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'The Moto G remains the only phone we've given 10/10 and is still one of the best cheap phones you can buy. '
'Perfect for one-handed typing. '
'Everything's been kicked down a notch from flagship devices.'
'The Alpha's 720p Super AMOLED display is bright and clear at these dimensions.'
'12-megapixel photo sample produces sharp, detailed images.'
'the battery is weaker and the camera struggles more.'
'Low light photographs are quite bad.'
'Sluggish performance at times.'
'Performance isn’t perfect either.'
'the camera is guilty of artificially enhancing the light in some sections where it was really dark.'
'Oppo's R5 is a seriously gorgeous phone. '
'The cheapest 4G smartphone in Australia reviewed'
'Underpowered and Overshadowed'
'The Unite 3 on its own is a decent performer. '
'8 GB of built-in memory, expandable via the newly added microSD card slot.'
'Still the best budget Android smartphone'
'Budget big screen adds 4G, lacks new design thrills'
'A year or so ago, the Intex Aqua Speed HD might have been a good phone to buy at this price level. '
'The camera cannot capture good quality video despite the 1080p resolution. '
'HTC Desire 526G+ is a good phone and does most of the regular tasks without a hitch. '
'Iffy build quality.'
'The 535 isn't about frills: it's a low-cost, functional phone. '
'The low price, combined with a large display, the latest Windows Phone software, quad-core power and a pair of reasonable cameras, should make this a cracking device for those on a budget. '
'Bad. Iffy touchscreen.'
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