'Running a mostly stock Android Lollipop experience. '
'The Axon Pro is surely not the easiest 5.5" smartphone to handle. '
'At just over £80, locked to Virgin Mobile, the ZTE Blade V is clearly pitched towards the very budget conscious, ideal for those that want a cheap smartphone to take to school.'
'Neat-looking metallic rear. '
'For today's standard, the Blade V's screen is pretty small at 4in. '
All the right ingredients
'Bad. Buggy software.'
'It's bad enough that ZTE forces this non-standard Android setup, but it's made worse by the fact that the Home button is marked by a large circle while the other two buttons use identical single red dots.'
'the display could be brighter.'
A sharp camera, and a crisp 1080p screen
Very inexpensive for an unlocked smartphone
Web-based Firefox OS platform easy to create apps for
Extremely economical, Factory unlocked, Well built for the price
Very low price point
Dirt cheap under contract, has 4G LTE
LTE connectivity, runs on Android 4.0
High-res display for this price, Fast performance
Brightness is good but washes out severely under the sun
Cheap, Sturdy, Decent feature set
Stylish design, Display offers good resolution
Simplistic yet fairly stylish design
Amazing price, good screen
Cricket's Groove runs on the dated Android 2.3
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