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'Unbeatable price-to-performance ratio.'
'The aperture is of the G Lens camera is reasonably wide (f/2.0), which should also help the camera achieve good results in low-light conditions, as it lets more light reach the sensor.'
'Improved screen contrast and angles'
'The Xperia Z2 is packed with the latest wireless technology so you'll be sorted with dual-band Wi-Fi up to 11ac, Bluetooth 4.0 with aptX, NFC and 4G LTE are all on-board. '
'fresh new UI'
'We have heard worse speakers, and the Galaxy S5 can handle its own top volume without distorting significantly. '
'the display does look brilliant on a number of levels.'
'the performance is naturally snappy.'
'wide viewing angles'
'All the buttons on the phone are very tactile, so you should have no problems locating them with a gloved hand. '
'Although, the Xshot is not a bad phone, it definitely not worth spending Rs 28,000. '
'UI can be confusing at times, suffers from bad translation.'
'excellent 13-megapixel camera'
'Great battery life.'
'Long battery life.'
'the screen is larger without making the phone bigger.'
'The phone is available in your choice of white or black with faux chrome trim, and I think the visual and textural treatment looks nice.'
'It's a very sharp display, and even tiny text has superb clarity. '
'photos are realistically bright (or dark).'
Oppo Find 7a is among the cheapest flagship smartphones you can get today.
'The Oppo N1 is a bold, yet fun phone with the noble goal of solving the selfie problem. '
'The N1 is a well-made and attractive phone that could sit next to any high-end Android device today. '
'Great HDR camera.'
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