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.
'high resolution IPS touchscreen'
Good performance, Low temperatures, Enhanced sound via DTS
Good picture quality
Supports 4G, MicroSD card support, Clean user interface
Inconsistent performance, Unimaginative design
Low price, 4G connectivity, microSD card slot, runs Android 4.2
Sony has done a good job with Walkman and video apps
Impressive camera for price
Unimpressive performance, Some software bugs
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
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
Thin and light for a mid-range device
High-contrast AMOLED screen, Smooth user interface
Has almost all the features of its last flagship Galaxy S III
Jelly Bean out of the box
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
Phone runs on a slow processor
Big and heavy, Poor battery life
Feels like a brick, Very outdated software
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