'At just over £80, locked to Virgin Mobile, the ZTE Blade V is clearly pitched towards the very budget conscious, ideal for those that want a cheap smartphone to take to school.'
'Neat-looking metallic rear. '
'For today's standard, the Blade V's screen is pretty small at 4in. '
All the right ingredients
Appealing design, Vivid 4.3 in display
'All said, the display is actually of passable quality and offers an overall proper color reproduction, though there is a barely detectable cyan tint to it and viewing angles are just poor. '
Great bang for your hard-earned buck
Snappy performance of the quad-core MediaTek chip at a low price
Near-vanilla Android software
Good performance, Good battery life, Decent camera
Fast browsing speeds, Loud speakers
Sturdy build, DLNA streaming and NFC
Cheap, solid, works as you'd hope and expect
Large IPS display, Good camera performance
Unpleasant, bloated Huawei software
Solid design, bright vibrant screen
19 hours of 3G talk time
Boasts fantastic specs and some truly clever design tweaks
Full HD screen, Hefty internal memory
Aging hardware, obsolete before long
High screen resolution, Wide viewing angles
Free 50GB Dropbox storage (for 2 years)
Difficult texting, Low-res screen
Expensive for specs on offer
Attractive design, Decent camera, Affordable price
Catchy and ergonomic design
Great social network integration
Expandable storage via microSD slot
Solid performance and features for a reasonable price
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