'Hard-to-beat $130 pricing for this unlocked model'
'A dinky dialler that's got a lot to shout about'
'snappy budget phone'
'Great value. Class-leading screen'
' £89 budget smartphone sets new bar'
' Motorola's $129 Moto E is a durable and customizable Android phone at a fraction of the cost of leading handsets, but it's missing some features. '
'Motorola's Moto E is one of the best sub-£100 Android phones, offering a fun, fast KitKat experience, but the Moto G is better value. '
'A nail in the coffin of feature phones'
'Moto E is $130, and for that price you get a phone that works. But it won’t be a phone that you love. Buy a $180 Moto G instead.'
'Makes plenty of compromises, but performs where it counts; the Moto E is another winner from Motorola'
'Despite its commendable build, the Nokia X feels a little bit too much like a toy'
'Microsoft tries to own all the Google juice'
'An entry-level smartphone, based on AOSP, without Google services and a limited selection of apps.'
' Nokia does budget Android smartphones'
'This isn't the Nokia Android phone you were looking for'
' What happens when Nokia makes an Android phone?'
'Good all-around value for the money'
'Cheap, compact, capable Windows Phone device'
'Super cheap, Large, expansive screen'
'Delivers on budget but looks classy'
'Least expensive handset in the Lumia line-up'
'Mostly good components and construction'
'Excellent value for money, Great build quality and design'
'Build, design, price'
'Great design, Excellent feature set, Affordable'
'A better camera and more software features than you might expect for its price tag'
'High build quality, Great price-to-performance ratio'
'User friendly Quick Mode, Dual SIM capabilities'
'Good battery life, Dual SIM, Storage can be extended'
'Good camera, Vibrant Display, Ergonomic build'
'It's a looker - compact and stylish'
'We can't see why you'd choose the Xperia M over its rivals'
'Offers a relatively big and sharp screen'
'Stylish design, Good battery life, Decent speaker quality'
' cheap Android phone is okay, but there are better budget phones'
'Looks like a mini version of the Sony Xperia Z1, but it certainly doesn’t perform like it'
'Quality build, Available in four colors '
'Large, pretty screen, Snappy performance'
'Clear call quality, a decent 5-megapixel shooter'
'Exceptional call quality, Good fit and finish'
'Inexpensive given its feature set, Excellent battery life'
'Large and bright screen, Affordable, Lightweight and comfortable design'
'Calls routed to the speakerphone were scratchy and prone to distortion'
'Sturdy build, DLNA streaming and NFC'
'Core IPS tech is decent enough'
'Cheap, solid, works as you'd hope and expect'
'Large IPS display, Good camera performance'
'Unpleasant, bloated Huawei software'
'Apps generally run well, excellent battery life'
'Good performance, Low temperature, Decent battery runtime '
'A bargain handset that is full of features, but not that smart'
'The Nokia Asha 503 brings a more robust 5MP camera (be it fixed-focus) and 3G to a package we already liked, and that's what we can safely call a good start.'
'Display look smaller than it actually is'
'Good performance, Low temperatures, Enhanced sound via DTS'
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