I will recommend you Oppo Find X. It bears a 6.42-inch AMOLED full HD+ display which carries an aspect ratio of 19.5:9. It has a pixel density of 401 PPI which is a result of a whopping screen resolution of 1,080 x 2,340 pixels. Under the hood, it is equipped with two Kryo 385 processor as a 2.8GHz octa-core and a 1.8GHz quad-core. It gets its required power from a 3,730mAh Li-ion battery which does not provide enough amount of backup. Overall, if you are looking for a quality smartphone in this price range, go for the Oppo Find X.
I will recommend you OnePlus 6 128GB. It is a stunning smartphone with a big 6.28-inch screen built on an aspect ratio of 19:9. Under the hood is an octa-core Kryo 385 processor works at a good clock speed of 2.5-GHz and is laid on a chipset of Qualcomm Snapdragon 845. You can play extremely high-end games and indulge in multi-tasking with the help of a GPU of Adreno 630 from Qualcomm and a massive 8GB RAM. It is fed with all the energy by a 3,300mAh Li-polymer battery which can be charged up super quickly. The smartphone excels in every department, be it the camera, display or the configuration.
To hide or protect your apps I would suggest you use App Lock. Heres how.
: Download App Lock from the Google Play Store. When you first start the app, you will be prompted to set up an unlock pattern after which you need to provide an email ID for security and backup purposes.
: You will then be taken to the main screen of the app. Under the Privacy tab, scroll down to find a list of applications that you can lock. Tap on the app name that you want to lock. The first time you lock an app, you will be prompted to grant App Lock Usage data access.
: Press the back button to go back to the main menu of App Lock. Now, you can lock any app that you want by simply tapping on the lock icon near its name. At this point, if you try and open any locked application, App Lock will prompt you to enter the unlock pattern that you first created. To make the app use the fingerprint scanner for verification purposes, head over to the Protect tab and enable the Fingerprint lock option.
Now, whenever you open a locked application, you can either unlock it by simply verifying your fingerprint or by entering the unlock pattern. The fingerprints that you have registered for unlocking your device are the ones that will also work with App Lock.
Here is the video guide to do the same
You can check the complete specs of this phone: Vivo NEX S
To save data on your Android phone Follow the steps below:
1. Turn on Data Compression on Google Chrome
Google states this option should save you about 50% in data. All without you even feeling a difference. In fact, you may feel some changes to browsing will get faster!
You just need to open Chrome, tap on the 3-dot menu button and select Settings. Click on Data Saver and then toggle the option in the top-right corner. You are done!
You can check this link for more information on data compression : Data Compression (https://developer.chrome.com/multidevice/data-compression).
2. Download Opera Max
If you want a complete system data compression then Opera Max is the best app.
It is also possible to micro manage consumption by blocking specific apps from accessing data through mobile access (or WiFi, though I dont see the point in that). as it shows the detailed data comsumption of the apps.
Download Opera Max from Google Play store link https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.opera.max.global&hl=en
You can also watch this video for detailed information on Opera Max https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sro-vMGMWgw
3. Update apps using Wi-Fi only
Android apps receive updated on a regular basis and that is the main reason of our data consumption so make sure you turn of th e feature to update the apps on WIFI only.
To activate this option follow the steps below:
a. Open Google Play Store
b. Then Tap on the 3 bar on the top left corner.
c. Tap on "Settings".
d. Select Auto update apps option
e. Hit "Auto update over Wifi only" as shown in the Image below
4. Restrict Background data usages
a. Go to "Setting".
b. Then Tap " Data Usages"
c. Tap on the vertical dots on the top right corner.
d. Click on Restrict Background data usages as show in the image below.
e. Confirm it and you are done.
You can also check more information about Vivo NEX S from the link: Vivo NEX S