallow and features 3G connectivity.
As for the Feel devices, they're both equipped with fingerprint sensors. The uFeel has a 5in HD display, also with a 1.3GHz quad-core processor, 3GB of RAM and 16GB of storage, with a decent 13MP rear cam and 5MP front cam.
The uFeel Lite is a scaled-down version of the uFeel device, with a lower-clocked processor and only 2GB of RAM, with the same camera setup as the Wiko Robby: 8MP rear, 5MP front. Both uFeel phones have the same battery size as the Robby but also have dual-SIM 4G LTE, as well as Android Marshmallow.
To get the phones, you can get them on 11street so far, with the Robby priced at RM449, the uFeel RM699 and the uFeel Lite, RM569. Also look for the phones at Wiko distributors, with a list of them available here.