'Rubbish battery life.'
'A new entry to the budget smartphone category that could scare rivals'
'The screen is a 4-inch 480x800-pixel panel which really isn't very bright and has poor viewing angles.'
'New 28nm Snapdragon 200 chip is fast for its class'
'Small and convenient, but there's better budget options'
'You need to get around the 300ppi mark to get really good sharpness, and the Moto E does better the Xperia E1 despite its larger screen with 256ppi.'
'Does Sony's Budget Android Offering Have The Chops?'
'$300 price tag its wallet-friendly for an unlocked phone'
'Largest display in a Nokia Lumia phone so far'
'Good value, Decent performance'
'4G smartphone on a budget'
'Despite its commendable build, the Nokia X feels a little bit too much like a toy'
'Microsoft tries to own all the Google juice'
'This isn't the Nokia Android phone you were looking for'
'What happens when Nokia makes an Android phone?'
'Has a great price, runs Android 4.2.2'
'Very slim and compact handset for the screen size'
'4G and microSD support, Large, bright screen'
'Large screen effective for multi-tasking'
'Bad. Gesture interface is problematic.'
'The best and the brightest of the new X family.'
'Good picture quality'
'Supports 4G, MicroSD card support, Clean user interface'
'Inconsistent performance, Unimaginative design'
'Low price, 4G connectivity, microSD card slot, runs Android 4.2'
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