'High build quality, Great price-to-performance ratio'
'User friendly Quick Mode, Dual SIM capabilities'
'Good battery life, Dual SIM, Storage can be extended'
'Good camera, Vibrant Display, Ergonomic build'
'One of the cheapest Android phones from a known brand'
'Runs Jelly Bean out of the box'
'Affordable price, Sturdy, portable build'
'Comes with a good set of headphones, Good call quality'
'Free 50GB Dropbox storage (for 2 years)'
'Difficult texting, Low-res screen'
'Expensive for specs on offer'
'Attractive design, Decent camera, Affordable price'
'Good range of Android features, good camera for the price'
'Good quality photos, Above average call quality'
'Excellent build quality'
'Great call quality'
'Good balance between functionality and affordability'
'Feels much like a toy'
'Sits comfortably in the hand'
'Has Muve Music downloads, a removable battery, and an SD card slot'
'Good call quality'
'Excellent mounting bracket'
'Solid construction, Clear display'
'Fantastic screen and a two-day battery life'
'Good build quality'
'Better upper mid-range devices'
'Good screen resolution'
'Dual-core power in a pocket-friendly package'
'Battery life was pretty good overall.'
'Attractive design, a comfortable feel'
'Extremely outdated version of Android, Slow performance'
'A nice, petite design, and a front-facing camera.'
'Ideal combination of form, function, and price'
'Reasonably priced handset with Android 4.0 and a zippy dual-core CPU'
'Terrific value for the money'
'Unnecessary UI overlay for ICS, Redundant bloatware'
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