'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. '
'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. '
'Considering that Gionee generally makes good displays we think the company has missed a trick here. '
'In most respects, this is a perfectly ordinary Android smartphone. '
'The 2-megapixel front camera is really bad, and images taken with it looked rather soft, dreamy, and devoid of details.'
'Bad. Poor battery life.'
'However, it cannot capture good videos, the design is awkward, and the battery life is not too great. '
'While the design is great to look at, the glossy plastic is a fingerprint magnet, and you'll end up with a very smudged rear cover.
'The glossy plastic is a serious fingerprint magnet but the front glass also lacked any oleophobic properties and became a smudgy mess, too. '
'Somewhat sluggish performance'
'The best and the brightest of the new X family.'
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