'best sub-$200 smartphones'
'The Moto G remains the only phone we've given 10/10 and is still one of the best cheap phones you can buy. '
'Disappointing battery life'
'The Lumia 830 is, mostly, a very good phone, but before you buy you need to make peace with some tricky weaknesses. '
'There is very little the Nokia Lumia 830 got wrong.'
' ZTE. 's Blade S6 is a desirable mid-range Android Lollipop phone with 4G LTE connectivity and some smart features. '
'It’s a pain the Blade S6 doesn’t have 4G support in the U.S. too, because at $250, it’s an extremely competent phone with a highly competitive price tag. '
'This particular hardware setup is quite good, especially for a sub $300 phone.'
'All told, the ZenFone 5 package is rather excellent. '
'Specs-wise, the Asus Zenfone 5 is a pretty interesting phone. '
'Video with the rear-camera was very disappointing, though.'
'Battery is weak.'
'In most respects, this is a perfectly ordinary Android smartphone. '
'Bad. Sluggish performance.'
'Opening the rear cover is a painful exercise.'
'The 2-megapixel front camera is really bad, and images taken with it looked rather soft, dreamy, and devoid of details.'
'Lower screen res than rivals.'
'Night shots are devastatingly noisy, and contrast issues plight shots in even the most ideal of lighting set ups.'
'Mixed battery performance.'
'Bad. Buttons on rear.'
'The bundled earphones are really uncomfortable to use for long periods and don't sound that great either.'
'Oppo N1 mini offers decent build quality and performance, but overpriced at Rs 26,990'
'Poor quality videos.'
'You'll be better off staying in the shade, as the poor brightness can only do so much.'
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