'Hard-to-beat $130 pricing for this unlocked model'
'A dinky dialler that's got a lot to shout about'
'snappy budget phone'
'Great value. Class-leading screen'
' £89 budget smartphone sets new bar'
' Motorola's $129 Moto E is a durable and customizable Android phone at a fraction of the cost of leading handsets, but it's missing some features. '
'Motorola's Moto E is one of the best sub-£100 Android phones, offering a fun, fast KitKat experience, but the Moto G is better value. '
'A nail in the coffin of feature phones'
'Moto E is $130, and for that price you get a phone that works. But it won’t be a phone that you love. Buy a $180 Moto G instead.'
'Makes plenty of compromises, but performs where it counts; the Moto E is another winner from Motorola'
'A mid-range classic in the making, or a phone at the wrong price point?'
'The Sony Xperia M2 looks a good deal like the Xperia Z2.'
' Mid-range Android smartphone looks good on the outside but is average under the hood'
' M Stands For Middling'
'The Sony Xperia M2 looks like its premium brethren and packs a wallop at under half the cost. A real bargain and a beauty to boot. '
'Sony’s attempt at making its premium technologies available to the masses.'
'A sleek, attractive Sony Android phone'
'A solid plastic build, and a great camera if there's sufficient light'
'Impressively light and portable'
'Comfortable size. Excellent call quality. Long battery life'
'Scaled down S4 design, Bright screen, Excellent camera'
'Bright, vibrant screen, Decent main camera'
'Looks like its bigger brother but fits in the hand better'
'Solid camera with great video recording'
' Small but equally compelling'
'Pros: Fantastic styling, nice size.'
'Compact form factor, Great battery life'
'In this price range you can get many phones that are much better'
'The LG G2's little sibling'
'Reasonably compact phone with the largest display in the segment'
' Mid-ranged G2 offers new colours and software features'
'A watered-down flagship phone that's too expensive for its specs'
'Advanced controls and preset modes are easy to use'
'Good value-for-money for a convergence device'
'10x zoom lens and dedicated camera controls'
'Good battery life, Decent web browsing'
'An excellent camera with 10x zoom'
'Battery life is decent'
'Slow camera, Not available in U.S., Heavy'
'Full smartphone functionality'
' Best camera phone ever?'
'Pros: Responsive camera, physical controls make for ease of camera use.'
'Clear call quality, a decent 5-megapixel shooter'
'Exceptional call quality, Good fit and finish'
'Inexpensive given its feature set, Excellent battery life'
'Large and bright screen, Affordable, Lightweight and comfortable design'
'Calls routed to the speakerphone were scratchy and prone to distortion'
'Snappy performance of the quad-core MediaTek chip at a low price'
'Near-vanilla Android software'
'Inexpensive, Stock Android, Sturdy build'
'Good performance, Good battery life, Decent camera'
'Fast browsing speeds, Loud speakers'
'Cheap, Decent performance, Bold screen'
'IPS technology with excellent viewing angle stability'
'Wireless charging capabilities'
'Excel at battery life, call quality, and data strength'
'Free with contract, Pleasing size'
'Low price, Solid performance'
'You won't get a top-tier display or camera, but it's a good value'
'Long battery life, Fast LTE speeds'
'Manageable size, sharp display, removable battery'
'Extremely responsive with the dual-core processor'
'Powerful processor, Good rear camera'
'High pixel densitiy screen, over 250ppi'
'Good design, 4G connectivity, Excellent value for money'
'LTE module, high contrast, good images'
'Time-tested design, Chart-topping battery life'
'Great bang for your hard-earned buck'
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