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'Excellent still image quality'
'This could be the best value phone you’ll see this year. '
'The screen is decent with nice colour reproduction and viewing angles, although unusable at the lower end of the brightness slider.'
'EMUI interface annoyances.'
'Great build quality for price.'
'The pixel density is pretty good as well at 424ppi.'
'The Metallic Powerhouse'
'Being ‘competitively’ priced sometimes warrants inferior qualities, which unfortunately for this, is what’s evident with its display.'
'Noise cancellation worked well, dispensing with moderately loud street noises. '
'Along with its low price, the device has some decent specs and features that make it a respectable mid-tier performer. '
'Bad. Unassuming design.'
'Unsurprisingly, text under icons, on Web pages and in magazines looked crisp and high-resolution photos looked great too. '
'Interface and functionality
Huawei's new Emotion UI is simple, customizable and easy to master, with a pinch of helpful features.'
'Disappointing battery life'
'It is not remotely a match for phones like the Galaxy S5 and HTC One M8 in pure performance, though of course this still makes it a fairly powerful mobile. '
'the price of the Ascend P7 is very reasonable for a flagship smartphone.'
'Having such an outdated OS out of the box is inexcusable for the company with the size and the resources which Huawei has on tap.
'Beautiful 720p display, Slim and light'
'Decent Android smartphone has above average camera'
'Decent style, solid battery life'
'Slim design, Bold screen, Highly customisable interface'
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