So we’ve updated our review with the new phone software, and fortunately things are lots better currently. The battery is improved, the camera a little additional stable, and also the low price remains in place.
You already grasp we tend to like Android 4.4, the clever implementation and also the £299 tag. We tend to love the high power CPU, the standard screen; even the rubberised outer shell.
You can get the LG G2 for around the same price currently although, which offers a so much superior camera, higher battery life and an enormous slew of additional options – it very depends if you are a fan of the stripped-down experience.
We’re glad to put this smartphone in a higher place within the rankings, as it’s one amongst the most affordable out there in terms of bang for buck.
It’s a nice phone that hits the marks well – it lacks one thing in terms of innovation, however that is not a tangle for those who need to be able to run all manner of apps and games at an decent worth. It does not are available at constant worth price as previous Nexii, however it’s still jolly low cost.