'decent construction and slightly arched casing'
'eye-catchingly low price tag'
'At 12.3mm thick the Moto E is a chunky little mobile, but the smooth curves of the soft touch back are a delight. '
'The look is simple and uncomplicated and we like that.'
'As long as your expectations are in check and you don't plan on any serious camera usage, this is a good phone to buy. '
'Rubbish battery life.'
'The screen is a 4-inch 480x800-pixel panel which really isn't very bright and has poor viewing angles. '
A new entry to the budget smartphone category that could scare rivals
One of the best low-cost smartphones you can buy
'Camera is sub-par, sorely lacking in detail.'
'One other pretty rubbish element of the screen is what it's made of.'
'You need to get around the 300ppi mark to get really good sharpness, and the Moto E does better the Xperia E1 despite its larger screen with 256ppi.'
'It’s not a terrible screen but – you guessed it – the Motorola Moto E offers a much better one. '
'No front-facing camera'
'The ugly UI doesn't help much with the user experience either. '
'Poor performance and responsiveness.'
The best and the brightest of the new X family.
'There's no mistaking the Acer Liquid Z3 for a premium device.'
'The camera, as with the phone’s screen, suffers from poor colour management, weak image definition and sharpness concerns. '
'The display of our test model is quite bright: up toÂ 355 cd/mÂ².'
Good camera, Vibrant Display, Ergonomic build
Large, pretty screen, Snappy performance
It's a looker - compact and stylish
We can't see why you'd choose the Xperia M over its rivals
Stylish design, Good battery life, Decent speaker quality
cheap Android phone is okay, but there are better budget phones
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