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'The Motorola Moto X Force is a quietly impressive smartphone that handles its high-end business with restrained aplomb, before knocking you out with a single killer hook. '
'We're happy to say that Motorola has put its money where its mouth is with this one.'
'It’s a very well rounded, highly capable flagship phone with exemplary battery life, a pin-sharp QHD display, and a highly capable camera - yet it can also survive being dropped onto the pavement. '
'If you’re a clumsy person, this could be the phone for you.'
'It's a gorgeous phone with some of the finest hardware available right now, but its key feature is relatively useless, and still somewhat experimental. . '
'For my money, it’s the best Android phone on the market right now: the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+. '
'It's without a doubt a very capable and beautiful smartphone, perhaps one of the prettiest smartphones ever produced. '
'Edge functionality is limited.'
'The end result is a smartphone that looks practical, like a sports shoe or a torch.'
'The Moto X Play is another solid, good looking phone from the Motorola's stables. '
'Add a splash-proof body that protects the internals from all kinds of spilled drinks, and the option to wildly customise the colours of the phone to suit your exacting tastes and you've got yourself one hell of a smartphone.'
'The Moto X Play is the balancing act between the Moto G and Moto X Style with a tendency to aim high instead of settle for less.'
'The Honor 5X is a sensible mid-range smartphone that checks all the right boxes. '
'The Honor 5X comes with some impressive hardware, for a sub-£200 device. '
'The metal design is appreciable, but there’s a ‘cheapness’ to its feel.'
'beefy 3,000mAh battery'
'The Redmi Note 3 is a thoughtfully targeted device with a premium metal build, flagship-grade specs, and an iconic MIUI launcher. '
'The screen is bright and with realistic colours and great viewing angles, making the Note 3 an ideal mobile device on which to enjoy video.'
'The interface is fluid with barely any noticeable stutter when multitasking.'
'The LG G4 is the follow-up to 2014’s TrustedReviews Phone of the Year, the LG G3 and as such has a great deal to live up to.'
'The LG G4 isn’t just a decent update to an already very good phone, it is now vastly improved with vastly superior imaging capabilities, improved battery performance and a beautifully refined display, which illustrates profoundly just why QHD, power hog that it is, is very much here to stay in flagship Android handsets. '
'From the pared-down user interface to the tight integration with Google to the strong camera performance, the G4 is a great phone... not to mention a very logical step forward from last year's G3. '
'The LG G4 improves on the three best features of its predecessor: design, screen, the camera - and does so decisively.'