'Easy-to-use OS. Great call quality.'
'A small smartphone for a small price'
'TN screen is ugly.'
'£60 smartphone offers decent build and performance, awful screen and storage, poor camera'
'Rubbish battery life.'
'A new entry to the budget smartphone category that could scare rivals'
'The screen is a 4-inch 480x800-pixel panel which really isn't very bright and has poor viewing angles.'
'Sturdy build, DLNA streaming and NFC'
'Cheap, solid, works as you'd hope and expect'
'Large IPS display, Good camera performance'
'Unpleasant, bloated Huawei software'
'A bargain handset that is full of features, but not that smart'
'a budget smartphone in every sense'
'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.'
'Good performance, Low temperatures, Enhanced sound via DTS'
'Comes with a good set of headphones, Good call quality'
'Catchy and ergonomic design'
'Great social network integration'
'Expandable storage via microSD slot'
'Solid performance and features for a reasonable price'
'Elegant and compact design'
'Scaled down design, Android Jelly Bean'
'Android 4.1 with Samsung TouchWiz UI'
'Great build and nice design'
'8-megapixel camera, and full HD video support'
'Stylish, thin and light handset'
'Beautiful design, Fast performance'
'Pure Android 4.0 option, Smooth and fast'
'Free 50GB Dropbox storage (for 2 years)'
'Difficult texting, Low-res screen'
'Expensive for specs on offer'
'Attractive design, Decent camera, Affordable price'
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