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'The Lumia 735, which of course runs Windows Phone, is pitched as the ultimate selfie phone thanks to an ultra-wide, 5-megapixel front-facing camera. '
'The Nokia Lumia 735 is comfy to hold, with colourful, interchangeable cases and a good screen.'
'Granted, it's not a phone that stands out from the crowd but one that looks solid, dependable and by no means cheap.'
'Feels a little sluggish.'
'New, improved Windows Phone 8.1.'
'The screen disappoints next to the best Android phones at the price, but otherwise this is a likeable phone for those on a budget.'
'As a low-end phone, things are quite basic with an LED-less rear camera, a rear-facing mono speaker and a microUSB charging port at the bottom. '
'As we’ve seen on Android phones packing this chip, the handset can cope reasonably well with even fairly flashy games and intensive apps. '
'Raw processor benchmark results were in line with other devices with similar specs, and heavy games like Asphalt 8: Airborne played smoothly. '
'The IPS-based LCD screen is sharp, rich, colourful, responsive, bright... and some other good things we can't quite recall right now.'
'Its one-piece uni-body shell feels nice in the hand with its soft matt finish (some colours of the 1520 have a glossy finish).'
'We don’t say this often but it feels exactly right with ideally weighted balance in the hand and enough heft to feel sturdy while still being light enough to read when comfortably above your face in bed.'
'wide viewing angles'
'Nokia's ClearBlack technology makes the display quite visible when outside, so that's a big plus.'
'The handset is also pretty chunky and will not be to everyone's tastes.'
'Viewing angles are wide and the display has a fast 60Hz refresh rate.'