'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
'There's no mistaking the Acer Liquid Z3 for a premium device.'
'The camera, as with the phone’s screen, suffers from poor colour management, weak image definition and sharpness concerns. '
'The display of our test model is quite bright: up toÂ 355 cd/mÂ².'
Good camera, Vibrant Display, Ergonomic build
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
Heavy, crude design, Weak processor
Chic design, Good workmanship, Bright display
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
Dirt cheap under contract, has 4G LTE
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
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