'best sub-$200 smartphones'
'The Moto G remains the only phone we've given 10/10 and is still one of the best cheap phones you can buy. '
'colours looked natural, we found chromatic aberration in some spots.'
'Handles 3D games flawlessly, Great call quality'
'Excellent range of connectivity options'
'An impressive mid-range Android smartphone'
'Great build and design, Excellent screen'
'Bad. Gesture interface is problematic.'
'Large, pretty screen, Snappy performance'
'Latest BlackBerry OS (version 10.1), smooth performance'
'Good physical QWERTY keyboard'
'Unparalleled hardware keyboard, Excellent messaging'
'Full physical keyboard, Impressive web speeds'
'high resolution IPS touchscreen'
'Good design, 4G connectivity, Excellent value for money'
'LTE module, high contrast, good images'
'High pixel densitiy screen, over 250ppi'
'A zippy dual-core processor, and excellent battery life'
'Nice looking display for a mid-ranger'
'Large, sharp display, Great call quality'
'Bright screen, Good proprietary software tools'
'Free under contract, has long-lasting battery life'
'Employs some of the new LG Optimus UI enhancements'
'Amazing battery life, Solid build quality'
'Sluggish benchmark performance, Lackluster camera'
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