'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. '
'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. '
'colours looked natural, we found chromatic aberration in some spots.'
'Good still photos, Cool design, Nice call quality'
'MicroSD support, BlinkFeed, Decent camera'
'Nice, classy design, Bright and clear screen'
'A great mid-range smartphone with impressive specs and performance'
'Impressively lightweight smartphone'
'Crisp, clear screen, Snappy performance'
'Unique two devices in one hybrid'
'Really is a good deal'
'A bright and uniformly illuminated display'
'The loudspeaker proved rather quiet - with the right ringtone you can tease out an average performance, but using it for hands-free speaking and especially for music is a lackluster affair. '
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