You don't have to spend a FORTUNE to get a great phone - we've rounded up the Top 8 Best Budget Phones for 2017. http://www.trustedreviews.com/best-cheap-mobile-phones_round-up
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These are budget phones? LOL. I've always considered budget phones to be bottom of the barrel, need-to-root-or-custom-rom, and definitively.within $0 to $150 range. Midrange would be the next $150, while top of the line usually comes in at over $400 or $450. Budget phones are like for poor types like myself, they break easier than most phones, and usually break on the first to third drops. I've been homeless before so when we say budget phones you better hope we know what we are talking about......
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Blu just isn’t worth it. Where they give you great “perks” after a couple months your calls will drop, your speakers and mic will fail and you’ll be thrown into a rage in which you never thought possible.
"budget"???? Just shy of $200 is NOT a budget phone. I have a budget phone Alcatel 50540 (Onetouch flint) $49.99, can handle most "cool" launchers, Plays almost any game on the market flawlessly. On the EMU side can play all SNES/NES/GBA etc. perfectly, and MANY PSP games with very little to no noticeable lag. Now THAT'S a budget phone that does a lot. If this phone can handle games, it can definitely handle your day-to-day nonsense AND for under 50 bucks!!
$200!!!! For some people thats HALF their paycheck - I would suggest changing the title to "Modest" phones of 2017 (maybe "affordable" but wouldn't go that far)
I have had very poor luck with budget phones, my carrier is MetroPCS,
I've used the the Samsung prime and zte pro, but very hit or miss with phone call, people can't hear me, need dependable service, any suggestions
'£300 may seem like alot, but if you want a low price iPhone then we recommend this'..*cuts to oneplus 3t* 'if your willing to spend a ''little bit'' more' I thought this was meant to be budget phones ?
i have had to use a Huaweii Nexus 6P for the last two years. worst phone i have ever had to use. So now i have ordered a cheap LG K10 2017 as a replacement. much more sensible than spending loads of a "top range" POS that will have battery failure after a year amongst other issues
As an owner of the Wileyfox Swift 2+, I can personally tell you it's absolutely not worth it. Build quality is average and glossed over with easily scratchable body paint, the finger scanner takes nearly 5 seconds to unlock the phone on the offchance that it actually recognises your fingerprint, and the phone lasted me a good 4 days before it completely stopped working and alerted me that the Android OS it updated to without my permission was corrupted. Contacting Wileyfox was an absolute disaster too, so don't get me started on that. You'd be better off with the LG Q6, Galaxy A and J series or Moto G phones rather than waste a good £220 on a dreadful "smart" phone.
Can some1 gift me free smsrtphone? Im a dialysis patient since i was 15yo, but i cant afford any smartphone due to my expensive dialysis treatment. I really wish to have one smartphone :(
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Why was this video made so early? Because of that it doesn't include the OnePlus5T or my personal budget pick, Moto G5S & G5S Plus. Next time you're doing a best of the year video, you may want to wait until closer to the end of the year so your video will be more useful and relevant.
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