'Extremely affordable, unlocked, and runs Android 4.3 Jelly Bean'
'Color variety, Simplified Android experience'
'Excellent build quality and speed for the price'
'Great value, Decent screen, Slick interface, Android 4.4 incoming'
'Jaw-dropping value, Great screen, Great performance'
'Surprisingly good specification'
'Good performance for price, Clean Android build'
'Crisp 720p display, Near-stock version of Android'
'Compact and lightweight, Interchangeable back panels, Excellent screen'
'Pros: Fantastic price, lovely design.'
'Same premium design as One M8, but in a more compact package'
'HTC's premium design arrives in a smaller suit'
'Premium feel that is unmatched this side of the Apple/Android divide, though some of the specs don't scream flagship'
'Gorgeous M8-inspired metal design'
'Pros: Design, Sense 6.0 is mature and refined.'
'With the looks of a flagship but a lower price tag, the HTC One Mini 2 may be the choice for tech heads on a budget. '
'This pared-down handset looks like a smaller version of the HTC One M8 and behaves like one, but it’s a different phone entirely'
'Nice enough, but the price is too high for a phone with such middling specifications'
'A gorgeous compact phone that needs to be cheaper'
'Wherefore art thou mini?'
'The best budget Nokia yet'
'We ran our traditional loudspeaker test and the Lumia 630/635 scored a Good mark, so having missed calls or notifications are rather unlikely in all but the loudest environments.
'The Nokia Lumia 630 is a cheery, low cost phone with a better camera than some bargain basement Androids. '
' an affordable Windows Phone 8.1 smartphone'
'Nokia's Lumia 630, an £89 smartphone running Windows Phone 8.1, offers strong value for money and an enjoyable, well-rounded experience. '
'Nokia's latest is affordable, attractive and much more powerful than its price suggests, but is it worth you cash'
'A perfectly passable budget handset, but a poor display robs it of greatness'
'A vibrant, cheap alternative to Android'
'Microsoft's first Windows Phones'
'A mid-range classic in the making, or a phone at the wrong price point?'
'The Sony Xperia M2 looks a good deal like the Xperia Z2.'
' Mid-range Android smartphone looks good on the outside but is average under the hood'
' M Stands For Middling'
'The Sony Xperia M2 looks like its premium brethren and packs a wallop at under half the cost. A real bargain and a beauty to boot. '
'Sony’s attempt at making its premium technologies available to the masses.'
'A sleek, attractive Sony Android phone'
'In this price range you can get many phones that are much better'
'The LG G2's little sibling'
'Reasonably compact phone with the largest display in the segment'
' Mid-ranged G2 offers new colours and software features'
'A watered-down flagship phone that's too expensive for its specs'
'One of the best mid-range smartphones to get at the moment'
'the Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 is a sequel made in heaven'
'Snappy performance of the quad-core MediaTek chip at a low price'
'Near-vanilla Android software'
'Inexpensive, Stock Android, Sturdy build'
'Good performance, Good battery life, Decent camera'
'Fast browsing speeds, Loud speakers'
'Cheap, Decent performance, Bold screen'
'IPS technology with excellent viewing angle stability'
'A bright and uniformly illuminated display'
'Time-tested design, Chart-topping battery life'
'Great bang for your hard-earned buck'
'The Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo has an attractively large screen, which is a definite usability boost despite its relatively low resolution.'
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