I do like that for a mid-range phone, it packs features for today's everyday technology (NFC, a fingerprint sensor). Screen size is enough for an average hand grip. Call quality is good, clear. I like that it supports fast charging for quick recharges on the go. The biggest let-downs of the phone are the price, internal phone memory capacity and its weight (quite heavy)... considering the standards most phones out there offer in the same time period. Battery replacement is a hassle if you plan on replacing it by yourself. Speakers are mediocre. The camera is above average in low light conditions, but can still produce blurry images if not steady (close-ups and macro shots). The curved edge build of the screen, while feels nice, makes it difficult to find a proper fitting tempered glass screen protector if you plan on investing in one.
There is no infrared for notification light sensor and remote control. It would have been better to have a flash for the front camera.