- Damien McFerran , Know Your Mobile
The Blade L2 offers an impressive spec sheet for under £100, but there are just too many negatives to justify a purchase, even if your budget is very modest
- Marie Brewis , Tech Advisor
This is a very cheap smartphone, so bear in mind that everything that goes up must also come down.
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Slow processor, sluggish camera, screen is unresponsive
While other low-cost Android phones have surprised us by offering accomplished packages for not much outlay, the Blade L2 has all the trappings of a device produced on a shoestring. It's thin and looks nice enough, but the screen often fails to register input, the internal memory is limited, the OS is outdated and the camera - despite offering some cool shooting modes - produces lackluster photos and is slow to activate. Obviously when you don't have much cash to spend you can't expect to get the very best Android has to offer, but there are much better budget options out there than this.Full review
An affordable 5 inch quad-core Android smartphone
A super-budget quad-core smartphone with a large 5in screen
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