'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. '
'Even the matte white plastic finish feels similarly silky and sturdy.'
'It looks, feels and is big, heavy and pretty thick. '
'The display of the Oppo N3 is completely disappointing and fails to impress.'
'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'
'Large, pretty screen, Snappy performance'
'A bright and uniformly illuminated display'
'Sony has done a good job with Walkman and video apps'
'Impressive camera for price'
'Unimpressive performance, Some software bugs'
'A zippy dual-core processor, and excellent battery life'
'Nice looking display for a mid-ranger'
'Large, sharp display, Great call quality'
'Bright screen, Good proprietary software tools'
'Good call quality'
'Solid build quality'
'Strong call quality'
'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'
'Fast camera with dedicated shutter key'
'Quick capture on camera'
'Shatter-proof and scratch-resistant glass'
'Excellent HD Bravia display'
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