Review: LG GS505 Sentio
LG's Sentio brings touch power to T-Mobile in an affordable package. It covers the basics, but misses the mark in a few places. It might suffice for younger users, but advanced users will find it limiting.
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The LG Sentio is a middle-of-the-road feature phone for T-Mobile. Similar to the recently-reviewed Vu Plus, it has a touch display and uses the standard user interface developed by LG for touch devices. If you insist on having a touch device, the Sentio does OK, but there are other non-smartphone devices that do better. It's one device that earns its $70 price point.
Review: ZTE Warp Sync for Boost Mobile
This Android phone for Boost Mobile covers the basics in a plain, but usable package. Budget shoppers who prefer pre-paid services might enjoy its stick-to-the-basics approach.
Review: LG Spree for Cricket Wireless
LG's latest low-cost Android smartphone for Cricket Wireless is compact and well made, but it misses the mark in more ways than one. Here is Phonescoop's full review of the LG Spree.
Review: Google Clear Case for Pixel XL
Google's own Clear Case for the Pixel XL lets users focus on the phone rather than a busy design, but it falls short in covering some basics. It's an inexpensive option, to be sure, and yet you can probably find better ways to spend your money.
Review: Motorola Moto G5 Plus
The Moto G5 Plus is a mid-range Android smartphone that covers the basics and then some. It represents the company's most refined and powerful G yet.
Review: OnePlus 3
The OnePlus 3 boasts top-level specs and performance, but is more affordable than you might think. Those interested in exploring the unlocked Android market will find a lot to like in the OnePlus 3.