- Eric M. Zeman , Phone Scoop
This device straddles the border between entry-level and mid-range smartphones thanks to its refined design but outdated specs.
Reviews (6.9/10 Avg. rating)
Phone is pricey considering the experience it delivers
The brand is back, but this phone is full of compromises
First and foremost, this is a budget-friendly phone. It’s better than a cheap $50 Tracfone and will certainly give you a better experience (and will probably work for most than 6 months) but it’s still a little underwhelming, even at its lower price point. For $230 it’s really hard to recommend against some other very decently priced phones, but for $180 that decision is much tougher. You’re getting a lot of bang for your buck there, but you have to live with tons of Amazon ads in your face, all the time. That’s not my cup of tea, but if you’re on a... Full review
Affordable Android with strength in design
An unremarkable smartphone
Premium affordability from an iconic name
Beauty on a budget
Budget phone, budget experience
Back in black
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