'Extremely affordable, unlocked, and runs Android 4.3 Jelly Bean'
'Color variety, Simplified Android experience'
'Excellent build quality and speed for the price'
'Great value, Decent screen, Slick interface, Android 4.4 incoming'
'Jaw-dropping value, Great screen, Great performance'
'Surprisingly good specification'
'Good performance for price, Clean Android build'
'Crisp 720p display, Near-stock version of Android'
'Compact and lightweight, Interchangeable back panels, Excellent screen'
'Pros: Fantastic price, lovely design.'
'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'
'Good still photos, Cool design, Nice call quality'
'MicroSD support, BlinkFeed, Decent camera'
'Here To Charm'
'Nice, classy design, Bright and clear screen'
'A great mid-range smartphone with impressive specs and performance'
' Burning like fire?'
'Bright display, Sturdy build'
'Attractive design, Affordable price, Decent screen'
'Nice design, Quad-core processor, Competent camera'
'The Desire 500 has a similar front-end to the HTC One (M8) and a good camera, but battery life and performance are both poor'
'New 28nm Snapdragon 200 chip is fast for its class'
'Small and convenient, but there's better budget options'
'well-made affordable smartphone'
'Decent custom interface.'
' Does Sony's Budget Android Offering Have The Chops?'
'Sony's Xperia E1 is an affordable music phone with a dedicated Walkman button, but the speaker is pants and rival budget blowers are better. '
'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 '
'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 '
'Good picture quality'
'It's hard to see it as a very worthy upgrade over the already excellent Galaxy Ace 2'
'Supports 4G, MicroSD card support, Clean user interface'
'Inconsistent performance, Unimaginative design'
'Low price, 4G connectivity, microSD card slot, runs Android 4.2'
'4G connectivity, Expandable storage, Samsung stylings'
'System performance is good enough for all the latest games and apps'
'Good performance, Low temperatures, Enhanced sound via DTS'
'Pretty fast LTE smartphone (or can be)'
'An inexpensive phone on an affordable network, 4G LTE support'
'The best and the brightest of the new X family.'
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