The best cheap smartphones - reviewed
The bad budget smartphone is dead.
Never again should you put up with pixelly screens, sluggish web speeds and cameras so bad that a built-in Etch-a-Sketch would be preferable, because you can now get an all-round reliable phone for less than £150. Sure, there are still plenty of bad phones out there - but you needn't concern yourself with them any more.
We’ve taken all the cheap smartphones that matter and tested them against each other, with our comparisons and verdicts tidied up neatly into the individual reviews over the next few pages. First up, the clear winner and new benchmark for budget smartphones: the magnificent Moto G 4G.
Moto G 4G | Hisense Sero 5 | Moto G 2014 | EE Kestrel | Moto E | Nokia Lumia 630 | Sony Xperia M2 | Alcatel OneTouch Pop D5 | Microsoft Lumia 535 | HTC Desire 310 | Vodafone Smart 4 Turbo | Microsoft Lumia 435