'The iPhone SE is a great smartphone that brings plenty of power in a small package. '
'Easy to recommend.'
'It's a mighty mini phone. '
'The iPhone SE is great, but there’s plenty of room for improvement.'
'The sound quality in calls is alright at best and we also faced a few call drops. '
'It's a marriage of simplicity and exemplary detail, resulting in a pretty successful product.'
'The Samsung Galaxy A3 runs on the latest available Android 4.4.4 KitKat enhanced with the TouchWiz UI. '
Premium design in a cheaper phone
'Bad. Sluggish performance.'
'Opening the rear cover is a painful exercise.'
'easy and comfortable viewing'
'I really enjoy holding it for long periods of time and have reverted back to reading books on my phone, something I haven’t done since using my diddy-screened iPhone 4 two years ago.'
'The new look and feel brings with it a crisper and thinner font, a greater use of colour, and a layering system that gives everything added depth. '
'The iPhone 5S fully supports 2G and 3G (DC-HSPA and HSPA+) bands just as before but this time Apple has added in a host of additional 4G bands. '
'The Elife S5.1 is certain to impress at the very first touch.'
'Bad. Amigo UI 2.0 is a mess.'
'Reasonable specs and performance'
a budget smartphone in every sense
The Nokia Asha 503 brings a more robust 5MP camera (be it fixed-focus) and 3G to a package we already liked, and that's what we can safely call a good start.
'Carrier branding and bloatware.'
'the phone is small enough to use with one hand, so this all makes plenty of sense.'
'While the plastic stands up to knocks and scrapes it has a cheap feel to it with a slippery and shiny texture and a tacky tactile sensation.'
Bright, vibrant screen, Decent main camera
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