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Archos 50b, 50c Oxygen Are Budget Quad, Octa-core Smartphones – Android Community

29 best Android phones of 2014 | Best Android smartphone reviews – PC Advisor

Best Android smartphones 2014 UK

Lets take a look at what they have to offer. The spec sheet reveals that both variants the 50b quad-core and the 50c octa-core will be running MediaTek chipsets, pretty famous in the budget smartphone market. The 50c will be sporting the MT6592, developed MediaTek in the latter part of 2013 as the first true octa-core mobile processor . This chipset will be turning 8 Cortex A7 cores running at 1.7Ghz, which is pretty awesome considering the USD$300 price range. The 50b priced at around USD$220 will be using MediaTeks MT6582 chipset, which is a quad-core processor running at 1.3Ghz per core.
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Best Android phone – which should you buy? | News | TechRadar

Motorola Moto G

take a look at the price tag and you’ll be astounded by how little the Motorola Moto G will set you back – 130 SIM-free, or 100 on PAYG, it’s a steal. It’s not all good news, there’s no microSD slot, NFC or removable battery, but these are relatively minor points which can be easily overlooked thanks to the low price. Quick verdict If you’re looking for the best budget smartphone on the market then look no further, for the Android 4.4 toting Moto G gives you more than enough bang for your buck. See the best Moto G deals 8. HTC One Before you all bust a spleen about the HTC One’s mighty tumble from top spot hear us out. Unless you’re desperate to pay slightly less per month, the new HTC One M8 does everything the One does – just a whole lot better.
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However, a lot are somewhat unnecessary. The heart rate monitor is a prime example and while the fingerprint scanner is cool, it’s difficult to use. There is some top end hardware here, particularly the screen, but nothing which stands out in a busy and competitive market. A key element is that the design of the Galaxy S5 falls short. It’s plastic, looks like every other Samsung handset and doesn’t feel premium. Galaxy S4 users needn’t upgrade and anyone looking for a flagship smartphone can get better elsewhere.
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