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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).'
'The Nokia Lumia 1520 is just about the biggest and most significant Windows Phone release to date. '
'wide viewing angles'
'The handset is also pretty chunky and will not be to everyone's tastes.'
'Nokia's ClearBlack technology makes the display quite visible when outside, so that's a big plus.'
'Viewing angles are wide and the display has a fast 60Hz refresh rate.'