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Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus SM-G955F 64GB
4.3
(57)
£221.99
a year ago*
No cell phone I have had for as long and the reason is that I have not had a reason to upgrade. It is still responsive and the screen size is perfect. The sound could have been stereo and I guess burns but it doesn't remove a star.
*Edited a year
Google Nexus 4 E960 16GB
4.4
(118)
8 years ago*
For what you get for the money raises rating one notch from being very good to excellent. This mobile is truly future-proof for two reasons: 1) Snapdragon S4 Pro is one of the fastest systems on chip smart phone market at this moment. 2) It is a Nexus model, which means that Google provides with direct Android updates in the original design without any "middle men". + Prize. + Rapidity. We're talking iPhone floating here. + Build quality. It is awesome looking with curved edges and back of the glass! + Sharp screen. + / - Call quality has been good, but I can occasionally hear some kind of static noise. Not really disturbing. + / - The camera is just ok. It does, however, inform the lighting conditions serviceable pictures. - Betrakningsvinkeln might be better. There is discoloration at certain positions. - The backlight bleed a little light at the top of the screen. - The speaker is on the back so that noise is reduced considerably if you put it on eg something soft. Stupid design flaw. - 16 GB fills up fast ...
*Edited 8 years
HTC One X 32GB
3.9
(132)
£394.98
8 years ago*
I have never in my life had more hardware problems with mobile and DOA: t more than this. Sure - it has good camera, big screen, is stylish and Sense is nice, but it does not matter when every single one I had was a måndagsex who are either suffering from dead pixels, light leakage, "waves" and cracked more than a loft in a wooden house built in the 1920s!
*Edited 8 years
Sony Ericsson MW600
3.8
(175)
8 years ago*
This is my second MW600 and I like it. + Inexpensive. + Small in size. + Provides releases the correct fine sound. + No problems pairing with mobiles. Good bluetooth headset, for sure, but ... - The clip is not the best. - SE symbol goes off so easy. - No keylock. - I had wanted to see soundtrack, time and name of the caller on the screen. I've pulled off a star due to some above-mentioned disadvantages have become more disruptive.
*Edited 8 years
Nintendo Wii
4.2
(680)
£220.05
8 years ago*
It lifts the rating to an eight is Nintendo's own titles and as someone mentioned earlier, a few third-party games for a console is nothing without its games. TLoZ: Skyward Sword, Super Mario Galaxy 1 and 2 are among the best games this generation and Zelda is actually probably the only game for the Wii (sadly) that I felt that the motion control really puts what I had wanted to be involved from day one - well integrated and so close to the implementation of the 1:1 motion tracking as you can get.
*Edited 8 years
ZTE Blade
4.2
(191)
10 years ago*
Very good phone for the money. It has similar specs as the slightly more expensive Androidmodeller. The most negative thing is that others posted on lousy camera, battery life and then maybe the CPU is not the sharpest but OK considering the price. The physical buttons do their job but had almost have preferred that they were touch-sensitive instead. As rootad is even more affordable.
*Edited 9 years
Sony Ericsson W890i
3.3
(92)
10 years ago*
Pretty good when the cell phone worked and stylish it was, otherwise the part wrong as it was too hot, hung himself and poor reception. Said problem persisted even when I had received a replacement model with updated software.
*Edited 9 years