The cheapest 4G smartphone in Australia reviewed
Underpowered and Overshadowed
'HTC Desire 526G+ is a good phone and does most of the regular tasks without a hitch. '
'The camera cannot capture good quality video despite the 1080p resolution. '
'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
'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.'
'Thanks to the arched nature of the phone, it ergonically contours in our hand to provide a natural grip.
'The build quality is close to top notch and it really does feel like a smaller One M8, although I did find the nanoSIM tray on the left of the device didn't sit completely flush with the case.'
'The HTC One Mini 2 is a nice phone, but at launch it's a little expensive. '
'A year or so ago, the Intex Aqua Speed HD might have been a good phone to buy at this price level. '
'The sound quality in calls is alright at best and we also faced a few call drops. '
'Such a sharp screen makes small text easily readable in the browser.'
'Similar to the Moto X, the phone sports a curved back for a comfy grip, along with sturdy Corning Gorilla glass and a splashproof body. '
'Considering that Gionee generally makes good displays we think the company has missed a trick here. '
'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. '
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