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'It looks great, has class-leading battery life and we love its light, bloatware-free approach to Android.'
'And with the new Moto E, Motorola has crafted one of the most compelling budget smartphones yet. '
'The new Motorola Moto E is proof that a cheap phone can be good, too; you're getting reasonable performance, a sharp display and LTE connectivity for $150, unlocked.'
'competent, affordable smartphone'
'Latest version of Windows Phone.'
'The Windows Phone OS has a smaller app market, the handset's battery is nonremovable, and like the Android M8s before it, photos aren't as sharp as those from its competitors.'
'Premium construction that looks very different from other Windows Phones.'
'Despite this, the Moto E remains an impressive phone that puts rival low-cost smartphones well and truly in the shade. '
'Basically, Motorola still hasn't figured out how to make good cameras for low-end smartphones. '
'Like its predecessor, camera quality disappoints.'
'The surface is very reflective though and the pixel density isn't helping for sharp images.'
'The M8 for Windows is a formidable smartphone that marries HTC's design chops with Microsoft's slick UI to great effect. '
'fantastic, top-notch, and evolutionary design'
'new curvier design'
'With Sense 6.0 the camera app has had a redesign and we like the stylish and minimalist approach.'
'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. '
'The Microsoft Lumia 535 is very cheap, it has a fun design with interchangeable cases, a 5-megapixel front camera and software features found on higher-end Lumias.'
'Sensible, reliable, affordable'